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  1. Dec

    8

    Tuesday

    Panel Discussions

    Public

    The 2020 City Food Symposium will bring together examples of youth engagement and youth-led initiatives both in the UK and internationally which focus on health and sustainability.

  2. Dec

    11

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    Ian Pace performs Franz Liszt's solo piano transcription of Beethoven's 9th symphony, the Choral, the culmination of Pace's complete cycle of Beethoven-Liszt symphonies, coinciding with the Beethoven 250 year.

  3. Dec

    9

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Autumn and winter lectures from the Department of Music

  4. Nov

    25

    Wednesday

    Panel Discussions

    Public

    Chambers will give you the insider track to pupillage applications and tell you how to make yours standout.

  5. Nov

    27

    Friday

    Lectures

    Public

    Sarah Burton, The Space for Kindness in the Neoliberal Academy

  6. Nov

    25

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Matthew Brown: Trauma and Grief in the Wartime Music of Claude Debussy

  7. Dec

    2

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Dr. Anne Giersch will summarize data obtained on time experiments in patients with schizophrenia, and talk about recent results obtained in motor control and in perception suggesting that patients with schizophrenia have difficulties to integrate discrete events in the temporal flow of conscious experience.

  8. Dec

    7

    Monday

    Launches

    Public

    Join the contributors of the newly published "Framing Convergence with the Global Legal Order" to discuss and explore the concepts of the book.

  9. Nov

    26

    Thursday

    Seminars

    Students, Academics

    Billy Zhao will share the learnings from this 3-month summer project with the World Bank.

  10. Nov

    25

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public

    The Contrarian Prize Lecture 2020 - Katharine Birbalsingh in conversation with Ali Miraj

  11. Dec

    16

    Wednesday

    Launches

    Public

    Judith Surkis will introduce her book Sex, Law and Sovereignty in French Algeria, 1830-1930, which traces how colonial authorities constructed Muslim legal difference and used it to deny Algerian Muslims full citizenship.

  12. Dec

    7

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    Professor Jacqueline Sin describes the innovative participatory research work in digital health and co-production in clinical health research behind the multi-component digital health intervention COPe-support, developed by the EFFIP Project.

  13. Dec

    9

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Shona Hilton, University of Glasgow, how we communicate and hold the global producers and marketers of unhealthy commodities to greater public account in a Covid-19 world.

  14. Dec

    9

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Carina Cornesse will provide a detailed account of how the University of Mannheim adapted the long-standing probability-based online panel infrastructure of the German Internet Panel (GIP) to create the Mannheim Corona Study (MCS), and how the MCS data were collected, processed, and communicated as part of a fast-response methodology.