2 May 2017


Over the course of the year, the Philomathia Forum have examined the policy implications of issues around democracy, governance and exclusion – broadly conceived. The following workshops were selected for collaboration with the Forum:

Former armed groups and the politics of statebuilding after war – Convenors: Dr Devon Curtis and Dr Gyda Sindre (Department of Politics and International Studies)

Democratic resilience and the media: the effects of policy and communication strategies on community cohesion in times of threat – Convenors: Dr Roxane Farmanfarmaian and Dr Ali Sonay (Department of Politics and International Studies)

Populists and technocrats: open antagonisms, hidden affinities – Convenors: Dr Tanya Filer and Dr Andrew McKenzie-McHarg (CRASSH)

An inclusive energy transition? Global low-carbon strategies and their discontents – Convenors: Professor Jorge Vinuales and Dr Leslie-Anne Duvic-Paoli (Department of Land Economy)

Social Science Research for the 21st Century - Progress through Partnership

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