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What is academic writing? In this symposium we undertake a transdisciplinary
stance to examining the tightly regulated practices of disciplinary writing. So
doing, we will shed light on some of the hidden dynamics and tensions within.
Our intention is to position academic writing as an object of inquiry from
different methodological and epistemological perspectives such that
alternative theoretical and pedagogical approaches to this central aspect of
both student and educator everyday life might be facilitated.15 May 2020
Borneo Nature Foundation: Research and outreach in action with speaker Dr Susan Cheyne (Oxford Brookes University).
Decolonising the University: Knowledge, Power and Legal Diversity with speaker Dr Samia Bano (SOAS)
A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2019 entry.
Come along to an amazing fundraising event for SLOW LORIS conservation.
What is IDOL in Japan? From a viewpoint of sociology of fan culture with speaker Professor Izumi Tsuji (SOAS, University of London).
Gibbon conservation in China with speaker Dr Sam Turvey (Zoological Society London).
Can Universities Survive the Post-Truth Era with speaker Professor Stephen Fuller (Warwick)
Migration and Hospitality: Space, Precarity, Belonging Workshop
With Keynote speaker Professor Ben Rogaly (University of Sussex)
Thrive or Merely Survive? The Kimono Retail Industry in the 21 st Century with speaker Julie Valk (Oxford Brookes University).
Social interactions in Mexican young howler monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in continuous and fragmented forest with speaker Dr Cristina Jasso (National Autonomous University of Mexico).