Friday, March 13, 2020 - 09:00 to 17:00
University College London
Children on the move: Unsettling narratives of care, childhood, and the migration ‘crisis’: A joint symposium between The Open University and UCL. CFP is open.
6th December 2019
A Culture & Social Psychology Symposium, The Open University-LSE
22nd November 2019
The Culture and Social Psychology group (CuSP) from The Open University will host a seminar and reception to launch this new book.
10th June 2019
Moving on and summer study
7th June 2019
The Annual Lecture is to be given by Tania Zittoun, Professor of sociocultural psychology at the Institute of psychology and education (IPSYED). This talk, titled 'Transitions and imagination: expanding into older age', brings together two of her core interests: life transitions and the imagination.
This event is FREE, please register here.
16th May 2019
Organised by the Culture and Social Psychology Research Collaboration in the School of Psychology, this colloquium will bring together current research from three Open University Faculties (FASS, WELS and FBL) whose work addresses the between worlds issue.
9th May 2019
We would like to invite you to this free seminar which will focus on how mothers are understood in social media contexts to explore the complex and nuanced social worlds in which they go about their everyday lives.
29th March 2019
In this seminar, two panels of social psychologists, from UEL and The Open University, will speak on the importance of emergence in their own research.
25th March 2019
We would like to invite you to this free seminar which will focus on how young women engage with and are understood in social media contexts to explore the complex and nuanced social worlds in which they go about their everyday lives.
25th January 2019
This presentation explores the rhetoric of the national Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) commemoration ceremony, as broadcast on British television. Dr Richardson argues that the televised national ceremonies should be approached as an example of multi-genre epideictic rhetoric, working up meanings through a hybrid combination of genres (speeches, poems, readings), author/animators and modes (speech, music, light, movement and silence) – meanings that have an epideictic function in that they invoke and recreate “norm circles”.
15th June 2018
You are cordially invited to the launch of Culture and Social Psychology (CuSP), a new research nexus stemming from The Open University’s School of Psychology. Alongside director Professor Paul Stenner’s introduction, the launch event will feature talks by Professor Lynne Segal (Birkbeck) and Professor Peter Hegarty (University of Surrey).
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