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Dr Bryan Brazeau participates in conference at the Newberry Library

On the 14th and 15th April 2022, Dr Bryan Brazeau (Associate Professor, Liberal Arts) participated in Processing the Pandemic I: Loss at the Newberry Library in Chicago, Illinois. Bryan was one of the three co-organisers of the conference, along with Dr Rose Miron (Director of the D'Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies at the Newberry Library) and Dr Christopher Fletcher (Assistant Director of the Newberry Library's Center for Renaissance Studies).

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Liberal Arts alumni share their stories with current students

Liberal Arts graduates during the live event

At the start of March, we invited some of our graduates to share their journeys from Warwick to what they're doing now. Organised by our Employability and Placement Manager, Bodrun Nahar, the event gave current students the opportunity to hear directly from alumni about their experiences of entering the world of work and further study.

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Thu 14 Apr 2022, 10:06 | Tags: Liberal Arts Alumni Student stories Current students

Upcoming Talk by Dr Kirsten Harris for the Resonate Festival

Poster for Resonate Festival

To celebrate Coventry’s year as UK City of Culture, the University of Warwick – a principal partner of City of Culture – has been hosting The Resonate Festival. Next week marks the grand finale of the festival: three days of special events taking place on campus from 19-21 April 2022.

Dr Kirsten Harris, Associate Professor in Liberal Arts, will be contributing to the festival on Thursday evening, sharing her thoughts on the disputed concept of freedom.

Tue 12 Apr 2022, 12:22 | Tags: Liberal Arts Event Staff stories

Professor Stéphanie Panichelli-Batalla shares her research on the Cuban Internationalist Solidarity Programme

In the final episode of the Faculty of Arts at Home Series, Professor Stéphanie Panichelli-Batalla (Professor in Global Sustainable Development and Head of the School for Cross-faculty Studies) gets us thinking about health and its delivery from a global perspective, by sharing her research on the Cuban Internationalist Solidarity Programme. Hear from Stéphanie about what healthcare means to the professionals on the programme, as well as how the programme itself has impacted Cuban society.

Find out more about staff research interests in the School for Cross-faculty Studies.


School for Cross-faculty Studies Public Lecture: Register Now

  • ‘Global Multiple Migration: Class-Based Mobility Capital of Elite Chinese Gay Men’
  • Wednesday 16 March 2022, 4-6 pm (GMT). The reception for this lecture will start at 4 pm and the talk will start at 4:30 pm.
  • Hybrid event: Room R1.15, Ramphal Building, and online on MS Teams.
  • All Warwick staff, students, and alumni, as well as the general public, are welcome to attend.

Register for the event.

Speaker

Susanne Choi Yuk Ping

Susanne Choi Yuk Ping is Professor at the Department of Sociology and the Co-Director of the Gender Research Centre at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She received her D.Phil. in Sociology from Nuffield College, University of Oxford. Susanne uses a feminist lens to explore a diverse set of issues related to migration, gender, sexuality, family, work, and social movements in Chinese societies. Her lead–authored book Masculine Compromise (published by University of California Press) explores how men’s rural to urban migration shapes gender and family dynamics in post-socialist China. Her articles were published by American Journal of Sociology, Journal of Marriage and Family, Sociology, British Journal of Sociology, Social Science and Medicine, Sociology of Health and Illness, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, The China Quarterly, Work, Employment and Society, Gender, Work and Organization, and Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies among others.

Wed 02 Mar 2022, 10:55 | Tags: Liberal Arts Event School for Cross-faculty Studies

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