IParl Research Colloquium restarts

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After a break due to the Corona pandemic, the Institute for Parliamentary Research (IParl) re-launches its research colloquium. Our colloquium meetings are primarily conceived as an exchange of ideas and serve to discuss ongoing and completed research projects on topics of parliamentarism and related areas such as research on parties or elections.

Scholars and friends of parliamentarism are cordially invited to present and discuss their research projects or results, academic theses or project ideas with practical relevance. Master's students and doctoral candidates are very welcome. The presentations can be held in German or English.

The colloquium takes place on Thursdays from 10 to 12 o’clock at IParl or, if desired, also online. If you are interested, please write an email with a few words about your topic to pyschny@iparl.de.

Colloquium schedule winter semester 22/23:

October 20th, 2022, 11-13 am

  • On the outskirts of the French Parliament: The Delegation for Women’s Rights, Presentation of the dissertation of Dr Claire Bloquet, IParl

November 3rd, 2022, 11-13 am

  • District Work of German MPs during COVID-19, Presentation of results of the master thesis of Kevin Settles, IParl

November 10th, 2022, 10-12 am

  • What do parliaments do to Social Sciences? A comparative analysis, Presentation of the research project by Lise Moawad, Humboldt University Berlin

December 1st, 2022, 10-12 am

  • Groupwork, Teamwork and Solo-Effort: Approaches of Parliamentarians towards Political Communication and the Relevance of Trust, Presentation of the dissertation by Sebastian Ludwicki-Ziegler, University of Stirling

Dezember 14th, 2022, 10-12 am

  • Candidacies in the multi-level system, Presentation of the research project by Daniel Hellmann and Dr Danny Schindler, IParl

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