Events in October 2019

Green Drinks – Climate Answers Environmental Synergy Event

17 October 6:00pm – 9:30pm
Primrose Hill Community Centre

The evening will include an introduction to the charity Climate Answers and a panel discussion. Speakers include Dr Audrey de Nazelle, Imperial College, Nick Butler, Financial Times, Ben Cuddon, Climate Ed, Dr Ana Mijic, Imperial College, Safia Minney, Peopletree, Roger Harrabin, formerly BBC, and Saricher Mann CISL.

Please join us and take this opportunity to make conversation, share knowledge, and discuss ideas on how we can collectively communicate and act on climate change more effectively. A vegan buffet and drinks will be provided.

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Decolonizing Political Economy: Transforming the University

Saturday 19 October 10:30am – 4:00pm
King’s College London, Bush House, Strand Campus, London WC2B 4BG

This one-day workshop, organised by the Decolonizing Political Economy working group at King’s College London, is the first of a series that will address the question of how to pursue a truly decolonized education. The first panel will bring together academics and students from across King’s to reflect on the work that has already been done, and the strategies and challenges faced by movements to decolonize across the university. The second panel will bring these conversations together to examine the question of what is to be done at King’s going forward? How best can we collaborate to radically transform our university?

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Peer to Peer Research Mapping – for pathways 8&9

31 October 10:00am – 16:30pm
Location TBC

The workshop will help us build connections between the pathways, identify synergies between our research projects, as well as help identify further opportunities and activities (for example, we can explore ideas to put in for the Student Led Activity Fund).

The workshop will be facilitated by Enrol Yourself, an award winning social enterprise redesigning lifelong learning by harnessing the power of peer groups to multiply individual and collective development.

Lunch will be provided and we’ll share more information about the day in due course. Places are limited so please RSVP as soon as possible.

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VEM+Exhibition: Art & Exclusions

2 October – 7 November
The Exchange, Strand Campus, London

This series presents the work of four artist/researchers collaborations; a poet, a visual artist, an actor and playwright, an animation artist, and four social scientists working on questions of exclusion, stigmatisation, marginalisation, conflict and violence from the Faculty of Social Science and Public Policy (SSPP).

Through video, film, performance, poetry, photography, public events and participation the exhibition invites you to discover the work of social scientists and artists within and outside of King’s who use visual, embodied and art-based methodologies in the study of sensitive issues.

Events in November 2019

Events in December 2019

LISS DTP Christmas Party

4 December 5pm – 9pm
University Women’s Club

Come and join us at the LISS DTP Christmas party!
We will be gathering at the University Women’s Club to enjoy some festive food and cheer. All LISS funded students, their supervisors and pathway leads are welcome.

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Events in January 2019

British Library Doctoral Open Days

20 January – 28 February
The British Library

The British Library has scheduled another season of Doctoral Open days in January and February 2020. These Open Days are designed for first-year PhD students who are new to the library and explain the practicalities of using the Library and its services, including navigating physical and online collections. Students are encouraged to choose the event which is of most interest and relevance to their studies, from the following:

Asian & African Collections – Monday 20 January 2020
Music Collections – Monday 27 January 2020
The Collections at Boston Spa … and beyond – Wednesday 29 January 2020
British & European Collections from Antiquity to 1600 – Monday 3 February 2020
British & European Collections after 1600 – Monday 17 February 2020
Contemporary Society and Culture Collections – Monday 24 February 2020
The Americas Collections – Friday 28 February 2020

The Box Office will open in mid-October and further details will be available then from the British Library website.

Most events organised by the London Arts and Humanities Partnership – (a Doctoral Training Partnership) – are also open to LISS DTP students. Visit LAHP Events for details.

LISS DTP students can access the extensive range of short courses run by the ESRC’s National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM).

ESRC funded students may also be able to attend courses provided by other ESRC DTPs, subject to availability. The following DTPs are in the London area:

Additional useful information can be found on the ESRC Research Skills and Resources page.