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Department of Social and Political Sciences Research Seminar Series 2021-22

Politics and International Relations Seminar

Political Sciences Research Seminar
Public lectures | Seminars

The programme for the seminar series is listed below. All sessions will be held in Chaucer CH3704 unless stated otherwise.

Term One

20.10.2021

1-2pm

Ricky Gee,

Nottingham Trent University

Critical ‘Employability’ Within the Realms of Sociology: a movement toward ‘social justice’

27.10.2021

1-2pm

Ana Nunes, Nottingham Trent University

The personal is political - young people and the politics of eating disorders

03.11.2021

1-2pm

Malte Riemann,

The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

&

Norma Rossi,

The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

Remote Warfare as ‘Security of Being’: Reading security force assistance as an ontological security routine

10.11.2021

1-2pm

Christopher Matthews, Nottingham Trent University

Doing immersive research - Some reflections from over a decade in the field

17.11.2021

4-5:30pm

Gurminder Bhambra, University of Sussex

Colonialism and Modern Social Theory

24.11.2021

1-2pm

Alice Sibley, Nottingham Trent University

&

Dena Arya,

Nottingham Trent University

PhD Roundtable:

‘Why do people join The For Britain Movement, The Democratic Football Lads Alliance and PEGIDA UK?: A look at grievances and opportunities’

&

Youth Environmental Politics – a matter of class and capital?

01.12.2021 1-2pm

Katherine Smith, Nottingham Trent University

&

Christine Huebner, Nottingham Trent University

Votes at 16 in Wales: What works to mobilise young people to vote?

08.12.202

1-2pm

Michele Grigolo,

Nottingham Trent University

Datafication and Crises

Term Two

12.01.2022

1-2pm

Claire Markham, Nottingham Trent University

Realities or Mythologies: England’s village pubs and the life course 

19.01.2022 1pm-2pm

Craig Lundy, Ricky Gee, Louise Oldridge

&

Steve Brown

Nottingham Trent University

Career and Progress

26.01.2022

1-2pm

Alina Bychkova, Nottingham Trent University

Climate change discourses in vulnerable authoritarian states: the case of Uzbekistan

02.02.2022

1-2pm

Matt Henn, Ana Nunes & Dena Arya, Nottingham Trent University

Citizens, environmental sustainability and local democracy: putting people’s voices at the centre of Nottingham’s Carbon Neutral 2028 Action Plan

09.02.2022

1-2pm

Imad El-Anis, Nottingham Trent University

&

Marianna Poberezhskaya, Nottingham Trent University

Jordan’s Climate Change Policy: Understanding local vulnerabilities and political restrictions

16.02.2022

1-2pm

Jay Chester, Nottingham Trent University

&

Akaomachi Beremako,

Nottingham Trent University

PhD Roundtable:

‘Linguistic Imqueerialism: Exploring typological and linguistic obstruction to the emancipation of sexual orientation and gender identity minorities in postcolonial Pakistan’

&

The Justifications and Morality of Violent Extremism: A study of extremists' self-accounts

23.02.2022

1-2pm

Jon Mansell, Nottingham Trent University

&

Joe Pateman,

University of Nottingham

Institutional Racism: a contested concept

02.03.2022

1-2pm

Daisy Matthews,

Nottingham Trent University

&

Brianna Lewis,

Nottingham Trent University

PhD Roundtable:

‘An Exploration of How Sex Workers Who Identify as Religious or Spiritual Manage Their Identities Within Their Everyday Lives’

&

The Role of Spirituality in Prisons in the Cayman Islands

09.03.2022

1-2pm

Jane Pilcher,

Nottingham Trent University

The Pronunciation of Students’ Names in Higher Education: Preliminary findings

16.03.2022

1-2pm

Bernadette Nadya Jaworsky, Masaryk University

International seminar series

The Thirteenth Immigrant? An in-depth exploration of the public perception of migration in the Czech Republic

23.03.2022

Hold for possible School of Social Sciences Research Conference

30.03.2022

1-2pm

Ann-Kristin Kölln, University of Gothenburg

International seminar series

Political Organisations, Political Parties, and Theories of Democratic Representation

Term Three

20.04.2022

1-2pm

Sean Roberts,

The George Washington University

International seminar series

The War on the Uyghurs: China’s campaign against Xinjiang’s Muslims

27.04.2022

1-2pm

TBC

International seminar series

TBC

04.05.2022

1-2pm

Sarah Pickard,

Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris

International seminar series

Citizenship and the criminalization of protest

Virtual Event

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