The Department's News
Research project awarded a development research grant by the Swedish Research Council
A three-year research project about gender and social media in contentious elections was awarded the Swedish Research Council's Development Research Grant.
Apply to our PhD Programme
Four Doctoral Positions at the Department of Government. Starting date: 01-09-2018. Apply by 22 January.
Research grants from the Swedish Research Council
Research on the political opposition in the European Union, Thomas Hobbes, the origin of political inequality and the political significance of work has been awarded funding from the Swedish Research Council.
Karin Leijon receives prize from SWEPSA
Karin Leijon, Doctoral Student at the Department of Government, has won the SWEPSA (The Swedish Political Science Association) prize to younger researchers for the essay “National judges as gatekeepers in European integration: Making decisions about EU legal integration based on preferences, rules or norms?”
Marcus Österman defends his thesis on 15 December
Marcus Österman defends his thesis "Education, Stratification and Reform: Educational Institutions in Comparative Perspective" on 15 December at 13:15 in Bruzewitzsalen (Östra Ågatan 19).
Shirin Ahlbäck Öberg om New Public Management i Forskarpodden
Sedan några decennier tillbaka sköts fler och fler delar av den offentliga verksamheten i Sverige som företag.
Friday 10 november the Association for Women Researchers in Uppsala invites you to the yearly event Kvinnomaraton. This year the Department of Government is hosting the event taking place in the Ostrom Hall, the Department of Government at 15:00.
Research Grants to the Department of Government
Research on public investment, political mobility and national inspections of the welfare sector has been rewarded research grants from Forte and Riksbankens Jubileumsfond.
Dissent Under Siege: Endangering Freedom of Speech in Modi’s India
Panel discussion about the endangering of freedom of speech in India.
On 24 October, 14:00, Gustavianum, Uppsala.
Sverker Gustavsson hedersföreläsare vid årets Forskålssymposium
Årets Forskålssymposium har titeln Framtiden för liberalismen och äger rum den 16 november, 13.15–16.00 i Museum Gustavianum (Auditoriet), Akademigatan 3, Uppsala