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

    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

    Concerts

    Public

    The violinist plays six works that in turn explore the risk, excitement, loneliness, quirks, compulsions, and demands of solo playing, including Michael Finnissy's virtuoso 1977 piece “All the trees they are so high” and recent works by Liza Lim, Elena Mendoza and Chikako Morishita.

  • 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

    12

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

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

  • 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

    19

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

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

  • 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

    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

    29

    Friday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Quinn Koike(Zinc VC) and Billie Quinlan for the Research Centre for Machine Learning, City, University of London