Part of our weekly Research Culture Seminar series, this presentation by Dr Abel Ugba will introduce ongoing research on the health and healing practices of African Pentecostals in London.
The Faculty of Social Sciences' Graduate School Conference is an annual interdisciplinary event where PhD researchers in the Faculty present their work in progress in a supportive environment.
This one-day symposium will showcase current developments in theory, methodology and practice in the field of sexual politics, with presentations from seven scholars sharing new research.
This event aims to bring together people who have bridged the arts and social sciences to produce critical and creative outputs around the theme of 'Fat'.
This Centre for Ethnicity and Racism Studies (University of Leeds) panel will explore the Trojan Horse scandal through the lens of liberalism, equalities and Critical Muslim Studies.
This Research Culture Seminar is jointly organised with the Centre for Disability Studies, an interdisciplinary university research centre. It is also part of their 'Conversations Series'.
- One day event
- Reoccuring events