Seminar Series 2017/18

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: A2.01, Alun building unless stated otherwise

Time: Wednesday, 13.00-14.30 unless stated otherwise

Date Speaker Title

Tuesday

10th October, 1-2pm

A101

 

Dr Guido Becke

Ruhr-University Bochum

Intergenerational Justice as a Key to Social Innovation in the Workplace –
The Example of Out-Patient Care

 

11th October

A101

Prof. Abby Peterson
University of Gothenburg

Humanitarian Border Workers in Confrontation with the Swedish State’s Border Making Practices:

“The Death of the Most Generous Country on Earth”

18th October

Dr Matthew Bacon

University of Sheffield

Taking Care of Business: Police Detectives, Drug Law Enforcement and Proactive Investigation

25th October

Dr Sara Dezalay
Cardiff University

Weakness as Routine: Contributing to a research agenda on the weak field of global justice

15th November

Louise Prendergast
PhD Candidate
School of Social Sciences, Bangor University

‘Between the devil and the deep blue sea’. Work and welfare: Policy, practice and discourse
22nd November

Dr Llinos Jehu
University of Birmingham

Older people as co-researchers

6th December

Nicola Harding
Phd Candidate

Manchester Metropolitan University

Places on Probation: Participant Ethnography and Researcher Auto-Ethnography with Women Subject to Punishment in the Community

All welcome