Postgraduate Research Conference 2017
- Date: Wednesday 22 March 2017, 09:00 – 16:00
- Location: Beech Grove House
- Cost: Free
A student-led event with the principal aim of encouraging the widest participation from postgraduate researchers.
This is a great opportunity to give a paper or poster in a friendly, supportive environment and receive feedback to inform the development of your work in the future. It is also a good opportunity to meet with other research postgraduates across the faculty.
View the 2017 Postgraduate Research Conference Abstracts
9:00-9:30 Registration and Coffee
9:30-9:40 Introduction - Mr Stuart Lister, Faculty Director of Graduate Studies
9:40-10:20 Panel 1: Environment, Development, Education.
Zuraidah Ismail (Education) Shaping the Mind: Exploring the Evolution of Newly Qualified Teachers’ Cognition.
Oriana Casasola (Law) A Sustainable Approach to Insolvency Law.
Chair: Shareefa Fadhel
10:20-10:25 Comfort Break
10:25-11:25 Panel 2: Equality, Gender, Disability, Poverty.
Alex Norman (Politics and International Studies). Representation and community customs in Nunavut.
Rumana Hossain (Education). Shaping my World: Trajectory of Female Academics in a Developing Context.
Olena Gundarina (Education). ‘Sometimes I can’t Take it Anymore’: a Longitudinal Multiple Case Study into Issues of Russian-speaking Pupils in English Primary Schools.
Chair: Cristine Tjong
11:25-11:45 Coffee break
11:45-12:45 Keynote Speaker
Dr Kath Murray, University of Edinburgh. The politics, pitfalls and rewards of research impact: researching stop and search in Scotland.
13:45-14:30 Panel 3: Justice, Work, Community.
Bolaji Balogun (Sociology and Social Policy). Borders and Boundaries: Theorising the Impact of Negrophobia and Anti-Blackness in Poland.
Katherine Ingham (Education). ‘SELLING’ TEACHING: How Initial Teacher Training Marketing Shapes the Professional Identity of Trainee Teachers.
Chair: Marcello Sacco
14:30-14:45 Coffee break
14:45-15:30 Panel 4: Responsibility, Cooperation, Growth.
Ilaria Zavoli (Law). International Criminal Justice and the Phenomenon of Fugitives: Making the Case for Trials in Absentia.
Ben Willis (Politics and International Studies). ‘A World Free of Fear and Violence’? R2P and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Chair: Victoria Pattinson
15:30-15:40 Closing remarks from Professor Anthea Hucklesby, Faculty Pro-Dean for Research and Innovation.