Events

Upcoming events

Thu
6
Sep

Death & Culture II Conference

This biennial conference focuses on the impact of mortality on culture, and the ways in which the very fact of death has shaped human behaviour, evidenced through thought, action, production and expression

Thu
6
Sep

Death & Culture II Conference

This biennial conference focuses on the impact of mortality on culture, and the ways in which the very fact of death has shaped human behaviour, evidenced through thought, action, production and expression

Mon
17
Sep

Personification Across Disciplines

Our conference aims to explore personifying dynamics and experiences through a variety of disciplines, methods and perspectives.

Fri
21
Sep

The Martin House Research Centre 1st Biennial Research Conference

We are very pleased to announce the first research conference being organised and hosted by the Martin House Research Centre. It is the first in a series of biennial conferences which will be run by the Centre.

Thu
27
Sep

‘Justice for the 96’: Researching Truth, Delivering Justice in the Aftermath of the Hillsborough Disaster

The University of Leicester is delighted to host Phil Scraton, Emeritus Professor, Queens University, Belfast to deliver the Department of Criminology’s annual Scarman Lecture.

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Recent events

Empowered Bodies - PhD Conference 2018

Tuesday 26 June 2018

We are pleased to announce our Postgraduate Conference for students and researchers interested in the role of the body in social sciences and the concept of embodiment as a source of critical reflection in diverse disciplines.

Just Genomes?

Monday 25 June 2018

At the end of the last millennium, the proposal of the Human Genome Diversity Project and the publication of The Bell Curve sparked new worries that studies of human genetic variation would reignite scientific racism

FUR Conference 2018

Monday 25 June 2018

Foundations of Utility and Risk Conference

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Departmental events & seminars

Each member department runs their own series of events: 

Researcher Training

The University runs courses to help you in your career as a researcher. 

Public Lectures

The University runs a series of public lectures: free and open to anyone to attend.

Organising your own event?

The Centre offers space for student-led research groups, such as reading groups, and informal by-staff-and-for-staff research groups. Doctoral students and staff who would like to organise such events can book meeting rooms using Planon.  If you are not sure whether your event is suitable for being hosted in ReCSS, please email the ReCSS Centre Administrator Debbie Haverstock rcss-admin@york.ac.uk.

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