The School of Geography, Politics and Sociology

Events

Events

Details of our upcoming events are listed below.

  • External seminars - Geography 90

    War and the “Cash of Civilizations”: The Military Turn to Money as a Target, Weapon, and Mission

    Date/Time: 25/10/17 15:00-16:00

    Venue: Daysh 1.29

  • External seminars - Geography 90 years

    Working with the Anthropocene Thesis

    Date/Time: 18/10/17 15:00-16:00

    Venue: Daysh 1.29

  • Sociology Seminar Series Semester 1

    The Ecology of Aging-Services Provision in US Rural Areas

    Date/Time: 08/11/17 16:00-17.30

    Venue: Claremont Bridge 537

  • Sociology Seminar Series Semester 1

    'Health Divides: Where you live can kill you'

    Date/Time: 25th October, 13:00-14:30

    Venue: Claremont Bridge 234

  • Sociology Seminar Series Semester 1

    'My mother and Yang Sheng (养生 life nurturing/health cultivation): a reflexive account of ageing, food and the self in China'

    Date/Time: 15/11/17, 16:00-17.30

    Venue: Claremont Bridge 234

  • Sociology Seminar Series Semester 1

    'Time and the Social Sciences: On Presentism as Method'

    Date/Time: 29/11/17, 13:00-14:30

    Venue: Claremont Bridge 537

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 2

    TBC

    Date/Time: 16/05/18 13:15-14:30

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 2

    TBC

    Date/Time: 02/05/18 13:15-14:30

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 2

    Making sense of the struggle for democracy: how did Brazilian activists conceived of democracy in the 2013 protests?

    Date/Time: 18/04/18 13:15-14:30

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 2

    'What's Wrong with NATO and How to Fix It'

    Date/Time: 14/03/18 13:15-14:30

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 2

    TBC

    Date/Time: 21/02/18 13:15-14:30

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 2

    Fracturing the politics of insecurity: extitutional surveillance and the limits of 'resistance’

    Date/Time: 31/01/18 13:15-14:30

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 1

    Brexit and UK International Development Policy

    Date/Time: 6 December 2017 13:15-14:45

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 1

    Scaling everyday violence

    Date/Time: 29 November 2017 13:15-14:45

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 1

    How the political strategy of the Christian Right cultivated the election of Trump

    Date/Time: 8 November 2017 13:15-14:45

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22

  • Politics Seminar Series Semester 1

    The Prevent Duty and the NHS: Security as Safeguarding?

    Date/Time: 1 November 2017 13:15-14:45

    Venue: Politics Building, room G.22