Past events

14
Aug
2018

Defending your ideas and responding to critique

These sessions are designed for HDR students and will cover a range of topics that will assist them to develop as researchers.This session will offer some...
06
Aug
2018

Renewing Sociology in the Digital Age

It is now well-established that digital devices, techniques and new forms of data are deeply implicated in the re-working of social life, and this has only...
12
Jun
2018

Presentation and publication

These sessions are designed for HDR students and will cover a range of topics that will assist them to develop as researchers.This session will, firstly,...
21
May
2018

Beyond Nothing to Hide, Nothing to Fear: Acquiescence, Value Calculus, and the Digital Practices of Affluent Surveillance Subjects

A common response to digital surveillance is the ‘nothing to hide, nothing to fear’ (NTHNTF) argument, which suggests only those with something to hide should...
14
May
2018

Exploring normative strain in Thailand: life crises as identified by 13 to 15 year-old young people in Pathum Thani province, northern Krungthep (Bangkok).

In developing a concept of normative strain, this paper presents the results of work undertaken in outer urban Pathum Thani province to the immediate north of...
07
May
2018

How can we study secretive organisations? The Commission for International Justice and Accountability and the Politics of Methodology

The Commission for International Justice and Accountability (CIJA) established in 2011 through European state funds is a private, non-profit NGO committed to...
03
May
2018

Plus ça change: the past two decades of the global AIDS response

Twenty years ago, the introduction of combination antiretroviral therapy almost immediately slashed death rates in high income countries, transforming the AIDS...

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