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2009

Travelling, where the opponents are - CeMoRe and DoWT seminar, 6 May 2009

CGWS Open Seminar (Lunchtime), 6 May 2009

Promises, Promises! The Promissory Cultures and Political Economies of the Biosciences - Cesagen Workshop, 6-7 May 2009

CGWS Seminar Series 2008/09: Emotional Labour, 30 April 2009

CeMoRe/CSS Seminar: 'Configuring arenas. The fitting-out of environment for action', 29 April 2009

Science, Technology and Medicine: Studies in Mental Health, 29 April 2009

Understanding species coexistence: shifting ideas about nature in the history of ecology, 27 April 2009

Pam Meecham, IOE - CeMoRe / CGWS Sailing Proud Seminar, 23 April 2009

CGWS Open Seminar (Lunchtime), 22 April 2009

Emotional Labour Symposium - CGWS Seminar Series 2008/09, 3 April 2009

Animation and Automation, 26-27 March 2009

Materiality and Specificity in STS, 18 March 2009

CGWS: Feminists Rethink Neo-Liberalism - Workshop TWO, 18 March 2009

Steve Hinchcliffe - 'Working on the biosecurity borderlands', 17 March 2009

Mobilities Futures Workshop, 17 March 2009

CGWS Open Seminar (Lunchtime), 11 March 2009

Nik Brown - 'Beastly bodies: The metrics of humanness in the UK embryology debate', 10 March 2009

Carol Smart - Family Secrets, 3 March 2009

CGWS Seminar Series 2008/09: Emotional Labour, 26 February 2009

CGWS Open Seminars (Lunchtime), 25 February 2009

CGWS Seminar Series 2008/09: Emotional Labour, 12 February 2009

CGWS Open Seminar (Lunchtime), 11 February 2009

Mick Dillon - Biopolitics of Security in the 21st Century and the Political Analytics of Finitude, 3 February 2009

CGWS Seminar Series 2008/09: Emotional Labour, 29 January 2009

Globalization and inequalities: Complexity and contested modernities, 28 January 2009

CGWS Open Seminars (Lunchtime), 21 January 2009

CeMoRe Seminar - The Cosmic Society, 20 January 2009

Trance - A Talk and Discussion about Trance and its Relationship to Television, Meditation, Adverts, Hypnosis, Addiction, Music, Magic, Guru Worship, 19 January 2009

Gendered Fields: Feminists Re-Think Neo-Liberalism: work/space and making a difference, 14 January 2009

 

2008

Sociology Departmental Seminar with Noortje Marres, 9 December 2008

CGWS Seminar Series' 2008/09: Emotional Labour, 4 December 2008

CGWS Open Seminars (Lunchtime), 3 December 2008

Sociology & CeMoRe Seminar - Professional lives on the move, 2 December 2008

Dynamics of Memories, 28 - 29 November

CeMoRe, Sociology & English Seminar - Melanie Ord, 25 November 2008

CGWS Open Seminar (Lunchtime), 19 November 2008

CGWS Open Seminars (Lunchtime), 19 November 2008

CeMoRe Seminar - The Actions of Drivers, 18 November 2008

Mediterranean Waters Workshop, 14 November 2008

CGWS Seminar Series' 2008/09: Out of Theme, 12 November 2008

CGWS Open Seminar (Lunchtime), 12 November 2008

Penelope Harvey 'Keeping the ghosts out of the soil: abstraction, materiality and the 'science of the concrete' in engineering practice', 11 November 2008

John Urry Talks on Tourism and Photography, 11 November 2008

Warfare and Healthcare: Action at a distance and bodies in contact, 6 November 2008

CGWS Seminar Series' 2008/09: Emotional Labour, 30 October 2008

Paolo Palladino 'Being towards Death: Heidegger and the politics of life itself', 28 October 2008

First DOCTORAL Workshop (2008/09 Series), 22 October 2008

Professor Larry Busch, CESAGen - Measuring Up: How Standards Shape Our Lives, 21 October 2008

CGWS Seminar Series' 2008/09: Out of Theme, 20 October 2008

Forum on Gender Research, 15 October 2008

 

 

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