Upcoming Seminars

Mar 10 12:00 pm

Weighted Non-Crossing Quantile Regressions

Seminar, John Crank - Room 128

Speaker: Dr Ilaria Amerise (University of Calabria, Italy)

Mar 10 1:00 pm

Theorising Transnational Childhoods: Networks, Capital and Social Reproduction

Seminar, Gaskell Building Room 239

Karen Wells, Birkbeck University of London

Mar 10 2:00 pm

Chris Millington (University of Swansea) "Political Violence in Interwar France"

Seminar, GASK 117

Chris Millington (University of Swansea) "Political Violence in Interwar France" (Co-sponsored by the Isambard Centre for Historical Research)

Mar 11 3:00 pm

Design for Experience

Seminar, Tower A Room 049

Speaker: Professor Paul Hekkert, Delft University of Technology

Mar 11 3:00 pm

Psychology Seminar - Dr. Janelle Jones (Queen Mary, University of London)

Seminar, Marie Jahoda Building Room 118

The topic of her talk is group membership and identity

Mar 11 4:00 pm

A Symposium on the Comedy of Sacha Baron Cohen

Seminar, 003a Seminar Room, Eastern Gateway Building

Mar 12 2:00 pm

Development of the SPH method and application to structural integrity

Seminar, John Crank - Room 128

Speaker: Professor Rade Vignjevic

Mar 13 12:00 am

Generic Ontology of Datatypes

Seminar, St Johns Building - Room 004

Speaker: Dr Pance Panov, Jozef Stefan Institute, Dept. of Knowledge Technologies (Slovenia)

Mar 17 1:00 pm

'Dying language' or ' Living monument'? Language ideologies, practices and policies in the case of Griko

Seminar, Gaskell Building Room 239

Manuela Pellegrino, UCL/Brunel University

Mar 18 11:00 am

AARC research seminar

Seminar, ESGW 103

Lawrence Wu - Standard Business Reporting

Mar 18 4:00 pm

From structural bioinformatics to computational synthetic biology

Seminar, St Johns Building - Room 050

Speaker: Alessandro Pandini

Mar 19 2:00 pm

The aeroacoustics of the owl

Seminar, John Crank : Room 128

Speaker: Professor Nigel Peake,Cambridge University

Mar 19 4:00 pm

Luiza Bialasiewicz (Amsterdam) 'At Europe's frontier: Mobilizing Borders in the Southern Mediterranean'

Seminar, MRJD 117

Luiza Bialasiewicz (Amsterdam), 'At Europe's frontier: Mobilizing Borders in the Southern Mediterranean' Co-sponsored by the Magna Carta Institute

Mar 24 1:00 pm

Education as Humanitarianism: Consequences of Schooling Exclusion among the Children of Migrants in Sabah, East Malaysia

Seminar, Gaskell Building Room 239

Catherine Allerton, London School of Economics

Mar 24 5:00 pm

Entanglement Entropy in 1+1 Dimensional Quantum Field Theory

Seminar, John Crank - Room 128

Speaker: Olalla Castro Alvaredo (City University London)

Mar 25 2:00 pm

Monica Fernandes (Brunel), 'Women and protest: the Federation of South African Women and the Black Sash in the apartheid era, 1952-1962'

Seminar, GASK 117

Monica Fernandes (Brunel), 'Women and protest: the Federation of South African Women and the Black Sash in the apartheid era, 1952-1962.' Co-sponsored by the Isambard Centre for Historical Research

Mar 25 3:00 pm

Psychology Seminar - Dr. Eva Krumhuber (University College London)

Seminar, Gaskell Building Room 210

The title of her talk is: "Real or fake? Boundaries in social perception"

Mar 25 4:00 pm

From Boundary Spanning to Creolization: a study of Chinese software and services outsourcing vendors.

Seminar, St Johns Building - Room 050

Speaker: Dr Pamela Abbott, Brunel University

Apr 21 4:00 pm

Legal and Social Responses to Gang-Related Gender Violence

Seminar, MRSC202 Mary Seacole Building

This seminar is organised by the Centre for Youth Work Studies as part of its 2014-15 seminar series “Violence and Young People: Approaches to Study and Intervention”

Apr 22 11:00 am

AARC research seminar

Seminar, ESGW 103

Sue Hardman - Transitioning students’ independent learning skills: How realistic are the expectations of year one tutors in the Business School?

May 19 5:00 pm

How can Sex and Relationships Education Help Combat Violence?

Seminar, MRSC202 Mary Seacole Building

This seminar is organised by the Centre for Youth Work Studies as part of its 2014-15 seminar series “Violence and Young People: Approaches to Study and Intervention”

May 20 11:00 am

AARC research seminar

Seminar, ESGW 103

Dr Nevine El-Tawy - The effects of the management accounting practices in the oil and gas industry

May 22 1:00 pm

Thinking Space’ on Violence and Young People

Seminar, MRSC302 Mary Seacole Building

This workshop is organised by the Centre for Youth Work Studies as part of its 2014-15 seminar series “Violence and Young People: Approaches to Study and Intervention

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