Transatlantic Seminar Series
The Transatlantic Seminar is designed to promote informed discussion of current issues and research on American and European politics, economy, and society and (especially) transatlantic relations.
The Seminar is held weekly, usually Friday between 13:00 - 14:30, and is hosted by Edinburgh Politics & International Relations. We have an extensive archive of video webcasts of past Seminars that you can view here.
All are welcome to attend. The Seminar (usually) meets weekly in Seminar Rooms 1+2, Chrystal Macmillan Building.
** THE SCHEDULE FOR AUTUMN 2018 CAN BE FOUND HERE**.
Two special seminars that were held in 2017 might be noted:
21 Sept 17: G. John Ikenberry (Princeton University) 'The End of the Liberal World Order?' was delivered as the Montague Burton Lecture in the Playfair Library; was also a featured event at the annual conference of the US Foreign Policy Working Group of the British International Studies Association held at the University 21-22 Sept. The lecture was recorded for a webcast and can be viewed here.
28 Sept 17: Douglas Kriner and Graham Wilson (Boston University) 'The Elasticity of Reality and British Support for the War in Afghanistan' (NB: BJPIR Best Article Lecture delivered by authors of the article voted best to appear in the British Journal of Politics and IR in 2016). Their Seminar is available as a webcast (see above link).
Please join our mailing list to receive email alerts of future Seminars: contact Europa@ed.ac.uk
Transatlantic Seminar of 10th February 2017, featuring Peter Trubowitz of the London School of Economics on 'Trump's Foreign Policy: End of the American Era?'. Click here to watch the video webcast.
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