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Alumni Mentoring Scheme
The Department of Politics and International Relations successfully held the Alumni Mentoring Scheme Final Event on Saturday 31st May.
Located in Academic Departments / Politics and International Relations / News and Events
Blog Entry Research on Sikh gurdwaras in England and the 18th century wallpaper trade to be presented
Lectures by two PhD graduates will take place on Wednesday 7 February
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / February
Blog Entry College Research Bulletin (Winter 2017)
Read about many of the new and exciting research projects taking place across the college, including two projects with international significance.
Located in Colleges / College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities / News and Events
Blog Entry New research projects within the College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
Appointments, Nominations, Research Infrastructure Awards and Doctoral Studentships in the College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities.
Located in Colleges / College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities / News and Events
Blog Entry University announces new Vice-Chancellor
Chief Executive of the Economic and Social Research Council and President of Science Europe, Professor Paul Boyle, to succeed Professor Sir Bob Burgess in October
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / January
Blog Entry Forthcoming Symposium about Migration
“We are here because you were there”: Immigrants’ Responses to the Rise of Anti-Immigrant Discourses in Britain
Located in Academic Departments / Sociology / News and Events
Blog Entry Featured Book: 'Creative Justice' by Mark Banks
Mark Banks' new book, Creative Justice: Cultural Industries, Work and Inequality, is the College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities featured book for this quarter (March 2017).
Located in Colleges / College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities / News and Events
Blog Entry Racism at the Crossroads
Lecture for staff and students on racial inequality.
Located in Academic Departments / Sociology / News and Events
Blog Entry Seminar hosted by Department of Sociology ‘In the Blood: Genetic Markers of Identity’- 18 February 2015
Professor Mark Jobling from the Department of Genetics will deliver a seminar for staff and students on the genetic markers of identity. This event is open to all staff and students from across the university. It is free to attend and you do not need to book.
Located in Academic Departments / Sociology / News and Events
Blog Entry Be social: Doctoral Inaugural Lectures for the social sciences
The University Graduate School is continuing its annual showcase of outstanding PhD graduates with free lectures on 30 March.
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / March

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