Dr McPhillips' seminar: Religion on Trial: State Responses to Child Sexual Abuse in Religious Organisations

Sociology and Anthropology Seminar Series

Start Date Thursday, 14 August 2014, 04:00 pm
End Date Thursday, 6 November 2014, 05:00 pm
Description

Semester 2, 2014

The Sociology and Anthropology Seminar Series, hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Science, is designed to showcase the exciting social science research being conducted by staff and PhD students across the University of Newcastle. 

It also regularly brings high profile social scientists from other institutions to Newcastle to present their latest work.


Thursday 14 August 4-5pm
Rural Youth Subjectivities in Late Modernity: Situated Narratives and Affective Intensities
Dr David Farrugia, School of Humanities and Social Science, University of Newcastle


Thursday 25 September 12:30-1:30pm
Communication as Aid: The Criticality of Information to Refugees Facing Repatriation on the Thai-Burma Border
Victoria Jack, School of Design, Communication and IT, University of Newcastle


Wednesday 8 October 3-4pm
How 'Critically Open-minded' are we? An Australian Perspective, through the World Values Survey
Dr S A Hamed Hosseini, School of Humanities and Social Science, University of Newcastle


Thursday 6 November 4-5pm
The Danish Championship of Associational Development: On the New Voluntarism in the Project-Based Welfare State Rasmus Bergmann, Centre for Sports, Health & Civil Society, University of Southern Denmark


All seminars are held in room W301a in the Behavioural Sciences building, Callaghan, and video-linked to Ourimbah HO1.73.Find out more about

research in the School of Humanities and Social Science

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Location Room W301a, Behavioural Sciences Building, Callaghan Campus, University of Newcastle
Contact Caragh.Brosnan@newcastle.edu.au
RSVP Thursday, 5 June 2014