Wednesday 16 October 2019 – Lunchtime Seminar with Dr Kassim S Mwitondi (Senior Lecturer in Applied Statistics/Data Mining)

Title: A Big Data Approach to Expounding Triggers of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Indicators Date and time: Wednesday 16 October 2019, 1pm-2pm Speaker: Dr Kassim S Mwitondi (Senior Lecturer in Applied Statistics/Data Mining, Sheffield Hallam University) Abstract Technological advances in computing power and explosions in data generation, continue to trigger data–intensive research and related activities across disciplines, through, inter–alia, different […]

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Wednesday 2nd October 2019 – Lunchtime Seminar with Ko-Le Chen (videographer/ethnographer based in Newcastle Upon Tyne)

Title: Making research fictions – taking a creative approach to ethnographic accounts in workplace studies Speaker: Ko-Le Chen (videographer/ethnographer based in Newcastle Upon Tyne) Date and time: Wednesday 2nd October 2019, 1pm-2pm Hosted by: Professor Luigina Ciolfi (Sheffield Hallam University) Abstract In this seminar, Ko-Le will showcase some of her doctoral research on academic dissemination. Ko-Le took a feminist and practice-based approach to studying a […]

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Monday 22 July 2019 – Lunchtime Seminar with Dr Sonja Pedell (Associate Professor and Director of the Future Self & Design Living Lab at Swinburne University, Australia)

Sonja Pedell seminar (Lab4Living symposium) banner

Title: Advocacy for and co-design with older adults and people living with dementia Speaker: Dr Sonja Pedell (Associate Professor and Director of the Future Self & Design Living Lab at Swinburne University, Australia) Hosted by: Lab4Living Abstract This presentation will focus on advocacy for and co-design with older adults and people living with dementia – both are considered not only to be crucial to […]

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‘Lab4Living and Beyond’ symposium 22 July 2019

Lab4Living and Beyond

Research active staff from across the University are warmly invited to participate in the upcoming ‘Lab4Living and Beyond’ symposium on the morning of 22nd July 2019. Arranged by early career researchers within Lab4Living, we hope the symposium will provide a snapshot of what we do in the Lab, as well as enable meaningful connections and collaborations for future work. Plan […]

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SHU Space & Place Group Conference – Featuring screening of Esther Johnson’s ‘Alone Together’ and sessions by Becky Shaw and James Corazzo – Wednesday 10 July 2019

Still from 'Alone Together' by Professor Esther Johnson

This free day-long event hosted by Sheffield Hallam University’s Space & Place Group at Kelham Island Industrial Museum on 10 July 2019 (as part of the University of Sheffield’s From Brooklyn Works to Brooklynism programme) brings together academics from across SHU, and beyond, to explore different ways of researching spaces and places, specifically from the perspective of comfort and discomfort. This event […]

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Critical Arts in Health Network event 24 June: Resistance and Resilience. Working with Willow Withies

Critical Arts in Health Network

On Monday 24th June, the fourth in a series of critical arts in health events facilitated by ADRC PhD students Julie Walters and Sarah Smizz will consider Resistance and Resilience. Event 4: Resistance and Resilience. Working with Willow Withies In this workshop we will attempt to make wearable structures with willow, and as we consider a quote from Tim Ingold’s book, Making, […]

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Art & Design Research Surgeries at the HPO with Sarah Wild – Wednesday 26 June 2019

SIA Post Hall, HPO Cafe, Research Support Surgeries

Sarah Wild, Research Support Manager for C3RI, is running a number of research surgeries for researchers in Sheffield Institute of Arts (SIA) at the Head Post Office (HPO). Invitation from Sarah If you have any queries about support for your Research activities, the ADRC/C3RI Research Support Team are always here to help.  We are based over in Cantor Building but in […]

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Creative Interruptions in Collaboration with OTO hosts – CHALLENGING ERASURE: RESTORING AND NARRATING PALESTINE

Image credit: The Silent Protest - dir Mahasen Naser Eldin

Creative Interruptions and OTO wish to offer this opportunity for artists and academics in Sheffield to meet and join a discussion about Palestine, give insight into the ways in which Palestine has been documented across the decades and expand the creative dialogue between Sheffield and Palestinian filmmakers and artists. OTO is a practice-led screening and discussion group on current debates […]

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WEDNESDAY 12 June 2019 – Lunchtime Seminar with Ivan Phelan (Research Fellow, C3RI, Sheffield Hallam University)

Title: Virtual Reality: How engaging content can aid rehabilitation and reduce pain Speaker: Ivan Phelan (Research Fellow, C3RI, Sheffield Hallam University) Abstract Virtual Reality (VR) technology is still in its infancy, but the technology is improving and becoming more affordable to a point where it will become a more mass-market device. Currently, the main market for VR is in entertainment. […]

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Wednesday 29 May 2019 – Lunchtime Seminar with Dr Lada Trifonova Price (Senior Journalism Lecturer, Department of Media, Arts and Communication, Sheffield Hallam University)

Title: Media corruption and issues of journalistic and institutional integrity in post-communist countries: The case of Bulgaria Speaker: Dr Lada Trifonova Price (Senior Journalism Lecturer, Department of Media, Arts and Communication, Sheffield Hallam University) Abstract From a normative standpoint the media are usually seen as one of the pillars of a national integrity system, entrusted with the tasks of exposing […]

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