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Blog Entry Sound bites from Sociology
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Blog Entry Symposium to celebrate sociologist Pearl Jephcott
This one-day symposium, run by the Department of Sociology, aims to celebrate the life and work of sociologist Pearl Jephcott.
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Blog Entry The Department of Sociology has a new full PHD studentship available as a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA)
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Blog Entry The Department of Sociology is hosting a symposium with leading academics on 'The Animal Challenge to the Social Sciences'
A symposium organised jointly by the University of Leicester and the University of Warwick. To be held at College Court, University of Leicester May 19-20 2016
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Blog Entry The induction time-table for first year (2016/2017) undergraduate students is now available.
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Blog Entry The University of Leicester’s College of Social Science is due to host a major international conference on Social Science Methodology!
This will be the “RC33 9th International Conference on Social Science Methodology 11th -16th September 2016”. The conference will be for 500 delegates and will take place on the main University campus.
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Blog Entry Two New PhD Studentships
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Blog Entry Upcoming talk in the Sociology Seminar Series (Feb 17th): Are there distinctive clusters of higher and lower status universities in the UK?
Seminar Series Talk on Feb 17th: Are there distinctive clusters of higher and lower status universities in the UK?
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Blog Entry Why should sociology use agent based modelling?
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