Presentations + Publications

2017
Publications
Mattocks, K. (2017) Co-ordinating co-ordination: The European Commission and the culture Open Method of Co-ordination. Journal of Common Market Studies. Advanced online publication. doi: 10.1111/jcms.12587

Mattocks, K. (2017) “A few sparks of inspiration”?: Analysing the outcomes of European Union cultural policy coordination. European Politics & Society. Advanced online publication. doi: 10.1080/23745118.2017.1303885.

Mattocks, K. (2017) Uniting the citizens of Europe? Exploring the European Union’s Cultural Policy Agenda. In Routledge Companion to Global Cultural Policy, edited by Dave O’Brien, Toby Miller, and Victoria Durrer. London: Routledge.

Conferences
Presented papers at the annual PSA (Glasgow, April) and CPSA (Toronto, May/June) conferences.

2016
Publications
Mattocks, K. and S. Briscoe-Palmer (2016) Challenges facing minority politics PhD students in the United Kingdom: Women, people of Black and Ethnic minority origin, and Disabled persons. European Political Science 15(4): 476-492.

Mattocks, K. (2016) “Learning about Politics in Time and Space. By Richard Rose.” Political Studies Review (14:1).

Presentations/talks/activities
–Mattocks, K. (2016) Cultural policy and the outcomes of the Open Method of Coordination in the European Union. Paper presented at the Political Studies Association conference, Brighton, 21-23 March.
–Mattocks, K. and S. Briscoe-Palmer (2016) Challenges facing minority politics PhD students in the United Kingdom: Women, people of Black and Ethnic minority origin, and Disabled persons. Paper presented at the Political Studies Association conference, Brighton, 21-23 March.
–Panelist at the PSA’s Women & Politics summit, Edinburgh, 10 June.
–Participating in talk with Evangelia Psychogiopoulou on the culture OMC. Maastricht Centre for European Law, University of Maastricht, 21 June.

2015
July – co-organized and -chaired 3 panels at ICPP on Ideas, institutions, and networks in cultural policy
June – presented paper at CPSA conference in Ottawa:  Marching backwards into the future? Investigating the CRTC’s role in contemporary Canadian television broadcasting regulation.
March – presented paper at PSA conference in Sheffield: European Union cultural policy and the Open Method of Coordination: examining the main roles of the Commission, Council,and Member States.

2014
Presentations/talks/activities
October – Guest lecture, “European Cultural Policy.” Richmond, the American University in London.
September – Paper given at Policy & Politics conference, Bristol: Policy learning through intergovernmental collaboration: the case of cultural governance in the European Union.
June – Participant, Summer School in Public Policy: Institutions and Policy Change. Hosted by the Political Science and Public Policy Standing Group of the Italian Society of Political Science (SISP); Padova, Italy.
April – Participant, Committee of the Regions 20th Anniversary Conference, Brussels.

Publications
Mattocks, K. (2014) ‘Newspapers’ EU election coverage misses the mark.’ The Conversation, 20.05.2014. Available online at: https://theconversation.com/newspapers-eu-election-coverage-misses-the-mark-26021

2013
November – Participant, 4th annual Young Cultural Policy Researchers Forum in Brussels.
November – Paper given at ENCATC Conference, Brussels: A Balance of Power? Analysing European Union Cultural Policy using Institutionalism.

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