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Concepts of Passions and Politics

3 June 2016
Looking at specific situations of political action, this international workshop - part of our Passionate Politics projects - will explore how the passions are linked to politics in theories, languages, symbolic systems, and vocabularies.
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Starts: Jun 3, 2016 12:00:00 AM

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Brexit and Energy: Two New Briefing Papers, Storify, and Twitter Trend

Publication date:

27 May 2016

Our latest EINote Brexit and Energy: Cost, Security and Climate Policy Implications, written by Prof. Michael Grubb (UCL) and Stephen Tindale (Director, Alvin Weinberg Foundation) is fresh off the press. If you missed our discussion In vs Out: an energy perspective, you can catch up on Storify here. The event hashtag #BrexitEnergy trended on nr.2 for the UK. We co-hosted this debate with the UK Energy Research Centre and the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources, in partnership with EurActiv. It also launched a second briefing paper on the EU referendum's implications for UK energy policy, by UCL's Prof. Paul Ekins, Jim Watson, and Joseph Dutton of UKERC.

All the World's a stage: Shakespeare in Europe and the Americas 


Publication date:

23 May 2016
On Friday 10 June 2016, 10.30-17.15, British Library Conference Centre, a study day brings together leading specialists to explore Shakespeare’s global cultural presence from Europe to the Americas via the Indian Ocean.

Sandra Kröger and Richard Bellamy receive PADEMIA research article award

Publication date:

23 May 2016
Sandra Kröger and Richard Bellamy have just been awarded the 2016 PADEMIA research article prize for their paper ‘Beyond a Constraining Dissensus: The Role of National Parliaments in Domesticating and Normalising the Politicization of European Integration’, Comparative European Politics, 14.2 (2016), pp. 131-53.

New Briefing paper on the Consequences of Brexit 

Publication date:

9 May 2016
What would be the implications of Brexit for Whitehall and Westminster? Nicholas Wright and Oliver Patel address this question in the first of four briefing papers that accompany our seminar series on the constitutional consequences of Brexit for Britain and Europe.

Grand Challenges Research Summer School

Publication date:

5 May 2016
The GC Summer School introduces research students to the Grand Challenges, providing an opportunity to discuss the underlying research philosophy and to develop practical skills in preparing proposals that combine expertise from different academic disciplines. All research students at UCL—any course: MPhil/PhD/EngD/MD(Res) and any stage: pre or post upgrade, are eligible to apply.

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