This site provides useful information to current undergraduate students taking papers provided by the Department of POLIS. If you have any enquiries please direct these to the Undergraduate Administrator, Ms Charlotte Moss via email@example.com
The POLIS undergraduate timetable comes in two forms.
- (IIA & IIB) This is a static pdf document and is updated regularly, to find out when this was last updated please see the footer and the bottom of the pages.
- E-timetable: This is a live timetable that is updated with changes as they happen. The e-timetable can also be exported to your device, if you would like to do this please make sure that your device's timezone is set to London, UK.
Guide to Supervisions
Each year the Department publishes a setting out the practicalities and expectations of supervisions and essay writing within the discipline.
Examination Data Retention Policy 2016/17
Issued by the HSPS Degree Committee, this policy explains what happens to examinations data during the year, and after.
The Seeley Library
The Seeley Library is yearly updated to hold reading material relating to all Politics and International Relations papers.
The Department takes plagiarism very seriously, please consult the plagiarism guide to find out more about what constitutes plagiarism and its consequences.
Student Feedback is very important to the Department and at the end of each year we compose a report in response to the feedback obtained from the students throughout the year. The Department's response to the feedback received from undergraduate students in 2015-16 can be viewed here.
CamTools and Moodle Resources
There are various CamTools and Moodle sites where students can access resources for papers (you will need to log on via Raven). The SPS Library site allows you to access electronic journals and has copies of a number of electronic versions of reading list material. If you are taking a borrowed paper in Part II you may have access to additional sites via the another department. These sites have a range of useful materials including lecture handouts as well as a forum for student discussion. It is important that students check they have access to both their Part specific site and the CamTools/Moodle site.
POLIS uses Moodle for Part II students. It allows for a range of online tools to support teaching as well as a place for lecture resources to be accessed. Please check that you have access to all your specific sites. If you need any assistance please contact the Undergraduate Secretary, Ms Charlotte Moss.
Academic Staff Office Hours
These office hours apply in term. If you wish to see a member of staff outside of term it is advisable to check first whether they are keeping regular office hours. If you are unable to make office hours during term time, please contact lecturers via email to make an alternative appointment
|Bell, Duncan||Tuesdays 11.00-12.00pm|
|Bickerton, Chris||Tuesdays 11.00-12.00pm|
|Bourbeau, Philippe||Mondays 11.00-12.00pm|
|Branch, Adam||Wednesdays 10.00-11.00am|
|Brooke, Christopher||Tuesdays 11.00-12.00pm|
|Cooper, Ian||Mondays 12.00-1.00pm|
|Denyer Willis, Graham||Appointment by email|
|Dunn, John||Appointment by email|
|Edwards, Geoffrey||Appointment by email|
|Hill, Christopher||Mondays 11.30-1.00pm|
|Howarth, David||Appointment by email|
|Joffe, George||Mondays 12.00-2.00pm, Tuesdays 11.00-12.00pm|
|Konstantinidis, Nikitas||Wednesdays 4.00-5:30pm|
|Lin, K-C||Mondays 10.00-12.00pm, or by appointment|
|Livesey, Finbarr||Appointment by email|
|Mayall, James||Appointment by email|
|Rangwala, Glen||Wednesdays 11-12pm|
Wednesdays 2.00-3.30pm book for an appointment http://www.stefanorecchia.net/teaching.html
|Runciman, David||Fridays 12.00-1.00pm|
|Sloman, Peter||Mondays 10.30-11.30am|
|Srinivasan, Sharath||Fridays 9.30-10.30am|
|Thompson, Helen||Appointment by email|
|van Houten, Pieter||Tuesdays 10.30-12pm or appointment by email|
|Wilcox, Lauren||Tuesdays 1.30-3.30pm|
|Zarakol, Ayse||Mondays 12.00-2.00pm (Michaelmas only)|