Published: Friday, 25 May 2012 12:12
Written by Colin Sumner
The International State Crime Initiative (ISCI), King’s College London (KCL), and Sage Publications are staging the following book launch:
Dr Christopher Williams:
Researching Power, Elites and Leadership
“This exciting new text consolidates the hows and whys of researching powerful people” - Sage
Thursday 14 June 2012, 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Moot Court Room, Somerset House East Wing (Dickson Poon School of Law), Strand Campus, King’s College London, WC2R 2LS
The launch will be introduced by chair Penny Green, Professor of Law and Criminology at King’s College London. The author, Christopher Williams, Lecturer at the Centre of International Education and Research at the University of Birmingham, will then offer his comments after which there will be an opportunity for questions and answers. Light refreshments will follow.
Copies of the book will be available for purchase on the night. We will also have copies of the State Crime Journal and “State Crime: Governments, Violence and Corruption” by Tony Ward and Penny Green available for purchase.
Please be advised that these items are purchasable by cash only.
Published: Tuesday, 29 January 2013 08:42
Written by University College Cork
Theory and Philosophy Summer School
2013 University College Cork, Ireland
at Blackrock Castle
"Transgression and Normativity"
The Theory and Philosophy Summer School is an intensive course in theories, concepts and methods of inquiry designed for the needs of postgraduate students & researchers, especially doctoral candidates, in the Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences, in Sociology, Philosophy, History, Anthropology, Politics, Languages, Arts, Literature and Classics, from universities throughout Ireland, Europe and around the world who are developing theoretical and interpretive paradigms for their research. TAPSS offers a student-centered and collaborative setting in which students participate in sessions led by academics from UCC and guest professors. Conventional didactic presentations are bolstered by small group work, student-led seminars and discussions, peer-group presentation and feedback sessions.
To optimize students' learning experience at the Theory and Philosophy Summer School the number of participants will be limited to 30.
Places available. Worth 5 ECTS credits.
More information here