Corinne May-Chahal and Emma Palmer from Sociology along with Steve Milan from the Faculty of Health and Medicine have been awarded a grant to undertake a rapid evidence review on behalf of the Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA).
Our feminist media and cultural studies summer school is a five day postgraduate summer school, run by the centre for gender & women’s studies at Lancaster university.
Provides a global overview of the history and development of retail financial transaction infrastructures
Is another future possible?
The Department of Sociology at Lancaster University has been commissioned by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) to provide a review of the most up to date research on the characteristics and vulnerabilities of victims of online-facilitated child sexual abuse (CSA).
The Centre for Gender and Women’s Studies at Lancaster University invites proposals for papers for its third annual Hear Me Roar symposium.Hear Me Roar! is an annual festival of feminist arts which takes place in four venues across Lancaster, it uniquely brings together professional and community-led artistic activity within a rigorous academic framework.
‘The Concept and Measurement of Violence against Women and Men’, a new book published today by Policy Press, addresses the extent to which violence against women is currently hidden.
Department Officer of Sociology nominated for 2017 Staff Award
Bob Jessop gave a plenary lecture on "Marx and Polanyi" at the Karl Polanyi Conference in Linz, Austria, on January 11; on 18 January, he gave the keynote speech at the DiscourseNet Winter School in Valencia, Spain.
Lancaster Sociology project "Children, Young People and Flooding, recovery and resilience"has been shortlisted in the Building Resilience category of the Project Excellence Awards.