Research Seminar Series: Spring 2017

  • Wed
    January
    25

    Dr Niall Whelehan (Strathclyde – History)

    “Transnational radicalism and the Irish diaspora: A look at the Ladies’ Land League of Dundee in the late-19th century”

    4pm-5pm, Lord Hope Room 104abc

  • Wed
    February
    1
    Dr Paul Dimeo (University of Stirling – History; Frontier Lecture programme by Fulbright Commission)

    “Doping scandals, the media and global policy making: the empowerment of anti-doping since 1998”

    4pm-5pm, Lord Hope Room 104abc

  • Wed
    February
    8
    Dr Juliet Shields (University of Washington – English)

    “Scottish women writers and the work of fiction in the Victorian periodical press”

    4pm-5pm, Lord Hope Room 104abc

  • Wed
    February
    15
    Dr Tita Beaven (Open University – Modern Languages; LATE Lunches series)

    “Teaching languages online on a massive scale: lessons from running a programme of massive open online courses in Spanish and Italian”

    4pm-5pm, Lord Hope Room 104abc

  • Wed
    February
    22
    Dr Michael Higgins (Strathclyde – Journalism & Creative Writing)

    "Media incivility and authenticity"

    4pm-5pm, Lord Hope Room 104abc

  • Wed
    March
    1
    Dr Catriona Macdonald (University of Glasgow – History & English)

    “Scottish history as popular literature: Nigel Tranter, John Prebble and Dorothy Dunnett”

    4pm-5pm, Lord Hope Room 104abc

  • Wed
    March
    8
    Xabier San Isidro (Spanish Embassy – Modern Languages; LATE Lunches series)

    “CLIL (content and language integrated learning) tasks for the SFL (Spanish as a foreign language) classroom”

    4-5pm Lord Hope Room LH213ab

  • Wed
    March
    15
    Mar Parra (PG Strathclyde – Modern Languages)

    “The audience reception of dubbed satire: Extras in Spanish”

    4pm-5pm, Lord Hope Room 104abc

  • Wed
    March
    22
    Dr Meg Jensen (Kingston University – Journalism, Creative Writing & English)

    “Carving out the why?": The art and science of storytelling in post-conflict contexts”

    4pm-5pm, Lord Hope Room 104abc

  • Wed
    March
    29
    Dr Michael Sanders (University of Manchester – English)

    “Sweat, blood and gold: Poetics and political economy in Chartist writing”

    4pm-5pm, Lord Hope Room 104abc