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1st House Lecture: The resurgence of nationalism

By David Miller, Nuffield College, Oxford

1 December 2020, 17:00 GMT
45-minute virtual lecture followed by Q&A

Inspired by Harbour House, our HQ in the UK, which provides both a literal and metaphorical ‘home’ for the ECPR community, we developed The House Lectures, launching this December to round off our 50th Anniversary celebrations.

In line with ECPR's overarching mission, The House Lectures aim to help break down barriers in European political science, to provide a platform for discourse and to reach out beyond academe and shine a light on the work of our discipline.

Our first two lectures, held virtually, will consider threats to democracy and will be delivered by David Miller, winner of the ECPR’s Lifetime Achievement Award 2020 (December) and Veronica Anghel, recipient of our inaugural Rising Star Award (February).

Following these first lectures, this exciting venture will present a line-up of virtual talks that seek to open doors to some of the most pressing issues and challenges today from a broad range of perspectives.

The House Lectures in brief

  • Insightful lectures on the hottest topics in political science and beyond
  • Each followed by an extended Q&A sessions
  • Two instalments lined up, with more to follow
  • Open to all, ECPR members and non-members
  • The inaugural lecture is completely FREE to attend

About the speaker

David Miller is a Senior Research Fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford and the 2020 winner of our biennial Lifetime Achievement Award which celebrates scholars who made an outstanding contribution to European political science.

David’s association with Nuffield College stretches back more than four decades, but recently he helped found the Masters of Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government, a one-year programme designed to introduce public sector practitioners from around the world to the theory and practice of public policy. During his long career, he has supervised 49 PhD students, and been a Visiting Professor at universities across the world.

He has served as an associate editor of the highly influential journal Ethics; International Journal of Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy and since 1995 has been co-editor of OUP's flagship Oxford Political Theory series.

David Miller has written twelve books, edited nine, and published more than 200 journal papers and book chapters. According to Google Scholar, his work has been cited more than 22,000 times.

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Next lecture

Tuesday 2 February 2021
How low can you go? Declining standards of democracy in Central and Eastern Europe

Speaker – Veronica Anghel, Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute and Research Fellow at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies

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