Open lecture – Speaker Alex Titov (QUB) Title: 'From Gorbachev to Putin: the origins of Russia's challenge to post-Cold War order'
The workshop will focus on the following: i) Loudspeakers as instruments - preparations, piezo pickups, feedback, resonant tubes; ii) Techniques and approaches for multichannel composition and performance software, signal routing, probability / random processes across multiple channels. iii)Fixed media and live electronics interpretation and performance combining i) and ii) - related to the duo concert on 7th May.
Richard Layte is a Professor of Sociology in the Department of Sociology, Trinity College Dublin and a Research Professor at the Economic and Social Institute, Dublin. His research centres on social inequality and stratification and more recently, the fundamental processes which influence the distribution of health and well-being in societies and how these are shaped by political economy and social stratification.
We are very pleased to invite you to the Institute to meet with our staff to discuss our exciting new Masters programme in Conflict Transformation and Social Justice.
Seminar with Professor Martin Barker (Emeritus Professor of Film and Television Studies at the Aberystwyth University)
The QUB Law School Film Group (QUB LSFG) invites you to a screening and discussion on the environmental comedy ‘The Castle’. The film will be followed by a discussion with environmental law experts. All QUB LSFG screenings are hosted in accessible rooms and shown with English subtitles. This event is free and open to everyone - you do not have to be part of QUB, the Law School or Film Group to attend. The QUB Law School Film Group welcomes - film enthusiasts, scholars/students from all disciplines, and members of the public – to its monthly movie night. On the first Wednesday of every month we screen a film that relates to legal principles and the challenges they face.
In these two works, separated by nearly a century, but strikingly akin in concept, the spectator/listener is invited into the psychical processes of another human being during a moment of heightened experience. For Pre-Composition, we are welcomed into the mind of a composer (Applebaum himself?) as he prepares his next piece. In Mrs. Laneen we enter the disordered mind of a woman in ill-health, possibly nearing death. The two pieces, presented together for the first time, offer a unique sound and theatre experience that presents a take on creativity and mental illness surprisingly consonant with current ideas in neuroscience.
CoE Seminar by Dr Richard Emsley, Lecturer, Centre for Biostatistics, University of Manchester Title Causal inference and stratified medicine: the essential role of mechanisms evaluation
Disassembler is a new group dedicated to the interpretation and performance of live electronic and fixed media concert works. Focused on exploring the physical / acoustic possibilities of electro-acoustic music through working with materials such as denuded loudspeakers, resonant / textured preparations, feedback, room acoustics / resonance, randomness / probability processes, instability. Disassembler favours close collaboration with composers, towards building a repertoire of luminous interpretations.
QUB Drama are delighted to play host to a special conversation between Jimmy Fay, (Executive Producer of the Lyric Theatre) and Fiach MacConghail (Director of the Abbey Theatre), on the eve of an historic co-production between both theatres of Sean O’Casey’s classic play, Shadow of a Gunman.As Fiach completes a decade in charge of the Abbey Theatre, and Jimmy his first year at the Lyric, it seems a timely occasion to invite you to join the artistic leaders of the two most important theatre institutions on the island of Ireland to reflect on past, present and future of Irish drama.Admission is free and tickets are available at the door (capacity is limited to 120).
Guest Lecture: Gerd-Rainer Horn (Sciences Po Paris) 'Vatican II, Liberation Theology and the Spirit of the Sixties’ Co-hosted by the School of History and Anthropology and Religious Studies Research Forum Followed by a reception to launch the international research network 'Religion and Socialism in the Twentieth Century' http://chsp.sciences-po.fr/en/chercheur-permanent/horn All welcome.
*NOTE - START TIME CHANGED to 1800* In these two works, separated by nearly a century, but strikingly akin in concept, the spectator/listener is invited into the psychical processes of another human being during a moment of heightened experience. For Pre-Composition, we are welcomed into the mind of a composer (Applebaum himself?) as he prepares his next piece. In Mrs. Laneen we enter the disordered mind of a woman in ill-health, possibly nearing death. The two pieces, presented together for the first time, offer a unique sound and theatre experience that presents a take on creativity and mental illness surprisingly consonant with current ideas in neuroscience.
The University Brass Band teams up with JAM’s Junior and Senior Brass groups for a programme of classics and popular pieces.
The School of Psychology seminar series continues on Friday 6th March at 4pm in room 02.525. Dr Carlo Tomasetto, University of Bologna presents a talk titled: Princesses, knights, and numbers: Math-gender stereotypes, math performance, and math-related beliefs in early and middle childhood http://www.qub.ac.uk/schools/psy/Research/Seminars/
Mark Benson (QUB) – ‘Abortion in Northern Ireland’