Lecture | Contemporary History and International Relations Research Seminar (CHIRRS)
Interview with Simon Usherwood on all things Brexit
- Simon Usherwood
- 24 April 2018
- Contemporary History and International Relations Research Seminar (CHIRRS) year 2017 - 2018
2311 BD Leiden
Simon Usherwood is Deputy Director of the “UK in a Changing Europe” programme and Reader in Politics at the University of Surrey. His work has focused in recent years on UK-EU relations, on which he writes and podcasts regularly: you can find more about his work here. He will begin the session by asking whether the Brexit process is on track to reach an agreement in time for the UK’s withdrawal in March 2019.
The event will be interactive. If there are particular issues or questions you'd like Dr Usherwood to cover, please email or tweet them in advance of the event to Dr Maxine David (firstname.lastname@example.org ; @MaxineDavid).
CHIRRS (Contemporary History and International Relations Research Seminar) brings together historians, area specialists and international relations specialists to address 20th century topics from Brexit to the Muslim world and from French decolonization to the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
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