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Jun 27

Next Generation: Arts & Social Sciences Lecture Series

Thursday, June 13, 2024 - 13:00 to 20:00, Thursday, June 20, 2024 - 13:00 to 20:00, Thursday, June 27, 2024 - 13:00 to 20:00, Thursday, July 4, 2024 - 13:00 to 20:00

Online

From nineteenth century literature to nuclear activism in 1980s Wales, from English Literature to Criminology, join us for fascinating talks by PhD students in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences every Thursday at 1pm and 7pm, from 13 June – 4 July

Jul 4

Next Generation: Arts & Social Sciences Lecture Series

Thursday, June 13, 2024 - 13:00 to 20:00, Thursday, June 20, 2024 - 13:00 to 20:00, Thursday, June 27, 2024 - 13:00 to 20:00, Thursday, July 4, 2024 - 13:00 to 20:00

Online

From nineteenth century literature to nuclear activism in 1980s Wales, from English Literature to Criminology, join us for fascinating talks by PhD students in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences every Thursday at 1pm and 7pm, from 13 June – 4 July


Previous Events

Next Generation: Arts & Social Sciences Lecture Series

Repeats every week every Thursday until Thu Jul 04 2024.
13th June 2024, 20th June 2024, 27th June 2024, 4th July 2024

From nineteenth century literature to nuclear activism in 1980s Wales, from English Literature to Criminology, join us for fascinating talks by PhD students in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences every Thursday at 1pm and 7pm, from 13 June – 4 July

Next Generation: Arts & Social Sciences Lecture Series

13th June 2024, 20th June 2024, 27th June 2024, 4th July 2024

From nineteenth century literature to nuclear activism in 1980s Wales, from English Literature to Criminology, join us for fascinating talks by PhD students in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences every Thursday at 1pm and 7pm, from 13 June – 4 July

GCSJ Methods surgery: Quantitative and statistical methods

3rd June 2024

The Centre for Global Challenges and Social Justice (GCSJ) aims to connect PGR students with experienced researchers in the format of a ‘methods surgery’ where practical challenges, obstacles, tips and tricks can be discussed.

2nd Annual Research Festival on Global Challenges and Social Justice

15th May 2024 to 17th May 2024

We would like to invite you to join the GCSJ Research Festival on Global Challenges and Social Justice. The festival will bring together a variety of speakers and formats to showcase exciting OU research and give researchers a platform to exchange ideas and expand their networks.

China/Europe and the Changing Global Order Seminar Series

9th May 2024

The Open University and York University present a monthly webinar series. Come along to our webinar and hear Professor J Zeng (Director of Confucius Institute and Academic Director of China Engagement, Professor of China and International Studies at the University of Lancaster), speak on: Belt and Road Initiative at 10: Towards a Sino-Centric World Order?

GCSJ Methods surgery

29th January 2024

The Centre for Global Challenges and Social Justice (GCSJ) aims to connect PGR students with experienced researchers in the format of a ‘methods surgery’ where practical challenges, obstacles, tips and tricks can be discussed.

Community-led Policy Innovation for Local Food-Growing

17th November 2023

Community-led Policy Innovation for Local Food-Growing is a seminar that will present a pilot study funded by the OSC programme.

China/Europe and the Changing Global Order Seminar Series: "Global China" in South America: Infrastructure, Urbanization, and The Postcolonial Question

12th October 2023

The Open University and York University present a monthly webinar series featuring graduate students and early career scholars.

Next seminar is on Thursday 12 October from 12:30 to 14:00 (GMT) by Dr Simone Vegliò from Malmö University, speak on: "Global China" in South America: Infrastructure, Urbanization, and The Postcolonial Question.

China/Europe and the Changing Global Order Seminar Series

14th September 2023

The Open University and York University present a  monthly webinar series featuring graduate stud

China/Europe and the Changing Global Order Seminar Series

24th August 2023

Join Dr Yameng Zhang from Xi'an (Jiaotong-Liverpool University), Dr Weiwei Chen and Dr Filippo Bon (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, The Open University) give a talk on ‘The Impacts of International Friendship Cities (Sister Cities): Evidence from Chinese Cities’.

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