Monthly Archive: February 2016

Feb 25

New research output

Rich Penny has a new paper out in Res Publica: – Penny, Richard. 2015. ‘Self-Respect or Self-Delusion? Tomasi and Rawls on the Basic Liberties’, Res Publica Volume 21, Issue 4 , pp 397-411, doi: 10.1007/s11158-015-9300-3.

Feb 25

New research output

David Owen has a couple of new publications out. See: – Owen, D. and Smith, G. (2015), Survey Article: Deliberation, Democracy, and the Systemic Turn. Journal of Political Philosophy, 23: 213–234. doi: 10.1111/jopp.12054. – David Owen: In Loco Civitatis: On the Normative Basis of the Institution of Refugeehood and Responsibilities for Refugees,  in Migration in Political Theory: The Ethics …

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Feb 09

Grant success!

Prof Rod Rhodes, with colleagues Susan Hodgett (Ulster) and Mark Bevir (Berkeley), has won an AHRC seminar series grant on Blurring Genres. The details are recorded below: AH/N006712/1 Blurring Genres Network: Recovering the Humanities for Political Science and Area Studies  (with Susan Hodgett, University of Ulster: and Mark Bevir, University of Berkeley). £36,000. January 2016 …

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Feb 01

New Research Output

New PAIR colleague and C2G2 member Raimondas Ibenskas has published an article explaining party mergers in Europe available on early view in The Journal of Politics. Details and a link are below: Ibenskas, Raimondas (2016, early view). ‘Marriages of Convenience: Explaining Party Mergers in Europe’. The Journal of Politics, doi: 10.1086/683685

Feb 01

New Research Outputs

C2G2 Director Will Jennings has been busy. His recent  publications include: Jennings, Will, Stoker, Gerry and Twyman, Joe. (2016, early view). ‘The dimensions and impact of political discontent in Britain’, Parliamentary Affairs, 1-29. doi: 10.1093/pa/gsv067. Froio, Caterina, Bevan, Shaun and Jennings, Will. (2016, early view). ‘Party mandates and the politics of attention: party platforms, public priorities and the …

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