Admission Price: Free to attend, please sign up to RSVP
'Class and Work in post-crisis Britain'
The presentations will be followed by a panel debate.
The Rosemary Crompton Memorial Lecture Series
Professor Rosemary Crompton was a pioneering sociologist. Her insights into class and gender inequalities produced a large body of work which continue to have resonance today. After Rosemary’s premature death in 2011, the academic community sought to perpetuate her memory by holding an Annual Rosemary Crompton Memorial Lecture. The lecture series is organised around the key themes of her work: gender, class and employment.
The Rosemary Crompton Memorial Lecture Series is a public event and is open to all. However, we do ask attendees to register online.
Help Support the Rosemary Crompton Memorial Lecture Series Fund
We are seeking donations from those who knew or worked with Rosemary to help with the running costs of the event and ensure the future sustainability of the series. Any donated funds will be retained in a dedicated fund to support the Rosemary Crompton Memorial Lecture Series.
Please select the ‘Rosemary Crompton Lecture Fund’ from the drop-down menu to donate directly to this fund.
Visit the dedicated webpage for the Rosemary Crompton Memorial Lecture Series, and watch a video of last year's event.
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When & where
5.00pm - 7.00pmWednesday 10th May 2017