The Rise of Western Democracy: Why it Happened in Europe and Not China or the Middle East
Professor Stasavage will be presenting work from his exciting new book project that explores the history of government by consent in a global setting, charting the long rise of democracy in Europe in comparison with China, the Middle East, and other world regions.

A sandwich lunch will be available at the session and is booked according to numbers. If you would like to order lunch for this session, please reply to no later than noon on Friday 2nd June.

In addition, the speaker has very happily agreed to set aside time for one-to-one meetings on Monday. So if anyone (faculty or graduate student) would like to meet with him after the seminar, please sign up using the following link: One-to-one meetings will take place in Room 132 in the Manor Road building.
Date: 5 June 2017, 12:15 (Monday, 7th week, Trinity 2017)
Venue: Manor Road Building, Manor Road OX1 3UQ
Venue Details: Seminar Room A
Speaker: David Stasavage (NYU)
Organising department: Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR)
Organisers: Dr Robin Harding (University of Oxford), Dr Radoslaw Zubek (University of Oxford), Professor Petra Schleiter (University of Oxford), Dr David Doyle (University of Oxford)
Part of: DPIR Politics Research Colloquium
Booking required?: Not required
Audience: Members of the University only
Editors: Charles Game, James Baldwin, Ellysia Graymore