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CASS Public Lecture Series 2020/21

The CASS Public Lecture Series is a monthly event on a Wednesday at which we showcase the research of members of CASS and/or invite external speakers to present their latest research.

Current events

These events will be hosted online, registration is not required.

'Exploring the concept of Hate Relationships in the study of Hate Crime' by Prof Stephen Macdonald, Prof Catherine Donovan (Durham University) & Dr John Clayton (Northumbria University). 

Date/Time: Wednesday 30 June 2021, 15.00-17.00 via Teams

 

Past events

'The carceral existence of social work academics: a Foucauldian analysis of social work education in English universities' by Dr Diane Simpson
Wednesday 26 May 2021


'Lost England? A Post-Brexit Travelogue in Pandemic Times’
 by Prof. Roger Burrows (Newcastle University)
Wednesday 28 April 2021

'A Qualitative ‘Evaluation’ of the Bystander Project: the problem of binaries' by Dr Nicola Roberts, 
Dr Julie Ovington and Ms Heaven Marsh.
Wednesday 17 March 2021

'Incredible Witnesses: Barriers to justice for people with learning disabilities’ by Dr Helen Williams
Wednesday 24 February 2021

‘The Children’s Community: Story of Place’ by Dr Lesley Deacon and Ms. Zeta Bikova
Wednesday 27 January 2021

'Universal Free School Breakfast: a Socioecological Perspective' by Dr Louise Harvey-Golding
Wednesday 9 December 2020

'These are vulnerable people who don't have a voice': Exploring constructions of vulnerability and ageing in the context of safeguarding older people by Dr Sarah Lonbay
Wednesday 25 November 2020

‘Nature, Nurture and Future: narratives of women who are not mothers’ by Dr Sheila Quaid
Wednesday 28 October 2020

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