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Seminars run by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences are open to all our postgraduate students and academic staff, and some are also open to members of the public and other institutions.

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School of Area Studies, Sociology, History, Politics and Literature

Date Time Description Speaker Open to Link and/or location
7 February 2024 11.00am - 12.00pm SASSHPL Research Seminar: Dickinson and her British Contemporaries: the Invention of Victorian Poetry. Dr. Paraic Finnerty All welcome Milldam Building LE0.04
8 February 2024 12.30pm - 1.30pm Joint SASSHPL / CEISR Research Seminar: Ransoming Prisoners in Precolonial Muslim West Africa - Contemporary Ramifications Dr. Jennifer Lofkrantz, Associate Professor of History, Gulf University for Science and Technology All welcome Milldam Building LE1.01
6 March 2024 11.00am - 12.00pm SASSHPL Research Seminar: An opportunity to get to know our two new colleagues and hear about their research. Colonial practices of knowledge production: Western academia in explaining the Russo-Ukrainian war.

 

Dr. Pedro Salgado and Dr. Ostap Kushnir All welcome Milldam Building LE1.04
10 April 2024 11.00am - 12.00pm SASSHPL Research Workshop: Everything you need to know about funding and your funding journey. Helen Walker (FHSS RIO) All welcome Milldam Building LE0.06
1 May 2024 11.00am - 12.00pm Joint SASSHPL-CEISR Research Seminar: Writing about refugees in modern world history. Peter Gatrell, Professor of Refugee Studies at the University of Manchester All welcome Milldam Building LE1.04
5 June 2024 11.00am - 12.00pm FHSS Research Workshop: How to Review funding Applications Helen Walker (FHSS RIO) All welcome Milldam Building LE1.01

School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Date Time Description Speaker Open to Link and/or location
31 January 2024 3.00pm - 4.00pm Elephant in the Sales room: The fight to save Elephants: The Ivory Act, 2018 Dr Caroline Cox PGR students and staff

St George's Building 0.22 and online.

Students and staff: follow this link

2 February 2024 11.00am - 12.00pm UK's Counter-Terrorism and its impact on people Dr. Layla Aitlhadj PGR students and staff Burnaby Building 4.05
5 February 2024 9.45am - 4.30pm Annual Terrorism and Extremism Colloquium hosted by the European Society of Criminology Working Group on Radicalization, Extremism, and Terrorism (WG-Extreme) and the Centre for Cybercrime and Economic Crime (CCEC) - University of Portsmouth Centre for Cybercrime and Economic Crime PGR students and staff

Students and staff: book your place here

28 February 2024 4.00pm - 5.00pm Freshwater aquatic taphonomy; the impact of temperature and novel fly species observations Dr Helen McGonigal and Dr Kat Brown PGR students and staff

St George's Building 0.22 and online. Students and staff: follow this link

13 March 2024 4.00pm - 5.00pm The Great Escape Iceland Style: how do escapes from prison change prisons? Prof. Francis Pakes PGR students and staff

St George's Building 0.22 and online. Students and staff: follow this link


School of Education, Languages and Linguistics

Date Time Description Speaker Open to Link and/or location
14 February 2024 11.00am - 12.00pm Joint Research Webinar (Uop/Ternopil University) (2) Short talks by colleagues from Ternopil University (Ukraine) & from UoP PGR students and staff

Students and staff: follow this link

28 February 2024 11.00am - 12.00pm Language education and de-coloniality: a Panel discussion Ruanni Tupas (UCL) and Khawla Badwan (Manchester Metropolitan University) PGR students and staff Park Building Learning Resources Centre
13 March 2024 12.00pm - 1.00pm TBC Dr Jeremy Scott, University of Kent PGR students and staff Park Building Learning Resources Centre

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All our faculties run seminars open to academics and students within the University and in the global research community.