Seminar by Grace O'Malley for info on the speaker go to: http://ie.linkedin.com/pub/grace-o-malley/9/352/67a. Part of the CoE Seminar Series
‘The Girl-The Woman: Beyond Global and Generational Borders’ research project is hosting a symposium on the theme of Global Girlhood focusing on the experience of girls and girlhood, in order to illuminate how girls’ identities are constructed, given expression and recognized. Our keynote presentation will be: ‘The girl-the woman’: a reading of selected poetry by Dr Sinéad Morrissey, the first Belfast poet laureate. For the full programme please go to: http://www.qub.ac.uk/research-centres/InstituteforCollaborativeResearchintheHumanities/ProjectResearchGroups/2013-14ProjectResearchGroups/TheGirl-TheWomanBeyondGlobalandGenerationalBorders/
Session:Transforming your Care (TYC) is a major reform of health and social care services. It is vital that researchers are aware of the changes to structures, systems, cultures, and practice which are taking place. We would like you to come away with a sound understanding of TYC and to start thinking about how and where your research may impact. This event will be of interest to PhD students and research staff. This event is being organised by the Community Development & Health Network on behalf of the Centre of Excellence for Public Health NI
Inaugural Lecture by Professor Jayne Woodside: ‘An apple a day…is it really enough?’
This interdisciplinary conference seeks to examine the concept and development of heritage within an academic discourse -- in particular the way in which heritage studies have developed in response to various critiques of political, cultural, and social globalisation and transnationalism. Presentations will be given by established scholars and postgraduate students. Our keynote speaker, Professor John Wilson Foster (QUB Honorary Research Fellow), will present on the RMS Titanic, heritage and Belfast. Panels will focus on topics ranging from food tourism and cultural unionism. Panellists are as follows: Linda Maher (UCD) Kevin McNicholl (QUB) Adriana Salas (UCD) Erin Hinson (QUB) Elaine O’Driscoll (UCC) Julia Andrade Rocha (QUB) Lauren Ferguson (QUB) Lisa Bogert (QUB) Frances Harkin (QUB)
Inaugural Lecture by Professor Chris Patterson: 'Epidemiology counts - childhood diabetes matters'
Professor Steven Cummins "Measuring environmental exposure in physical activity and diet research: some thoughts from the ORIEL and other studies" Everyone welcome Sandwich lunch provided
An evening showcasing the work of some of Northern Ireland's most talented emerging writers, and 2014-15 ACNI Artists Career Enhancement Scheme awardees: Steve Cavanagh, Jan Carson, Paula Cunningham, Nathanial McAuley and Rebecca Reid.
Free movement of persons offers immense opportunity for integrating Europe's societies. Nonetheless, its alleged negative effects are in focus in the UK referendum debate as well as in other Member States. Mobility paired with equality is portrayed as enhancing inequalities, threatening social cohesion and ruining national welfare state arrangements. These fears inhibit proactive policies to explore the potential of mobility. The first research seminar of the JMCE "Tensions at the Fringes of the EU" (TREUP), kicking off with a key note by Catherine Barnard and further contributions by Dagmar Schiek, Yvonne Galligan and Bal Sokhi Bulley, offers a forum for interdisciplinary exchange on the interrelation of mobility and equality, the relevance of mobility for EU citizens as well as non-EU citizens, and its impact on inequalities resulting from gender, ethnicity, race, disability and their intersections. Papers on all aspects of mobility are invited (for more information).
Featuring representatives of music-therapy organisations, practictioners in related careers, and music-therapy researchers. This discussion will be started by introductory lectures on the landscape of music therapy in Northern Ireland and descriptions of research projects taking place here. The roundtable will include discussions of typical career trajectories, training opportunities as well as current trends in music-therapy research.
Abstract This paper makes use of select examples to ask about the effects of the internet and social media on the ability of survivors of sexual violence to speak and be heard about their experiences. Survivors of violence have access to multiple forums in which to speak about such violence, and even arguably have greater access to mainstream media. Recent years have also seen the rise of online feminist activism and communities which facilitate these acts of speaking. However, social media and online interactions remain structured through relations of social power, and the online world is equally known for the vitriolic misogyny as feminist activism. Consequently the paper argues that while these technological developments alter the cultural terrain for speaking out they do so in complex and contradictory ways.
The Annual Religious Studies Lecture at Queen's will feature Marilynne Robinson, the American novelist and essayist who will be speaking on ' Religion and Literature'. Ms Robinson has received several awards including the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2005 and the 2012 National Humanities Medal. Following on from her lecture there will be an Interview and Open Forum hosted by William Crawley, BBC broadcaster. Please note this event is now fully booked and tickets are no longer available.
Frank Aarnink (percussion) and Katie Buckley (harp)
KPMG Distinguished Visiting Lecturer Address
hosted by the Queen's Management School and the Chief Executives' Club at Queen's
Mr Patrick Nelson
Chief Executive, Irish Football Association
'Strategy, Structure, Stadium and Success: The Four S Approach of the Irish Football Association'
Thursday 21 April 2016
Riddel Hall, Stranmillis Road, Queen's University Belfast
The address will begin at 6pm sharp, followed by a canape reception at 7.15pm
Please note places are limited. To register please email Brenda Carabine: email@example.com
Centre for Irish Business and Economic Performance, Queen's Management School;
the Chief Executives' Club at Queen's; and Nevin Economic Research Institute
'The Economic Implications of Brexit in Northern Ireland'
Dr Edgar Morgenroth, Economic and Social Research Institute
Panel Discussion Chair
John Campbell, BBC Northern Ireland Economics and Business Editor
Dr Esmond Birnie, Chief Economist, PwC
Angela McGowan, Chief Economist, Danske Bank
Paul MacFlynn, Economist, Nevin Economic Research Institute
The talks will begin at 6pm sharp but please arrive by 5.45pm.
Refreshments will be served after the event.
Please confirm your attendance with Brenda Carabine: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Todd Weir of QUB will be speaking on "A history of worldview from the 1840s to the present: using conceptual history to mediate the religious and the secular".
Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music - "Creative Technologies". For more information please visit: www.qub.ac.uk/sonorities
A research seminar hosted by the Centre of Eighteenth Century Studies at Queen's. Dr Tanja Kovacevic (Belfast), "The Reception of J.S. Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier in Bohemia"
Invitation to the joint launch of 2015 Kid's life and Times (KLT) and Young Life and Times (YLT) survey results. The topics covered in the 2015 survey include: Community Relations; Shared Education; Young Carers; Child Sexual Exploitation; Strategies for Staying Calm in School; Sport and Physical Activities; Aspirations to study/work abroad or learn an additional language. Opening address by June Wilkinson, Head of the OFMDFM Children and Young People's Unit.
David McCann (cello) and Simon Mawhinney (Piano)
The Queen’s University Wiles Colloquium 2016 brings together researchers, curators and practitioners from across the UK and Ireland to find New Approaches to Public History. In particular, the discussion will focus on how collaboration across sectors can develop mutually beneficial research and practice capable of delivering important social, cultural and economic impacts.
QUB Big Band, directed by Steve Barnett The popular spring concert of classics old and new, given by the QUB Big Band under the direction of Steve Barnett.
The Wiles Lectures for 2016 will be delivered by Professor Jay Winter, Charles J. Stille Professor of History at Yale University, on 18-21 May 2016.
Professor Winter's Wiles lectures will be given on the theme: 'Imagining War in the Twentieth Century and Beyond'.
For details of times and venues, see: http://www.qub.ac.uk/schools/SchoolofHistoryandAnthropology/News/WilesLectureSeries/WilesLectures2016/
Alejo Moguillansky, Matias Piñeiro, Mille Haynes A panel event with filmmakers who have participated in the CPH:LAB programme. This Danish initative pairs up a so-called 'third world' filmmaker with a European counterpart, and provides funding for up to one year of collaboration. The final products are screened at the twin Cophenahagen film festivals CPH:PIX and CPH:DOX. The event will ask questions about these kinds of transnational working conditions, the way in which they operate in practice, and the extent to which they influence the aesthetics and narratives of cinema from Latin America and elsewhere. Updated information will be published at cphqub.wordpress.com
The Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation and Social Justice is greatly honoured to have one of Ireland’s most distinguished statesmen former Taoiseach Mr Bertie Ahern to close the 2016 Spring Festival by speaking on:
There will be an opportunity for a question and answer session after the address. Q&A facilitated by Jim Fitzpatrick, award-winning independent broadcaster and producer.
Mr Ahern was first elected to the Dáil in 1977. He served as Tánaiste (Deputy Prime Minister), as well as Minister for Arts, Culture and the Gaeltacht, Minister for Industry and Commerce and Minister for Finance. He was first elected Taoiseach in June 1997, re-elected in June 2002 and again in May 2007. In 1997, Bertie Ahern received widespread praise for his political skills in ensuring that his administration served its full five-year term and delivered on real political and economic progress for the Irish people. The defining moment of this period and a defining moment in Irish history was the successful negotiation by Bertie Ahern and Tony Blair of the Good Friday Agreement between the British and Irish Governments and the political parties in Northern Ireland in April 1998. During his Presidency of the European Council from January to June 2004, Bertie Ahern oversaw the historic enlargement of the European Union to 27 member states, including eight countries from Eastern Europe. He encouraged Ireland to take leadership roles on key global issues, such as increasing aid to developing countries and tackling the spread of HIV AIDS. Bertie Ahern's achievements as a leader at home and abroad have been recognised internationally. He has received honorary degrees from several universities and is one of only five people to enjoy the great distinction of having been invited to address both the Houses of Parliament at Westminster and the Houses of Congress of the United States in Washington D.C. Since leaving Government in 2008, Bertie Ahern has dedicated his time to conflict resolution and is actively involved with many groups around the world.
PEAT through funding from the Big Lottery Fund can offer support and training for individuals with Autism as well as those involved with the individuals. PEAT is aware of the struggles faced by children/young people with autism at school as well as the difficulties/challenges faced by those involved with the children/young people. Through this project PEAT Behaviour Analysts are providing support and training to help teach and support the individuals with autism, their parents, teacher, teaching staff etc. The Centre for Behaviour Analysis in collaboration with, 'Parents' Education as Autism Therapists (PEAT)', are offering five training events as part of the ongoing Big Lottery Fund project.
Around 20 pupils presenting their end-of-the-year concert, showcasing their learning and performaing with Creative Music Technologies.
Around 200 pupils age 4-17 attending different JAM programmes will be showing their musicianship skills through choral singing, brass band playing, guitar and flute ensembles.