You are all invited to a Colloquium
“Deciphering T-TIP: The Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership, a “new generation” of international trade deals?”
Date: Friday, March 11th, 2016.
10.00am-3:30pm Room 3105, Arts Block, Trinity College, Dublin
6-8pm Royal Irish Academy, 19 Dawson Street
This is a big deal!: it’s the first time that academics in Ireland have come together for a day, to discuss what is the TTIP, where it came from, and why it could do to our societies.
This “TTIP Colloquium” is convened jointly by the Sociological Association of Ireland, the Centre for the Study of the Moral Foundations of Economy & Society (which was established by the President of Ireland’s Ethics Initiative), and Trinity College Dublin’s Cultures, Academic Values & Education Research Centre .
The introductory letter establishing the context and purpose of the event can be found here.
The full list of speakers for the day can be found here.
A note of invitation from the Sociological Association of Ireland can be found here.
The facebook event of the colloquium here.
Academics making presentations abut TTIP will include: Dr Dieter Pesendorfer, Law, QUB; Dr Marija Bartl, University of Amsterdam/Harvard; Dr Andy Storey, School Of Politics & Int. Relations, UCD; Prof Jim Stewart, Finance, TCD; Dr John Reynolds, Law, NUI Maynooth; Dr Aidan Seery, Education, TCD; Prof John Barry, Politics, QUB; Prof. Kathleen Lynch, Dr. Mariya P. Ivancheva; Conor McCabe, Equality Studies UCD; Kieran Keohane, UCC; Tom Boland, Applied Arts, WIT; Dr. Ray Griffin, Business Studies, WIT.