C3RI seminar series 2017-18
A programme of lunchtime research seminars for SHU staff and postgraduate students.
If you are interested in presenting as part of the seminar series, or have a suggested external speaker, please contact the relevant academic lead below or email the C3RI Administrator
|Wednesday 04 October 2017||1.00pm-2.00pm||Cantor 9223||Dr Anjana Raghavan, Sociology||Intersections of Performance, Violence and Resistance: Trans-Solidarities in Southern India. More ...|
|Tuesday 17 October 2017||1.00pm-2.00pm||Cantor 9140||Tim Woolliscroft, Sheffield Business School||Improving Healthcare Efficiency Through Smart Community, Utopia or Dystopia? More ...|
|Tuesday 21 November 2017||1.00pm-2.00pm||Cantor 9129||Dr Liz Austen, Research, Evaluation and Student Engagement||The use of digital storytelling for capturing student voices. More ...|
|Tuesday 05 December 2017||1.00pm-2.00pm||Cantor 9137||Dr Uta Hinrichs, University of St Andrews||Visualisation as a Process More ...
Hosted by: Luigina Ciolfi
|Monday 11 December 2017||1.00pm-2.00pm||Cantor 9137||Mark Subryan (C3RI PhD candidate), Journalism||Heroes and Villains: What do the discursive practices of national tabloid journalists in the UK say about professional identity and newsroom practice? More ...
Hosted by: Dr David Clarke
|Tuesday 23 January 2018||1.00pm-2.00pm||HPO MA Design Studio 16.1.16||Caroline Claisse (C3RI PhD candidate), Design||Transforming communities through co-designing novel experiences of heritage at a local museum – a participatory case of research through design
|Wednesday 31st January 2018||1.00pm-2.00pm||Cantor 9106||Dr Deepayan Bhowmik (Lecturer in Computing)||Signal and Image processing for digital security, surveillance and trust
|Wednesday 14 February 2018||1.00pm-2.00pm||Cantor 9016||Dr David Clarke (Reader in Journalism)||From ‘Freddie Starr Ate My Hamster’ to PizzaGate: what is Fake News and what can we do about it? More...|
|Wednesday 07 March 2018||1.00pm-2.30pm||Cantor 9235||Professor David Machin (Professor of Media & Communication), Örebro University, Sweden||How teachers and researchers lose control of their own work in marketized education: A multimodal analysis of documents in educational institutions