Monthly Archives: January 2014

Trading Places: Encounters with diversity on a South London Street Market

David Rubyan-Ling//Geography//5th of February//1-2 pm//Arts C133 My paper explores the notion of diversity in the context of a public street market in Southwark, South London. Street markets are seen as archetypal spaces of urban encounter and thus potentially have a … Continue reading

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Women and religious practices in Uzbekistan: Transformation and changes in the light of the post Soviet period

Matluba Wakefield//Anthropology//29th January//1-2 pm//Arts C133 This lecture explores the experience of  transformation of Uzbek women’s religious and ritual lives in Tashkent after Independence.  The presentation is based on research conducted over four years, covering the English, Russian, Uzbek language literature … Continue reading

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Caught in the Web: Toward new Internet based Research Methods

David Saunders//International Relations//22nd January//1-2 pm//Arts C133  “In an attempt to trace how propaganda has or has not changed with the advent of the Internet and its associated technologies I have encountered many stumbling blocks to do with the shear size … Continue reading

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Lecture Series Programme Announced

The programme for the Global Studies PhD Lecture Series is now finalised! See the poster below.  The series takes place every Wednesday 1-2pm in Arts C 133 lecture theatre. Please circulate to any of your networks you think might be … Continue reading

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