In this seminar Sally Bayley and Alexander Masters will reflect on two very different diary-related projects.
Exploring Brighton's growth and the innovations needed in leisure, health and welfare to uphold the ‘healthy’ image that was vital in the 1850s.
Roma students’ experiences in European Higher Education: Exploring gender, identity, and marginalization
In this presentation, the speakers will discuss insights from interviews carried out with Roma women higher education students and graduates.
Charactering Paranoia and Trust in Schizoptypy: a Behavioural and fMRI Study
Through clear examples, individual exercises, and group discussion, this workshop gets you started with your review.
Designed to help you to get started with your Social Science literature review, and receive useful information and guidance.
Are you having trouble getting started with your writing? If so, this one-day hands-on workshop will give you tips, tricks and plenty of motivation.
#ref EndNote is bibliographic software which enables you to organise your lists of references and create bibliographies for use in Word.
Despite growth in numbers, doctorates still remain exclusive; class, ethnicity and gender shaping entry and influencing what is studied.
In her book 'To be Born', Luce Irigaray - philosopher, linguist, psychologist and psychoanalyst - proposes nothing less than a new conception of being