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Public Lecture Series 2019/20

Our CASS public lecture series is open to the public to engage and attract external practitioners and academics. 


Due to Covid-19, all Public Lectures were postponed

Beneficial or Detrimental? The relationship between sustainability, eco-schools and Ofsted reportsby Dr Athanasia Chatzifotiou
Wednesday 23 October 2019

'Evaluation of the Bystander Project: A statistical analysis'' by Dr Nicola Roberts and Ms Heaven Marsh
Wednesday 27 November 2019

Mad Studies as a possible Knowledge Democracy? by Dr Toby Brandon (Northumbria University)
Wednesday 11 December 2019

Working in the Modern NHS: Going beyond, and on towards breaking point’ by Dr Paddy Hutchinson (Northumbria University)
Wednesday 26 February 2020

Place aesthetics and dialectics in the cultural and creative industries’ by Dr Matthew Durey 
Wednesday 25 March 2020

Nature, Nurture and Future: narratives of women who are not mothers’ by Dr Sheila Quaid 
Wednesday 29 April 2020

‘Diasporic Reorientations: emotional geographies of the Zimbabwean diaspora in a post-Mugabe era’
by Dr John Clayton (Northumbria University) 
Wednesday 27 May 2020

From Practitioner to Researcher’ by Dr Lesley Deacon 
Wednesday 24 June 2020