2019 News

Professor Louise Haagh and "The Case for Universal Basic Income"

Posted on Thursday 14 November 2019

Professor Louise Haagh has had an article published in the Stanford Social and Innovation Review

New article published on The EastAsiaForum for Rudabeh Shahid

Posted on Wednesday 13 November 2019

Congratulations to Rudabeh Shahid, her co-authored article is published online today

Politics PhD student Ian Foxley has article published in The Conversation

Posted on Tuesday 12 November 2019

Why whistleblowers must be kept confidential – just look at what happened to me

New blog post on the general election by Professor Neil Carter

Posted on Tuesday 12 November 2019

The 2019 general election and the environment

Online articles published on Discover Society

Posted on Thursday 7 November 2019

Congratulations to Dr Simon Parker and Dr Sara De Jong who have a number of articles published on Discover Society this week

Dr Ed Rooksby on the myth of the 'soviet' state under Lenin

Posted on Tuesday 5 November 2019

Dr Ed Rooksby published online...

HoD Nina Caspersen will be a panellist at the York ESRC Festival of Social Science

Posted on Tuesday 5 November 2019

Building peace, improving health: an evening with perspectives from Colombia

Funded interdisciplinary PhD opportunity (UK/EU students):

Posted on Monday 28 October 2019

A four year fully-funded PhD opportunity for an interdisciplinary PhD in the new Leverhulme Centre for Anthropocene Biodiversity is now available.

Association for Social and Political Philosophy (ASPP) Annual Conference: Call for Papers

Posted on Tuesday 22 October 2019

The Association for Social and Political Philosophy Annual Conference is taking place at the University of York 18-20 June 2020. Our call for papers is now live,

Call for papers - York Maastricht Partnership (YMP): Global South Workshop 1 States and Emerging Markets

Posted on Tuesday 22 October 2019

The first of the Development Transformations focusses on States and Emerging Markets, organised by Jean Grugel (York) and Adam Dixon (Maastricht) and will take place on 11 December at the University of York, hosted by the IGDC. Call for papers is now live...

PhD in Global Development Opportunities

Posted on Wednesday 16 October 2019

The IGDC will be supporting applications for the Commonwealth Scholarships for its PhD in Global Development.

Feedback and Guidance Hours

Posted on Tuesday 15 October 2019

This week on Instagram the focus is on the importance of feedback and guidance hours...

Congratulations to Dr Rudabeh Shahid...

Posted on Thursday 26 September 2019

Politics postdoctoral research fellow Dr Rudabeh Shahid briefing is published online

A good year for published books

Posted on Wednesday 25 September 2019

The department has had an excellent year in terms of published books...

2019 Athena Initiative Winners

Posted on Wednesday 18 September 2019

Congratulations to two Politics staff members...

Congratulations to Dr Alex Hall...

Posted on Wednesday 11 September 2019

Dr Alex Hall has been awarded a £50,000 research grant.

New Head of Department...

Posted on Wednesday 4 September 2019

Congratulations and best wishes to Professor Nina Caspersen

Sofia Vasilopoulou and Liisa Talving have their paper published...

Posted on Thursday 15 August 2019

Poor versus rich countries: a gap in public attitudes towards fiscal solidarity in the EU

Dr Indrajit Roy has had an article published with the Independent Online.

Posted on Wednesday 7 August 2019

Has India finally resolved its Kashmir conundrum?

Off to Brazil..

Posted on Monday 5 August 2019

Congratulations to Dr Olayinka Ajala...

Good news for Dr Tim Stuart-Buttle

Posted on Thursday 18 July 2019

Dr Tim Stuart-Buttle's latest monograph has been published...

Congratulations to Dr Sara de Jong...

Posted on Wednesday 17 July 2019

Dr Sara de Jong has had a blog article published today

Department of Politics Staff Promotions

Posted on Monday 15 July 2019

Staff Promotions in the Department of Politics...

Dr João Nunes appointed Co-Director of the Centre for Global Health Histories

Posted on Thursday 11 July 2019

Dr João Nunes has been appointed the co-director of the Centre for Global Health Histories.

The York Centre for Political Theory (YCPT)

Posted on Wednesday 10 July 2019

The York Centre for Political Theory website is now live...

Gladstone Memorial Prize Nomination

Posted on Tuesday 9 July 2019

Congratulations to Maya White...

2018/19 Undergraduate Prize Winners

Posted on Tuesday 9 July 2019

Congratulations to all prize winners...

Ian Foxley: University of York 3 Minute Thesis Award

Posted on Thursday 20 June 2019

Congratulations to PhD student Ian Foxley

The Department of Politics is on Instagram

Posted on Monday 17 June 2019

We're on Instagram @uniofyorkpoliticsdept

Susan Forde Rapid Response funding

Posted on Thursday 6 June 2019

Congratulations to Dr Susan Forde, who has won Rapid Response funding from the Learning and Teaching Forum.

YUSU Excellence Award Winners

Posted on Wednesday 5 June 2019

Fantastic news for Dr Sara De Jong & Dr Ignacio Jurado

From Monkfish to Noontide: Writing Through Troubled Times

Posted on Tuesday 4 June 2019

Romesh Gunesekera is internationally acclaimed for writings that explore the key themes of our times — political, environmental, economic — through ‘poised and potent’ stories of wide appeal.

Speaking Up Not Talking Down

Posted on Thursday 30 May 2019

University of York Migration Network is hosting their 'Speaking Up, Not Talking Down' event alongside their third annual Ideas Salon

YUSU Excellence Award Nominees

Posted on Wednesday 22 May 2019

Five Politics Staff have been shortlisted for the YUSU Excellence Awards

Congratulations to PhD student Ian Foxley, 3 Minute Thesis Finalist

Posted on Wednesday 22 May 2019

Congratulations to Politics PhD Student Ian Foxley who has been selected as a finalist in the University of York 3 Minute Thesis competition

Daryl Smalley in the local elections

Posted on Wednesday 1 May 2019

Current undergraduate in Politics

India tomorrow podcast series

Posted on Friday 26 April 2019

Podcast series co-hosted by Dr Indrajit Roy (University of York)

IGDC Easter Party at Gale Farm Court

Posted on Friday 26 April 2019

Interested in volunteering with the local community?

Pathologies of democratic deliberation: A symposium on Anna Elisabetta Galeotti’s Political Self-Deception

Posted on Friday 15 February 2019

Come and join this forthcoming symposium!

IGDC recent successes

Posted on Friday 18 January 2019

IGDC recent awards and grants

A genealogy of the term British reveals its imperial history – and a Brexit paradox

Posted on Friday 4 January 2019

Article by Dr Mark Hutchinson

What does Brexit mean for the UK's Climate Change Act?

Posted on Friday 4 January 2019

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