All entries for Tuesday 16 June 2009
June 16, 2009
Sociologists Talking is an interactive exhibition based on research data from interviews with academics carried out by Dr Elisabeth Simbuerger (current IAS Fellow).
The analysis and creation of the exhibition was carried out by Elisabeth Simbuerger and Cath Lambert.
Do drop by R1.15, Ramphal Building before the exhibition ends tomorrow.
The winners of the PhD poster competition were announced a short while ago. The Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel Thrift handed out the prizes.
Rosario(Sociology) won the First prize (£100) for her poster titled "Woman and Work in Chilie".
There were three Commended Posters (£50 each):
Sevinc Ermck (CRER) for the poster titled "The Rise of Islamist Bourgeoisie Sine 1990's"
Shaheen Ashraf (Sociology) for "Woman and Water Management in Sindh, Pakistan"
Wee-Hoe Tan (Institute of Education) for "Game Based Learning for Formal Education Contexts".
Congratulations to all the winners.
Tuesday's Researcher of the Day is Dr Layla Branicki of the Warwick Business School.
Layla has a BSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies with first class honours from the University of Portsmouth, an MA in Legal and Political Theory from University College London and a PhD from the Warwick Business School.
She is a Research Fellow in the Strategy, Organisational Learning and Resilience Research Unit (SOLAR) based within WBS’s Marketing and Strategic Management Group.
Today's podcasts are by Ivan Gololobov (Sociology), Post-Socialist Punk:
- Post-Socialist Punk in Eastern Europe - Introduction
- A Social Context for Punk
- A History of Russian Punk
- Organisation and Connections
All the podcasts are also available to download from iTunes U.
Tuesday's Book of the Day is Gurminder K Bhambra and Robbie Shilliam's (eds), Silencing Human Rights: Critical Engagements with a Contested Project.