Events

  1. Events
  2. 2019
  3. March

March

  • Mar

    1

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    Coinciding with St David’s Day, violinist Madeleine Mitchell introduces the music of 20th century Welsh composer Grace Williams, with live performances of her chamber music in celebration of a new album on Naxos Records, recorded in City’s Sound Studios.

  • Mar

    4

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    welcomes Dr Una Foye will discuss their finding on caring for people with mental health problems on acute care physical health wards as part of the research seminar series.

  • Mar

    4

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    Join us City, University for a discussion with Abira Hussein on how the HoloLens experience and photogrammetry workshops inspired Somali communities to digitise their own heritage objects and share their personal stories

  • Mar

    5

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Weini Huang (QMUL) for the Department of Mathematics, City, University of London

  • Mar

    5

    Tuesday

    Lectures

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni

    In this seminar, Lyndsey Stonebridge argues that mass statelessness provoked writers and intellectuals into new thinking about sovereignty, humanism and the future of human rights.

  • Mar

    5

    Tuesday

    Public

    The City Law School is hosting the book launch for Professor Baudenbacher’s latest book, entitled Judicial Independence – Memoirs of a European Judge (Springer, 2019).

  • Mar

    5

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    The violinist plays six works that in turn explore the risk, excitement, loneliness, quirks, compulsions, and demands of solo playing, including recent works by Liza Lim, Elena Mendoza and Chikako Morishita.

  • Mar

    6

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Join us at City, University of London for an Event from the Psychology Department A quantum-probabilistic paradigm: Non-consequential reasoning and state dependence in investment choice

  • Mar

    6

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Interactive debate from the BAME Network

  • Mar

    6

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Laudan Nooshin will address romanticised discourses how the internet is presented as a democratising space, disconnected from relationships of power in the physical world, by considering the case of women musicians in Iran whose relationship with cyberspace suggests that the internet may serve to hide as much as it reveals.

  • Mar

    6

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    RCCES Seminar

  • Mar

    6

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Simon Moorhead, award winning film and television producer with credits such as Dave McKean's Luna (2014), Neil Gaiman's Mirromask (2005) and Ghostwatch Live (2001), will talk to students at City about his early career and his experience working with the BBC, ITV and The Jim Henson Company

  • Mar

    7

    Thursday

    Workshops

    Staff

    This City Learning & Teaching Forum will focus on the topic of Improving Student Achievement at City, with a particular focus on ethnicity-based attainment gaps, and differential outcomes for equality groups

  • Mar

    8

    Friday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Dr Greg Slabaugh for the Research Centre for Machine Learning, School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering, City, University of London

  • Mar

    8

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    The acclaimed singer/songwriter performs an intimate set coloured by jazz and contemporary songwriting, including work inspired by the writers Clarissa Pinkola Estes and Rebecca Solnit, and settings of words by Rupi Kaur and Virginia Woolf.

  • Mar

    11

    Monday

    Public

    Invited talk about "Blockchain and Smart Contracts".

  • Mar

    11

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    City, University of London welcomes Dr. Nathalie Leister to discuss their finding on the research Clinical outcomes and women’s decision making in Brazilian birth centres as part of the research seminar series.

  • Mar

    11

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    After Hours Shelley King CityLIS After Hours – Shelley King and Daniel Rose: Identifying and Promoting Your Skills

  • Mar

    12

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Ali Mostafazadeh (Koc) for the Department of Mathematics, City, University of London

  • Mar

    12

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Public

    James Griffith will be joining us to discuss his findings, including how China is exporting its technology abroad and how companies like Google and Facebook are compromising core values to gain access to the Chinese market.

  • Mar

    12

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    A new project from the experimental pianist, using text, electronic processing and field recordings as a form of musical activism, engaging with the overwhelming issue of climate change in a unique and powerful way.

  • Mar

    13

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students

    Since the turn of the century, South American governments and regional organisations have adopted the world's most open discourse on migration and citizenship. At a time when restrictive choices were becoming increasingly predominant around the world, South American policymakers presented their discourse as being both an innovative and exceptional 'new paradigm' and part of a morally superior, avant-garde path in policymaking. This book provides a critical examination of the South American legal framework through a historical and comparative analysis.

  • Mar

    13

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Since the turn of the century, South American governments and regional organisations have adopted the world's most open discourse on migration and citizenship. At a time when restrictive choices were becoming increasingly predominant around the world, South American policymakers presented their discourse as being both an innovative and exceptional 'new paradigm' and part of a morally superior, avant-garde path in policymaking. This book provides a critical examination of the South American legal framework through a historical and comparative analysis.

  • Mar

    13

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Legal Practice Course Open Evening to find out more about the LPC at The City Law School.

  • Mar

    13

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Join us at City, University of London for a discussion hosted by Sarah Nicholls regarding her project to re-design the piano as well as share her latest project, ‘Musical Activism’

  • Mar

    13

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni

    Join us at City, University of London for a discussion with Atul Bhardwaj discusses his new book - India Lydia Hughes - America Relations (1942-62)

  • Mar

    13

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Maya Lester QC has a wide ranging practice in public law, European law, competition law, international law and human rights. She founded and co-writes the sanctions law blog europeansanctions.com with nearly 6000 followers around the world. She represents and advises hundreds of companies and individuals before the European and English courts and has acted in most of the leading cases including Kadi, VTB, Tay Za, Central Bank of Iran, NITC and IRISL

  • Mar

    13

    Wednesday

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

    Cass Global Women's Leadership Programme is delighted to welcome these extraordinary business leaders to Cass Business School. In 2018, we conducted a survey to understand Cass Women so that we can serve our community better and broaden the depth of our reach. We now invite you to join us on an evening where we will reflect on what we learned. Our Coca-Cola Executive MBA Erin Walsh will moderate a discussion on the results with a panel of male and female leaders, from a range of experiences and expertise reflecting on definitions of success, personal and organisational barriers to progression of female leaders and what we can offer in the future to support Cass Women. Speakers: Jane Duncan – director of Jane Duncan Architects and former President of Royal Institute of British Architects Michael Cole-Fontayn – chairman of Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment , chairman of Association of Financial Markets in Europe, founding Chairman of global programme the 30% Club Magda Piatkowska - Head of Data Science Solutions at BBC News Nathan Roberts – CEO of A Band of Brothers Niki Scordi - CEO of ADVANCE Charity Wendi Lai - Founder of Lonbrella Further details about the event will be available shortly. We are looking forward to welcoming you to the event.

  • Mar

    14

    Thursday

    Public

    As Transformation Lead at the Cabinet Office's Government Digital Service, Simon Everest will discuss the delivery of new digital services across the UK government since 2011.

  • Mar

    14

    Thursday

    Seminars

    Public

    The presentation will focus on being Inclusive in employment

  • Mar

    14

    Thursday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Legal Practice Course Open Evening to find out more about the LPC at The City Law School.

  • Mar

    15

    Friday

    Panel Discussions

    Public; Staff; Students; Academics

    Roundtable on infrastructure industry regulatory agencies should regulate the Financial and Financing Structures

  • Mar

    15

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    Award-winning flautist Alena Walentin performs a recital including York Bowen's lyrical flute sonata and her own arrangements of Vitali's Chaconne and Rachmaninoff's Elegie, op. 3 no. 1.

  • Mar

    15

    Friday

    Seminars

    Public

    Seminar by Devanshi Upreti (Ocado Technology) for the Centre for Machine Learning, School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering, City, University of London

  • Mar

    18

    Monday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Professor Lucy Henry for the Centre for Language and Communication Science Research at the School of Health Science, City, University of London

  • Mar

    18

    Monday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Research Seminar by Dr Agathoklis Giaralis, Senior Lecturer in Structural Engineering, City, University of London

  • Mar

    18

    Monday

    Lectures

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni

    Roundtable discussion followed by keynote lecture

  • Mar

    18

    Monday

    Lectures

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni

    Keynote lecture following roundtable policy discussion

  • Mar

    18

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    Join us at City, University of London for a discussion with Monica Sajeva exploring the effects of this shift on the everyday approach, response and position, while referencing a small scale PgCert study that investigates the pedagogical lens of UAL librarians within the decolonisation movement.

  • Mar

    19

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Misha Portnoi (Exeter) for the Department of Mathematics, City, University of London

  • Mar

    19

    Tuesday

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

    Richard Sharp of BoE presents his views about the central bank independence at Cass.

  • Mar

    19

    Tuesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Poet, novelist and writer Kirsty Logan is coming to City for a conversation about her work and a Q&A. Kirsty's first story collection, The Rental Heart & Other Fairytales, won the Scott Prize, the Polari First Book Prize, and the Saboteur Award.

  • Mar

    19

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    A performance of traditional Balinese gamelan music and dance, performed by students of City, University of London’s Department of Music, directed by Andy Channing and featuring virtuoso Balinese dancer Ni Made Pujawati.

  • Mar

    20

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Since the turn of the century, South American governments and regional organisations have adopted the world's most open discourse on migration and citizenship. At a time when restrictive choices were becoming increasingly predominant around the world, South American policymakers presented their discourse as being both an innovative and exceptional 'new paradigm' and part of a morally superior, avant-garde path in policymaking. This book provides a critical examination of the South American legal framework through a historical and comparative analysis.

  • Mar

    21

    Thursday

    Lectures

    Public

    All are welcome to this launch event for the recently published essay collection, Planned Violence: Post/Colonial Urban Infrastructure, Literature & Culture, edited by Professor Elleke Boehmer and Dr Dominic Davies.

  • Mar

    22

    Friday

    Staff; Students

    The talk is by Ruth Barnett based on this years Holocaust memorial day theme "Torn from Home" and from the play that her son has put together "What Price for Justice".

  • Mar

    22

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    The City Balkan Ensemble, led by violinist and singer Gundula Gruen, presents vibrant music from Eastern Europe and the Balkans, from both Romany and folk traditions.

  • Mar

    22

    Friday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Ashley Mason and Christos Hadjinikolis (Data Reply) for the Research Centre for Machine Learning, School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering, City, University of London

  • Mar

    23

    Saturday

    Seminars

    Students; Academics

    Legal Practice Course Open Evening to find out more about the LPC at The City Law School.

  • Mar

    25

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    Since the turn of the century, South American governments and regional organisations have adopted the world's most open discourse on migration and citizenship. At a time when restrictive choices were becoming increasingly predominant around the world, South American policymakers presented their discourse as being both an innovative and exceptional 'new paradigm' and part of a morally superior, avant-garde path in policymaking. This book provides a critical examination of the South American legal framework through a historical and comparative analysis.

  • Mar

    25

    Monday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Sat Gupta (University of North Carolina, Greensboro) for the Department of Mathematics, City, University of London

  • Mar

    25

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    After Hours Alex Hailey. Details TBC

  • Mar

    25

    Monday

    Lectures

    Public

    Johnny Ball public lecture

  • Mar

    26

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Join us at City, University of London for a talk with Dr Scott McLaughlin that looks at composition as the development of strategies for structuring the indeterminate sounding of an unstable instrument.

  • Mar

    26

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Much of the peculiarity of the history of brands and trade marks in Britain derives from the distinct media technologies in which they were once advertised and communicated. The talk will explore not only the atypical character [of] merchandising contracts but also the institutional and media-technological settings that conditioned their legal lives and disputes.

  • Mar

    26

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    The adventurous pianist returns to City with a programme pitting the piano against film montages, electronics and multimedia, including music by Nicole Lizée, Christopher Fox and new work by Kanga himself.

  • Mar

    27

    Wednesday

    Awards

    Staff; Students

    SHS will be holding their Student and Placement of the Year Awards 2019 at Senate House.

  • Mar

    27

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Since the turn of the century, South American governments and regional organisations have adopted the world's most open discourse on migration and citizenship. At a time when restrictive choices were becoming increasingly predominant around the world, South American policymakers presented their discourse as being both an innovative and exceptional 'new paradigm' and part of a morally superior, avant-garde path in policymaking. This book provides a critical examination of the South American legal framework through a historical and comparative analysis.

  • Mar

    27

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Sam Friedman is Associate Professor of Sociology at the London School of Economics. He has published widely on class, culture and social mobility, and recently co-authored The Class Ceiling: Why it Pays to be Privileged.

  • Mar

    27

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students

    Food Thinkers: Preference - the missing ingredient in food policy

  • Mar

    27

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Larson's Powell talk will look at a number of aspects of film music theory, including some inconsistencies in “critical” perspectives and problems in defining the field’s object.

  • Mar

    28

    Thursday

    Seminars

    Public

    Promoting diversity and sharing experiences across City’s community at our interactive development day

  • Mar

    28

    Thursday

    Lectures

    Public

    Oliver Bullough is a journalist and author from Wales. He has a special interest in the former Soviet Union and financial crime, and has written several books about these issues.

  • Mar

    28

    Thursday

    Concerts

    Public

    Hear the world premiere of a newly commissioned multi-disciplinary work by Icelandic composer and City graduate Lilja María Ásmundsdóttir, and a new collaboration with City’s Field Recording Ensemble.

  • Mar

    29

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    A performance of traditional Javanese gamelan music, performed by students of City, University of London’s Department of Music, directed by Andy Channing.