Events

  1. Events
  2. 2018
  3. February

February

  • Feb

    7

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Public

  • Feb

    1

    Thursday

    Seminars

    Public

    Winter Roundtable from The Centre for Competition and Regulatory Policy (CCRP)

  • Feb

    2

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    The innovative flautist plays music for baroque flute, alto flute and bass flute.

  • Feb

    5

    Monday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Alumni

    This seminar presents the findings of a qualitative study that examined the views and experiences of first-time and subsequent fathers reporting symptoms across the continuum of psychological distress.

  • Feb

    6

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Rodolfo Russo (QMUL) for Department of Mathematics, City, University of London

  • Feb

    6

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    The highly acclaimed silent film accompanist performs a live score to Anthony Asquith's 1928 romantic drama, set on and around the London Underground.

  • Feb

    7

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    The King’s Speech is the story of King George VI and the challenges he faced with his stammer. The film is based on the diaries of Lionel Logue, his therapist.

  • Feb

    7

    Wednesday

    Presentations

    Public; Staff; Students; Academics

    These studies reveal how variations in transitional justice policies addressing the disappeared occur, explaining why victims’ groups in some countries are caught in silence while others bring perpetrators to account.

  • Feb

    7

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    In addition to giving copyright holders the right to prohibit reproductions, transmissions and performances of the protected works, European copyright law now regulates issues such as linking to content in the internet, blocking internet sites and providing open WiFi networks, among others. The Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) has addressed these and other important questions related to copyright and fundamental rights in its recent case law. Prof. Mylly will discuss this significant development and how the CJEU has used fundamental rights in its judgments, in particular.

  • Feb

    8

    Thursday

    Seminars

    Public; Staff; Students

  • Feb

    9

    Friday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

  • Feb

    13

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

  • Feb

    13

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Students; Alumni

    An opportunity to hear from, network with and ask careers advice from professionals working in various roles across the music industry, music education and other music-related professions.

  • Feb

    14

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    This paper explores the limits of the principal/agent model for European integration in a post-Lisbon context, taking a legal perspective on the phenomenon of centralization and (re)-delegation of powers seen in the EU 2009 third energy package.

  • Feb

    15

    Thursday

    Seminars

    Public

    Tracey Tracey Lazard, will give an overview of how historic exclusion and discrimination coupled with the impact of austerity and welfare reform are impacting on Disabled people’s equality and inclusion and how the Disabled people’s rights movement, a movement that created the social model of disability and the concept and practice of independent living, is fighting back.

  • Feb

    16

    Friday

    Conferences

    Students

    We join Colgate-Palmolive, Tesco and Dunnhumby to bring you Cass' third Marketing Innovation with hands on advice, innovation and ideas from industry experts.

  • Feb

    20

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Public

    The day will include roundtable sessions, breakout discussion groups and plenary sessions.

  • Feb

    20

    Tuesday

    Alumni Events

    Staff; Students; Alumni; Academics

  • Feb

    20

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by David Berman (QMUL) for Department of Mathematics, City, University of London

  • Feb

    20

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    Works for multichannel electronics, flute and piano, performed by the composer, with Carla Rees and Philip Mead.

  • Feb

    21

    Wednesday

    Alumni Events

    Staff; Students; Alumni; Academics

  • Feb

    21

    Wednesday

    Open days

    Public; Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates

    Thinking of completing a postgraduate course? Attend our Postgraduate Open Evening - an excellent way to find out what studying at City, University of London is like.

  • Feb

    21

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    In this presentation he discusses why as much as how this is done. What does the use of live electronics add? He discusses ideas of poetics in his work. He will look in detail at the works performed in the previous evening’s concert.

  • Feb

    21

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Normative Site, Narrative Insight: The Intergenerational Shaping of Legal Education One Person at a Time

  • Feb

    22

    Thursday

    Alumni Events

    Staff; Students; Alumni; Academics

  • Feb

    22

    Thursday

    Seminars

    Public

    This event will bring together a number of key people in London's creative industries to mark the publication of an e-commerce strategy advice report prepared by Professor David Collins of the City Law School and Dr Stephen Bardle, E-Commerce Adviser, Department for International Trade, London Region.

  • Feb

    23

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    Late masterpieces by Claude Debussy for clarinet, violin, cello and piano.

  • Feb

    27

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

  • Feb

    27

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    A new performance piece by composer Matthew Shlomowitz, in collaboration with choreographer Shila Anaraki and violinist Aisha Orazbayeva.

  • Feb

    28

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    In this talk, Joris Larik will argue that it is a gross oversimplification to conceive of transatlantic relations post-Brexit as a “new” US-UK relationship next to the pre-existing US-EU relationship. Instead, “Brexit” entails a re-calibration of some of the many existing and interdependent triangular relationships the United States maintains with the EU and its Member States.

  • Feb

    28

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    This seminar will explore the intersection of the socially entangled courtly cultures of singing and tourneying as attested by Douce 308, and will discuss ways in which the idealized eroticism of courtly love can been seen in the light of ideas of performative violence.

  • Feb

    28

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    One hallmark of the Queen’s reign has been the diminution of her personal constitutional power. Despite this, or arguably due to this, one of most remarkable features of British public life in the past twenty years has been the rehabilitation of the Monarchy and broader Royal Family when trust in other political institutions has declined. This seminar, forms part of a broader research project, entitled, “Modern Monarchy”.