American Politics Graduate Seminar programme now available

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The Michaelmas term programme for the American Politics Graduate Seminar is now available.

A pdf version of the programme below can be downloaded here.


This seminar will be held at 3pm on the following Wednesdays at the Rothermere American Institute, 1a South Parks Road, OX1 3UB, except where noted.

Miles Kellerman, University College
23 Oct: ‘Market structure and disempowering regulatory intermediaries: insights from U.S. trade surveillance’

Paola Solimena, University College
6 Nov: ‘The end of detente’

Jeffrey Weinberg, Washington Campus
20 Nov: ‘Insights into the U.S. legislative presidency’

Special seminar
Jeffrey Weinberg, Washington Campus, in conversation with Nigel Bowles
3.30pm, 26 Nov: ‘Challenges of Washington’
Please note that this seminar will take place on a Tuesday.

Joshua Goldstein, St Hilda’s
4 Dec: ‘Does U.S. public opinion follow the leader or follow the crowd? Evidence from experimental surveys involving cyber-attack vignettes’


The American Politics Graduate Seminar welcomes all to its regular meetings, which feature presentations and discussion by postgraduate, junior, and senior researchers whose work relates to U.S. politics. The seminar meets fortnightly on Wednesdays (Weeks 2, 4, 6, and 8) at 3-4pm at the RAI. Coffee, tea, and biscuits are provided. To get involved, please email

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