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  1. Feb

    17

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Dr Emily MacGregor - Department of Music Seminar Series

  2. Feb

    17

    Wednesday

    Open days

    Public, Prospective Postgraduates

    Open Evenings are a fantastic opportunity to find out if City, University of London is the right choice for postgraduate study for you. Sign up for our Postgraduate Open Evening in February 2021.

  3. Feb

    16

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Public

    This webinar has been organised as part of the interdisciplinary DocPerform project to begin developing new discourses of 'the digital' beyond questions of liveness and ephemerality to explore how the internet has become a performance medium in its own right.

  4. Mar

    5

    Friday

    Seminars

    Students, Academics

    In this Data Bites talk we'll explore the skills and techniques that complement your technical knowledge and are at least as important to succeed in Data Science.

  5. Feb

    24

    Wednesday

    Conferences

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni

    This conference will welcome students, staff, professionals and members of the public to our online conference, to find out more about the work which is inspiring positive impacts in the world.

  6. Feb

    24

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Margaret Heffernan explains why ‘ineradicable uncertainty remains inherent to human life’ and never more so than during a pandemic

  7. Jan

    27

    Wednesday

    Panel Discussions

    Public

    This webinar will discuss and debate Britain’s future relationship with the EU.

  8. Feb

    11

    Thursday

    Lectures

    Public

    This event will consider the UK’s new customs regime and Border Operating Model.

  9. Mar

    1

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    Petra Killoran will share her practical advice on how to manage and organise yourself and your stress levels, when researching and writing assignments/dissertations.

  10. Feb

    5

    Friday

    Panel Discussions

    Public

    Book Launch - Digital Democracy, Social Media and Disinformation

  11. Feb

    10

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    This webinar describes how Understanding Society: The UK Household Longitudinal Study reacted to the pandemic, including the changes required to the continuous annual data collection fieldwork design and questionnaire content, as well as the launch of a new COVID-19 study.

  12. Jan

    25

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    Isadore Auerbach George will talk about his work as a school librarian to promote reading by and for LGBTIQ+ people, and his project 'Book 28 Library'.

  13. Mar

    19

    Friday

    Seminars

    Public

    Dominic Dixon will look at debate on whether social epistemology should serve as its philosophical foundation of LIS practice and examine the nature of normativity in LIS.

  14. Jan

    27

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Dr Kyriaki Sidiropoulou discusses the mechanisms underlying learning and training in working memory tasks

  15. Mar

    8

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    Stef Dickers will talk about how the Special Collections and Archives at the Bishopsgate Institute were gathered, the stories behind and adventures of looking after the collections day to day.

  16. Mar

    12

    Friday

    Forums

    Public

    Tim Gorichanaz will share some prior research and inroads for future work conceptualizing art as information, connected with document theory.

  17. Feb

    10

    Wednesday

    Book Discussion

    Public

    Lise Butler discusses her recent book, “Michael Young, Social Science, and the British Left, 1945-1970,” (Oxford, 2020). She will describe the life and work of the social scientist and policy maker Michael Young.

  18. Jan

    25

    Monday

    Panel Discussions

    Public

    Join us at the Eleventh annual Outlook for M&A event.

  19. Apr

    1

    Thursday

    Seminars

    Public

    Stef Dickers will talk about how the LGBTQ+ Special Collections and Archives at the Bishopsgate Institute were gathered, the stories behind and adventures of looking after the collections day to day.

  20. Mar

    17

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Professor Michael Beckerman: The Grey Zone, Middles, and the Doctrine of One

  21. Jan

    29

    Friday

    Lectures

    Public

    Department of Sociology seminar series, Dr Ali Meghji

  22. May

    28

    Friday

    Conferences

    Public

    Now in its 11th iteration, the conference brings together academics, postgraduate researchers, practitioners and other industry professionals to present their research, areas of work, and opinions in Maritime Law and Policy.

  23. Mar

    24

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Dr Katrin Hohl - The police response to domestic abuse during - and after - Covid-19

  24. Feb

    17

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Emily MacGregor will discuss her paper on the 1939 stage production Railroads on Parade, the white communal identities integral to US liberalism, and where music, technology, and mass spectacle intersect.

  25. Jan

    25

    Monday

    Workshops

    Students, Academics

    This roundtable and workshop will discuss the theoretical, practical, and ethical implications of conducting feminist digital ethnographic research for PhD and early career researchers.

  26. Feb

    1

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    What's it like to work in an academic library? Ludi Price and Tia Siddiqui share their experiences of working in two academic libraries in very different roles.

  27. Mar

    17

    Wednesday

    Launches

    Public

    Dina Fainberg introduces her new book examining the crucial role foreign correspondents played in promoting the ideas and values of the Cold War.

  28. Feb

    1

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    Professor Steve Gillard and the DECISION team's seminar at the Centre for Mental Health Research, where they will present findings from The DECISION study: a co-produced, quasi-experimental evaluation of new mental health decision units.

  29. Jan

    22

    Friday

    Seminars

    Public, Staff, Academics

    In the talk today we will explore valuation 1.0 v 2.0 and what the problem YA have been solving for the industry. We will also talk about alternative uses of AI in the Real Estate and Mortgage sector. Finally we will talk about our interactions with both the business school and the data science institute.

  30. Feb

    8

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    Dominic Dixon shares his experiences of working as an embedded librarian in a multidisciplinary research group based at the University of Cambridge.

  31. Feb

    19

    Friday

    Seminars

    Public

    Ian Rodwell will share how he used used participant-led photography combined with the GVPA framework to explore the extent to which organisational storytelling is drawn to liminal spaces.

  32. Feb

    3

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Dr. Anna Henschel shares how while there are still miles to go before robots become a regular feature within our social spaces, rapid progress in social robotics research, aided by the social sciences, is helping to move us closer to this reality.

  33. Feb

    3

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public

    In this seminar, Dr. Agnes Kalibata, will lay out the emerging vision for how the Food Systems Summit can empower people to leverage food systems as accelerators of progress to realize the vision of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

  34. Jan

    21

    Thursday

    Lectures

    Public

    This talk will explore these themes and illustrate how WE Lead Food, a programme for women leaders on the food sector, builds a network of leaders, equipped with an entrepreneurial toolkit to magnify and expedite the effects of transforming the food sector to one that is resilient, sustainable and inclusive.