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  1. Jan

    29

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    Phaedra perform works for string quartet, prepared piano and percussion by composers inspired by the voice.

  2. Feb

    19

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    A programme of British and French musc for voice, clarinet and flute, based around a new commission by Jérôme Combier.

  3. Mar

    18

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    After Hours. Sarah Middle. Details TBC

  4. Feb

    22

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    Ian Pace performs three powerful sonatas for piano by Mosolov, Prokofiev and Ustvolskaya, reflecting changing eras of Soviet Russia.

  5. Feb

    26

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    City hosts the Huddersfield Immersive Sound System (HISS), the University of Huddersfield's innovative loudspeaker orchestra. The programme will include works by Huddersfield staff, students and alumni, celebrating the 10 year history of this inspiring system.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. Jan

    25

    Friday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Academics

    Seminar by Taniya Kawatra (Unilever) for Research Centre for Machine Learning, City, University of London

  10. Feb

    18

    Monday

    5 days

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni, Academics

    Join us at City, University of London for the International Event week

  11. Mar

    5

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Academics

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

  12. 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

  13. Apr

    30

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    Pianist Richard Uttley performs works by Georg Friedrich Haas, Michael Cutting, Naomi Pinnock and a world premiere by Kate Whitley.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  16. Feb

    22

    Friday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Academics

    Seminar by Dan Philps for the Research Centre for Machine Learning, City, University of London

  17. Mar

    12

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Academics

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

  18. 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

  19. Mar

    25

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    After Hours Alex Hailey. Details TBC

  20. Feb

    1

    Friday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Academics

    Seminary by Peter Simon from DataRobert for the Research Centre for Machine Learning, City, University of London

  21. Feb

    15

    Friday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Academics

    Seminar by Ahmed Hadid (Hybird) for the Research Centre for Machine Learning, School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering, City, University of London

  22. Feb

    18

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    After Hours. Dominic Pates. Details TBC

  23. Feb

    1

    Friday

    Lectures

    Public

    Lecture: Brexit and the Law

  24. Jan

    19

    Saturday

    Seminars

    Public

    Thinking of learning a new language? We are running 30-minute taster classes in beginners French, Italian, Japanese - and more! Drop in and try as many as you like. Entry £5, refreshments provided. No prior knowledge needed.

  25. Mar

    11

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    After Hours Shelley King. Details TBC

  26. Mar

    4

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    After Hours. Abira Hussein. Details TBC

  27. 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.

  28. Feb

    23

    Saturday

    Alumni Events

    Public

    Exclusive event for MSc Aviation Management alumni, lecturers and students at the Brooklands (Concorde) Museum

  29. Feb

    13

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Join us at City, University of London for a seminar with Manuella Blackburn to discuss her recent research project addressing electroacoustic music compositions that borrow from existing musical and sound resources.

  30. Apr

    26

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    Morton Feldman's final work, a 70-minute tapestry of repetition and variation. The performance concludes City's conference, "Again & Again: Musical Repetition in Aesthetics, Analysis and Experience", taking place 25-26 April 2019.

  31. Feb

    13

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    In this lecture, Justice of the UK Supreme Court, Lord Carnwath, will be discussing the way in which the law relates to and enables us to tackle the challenges posed by climate change in the modern world. It will be of interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students and staff

  32. Apr

    2

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Academics

    Seminar by Seung-Joo Lee (CERN) for the Department of Mathematics, City, University of London

  33. Mar

    19

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Academics

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

  34. Jan

    22

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    Philip Thomas (piano), Damien Harron (percussion) and Richard Craig (flute), play Feldman's haunting 90 minute work, exploring floating textures and ambiguous musical patterns.

  35. 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

  36. Jan

    22

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Academics

    Seminar by Chris Herzog (King's) for the Department of Mathematics, City, University of London

  37. Feb

    5

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Academics

    Seminar by Alastair Rucklidge (Leeds) for the Department of Mathematics, City, University of London

  38. Jan

    29

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Academics

    Seminar by Royven Frassek (IHES) for the Department of Mathematics, City, University of London

  39. Feb

    12

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    Acousmatic composer Manuella Blackburn presents multichannel diffusions of her work, transforming everyday sounds from around the home into unique sound sculptures.

  40. Feb

    12

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Academics

    Seminar by Radu Tatar (Liverpool) for the Department of Mathematics, City, University of London

  41. Feb

    19

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Academics

    Seminar by Olaf Lechtenfeld (Hannover) for the Department of Mathematics, City, University of London

  42. Jan

    22

    Tuesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Women in Journalism (WIJ) and the Department of Journalism are delighted to welcome Katharine Vine, Editor-in-chief, The Guardian

  43. Feb

    13

    Wednesday

    Concerts

    Public

    Our final year organist performs a programme including works by John Stanley and Debussy on the fine instrument at the Church of St Lawrence Jewry.

  44. 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

  45. Apr

    2

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Experts from The City Law School will examine the state of play after the official date of withdrawal in a two broad areas - those with an international aspect, and those with a domestic elements. They will look at international trade, international agreements and international dispute settlement after Brexit, and competition law in the UK, EU citizens' rights and the future relationship between the UK and EU.

  46. Jan

    21

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni

    This seminar explores the status of knowledge during the transition experienced by healthcare assistants (HCAs) becoming registered nurses.

  47. Feb

    6

    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.

  48. 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.

  49. Feb

    11

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    Join us City, University for a discussion with Jyothi Gupta on how technology will affect the development of cities into more digital technology

  50. Feb

    8

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    The second in our 2019 series of final year student lunchtime concerts, featuring music by Ravel, Debussy and Dave Heath.

  51. Feb

    8

    Friday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Academics

    Seminar by David Mitchell, Mikko Heikela (Futurice) for Research Centre for Machine Learning, City, University of London

  52. Feb

    6

    Wednesday

    Alumni Events

    Staff, Students, Alumni, Academics

    City Law Alumnae Network Panel Discussion about the Practice of Human Rights Law

  53. Feb

    21

    Thursday

    Lectures

    Public

    City 125 Anniversary Lecture from the School of Health Sciences.

  54. Feb

    1

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    The first in our 2019 series of final year student lunchtime concerts, including music by Chopin and Linda Catlin Smith.

  55. Feb

    20

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Abigail Wood will explore how sounds contribute to the construction of civilians, musicians—and ethnomusicologists—as unwittingly active participants in a war zone.

  56. Jan

    22

    Tuesday

    Public

    Linking survey and Twitter has the potential to address shortcomings in both data sources. This talk will focus on the reasons for such a linkage, as well as practical issues in designing research linking the two data sources.

  57. 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’

  58. Jan

    22

    Tuesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Event organised by Institute for the study of European Laws

  59. Feb

    13

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public

    A lecture on What does Brexit tell us about the evolution of EU citizenship?

  60. Jan

    23

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public, Staff, Students, Academics

    Charlie’s talk will focus on the role of human labour in farm and food provision.

  61. Mar

    13

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

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

  62. Jan

    30

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Joseph Browning will discuss how the festival theme took on varied significance in contexts from programming to promotion, sometimes decisively affecting the sound, ethos and practical organisation of the festival, sometimes receding into the background, sometimes meaningful through playful associations and coincidences.

  63. Jan

    24

    Thursday

    Lectures

    Staff, Students

    Join Simon and colleagues from Marks & Clerks for top tips on how to avoid the pitfalls when collaborating with third parties

  64. Feb

    21

    Thursday

    Alumni Events

    Staff, Students, Alumni, Academics

    Law Alumni Networking Reception

  65. Feb

    4

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    Join us at City, University where David Haynes will talk about his research into online safety

  66. Apr

    3

    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.

  67. Jan

    28

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni

    Dr Sharon Stevelink examines the mental health outcomes and associations with individual and job characteristics among emergency services personnel compared to a random sample of working people, thereby using data from the UK Biobank.

  68. 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).

  69. Jan

    30

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Join us at City, University of London for a seminar with Esther Papies, University of Glasgow to discuss : The role of consumption and reward simulations in eating and drinking behaviour

  70. Feb

    19

    Tuesday

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni

    Join us at City, University of London for discussion regarding recent book released from Dr Dayna Barnes - Architects of Occupation: American Experts and the Planning for Postwar Japan

  71. Feb

    7

    Thursday

    Lectures

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni

    Dr. Nizan Shaked shows how the US state structure, which relies heavily on a third sector through the nonprofit system, is a conduit to excessive privatisation, and how privatisation relates to what I call ‘econo-fascism’.

  72. Feb

    27

    Wednesday

    Public

    Prof. Madsen will visit City Law School on 27 February 2019, to deliver a talk on ‘International Courts and the Populist Onslaught: The Case of the European Court of Human Rights’.

  73. 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.

  74. Jan

    23

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Join us at City University of London fir a discussion with Nathan Evans regarding the role that additional data -- such as measurements from the decision process at different points in time, or data from other tasks/measures -- can play in furthering our understanding of decision-making by constraining models to simultaneously account for multiple sources of data.

  75. Apr

    1

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    Join us at City University of London for a discussion with Hannah Dunne-Howrie As Reading & Study Rooms Manager in the Word & Image department, Hannah will explain how these access points are managed and the changing face of librarianship in a collections/curatorial department within a large arts museum.

  76. Feb

    4

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni

    Nelli Hankonen's research focuses on behaviour change and intervention methods.

  77. Feb

    7

    Thursday

    Seminars

    Public

    National and regional legal and regulatory frameworks have been put in place to implement provisions of the 1992 Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) on access to genetic resources and traditional knowledge and benefit sharing from their use. However, few meaningful benefits from access and benefit sharing (ABS) frameworks have been secured by groups holding traditional knowledge associated with genetic resources (TKGR) or by other developing country stakeholders. Our hypothesis is that ABS frameworks can only work effectively and equitably in a world in which the geographies of genetic resources and of associated traditional knowledge are sufficiently static, and where the norm is for there to be unequivocal linkages between knowledge-holding individuals and groups, biological matter and information of actual or potential human use associated with this knowledge, and specific and identifiable places.