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Current Events

Wed
27
Oct

“Backbone: Single Black Motherhood Reappraised” A Black History Month even.

4.30PM, CWS students and staff should be able to see this event (with the Zoom link inside) on their Google Calendar timetable. If you're unable to see or access the session, please email (cws@york.ac.uk)

Dr. Miranda Armstrong, University of York

Wed
10
Nov

Public lecture

4.30PM, CWS students and staff should be able to see this event (with the Zoom link inside) on their Google Calendar timetable. If you're unable to see or access the session, please email (cws@york.ac.uk)

Professor. Stevi Jackson, University of York

Fri
19
Nov

Online: Consent through Creativity Workshop by Running at Walls Theatre Company

10.00AM, CWS students and staff should be able to see this event (with the Zoom link inside) on their Google Calendar timetable. If you're unable to see or access the session, please email (cws@york.ac.uk)

Organised by Dr. Boriana Alexandrova

Wed
24
Nov

Taking Care: Mental Health & Well-Being Workshop

1.30PM, CWS students and staff should be able to see this event (with the Zoom link inside) on their Google Calendar timetable. If you're unable to see or access the session, please email (cws@york.ac.uk)

Susie Gridley, CWS/Sociology Well-being Officer

Wed
1
Dec

End-of-term Holiday Social

3.00PM, CWS students and staff should be able to see this event (with the Zoom link inside) on their Google Calendar timetable. If you're unable to see or access the session, please email (cws@york.ac.uk)

Dr Boriana Alexandrova

Past Events

Applying for a PhD Workshop

Wednesday 20 October 2021

Applying for A PhD workshop

End of term social

Wednesday 23 June 2021

End of term social

Understanding the Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence Experience and Addiction

Wednesday 16 June 2021

Understanding the Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence Experience and Addiction

Conducting your fieldwork: Top Tips from Feminist Researchers Workshop

Wednesday 9 June 2021

This workshop will be perfect for you if you are in the midst of planning or conducting your fieldwork, either for your MA dissertation or the early stages of your PhD

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