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The Consequences of the Internationalization of Political Science Education

Knowledge
Education
RT02
Eszter Simon
Nottingham Trent University
Open Section

Building: Eilert Sundts hus, Floor: 1, Room: ES AUD1

Thursday 14:00 - 15:30 (07/09/2017)


Abstract

Today many students seek undergraduate and/or graduate education in Political Science outside the confines of their countries. Academic staff are increasingly hired internationally, and the opportunities for academics to immerse themselves in the cultures of Political Science departments abroad have multiplied. The purpose of this Roundtable is to discuss the consequences of this process of internationalization. Does the meaning of political science and the way political science research is pursued change? What does this process mean for the teaching of political science? Does it produce innovation or just difficulties in terms of teaching methods and the curriculum, and are these changing? Finally, how does this process influence publishing trends?

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