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Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR)

The study of Politics and International Relations at Oxford has a long and distinguished history and the Department has become one of the largest in the field in the UK with 100 teaching and research staff. We are proud to be considered as an internationally excellent centre for teaching and research achieving consistently high rankings in league tables for teaching and research.

Series associated with Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR)

1909: The People's Budget
Academic Blogging: Political Analysis in the Digital Age
Annual Oxford Fulbright Distinguished Lectures in International Relations
Centre for International Studies Podcasts
Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict
German Politics: An Introduction
Judgement and Justice: The Life and Diary of William Godwin
Political Demonology: The Logic of Evil in Contemporary Literature and Theology
Politics and International Relations Podcasts
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
Spain: 1959 - 1992
The Egyptian Revolution, One Year On
The Engagement of Theory
The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher
The State of the State
US China Relations: An Introduction
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101 'Political Theory at the Margins' Keynote: The Role of Race Delivered by Nathaniel Adam Tobias Coleman (University College London) Nathaniel Adam Tobias Coleman 16 Sep 2015
102 'Political Theory at the Margins' Panel 3: Theorizing Oppression and Emancipation Part of the Oxford Graduate Political Theory Conference, a conference that aims to explore themes and topics in political theory that resonate with contemporary political events and phenomena. Rachelle Bascara, Johann Lieb, Dan Butt, Dana Mills 16 Sep 2015
103 'Political Theory at the Margins' Panel 2: Contested Conceptions of Objects and Property Part of the Oxford Graduate Political Theory Conference, a conference that aims to explore themes and topics in political theory that resonate with contemporary political events and phenomena. Johanna Maj Schmidt, Thomas Coughlan, Joanna Rozpedowski 16 Sep 2015
104 'Political Theory at the Margins' Panel 1: Responses to (Post-)Colonialism Part of the Oxford Graduate Political Theory Conference, a conference that aims to explore themes and topics in political theory that resonate with contemporary political events and phenomena. Anna-Sophie Schönfelder, Simon Tabet, Puneet Dhaliwal, Ashwini Vasanthakumar 16 Sep 2015
105 A Conversation on the Role of Women in Transforming Conflict in the 21st Century A panel discussion on Dr Scilla Elworthy's new book 'Pioneering the Possible: Awakened Leadership for a World That Works' and the Oxford launch of 'Rising Women Rising World.' Scilla Elworthy, Rama Mani, Richard Caplan, Kalypso Nicolaidis 16 Sep 2015
106 Creative Commons Economic Governance in Europe: Comparative Paradoxes and Constitutional Challenges Federico Fabbrini (Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen) delivered a talk on his book manuscript 'Economic Governance in Europe: Comparative Paradoxes and Constitutional Challenges.' Federico Fabbrini, Kalypso Nicolaidis 16 Sep 2015
107 'Martin Ceadel and the Study of Peace and War' Session 4: Keynote Presentation A research colloquium to mark the retirement of Professor Martin Ceadel, preeminent historian of the British peace movement and one of the world’s foremost experts on the politics of war prevention and its impact on international relations. Martin Ceadel 01 Sep 2015
108 'Martin Ceadel and the Study of Peace and War' Session 3: Pacifism, Peace Movements and War Prevention A research colloquium to mark the retirement of Professor Martin Ceadel, preeminent historian of the British peace movement and one of the world’s foremost experts on the politics of war prevention and its impact on international relations. Jonathan Wright, Holger Nehring, Thomas Davies, Cheyney Ryan 01 Sep 2015
109 'Martin Ceadel and the Study of Peace and War' Session 2: British Foreign Policy in War and Peace A research colloquium to mark the retirement of Professor Martin Ceadel, preeminent historian of the British peace movement and one of the world’s foremost experts on the politics of war prevention and its impact on international relations. George Giannakopoulos, Anne Deighton, John Dunbabin, Gillian Peele 01 Sep 2015
110 'Martin Ceadel and the Study of Peace and War' Session 1: Thinking About Peace and War A research colloquium to mark the retirement of Professor Martin Ceadel, preeminent historian of the British peace movement and one of the world’s foremost experts on the politics of war prevention and its impact on international relations. Amitabh Mattoo, Elizabeth Frazer, Jonathan Leader Maynard, Adam Roberts 01 Sep 2015
111 Creative Commons Arctic War or Arctic Peace? Are international relations in the Arctic really that different from those in other regions – and if so, why? Michael Byers 01 Sep 2015
112 Power and Order, Peace and War: lessons for Asia from 1914-1918 How might a new regional order in Asia look, and how could it be built? Hugh White 01 Sep 2015
113 'The Resurgence of Identity Politics' Session 4: Keynote Presentation The launch of the tenth edition of St Antony’s International Review includes panels and presentations on the theme of the resurgence of identity politics. Craig Calhoun, Katharine Brooks 01 Sep 2015
114 Creative Commons 'The Resurgence of Identity Politics' Session 3: The Role of Identity in International and Regional Relations The launch of the tenth edition of St Antony’s International Review includes panels and presentations on the theme of the resurgence of identity politics. Bettina Schorr, Erika Harris, Emily Tamkin, Kalypso Nicolaidis 01 Sep 2015
115 Creative Commons 'The Resurgence of Identity Politics' Session 2: The Devoted Actor: Pancultural Foundations of Intractable Conflict The launch of the tenth edition of St Antony’s International Review includes panels and presentations on the theme of the resurgence of identity politics. Scott Atran, Kalypso Nicolaidis 01 Sep 2015
116 Creative Commons 'The Resurgence of Identity Politics' Session 1: Nationalism, Ethnic Conflict and New Political Identities The launch of the tenth edition of St Antony’s International Review includes panels and presentations on the theme of the resurgence of identity politics. Aurelien Mondon, Jonathan Leader Maynard, Alexander Betts, Katharine Brooks 01 Sep 2015
117 Creative Commons Innovators in Digital News Panel Discussion Lucy Küng (RISJ) presented key findings followed by a panel discussion including; Aron Pilhofer (Executive Editor of Digital, the Guardian); James Lamont (Managing Editor, Financial Times) and Kevin Sutcliffe (Head of News Programming EU, VICE News) Lucy Küng, Aron Pilhofer, James Lamont, Kevin Sutcliffe 05 Aug 2015
118 Creative Commons Cross-border journalism – a new method of collaborative reporting A Reuters podcast given by Brigitte Alfter, journalist, lecturer and author of handbook on cross-border journalism. Brigette Alfter 12 Jun 2015
119 Creative Commons How to make serious magazine journalism pay Bronwen Maddox (editor, Prospect magazine) delivers a talk for the Reuters Institute Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series. Bronwen Maddox 04 Jun 2015
120 Making News for Young Adults? A Reuters podcast given by by Anna Doble, assistant editor, Newsbeat, BBC Radio 1. Anna Doble 28 May 2015
121 Creative Commons News in the digital age, and how The Economist fits in Tom Standage – Digital Editor, The Economist, spoke at the Business and Practice of Journalism seminar on Wednesday 7 May 2014. Tom Standage 21 May 2015
122 Creative Commons The battle for authenticity- the future of news, current affairs and documentary Kevin Sutcliffe, Head of News Programmes for Europe, Vice News, gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar Series. Kevin Sutcliffe 14 May 2015
123 Creative Commons The spread of news in the age of social media RISJ seminar by Jonathan Bright, research fellow, Oxford Internet Institute. Jonathan Bright 08 May 2015
124 Creative Commons New publishing models for a modern world: a legacy brand re-invents itself Reuters Institute Business and Practice of Journalism seminar by Laurie Benson, Chief Executive of Upnexxt. We apologise for the interference in this recording. Laurie Benson 07 May 2015
125 Answers to questions in 'Causes and Consequences of Growing Inequality...' Joseph Stiglitz answers questions from the The Fourth Annual Oxford Fulbright Distinguished Lecture On International Relations. Joseph Stiglitz 02 Apr 2015
126 Causes and Consequences of Growing Inequality - and what can be done about it Professor Joseph E. Stiglitz discusses the growing levels of inequality in societies like the United States and Britain, why inequality is a problem, and how the levels of inequality can be reduced. Joseph Stiglitz, Ngaire Woods, Andrew Hamilton 02 Apr 2015
127 Creative Commons Creativity and Change in public service broadcasting - managing the tough times Helen Boaden (Director, Radio, BBC) gives a talk for the Reuters Institute. Helen Boaden 12 Mar 2015
128 Creative Commons Environmental journalism and sustainable development in China Dr Sam Geall, University of Sussex and author of China and the Environment: The Green Revolution, gives a talk for the Reuters seminar series Sam Geall 26 Feb 2015
129 The Future of Television News Richard Sambrook, Former Visiting Fellow, gives a talk on what's next for news on television. Richard Sambrook 19 Feb 2015
130 Innovation in News Media - a look at the latest innovations shaping the future of news A seminar given by Juan Señor, a former visiting fellow for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Juan Seńor 19 Feb 2015
131 Creative Commons A little piracy can be a good thing: what the press can learn from Hollywood Tom Thomson will begin by giving the context on the Scottish media landscape, followed by Grant Gibson speaking about digital strategies and paywalls. Tom Thomson, Grant Gibson 12 Feb 2015
132 Creative Commons The top five dilemmas of news aggregation Andrew Jack, Editor at FirstFT, head of aggregation/chief curator, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series on 4th February 2015. Andrew Jack 09 Feb 2015
133 Answers to questions in 'Causes and Consequences of Growing Inequality...' Joseph Stiglitz answers questions from the The Fourth Annual Oxford Fulbright Distinguished Lecture On International Relations. Joseph Stiglitz 02 Feb 2015
134 Creative Commons Reporting the Unreported Timothy Large, director of journalism and media training, Thomson Reuters Foundation gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar Series. Timothy Large 27 Jan 2015
135 Creative Commons Reporting the Unreported Belinda Goldsmith, editor in chief, Thomson Reuters Foundation, gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar Series. Belinda Goldsmith 27 Jan 2015
136 Silicon Valley and Journalism: Make up or Break up?: Reuters Memorial Lecture 2014 Emily Bell, Director at the TOW Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia Journalism School, today delivered the Reuters Memorial Lecture 2014 for the Reuters Institute in Oxford. Emily Bell, Tim Gardam, Alun Rusbridger, Vivian Schiller 10 Dec 2014
137 Creative Commons Snowden and the debate on surveillance versus privacy Ewen MacAskill, defence and security correspondent, the Guardian, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Ewen Macaskill 04 Dec 2014
138 What are the needs and challenges for data visualisation? - Media Perspective part two Alan Smith, Principal Methodologist, Data Visualisation at Office for National Statistics, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Alan Smith 18 Nov 2014
139 What are the needs and challenges for data visualisation? - Media Perspective part one Claire Miller, Senior Data Journalist, Trinity Mirror Regionals, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Claire Miller 18 Nov 2014
140 What are the needs and challenges for data visualisation? - Civil society perspective Aleks Collingwood, Programme Manager, Statistics and Quantitative Specialist, Joseph Rowntree Foundation gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series Aleks Collingwood 18 Nov 2014
141 What are the needs and challenges for data visualisation? - Policy/government perspective Chris Hemingway, Head of Analytics, Fraud, Error and Debt Programme, Cabinet Office gives part one of a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Chris Hemingway 18 Nov 2014
142 Visual journalism at the BBC - where the web meets TV Amanda Farnsworth, editor, Visual Journalism for the BBC, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series Amanda Farnsworth 18 Nov 2014
143 Has European Integration Reached the End of the Road? - 2014 Cyril Foster Lecture Professor Loukas Tsoukalis, Professor of European Integration at the University of Athens, gives the 2014 Cyril Foster Lecture. Loukas Tsoukalis 17 Nov 2014
144 How New Media Became Now Media Carla Buzasi, founding editor of The Huffington Post UK, and current Global Chief Content Officer at trend forecasters WGSN gives a talk for RISJ. Carla Buzasi 11 Nov 2014
145 The Fixed-term Parliaments Act: Quiet Revolution or mere Technical Detail? Prof. John Curtice discusses the implications of the Fixed-term Parliaments Act. Is it merely a technical detail of little consequence - or does it represent a quiet constitutional revolution? John Curtice, Petra Schleiter 03 Nov 2014
146 Gatekeepers no More: Public Relations gets the better of journalism in the digital age John Lloyd, (senior research fellow at the Reuters Institute), gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series John Lloyd 03 Nov 2014
147 How journalism faces a second wave of disruption from technology and changing audience behaviour Nic Newman (former Future Media Controller, BBC and RISJ Research Associate) gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Nic Newman 03 Nov 2014
148 China and the Future of Global Governance Dr Katherine Morton (Australian National University) discusses China and the future of global governance, with particular emphasis on the areas of food security and the maritime commons. Katherine Morton, Rosemary Foot 29 Oct 2014
149 Data visualisation and the fourth technological revolution? Professor Luciano Floridi, Director of Research, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the Data Visualisation Conference, 20 June 2014. Luciano Floridi 29 Oct 2014
150 Reporting the EU: News, Media and the European Institutions launch event at ECFR Launch event of the Reuters Institute new report 'Reporting the EU'. Sara Hobolt, John Lloyd, Cristina Marconi, Hans Kundnani 28 Oct 2014
151 Humanitarian Access in 21st Century Armed Conflict: Legal and Practical Lessons from Syria A discussion of the international law on humanitarian access with a focus on the legal and practical implications of the ongoing civil war in Syria. Emanuela Gillard, Ruvi Ziegler, Janina Dill 27 Oct 2014
152 The Unfinished Media Revolution Dr Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Reuters Institute, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute Rasmus Kleis Nielsen 22 Oct 2014
153 Creative Commons The New Terrain of International Law: Courts, Politics, Rights Karen Alter (Northwestern University) discusses her new book 'The New Terrain of International Law: Courts, Politics, Rights'. Karen Alter, Kalypso Nicolaidis 11 Jun 2014
154 Creative Commons Conflicts and Post-Conflicts Dynamics (DRC and Rwanda): Occult Beliefs versus Modern Politics, Truth versus Justice and Justice versus Peace Alex Ntung provides insight into the significance of occult beliefs in the construction of modern political ideologies Alex Ntung, Kalypso Nicolaidis 11 Jun 2014
155 Creative Commons Responding to Conflict in Africa: the United Nations and Regional Organizations Dr Jane Boulden discusses the different ways in which United Nations and Regional Organizations will respond to conflict in Africa. Jane Boulden, Kalypso Nicolaidis 11 Jun 2014
156 Creative Commons Explaining the Rise of Diaspora Institutions Alan Gamlen talks about how formal offices of state dedicated to emigrants and their descendants have been largely overlooked in mainstream political studies. Alan Gamlen, Robin Cohen, Kalypso Nicolaidis 11 Jun 2014
157 From Pictures to Policy. Reporting Famine and Other Disasters Professor Suzanne Franks, City University London, gives a talk for the Reuters seminar series Suzanne Franks 11 Jun 2014
158 Causes and Consequences of Growing Inequality - and what can be done about it Professor Joseph E. Stiglitz discusses the growing levels of inequality in societies like the United States and Britain, why inequality is a problem, and how the levels of inequality can be reduced. Joseph Stiglitz, Ngaire Woods, Andrew Hamilton 06 Jun 2014
159 Syria – what chance of a free media? Armand Hurault, the director of public relations for the Syrian Association of Free Media (ASML - Association de Soutien aux Medias Libres) gives a talk for the Reuters seminar series Armand Hurault 04 Jun 2014
160 The intelligence agencies and their relations with the media Paul Lashmar, Brunel University, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series Paul Lashmar 21 May 2014
161 Creative Commons Innovation in Legacy Media - The Challenge for Leaders Professor Lucy Keung, Jonkoping University, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series Lucy Keung 19 May 2014
162 Creative Commons News in the digital age, and how The Economist fits in Tom Standage, media correspondent, The Economist, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute of Journalism seminar series Tom Standage 19 May 2014
163 Creative Commons A celebration and critical evaluation of the work of Mark Philp: Roundtable Speakers from this day event join in discussion with Mark Philp himself about some of the issues raised throughout the day. Mark Philp, John Dunn, Joanna Innes, Jon Mee 16 May 2014
164 Creative Commons Comparative paths in democratisation Presenter Tom Cutterham (Oxford) and discussant Joanna Innes (Oxford) look at Mark Philp's work focusing on comparative paths in democratisation. Tom Cutterham, Joanna Innes, Elizabeth Frazer 16 May 2014
165 Creative Commons Political conduct and political corruption Presenter Ed Hall (LSE) and discussant David Hine (Oxford) look at Mark Philp's work focusing on political conduct and political corruption. Ed Hall, David Hine, Elizabeth Frazer 16 May 2014
166 Creative Commons The 1790s and after Presenter Oscar Cox Jensen (KCL) and discussant Jon Mee (York) look at Mark Philp's work focusing on the 1790s and after Oscar Cox Jensen, Jon Mee, Elizabeth Frazer 16 May 2014
167 Creative Commons Introduction to the work of Mark Philp John Dunn (Cambridge) gives a broad overview of the work and legacy of Mark Philp. John Dunn, Elizabeth Frazer 16 May 2014
168 Post-humanitarianism: Humanitarian communication beyond a politics of pity Professor Lilie Chouliaraki, London School of Economics, gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar series Lilie Chouliaraki 14 Apr 2014
169 Creative Commons Legally Married: Love and Law in the UK and the US - Book Launch Scot Peterson and Iain McLean discuss their new book, which explores the facts and opinions behind the legislating of same-sex marriage in the United Kingdom and the United States Scot Peterson, Iain McLean, Max Goplerud, Richard Johnson 07 Apr 2014
170 Creative Commons Launch of Constitutional Studies Programme Marking the launch of Oxford's Constitutional Studies Programme, which seeks to increase the amount of interdisciplinary cooperation between law and political science in the field of constitutional studies. Scot Peterson, Elizabeth Frazer, Nick Barber, Iain McLean 07 Apr 2014
171 Creative Commons Winning friends abroad: can Britain’s cultural power maintain its influence in the modern world? Sir Martin Davidson KCMG, CEO of the British Council, examines the UK’s soft power capacity. Martin Davidson 07 Apr 2014
172 Creative Commons Concluding Academic Blogging: Political Analysis in the Digital Age Niki Seth-Smith and Stuart White launch the 'Democratic Wealth' e-book by openDemocracy and Politics in Spires Niki Seth-Smith, Stuart White 04 Apr 2014
173 Creative Commons How to blog effectively? What do we know about audiences, readership and patterns of use of political analysis on-line? A. Blake Ewing, Andrew Sparrow, Victoria Nash, Chris Prosser 04 Apr 2014
174 Creative Commons Why blog? (session one, part two) Analysing the wider effects of blogging: what is at stake in contributing academic analysis on-line? Kate Brooks, William Dutton, David Levy, Will de Frietas 04 Apr 2014
175 Creative Commons Why blog? (session one, part one) Exploring the phenomena of blogging – the motivations and the consequences – with UK academic blogs producers Kate Brooks, A. Blake Ewing, Chris Gilson, Sierra Williams 04 Apr 2014
176 Creative Commons Introduction to Academic Blogging: Political Analysis in the Digital Age Stuart White, Director of the Public Policy Unit, gives an introduction to Academic Blogging: Political Analysis in the Digital Age one day conference Stuart White 04 Apr 2014
177 Creative Commons The Global Liberal Order and its Future On 24 January 2014, the Centre for International Studies hosted a workshop on 'The Global Liberal Order and its Future' that explored the current shift of power and influence between nations that is taking place globally. Rosemary Foot, John Ikenberry, Andrew Hurrell, Kate Brooks 04 Apr 2014
178 Creative Commons The eccentric genius of Lewis Carroll, the pioneer mathematician of voting Iain McLean talks about his early research into the pioneering work on the mathematics of voting undertaken by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, better known as Lewis Carroll Iain McLean 04 Apr 2014
179 Creative Commons Prisoners, Felons, and the Right to Vote Jeremy Waldron talks about what the right to vote is, and isn't, and how it applies to those in the penal system Jeremy Waldron, Elizabeth Frazer 04 Apr 2014
180 Creative Commons The growing clamour for a codified constitution of the UK (or what is left after Scotland leaves) Iain McLean asks for a rethink of the structure of the law of the United Kingdom after A.V. Dicey Iain McLean, Scot Peterson 04 Apr 2014
181 Creative Commons Reparations and the End of Empire Daniel Butt talks about the practicalities of the paying of reparations for acts committed in the decline of Empire Daniel Butt, Elizabeth Frazer 04 Apr 2014
182 Creative Commons Making Sense on Immigration David Miller discusses the practical dilemmas of immigration policy. David Miller, Stephen Whitefield 04 Apr 2014
183 The FT’s digital strategy James Lamont, Managing Editor, Financial Times, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series James Lamont 17 Mar 2014
184 Creative Commons Could PR be the saviour of Journalism? Professor Anne Gregory, Leeds Metropolitan University, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute Seminar Series Anne Gregory 03 Mar 2014
185 Creative Commons How Mobile Phones are changing journalism practice in the 21st Century Dr Adrian Hadland, Director of Journalism, University of Stirling gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series Adrian Hadland 15 Feb 2014
186 Creative Commons Leaks, Snowden and the Guardian Ewen Macaskill, Diplomatic Editor, the Guardian, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute of Journalism seminar series Ewen Macaskill 11 Feb 2014
187 Reporting Pakistan and specialist journalism Owen Bennett-Jones,BBC presenter and journalist, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute Semianr Series Owen Bennett-Jones 03 Feb 2014
188 Communicating India's Soft Power: Buddha to Bollywood Professor Daya Thussu, University of Westminster, London, gives a talk for the Reuters seminar series Daya Thusso 03 Feb 2014
189 The strengths and weaknesses of social media Jamie Bartlett, Director, Centre for the Analysis of Social Media, Demos, gives a talk for the Reuters seminar series Jamie Bartlett 09 Dec 2013
190 Creative Commons Framing death - how journalists report the death of public figures Keith Somerville, Lecturer at the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent, and editor of African Arguments, gives a talk for the RISJ seminar series Keith Somerville 04 Dec 2013
191 Creative Commons The Political Origins of Global Justice - Cyril Foster Lecture 2013 Against the background of the broader history of the idea of human rights, this lecture investigates when and why the contemporary field of "global justice" in philosophy and political theory was invented. Andrew Hamilton, Louise Fawcett, samuel moyn 29 Nov 2013
192 Responsible Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data part 5 John Micklethwait, Editor-in-Chief, The Economist, gives a short talk for the panel discussion on Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data John Micklethwait 26 Nov 2013
193 Responsible Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data part 4 Sylvie Kauffmann, Editorial Director, Le Monde, gives a short talk for the panel discussion on Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data Sylvie Kauffmann 26 Nov 2013
194 Responsible Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data part 3 Professor Michael Parks, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, University of Southern California , gives a short talk for the panel discussion on Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data Michael Parks 26 Nov 2013
195 Responsible Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data part 2 Iain Mathewson CMG, Associate Fellow, International Security, Chatham House, gives a short talk for the panel discussion on Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data Iain Mathewson 26 Nov 2013
196 Responsible Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data part 1 Chancellor of Oxford University, Lord Patten of Barnes, gives a short talk for the panel discussion on Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data Chris Patten 26 Nov 2013
197 A global standard for reporting conflict Jake Lynch, Associate Professor at the University of Sydney, and Director of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, gives a talk for the RISJ seminar series. Jake Lynch 22 Nov 2013
198 Creative Commons A life in a treacherous journalistic environment Alejandro Quesada, former director of El Comercio (in Lima), and president of the Inter-American Press Association (SIP) gives a talk for the RISJ seminar series. Alejandro Quesada 20 Nov 2013
199 Creative Commons Future media trends and changing audience behaviour Nic Newman, former Future Media Controller, BBC and RISJ Research Asscociate, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute Seminar series. Nic Newman 20 Nov 2013
200 Creative Commons Political Journalism in Transition This seminar marks the publication of a new Reuters Institute book, Political Journalism in Transition: Western Europe in a Comparative Perspective, which provides a comprehensive and comparative analysis of the state of political journalism today. Raymond Kuhn, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, John Lloyd 14 Nov 2013