Research events

Upcoming events

24/07/2014 Environmental Controversies and the Public Sphere A comparison of Australian and French Methods for public debate. Part of the Centre for Communication, Politics and Culture, Shortcuts to Research Seminar Series.

29/07/2014 It works just like a gun! Analysing paparazzi's cameras on screen by Dr. Aurore Fossard.

08/08/2014 ‘Marx-type’ and ‘Polanyi-type’ social movements: Helpful heuristic or false dichotomy?’ Dr Gareth Dale, Brunel University, London UK presents ‘Marx-type’ and ‘Polanyi-type’ social movements: Helpful heuristic or false dichotomy?’

13/08/2014 Changing ideas of workplace and home through telework and telework devices: Preliminary findings Sheree Gregory and Larissa Bamberry presents Changing ideas of workplace and home through telework and telework devices: Preliminary findings

18/08/2014 Work & Life - In the creative economy We’re more than artists. We are workers. We have families. We contribute to the economy. We tell stories.

19/08/2014 HDR Seminar on ‘Managing Your Doctoral Project and Supervisors’ Professor Lee Parker will discuss the strategies and processes of successful doctoral students in managing both their overall doctoral project and their relationships with and value to be gained from their doctoral supervisors.

22/08/2014 The politics of sex Professor Linda Brennan presents in the Centre for Communication, Politics and Culture, Shortcuts to Research Seminar Series.

25/08/2014 Colloquium on Qualitative Research Methods in Business and Accounting The 7th annual colloquium will cover a range of qualitative research methods and issues in the business and commerce-related disciplines.

26/08/2014 HIRi Seminar Series- Professor Jacqui Matthews This seminar covers structural and biophysical approaches to understanding how gene regulatory complexes control normal blood cell development but can also contribute to leukemia.

29/08/2014 Overdue? Pregnancy Discrimination as an Industrial Issue Sara Charlesworth presents Overdue? Pregnancy Discrimination as an Industrial Issue

There are currently no research seminars scheduled at this time. Future events will be listed here when available.