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On this page we list any forthcoming events relevant to the College of Social Sciences and International Studies. 

Any SSIS staff or postgrads may always attend, although registration may be required (the event will specify if so). Anyone else should contact the department or the centre in question.

We also have a listing of past events.

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2 December 202011:30

CRPR Seminar Series - Jess Fagin

Jess is a PhD researcher at the University of Exeter’s Centre for Rural Policy Research. She is also a member of SOAS Food Studies Centre and the Graduate Association of Food Studies. Jess co-edits the Graduate Journal of Food Studies. Full details
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2 December 202012:30

GSE Community Cultural Programme: Crafting A Conversation

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2 December 202015:00

CSI Research Afternoon : Islam In China

Our research topic 'Islam in China' will be discussed by an international panel of speakers, each of whom will present during the session that runs from 3pm until 6.45pm. This event will be hosted by the director of the CSI Sajjad Rizvi. A Zoom link will be provided prior to the event. Please contact Sajjad directly if you wish to include anyone who may not be on our internal mailing lists.. Full details
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7 December 202010:00

Centre for Research in STEM (CRISTEME) - Research Brunch

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7 December 202015:30

EGENIS seminar: "Signalling, Solidarity, and Strategic Delusions", Dr Daniel Williams (University of Cambridge)

Some widely held beliefs seem absurd. They appear so radically at odds with the available evidence that it is difficult to understand how anyone could genuinely hold them. Unlike clinical delusions, however, they do not appear to be produced by a dysfunctional psychology. Such beliefs therefore generate a puzzle: How – and why – do functional psychological mechanisms give rise to absurd beliefs? Drawing on signalling theory and research in the psychological and social sciences, I clarify, defend, and explore the hypothesis that such beliefs are a strategic response to the signalling incentives generated by coalitions.. Full details
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8 December 202011:00

Centre for Research in Writing - Research Seminar - The Writing Conversation interviews in Writing Research

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8 December 202012:30

GSE EDI Seminar Series: De/colonising Educational Relationships in Teacher Education

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9 December 202013:00

Centre for Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

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9 December 202017:00

Contracts in the age of AI readers

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10 December 202010:00

SciCulture Transdisciplinary Teaching Toolkit Trialling Workshop

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10 December 202016:00

Lesson Study Network

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10 December 202016:30

Racism & Social Justice Seminars (organised with the Exeter Decolonising Network): Hazel Carby (Yale University): ‘Imperial Sexual Economies’.

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10 December 202017:00

Exeter-Habib Seminars on Islam after Colonialism: Dr Layli Uddin (kings College, London)

Red Islam in South Asia: Sacred geographies, Networks and Oaths of Socialism. Full details
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11 December 202011:00

Doctoral Research Forum - Nazanin Dehdary - Is There any Space for Critical Literacy? English Language Teachers’ Perceptions, Views, and Perceived Challenges

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14 December 202015:30

EGENIS seminar series: "Emotions online: What are they, and what can they do for us?" Dr Anna Bortolan (Swansea University)

The seminar explores from a philosophical perspective the nature and role of emotions experienced in the context of social media use. First, I will argue that a narrative theory of emotion is better positioned than competing approaches to account for the key features of affective experiences on the internet. I will claim that these experiences are best understood as socially shaped processes, suggesting that such an account enables us to make sense of some of the characteristics of emotions undergone on social media (e.g. their intensity and contagiousness). I will then move to outline how such an account can shed light on the way in which online interactions may have transformative effects on one’s self-experience and self-understanding.. Full details
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7 January 202116:00

Centre for Research in Writing - Research Seminar - Paradigms in Writing Research: A Panel Discussion

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14 January 202112:30

GSE EDI Seminar Series: De/colonising Educational Relationships in Teacher Education

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19 January 202111:00

Centre for Research in Writing - Research Seminar - Undertaking meta-analysis of writing research

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2 February 202116:30

GSE Lecture Series - Professor Franziska Felder, University of Vienna)

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16 February 202112:30

GSE EDI Seminar Series: De/colonising Educational Relationships in Teacher Education

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9 March 202113:00

GSE Lecture Series - Dr Heather Ellis (University of Sheffield)

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16 March 202112:30

GSE EDI Seminar Series: De/colonising Educational Relationships in Teacher Education

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8 - 9 April 2021

The 3rd Biennial Arabic Language Teaching & Learning in the UK Higher Education Conference

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15 April 202112:30

GSE EDI Seminar Series: De/colonising Educational Relationships in Teacher Education

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4 May 202116:30

GSE Lecture Series - Associate Professor Sam Friedman (London School of Economics)

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13 May 202112:30

GSE EDI Seminar Series: De/colonising Educational Relationships in Teacher Education

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8 June 202113:00

GSE Lecture Series - Dr Arathi Sriprakash (University of Bristol)

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17 June 202112:30

GSE EDI Seminar Series: De/colonising Educational Relationships in Teacher Education

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7 July 20219:00

GSE EDI Seminar Series: De/colonising Educational Relationships in Teacher Education

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