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Lectures and seminars
12:00 - 13:00 23 July 2014
This session looks at the potential for critical discourse analysis as a research approach. The session will consider the theoretical underpinnings of CDA approaches and also seek to…
12:00 - 13:00 4 August 2014
Joe is at the forefront of GAG MS analysis and also has lots of experience with N- and other O-linked sugar analysis. He’s been developing a technology which allows him to carry out…
1 September 2014
To be held in September 2014. More information to be available shortly at http://urban-energy.org
Sarah Fielden Seminar Series: Metaphors of the meltdown: an educational deconstruction of the narratives of the great recession
17:00 - 18:30 10 September 2014
The ways in which notions like the ‘learning society’ and the ‘knowledge economy’ re-draw educational philosophy, policy and practice will be examined, starting from the 1980s and tracing…
19:30 - 21:00 18 September 2014
Prof. Albert Zijilstra– Director, Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics Planetary nebulae: reflections of the dying Sun The Sun will not live forever. Several billion years from now,…
16:00 - 18:00 24 September 2014
Philosophy research seminar: Christy Mag Uidhir
SCI Seminar Series - Dr Maurie Cohen - Be Careful What You Wish For: The Empty Promise of the “Sharing Economy”
16:00 - 17:30 24 September 2014
Dr Maurie Cohen, Associate Professor at New Jersey Institute of Technology & Director of the Program in Science, Technology, and Society, entitled 'Be Careful What You Wish For: The…
CIDRAL Special Seminar: Differently Queer: Sexuality and Aesthetics in Pier Paolo Pasolini and Elsa Morante
16 - 17 October 2014
Special Seminar with Dr Manuele Gragnolati, Somerville College, Oxford 16/17 October (organised by Dr Francesca Billiani, Italian). More details to follow....
10:45 - 12:30 21 October 2014
'Policy Challenges: Securing the State After Snowden' featuring Sir David Omand and Edward Lucas The recent revelations from former CIA contractor Edward Snowden, about the NSAs surveillance…
16:00 - 17:30 22 October 2014
Further details to follow shortly.
17:00 25 November 2014
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16:00 - 17:30 26 November 2014
Further details to follow shortly.
17:00 17 February 2015
Also: Monday 16-Feb: Denise Riley (UEA): Poetry Reading in Centre for New Writing
CIDRAL Open Event: Susan Stewart (Princeton): Roundtable on Poetry and the Fate of the Senses (Stewart, 2002)
17:00 17 March 2015
Also: Susan Stewart (Princeton): Poetry Reading in Centre for New Writing on Monday 16 March More details to follow...
CIDRAL Open Event: Charles Zika (Melbourne, Australia,): On the History of the Emotions (joint with History)
17:00 14 April 2015
To be followed by Wednesday 15 April: masterclass More details to follow...
15 April 2015
Also: Tuesday 14 April: Charles Zika (Melbourne, Australia,): On the History of the Emotions (joint with History) More details to follow...
17:00 28 April 2015
To be followed by Wednesday 29 April: masterclass
29 April 2015
Also: Tuesday 28 April Elisabeth Bronfen (Zurich): Elizabeth I as Diva
17:00 5 May 2015
Followed by Wednesday 6 May: masterclass
6 May 2015
Also: Tuesday 5 May 2015: Robyn Wiegman (Duke): Sensing Race
CIDRAL Open Event: Annette Kuhn (QM, London): Roundtable on Kuhn’s edited volume: Little Madnesses: Winnicott and the Imagination (2012)
17:00 12 May 2015
Tuesday 12 May: Annette Kuhn (QM, London): Roundtable on Kuhn’s edited volume: Little Madnesses: Winnicott and the Imagination (2012) with Myna Trustram (Manchester Art Gallery) and 2-3 others.
17:00 2 June 2015
To be followed by Wednesday 3 June: masterclass
3 June 2015
Also: Tuesday 2 June: Dick Hebdige (Art Institute, UC Santa Barbara): On the Desert Arts Project