Seminar Series 2018

Semester 2 Programme

Supported by Bangor WISERD, the School Research Seminars run approximately every three weeks over two semesters and include presentations from staff and research students within the School of Social Sciences, other research centres within the University, and visiting speakers.

Venue: All seminars are held in Alun 2.01 unless otherwise stated. 

Time: 1pm-2.30pm

Date Speaker Title

7th February

Dr Llinos Jehu, University of Birmingham

‘Why are we doing this?  Older people as co-researchers’

14th February

Dr Angela Hof, University of Salzburg

‘Urban green matters’

7th March

Dr Bethan Loftus, Bangor University

‘Invisible policing: inside the world of covert surveillance’
18th Apri

Dr Alison Orrell, Dr David, Dallimore and Dr Anne Krayer: Bangor University

‘Social network analysis for modelling integrated care services for older people with complex needs: a feasibility study’

25th April David Beck, Bangor University ‘Food poverty and food bank use: rediscovering the deserving and undeserving poor’  

9th May

Dr Alexandra Plows, Bangor University

‘A ‘messily embedded’ ethnography of redundancy in the Welsh nuclear industry’

16th May Dr MiYoung Ahn, Bangor University ‘Students’ sense of belonging in higher education’

All welcome