News Archive 2019
Jean Monnet Lecture Series February 2019
Department of Government and Politics is delighted to present Dr Patrick Holden, Reader in International Politics, Plymouth University:
"Don't pay the Ferryman: European geoeconomics and politics in the era of Trump and Brexit"
3-4pm, Wednesday 13 February 2019
CACSSS Seminar Room (ORB G27B)
Patrick Holden is a Reader in International Relations at the School of Law, Criminology and Government at the University of Plymouth. His work explores the link between power, ideas and public policy. His primary research interests focus on the external relations of the European Union, International Political Economy and International Development. At Plymouth, Patrick is the programme leader of the Masters in International Relations: Global Security and Development. Recent academic work of his has been published in journals such as West European Politics, Development Policy Review, Cooperation and Conflict and The Journal of International Relations and Development. Patrick has also published poems and short stories in Orbis, The Journal and The New European. Patrick studied at University College Dublin and the University of Limerick (where he received a Government of Ireland PhD Scholarship) while also completing doctoral training at the Centre for International Studies, Cambridge.
This lecture series is supported by the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet programme.
No registration necessary