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Re-aligning children's agency and re-socialising children in childhood studies after biopower

Jan
26
2015

ESW Open Seminar Series
Room 104, Fulton
Monday 26 January
17:00 until 18:30
Professor David Oswell, Head of the Department of Sociology, Goldsmith's, Univerity of London

In this seminar, Professor Oswell considers children and childhood in the context of broader shifts in sociological understanding.


Digital note-making and bookmarking

Jan
27
2015

Researcher Development Programme
Jubilee G23
Tuesday 27 January
13:30 until 15:00
Dr Anne Hole, Learning Technologist

This workshop will look at Evernote and Diigo as digital tools to assist researchers with their everyday workflow, organisation and productivity.


Children at risk of poverty or social exclusion: Comparative views between Spain and Portugal

Jan
28
2015

ESW Open Seminar Series
Room 104, Fulton
Wednesday 28 January
11:30 until 13:00
Dr Inmaculada Harranz Aguayo and Eduardo Díaz Herráiz, University of Castilla-La Mancha

Inmaculada & Eduardo discuss the results of a study on the standards of poverty and social exclusion in Spain & Portugal during the financial crisis


Getting the Better of Technology

Jan
28
2015

Researcher Development Programme
Fulton 202
Wednesday 28 January
14:00 until 16:00
Dr Catherine Pope

This session will help you get the better of technology by demonstrating simple techniques to manage and protect your research.


Autobiographical Performances of Memory

Jan
28
2015

Media, Film and Music Research Seminar Series
Fulton 201
Wednesday 28 January
16:00 until 17:30
Lyn Thomas, Lizzie Thynne, Margaretta Jolly

This three-part talk will look at performances of memory in film, writing and oral history.


Who owns your research? Copyright in the digital age

Jan
29
2015

Research Hive Seminars 2015
Library Meeting Room
Thursday 29 January
12:00 until 14:00
Andres Guadamuz - University of Sussex and Katherine Ryan - SAGE Publications

These lunchtime events, funded by SAGE, are hosted by the Library and open to everyone engaged in, or supporting, the research process at Sussex.


Learning about objects and words in their first year of life

Jan
29
2015

Psychology Colloquia Spring Term 2015
Pevensey 1 PB1 B03
Thursday 29 January
16:00 until 17:00
Prof Gert Westermann (Lancaster University)

A considerable amount of research has addressed the early abilities of infants to form categories of objects.


Showcase and Talk: K-Arts Performance

Jan
29
2015

Meeting House, Chapel
Thursday 29 January
16:00 until 17:30
Prof. Mi-sook Jeon, Prof. Chang-ho Shin and Dong-kyu Kim

Showcase and Talk: K-Arts Performance The K-Arts Dance Company presents a performance including three different pieces of contemporary dance.


Keeping up to date in your subject

Jan
30
2015

Researcher Development Programme
Library Training and Viewing Room, Ground Floor
Friday 30 January
11:00 until 12:30
Library Research Support Team

This session will explore a range of tools and techniques now available to keep up to date with research in your subject area.


Undertaking a Literature Review in the Social Sciences

Jan
30
2015

Researcher Development Programme
Fulton 205
Friday 30 January
13:00 until 15:00
Dr Deeptima Massey

The Library Research Support Team and an Associate Tutor from a relevant discipline will help you to get started with your literature review.


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