The School of Geography, Politics and Sociology

Events

Events

Details of our upcoming events are listed below.

  • New Approaches to Masculinities

    Date/Time: 24 Feb 2017 13:00

    Venue: 3.04 Stephenson Building

  • Semester 2 Geography Seminar Series: How does space shape the making of law

    Alex Jeffrey, Cambridge University

    Date/Time: 17 May 2017, 16:00

    Venue: Daysh 3.76

  • Semester 2 Geography Seminar Series: Ice sheet to ocean: ice motion, ice loss, and icebergs

    Twila Moon, Bristol University

    Date/Time: 22 March 2017, 16:00

    Venue: Daysh 3.76

  • Semester 2 Geography Seminar Series: Investigating the hydrology and dynamics of the Greenland Ice

    Peter Nienow, Edinburgh University

    Date/Time: 15 March 2017, 16:00

    Venue: Daysh 3.76

  • Semester 2 Geography Seminar Series: Intergenerational Justice, Consumption and Sustainability in Comparative Perspective

    Date/Time: 3 May 2017, 16:00

    Venue: Daysh 3.76

  • Secrets in Family Life: When are Secrets ok?

    Dr Lucy Frith, University of Liverpool

    Date/Time: 22 March 2017 16:00

    Venue: CLB 537

  • Citizenship in an Era of Fragility: Identities, Inequalities and Imaginations.

    Free One Day Symposium, Sociology, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, 15th of March 2017

    Date/Time: 15th March 2017 9 - 5

    Venue: Devonshire Building, Newcastle University, rooms G20,G21/22 and G27.

  • Decolonising Political Economy Concepts, Step One – ‘The Market’: Crusoe, Friday and the Raced Market Frame of Orthodox Economics Textbooks

    Prof Matthew Watson (Warwick)

    Date/Time: 8 March 2017 13:00

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Workshop: Contemporary Spaces of (Greater) Central Asia

    This workshop will bring together postgraduate students and early career researchers to share their knowledge and expertise on the (Greater) Central Asia region.

    Date/Time: 21 - 22 March 2017

    Venue: The Research Beehive, Newcastle University

  • Balancing Accuracy and Outcomes: A Qualitative Study of Norwegian GPs’ Approach to Diagnosing ‘Medically Unexplained Symptoms’

    Erik Børve Rasmussen, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences

    Date/Time: 08 March 2017 16:00

    Venue: CLB 537

  • Governing Juridical Sex: The Biopolitics of Trans Sterilisation in Finland

    Dr Jemima Repo, Newcastle University

    Date/Time: 17 May 2017 16:00

    Venue: CLB 537

  • Life with an Implantable Cardiac Defibrillator: The Process of Becoming an Everyday Cyborg

    Dr Gill Haddow, the University of Edinburgh

    Date/Time: 10 May 2017 16:00

    Venue: CLB 537

  • All That was Solid: Displacement, Demolition and Time-Spaces of Performance

    Prof. David Pinder, Roskilde University

    Date/Time: 03 May 2017 16:00

    Venue: CLB 537

  • Tyneside Geographical Lecture: Citizenship and Equality

    Vera Baird, QC and Kaneez Shaid, PhD, MBE, in conversation

    Date/Time: 9 March 2017 17:30

    Venue: Curtis Auditorium, Herschel Building, Newcastle University