Voting for a Model or Voting for a Process to Pick a Model? A Key Choice in Future Reunification Referendums.
Thursday 3 February 2022, 4 PM to 5:30 PM
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With growing discussion around the issue of Irish unification post-Brexit, Dublin City University’s School of Law and Government in collaboration with Queen’s University School of Law are hosting a seminar series entitled Reflections on a United Ireland. The aim is to contribute to this constitutional debate by providing academic analysis from key experts in relevant fields.
The seminars will be conducted via Zoom and commence at the beginning of Semester 2, Thursday 3rd February, 2022, and run the first Thursday of every month thereafter, with the final seminar taking place Thursday 9th June. Each session will last 1.5 hours with a 45-minute presentation leaving up to 45 minutes for a Q&A. Speakers for this semester will be:
- Professor Brendan O’Leary, University of Pennsylvania
- Professor Jennifer Todd, University College Dublin
- Professor Deirdre Heenan, Ulster University
- Professor Colin Harvey, Queens University Belfast
- Professor John Doyle, Dublin City University
Series Co-convenors: Professor John Doyle, DCU and Professor Colin Harvey, QUB