Career Decision Making of Astrophysicists
In this seminar Jarita Holbrook will discuss her work in the ASTROMOVES project, which traces the lived experiences of astrophysicists as they move from their PhDs into the beyond.
The 2021 Mobilization of 1948 Palestinians
The Contemporary Middle East Series, brings together scholars and practitioners with expertise on the Middle East to share their experience and work in a series of public lectures.
The series is convened by the Middle East Research Group within the Politics and International Relations at the University of Edinburgh.
PIR Book Launch: Arbitrary States by Rebecca Tapscott
This event marks the launch of a new book, Arbitrary States, which draws on the Museveni regime’s governance in Uganda to understand contemporary authoritarianism.
CAS Seminar - Angola’s Securitized state: elections, corruption and militarisation
CAS Seminar Series - Angola’s Securitized state: elections, corruption and militarisation
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STIS Seminar - Ramón Barthelemy
A special seminar with Ramón Barthelemy on Queering Physics: A History of the Queer Rights in the USA and LGBT+ Advocacy in Physics.
Social Anthropology Seminar: Book talk: Captured at Sea: Piracy and Protection in the Indian Ocean
From 2007–2012, maritime piracy off the coast of Somalia captivated global attention.
CAS Seminar - The Uncommon Sense of Biogas: Waste, Ethics, & Good Energy in Off-Grid Tanzania
CAS Seminar Series - The Uncommon Sense of Biogas: Waste, Ethics, & Good Energy in Off-Grid Tanzania
Families and Food in Hard Times: European Comparative Research
Drawing on her recently published book of the same name (co-authored with Professor Julia Brannen) Dr Rebecca O'Connell will introduce the Families and Food in Hard Times project and explain how it conceptualised food poverty in wealthy societies, She will also discuss the study’s design and focus on households as resource units, and share some findings and recommendations.
The Place of Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences
In this seminar, Dr Charlotte Brookfield will discuss the identity and learning journey of quantitative social scientists in the UK.