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2009/10 School Seminars


Thursday, 25 February, 1-2pm

Funding Opportunities for the Social Sciences within the European Commission   
Gavin Thomson, Helix Advisory Services
Room 1.35, 6 College Park   

Wednesday, 10 February   

The Use of Online and New Technologies in Teaching   
Karen Winter & Katy Haywood, School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work.
Room 1.37, 6 College Park.

Wednesday, 3 February, 1 - 2pm
 
Data Security   
Jim Cunningham, Queen's University of Belfast
Room 1.37, 6 College Park.

December 9th, 1-2pm  
Mapping European Identity – Results from a 27 Country Comparative Survey
Michael Bruter, Department of Government, London School of Economics and Political Science 
Room 1/037, 6 College Park

November 25th, 1-2pm  
Kids@ Life and Times: Using the internet to give children a voice
Katrina Lloyd & Paula Devine, ARK , School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work, Queen's University
Room 1/037, 6 College Park

November 18th, 1-2pm  
The Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study (NILS); what is it and how can it be used?
Dermot O’Reilly, Centre for Public Health, Queen's University
Room 1/037, 6 College Park

November 11th, 1-2pm  
A discussion of internationalisation in the School
John Pinkerton et al , School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work, Queen's University
Room 1/037, 6 College Park

October 28th, 1-2pm  
The Birds and the Bees: Children, sex and society
Helga Sneddon, School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work, Queen's University
Room 1/037, 6 College Park

October 14th, 1-2pm  
Researching Religious Controversies:  Laïcité and new religious movements in France
Veronique Altglas, School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work, Queen's University
Room 1/037, 6 College Park


Wednesday, 3 March, 1- 2pm   

Something Old and Blue or Red, Bold and New? Welfare Reform and the Modern Conservative Party
Jay Wiggan, School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work
Room 1.37, 6 College Park

Tuesday, 23 March, 5:15pm

Panel discussion as part of the ‘Gender and Queer Theory’ Seminar Series followed at 7pm by the launch of Transgender Identities: Towards a social analysis of gender diversity (Routledge), edited by Sally Hines and Tam Sanger.
Room 1.37, 6 College Park.

Wednesday, 24 March, 1 -2 pm  

The Gender Recognition Act, Social Policy and Bodies of Difference   
Zowie Davey, Leeds University
Room 1.37, 6 College Park

Wednesday, 21 April, 1 - 2pm  

Approaches to Teaching Sensitive Topics  
Katy Hayward & Karen Winter, School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work
Room G.26, 6 College Park

Wednesday, 28 April, 1- 2pm

Rubbish Capitalism and Dirty Collar Crimes   
Vincenzo Ruggiero, Middlesex University
Room 1.37, 6 College Park

Friday, 30 April, 1-2pm  

Narratives of Resilience amongst Social Workers   
Dermot Hurley, King’s University College, London, Ontario
Room 1.37, 6 College Park

Wednesday, 5 May, 1 - 2pm   

Making Connections:  Arts, migrations and Diaspora [joint seminar with ARK]   
Maggie O’Neill, Durham University
Room 1.35, 6 College Park

Wednesday, 19 May, 1 - 2pm
 
Constructing the “New” Father: Policy directions in the UK and Ireland   
Brid Featherstone, National University of Ireland, Galway
Room 1.37, 6 College Park

Wednesday, 26 May, 1 - 2pm

Engaging with Victims and Survivors of the Conflict in Northern Ireland:  An evaluation of students', victims'/survivors' and tutors' experiences of a PEACE III funded project   
Jim Campbell, School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work
Room 1.006, David Bates Building, 7 College Park

02/06/2010
The Growth and Globalization of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Peter Conrad, Harry Coplan Professor of Social Sciences, Brandeis University

09/06/2010
Using a Child Rights Framework for Work with Children in Care
Karen Winter, School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work, QUB