5th May 2022
Richard Heffernan discusses enabling electoral disenchantment to be expressed at an election.
15th July 2021
Prof Shonil Bhagwat will give a short lecture followed by a dialogue with British artist Luke Jerram, creator of Gaia, on the topic of Gaia, Sacred Earth, asking if the ways in which we map, represent, talk about, and even talk to the Earth, can change the unsustainable ways in which we relate to our planet.
23rd February 2021
Drawing upon the archive’s visual and audio materials, this presentation will discuss the importance of the project in capturing educational journeys and stories of the past which highlight contested spaces and political identities, as well as illustrating that the collection provides an important resource in the present and future.
Speaker: Philip O’Sullivan and Gabi Kent (Open University)
19th November 2020
Join the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) for a free event on November 19th in collaboration with the British Museum; the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge; and the Natural Environment Research Council Arctic Office.
16th October 2020
The panel discussion will reflect on the best practices learned from India to recruit and retain women in tech. The panellists will reflect on the findings published from Gender, Skilled Migration and IT project (GSM-IT). The speakers will share what they have learned from the published findings, how they have used the findings to change their practice, and how they might use the findings in the future.
23rd June 2020
Open Space Seminar: Liberal Violence and the Racial Borders of the European Union - Dr Arshad Isakjee (Geography, University of Liverpool)
10th June 2019
George Kinder on Life Planning, Mindfulness, and A Golden Civilization
10th June 2019
Moving on and summer study
20th March 2018
This breakfast meetup, will outline lessons the UK can learn from India’s successes in bridging the IT skills gap. This event is organised by GSM-IT (Gender, skilled migration and IT: a comparative study of India and the UK Research Project funded by Economic and Social Science Research Council (ESRC) (UK))
11th November 2016
This Day School will be of interest to qualitative researchers in Arts and Humanities in Social Sciences interested in space, power and the future of visual methods.