Past events

21
May
2019

Sociology HDR application workshop

The School of Sociology is holding an informal workshop for anyone interested in applying to do a PhD with us. Please come along to find out more about the...
20
May
2019

Dr Luke Bearup: Protecting Victims (of the Discourses) of Human Trafficking & Modern Slavery

Increasingly the rhetoric of modern slavery is being deployed alongside that of human trafficking, as a means of addressing various forms of injustice and...
08
May
2019

Sociology students film festival

The 2019 Sociology Students Film Festival celebrates some of the best videos produced by sociology students during 2018 courses. Produced on the occasion of...
24
Apr
2019

Dr Peter Nugus: Who has the right to speak for the public’s health?

Social scientific research on medical education, particularly from a sociological perspective, has grown considerably in the last two decades, given the...
15
Apr
2019

The Real Estate Foothold in the Holy Land: Transnational Gentrification in Jerusalem

Gentrification theory blames the widening and transnationalisation of the phenomenon on the global commodification of housing and the emergence of a ‘planetary...
10
Apr
2019

10 years of global drug policy: What have we learnt and where are we heading?

Highlights from the March 2019 UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs   Join us for the first event of the 2019 Canberra Drug Policy Series where Australian drug...
27
Mar
2019

Doing the Future Differently: AI and the promise of a new ‘response-ability'

The future is upon us, or so it seems. Not for the first time, and surely not for the last, bold and far-reaching claims are being made about how new...

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