The Autumn edition of ERIS – European Journal of International Affairs – a journal based here in Politics and IR is out now. See below for a list of the articles in the latest edition which is available at this link.
By Dr. Mark Bennister, Senior Lecturer in Politics
By Dr. Mark Bennister and Dr. John FitzGibbon
UKIP is assembling at Doncaster Racecourse for its annual conference, riding high on some major victories over the past few months and preparing for a by-election that could well secure the party its first seat in the Commons and, next year, for a general election that will see the leader himself, Nigel Farage, contesting a parliamentary seat.
By Bronwen Edwards (Third Year Politics and Global Governance)
Dr Amelia Hadfield, Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations has recently been awarded a Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (HEA), based on the range of teaching and learning expertise that she has accrued in the past decade.
The University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Dalhousie University in Canada. Founded in 1818, Dalhousie is one of Canada’s oldest and best-known universities, with more than 18,200 local and international students. The university has a comprehensive internationalisation strategy and encourages a commitment to ‘thinking globally’:
By Dr. John FitzGibbon, Senior Lecturer in Politics
By Razia Shariff Doctoral Candidate Politics and International Relations
I have kept quiet about the Scottish referendum so far. But now that the result is out, I can confirm that I am happy but slightly uncomfortable.
With the British Psychological Society – Social Psychology Section annual conference being held at Canterbury Christ Church this year, we thought it was a great opportunity for us to get together with our colleagues in Sociology and Psychology (obviously) and look at the interdisciplinary nature of our research.