Seminar programme

Seminars run during the Autumn and Spring terms. Free tickets are available online at: 

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2015-16 programme 

Seminar 

Time and Place 

 

All Change: the Digital Revolution and the Fate of Humanity

Professor Anthony Giddens

Seminar Information

Watch a recording of this talk on Youtube

Thurs 22 October

4pm- 6pm

V/045

Blueberry Soup: How Iceland changed how we think about the world

Eileen Jerrett

Seminar Information including an interview and Eileen's introduction to her film

 

Thurs 5 November

4pm-6pm

B/B/002

Post-humanitarianism: The contemporary politics of Solidarity

Professor Lilie Chouliaraki, Department of Media & Communication, LSE.

Seminar Information including an interview with Professor Chouliaraki

 

Thurs 19 November

4pm-6pm

W/222

Looking up in Scotland? Multinationalism, multiculturalism and political elites

Dr Nasar Meer, University of Strathclyde

Seminar Information including an interview with Dr Meer and a recording of his talk

 

 Thurs 3 December

3pm - 4.30pm

W/222

Youth Politics: Engagement-Disengagement, Rights-Responsibilities, Policy and Practice

Professor Andrew Russell, Manchester University

Seminar Information including an interview with Prof. Russell and a recording of his talk

 

 

Thurs 14 January

4pm- 6pm

W/222

Big Data in Theory and Practice: From Empowering Data Citizens to Persona Non Data

Dr Mark Coté , Kings College London

Seminar information

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Thurs 28 January

4pm- 6pm

W/222

100 years of tear gas: From the battlefields of WWI to the streets of today

Dr Anna Feigenbaum, Bournemouth University

Seminar Information including an interview with Dr Feigenbaum and a recording of her talk

 

Thurs 4 February

4pm- 6pm

W/222

'Loud and proud': Politics and passion in the English Defence League

Professor Hilary Pilkington, Manchester University

Seminar Information

 

Thurs 3 March

4pm- 6pm

W/222

 

You can also view videos of our previous seminar series: