CLCC Research Seminars
CLCC Research Seminars - All Welcome
A regular activity in the calendar of the CLCC, the Research Seminar Programme invites staff and postgraduate students to give talks based on their current work within the Centre.
The seminars currently take place on alternate Thursdays from 14.45-15:30 and are held online via MS Teams.
Due to the diverse nature of the academic interests represented within the Centre – ranging from modern languages through history, philosophy and art to science communication and more – our programme of seminars reflects a wide range of topics and is intended firstly to offer speakers a chance to share their work with others within the Centre and secondly to showcase the work of the Centre outside it.
Joining a Seminar
All are welcome. Registration is often open via eventbrite. To attend the next CLCC Research Seminar, please contact Sheila Ekudo.
Seminars will be recorded and a selection of past seminar recordings is also available to watch. All recordings be accessed via the CLCC Research Seminar Recordings webpage.
Upcoming CLCC Research Seminars
|Date||Title and Speakers|
|Thurs 28th October 2021||Contextos: developing interactive readings for a flipped languages classroom (Gorka Bilbao-Terreros & Iria González-Becerra)|
|Thurs 11th November 2021||You Be the Judge: The Science, Practice, and Art of Evaluating Expert Performance (George Waddell)|
|Thurs 25th November 2021||What happened to our flying cars? Fresh evidenced-based approaches to futures thinking (Michael Weatherburn & Mark Pope)|
|Thurs 9th December 2021||Like a stick of rock or Dear Diary (Elizabeth Hauke)|
|Thurs 6th January 2022||The lack of representation of Black dolls in the UK toyshops (Cristina Cabral)|
|Thurs 20th January 2022||Engineer Refugees from Nazism in Britain and their innovations (Anna Nyburg)|
|Thurs 3rd February 2022||Understanding Under Milk Wood (Gareth Mitchell)|
|Thurs 17th February 2022||On the Production Methods of Pot-still Whisky – a snapshot of whisky manufacture a century ago in the ‘Whisky Capital of the World’ (Ruth Herd)|
|Thurs 3rd March 2022||Working for the war effort: the contribution of ‘enemy aliens’ to the British war effort in the Second World War (Charmian Brinson)|
|All seminars run from 14:45-15:30|
Download the Research Seminar Programme 2021-22 (pdf)