Events

Details of our ‘migration’ themed events can be found by clicking on the ‘social justice – migration’ tab at the top of the page.

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Night-time Economies

Friday 16th February 2018, 2.30-5pm
Room 3.39 Armstrong Building, Newcastle University

We are delighted to welcome the following for this event:
Dr Adam Eldridge (History, Sociology and Criminology, University of Westminster) – ‘Midlife Drinkers: Diversity and Nocturnal Citizenship’
Dr Robert Shaw (Geography, Politics and Sociology)
Alicia Souter (Geography, Politics and Sociology) – ‘The Stuff of Night Mayors: Governance and The Evening Night Time Economy’.
Dr Ed Wainwright and Dr Samuel Austin (Architecture, Planning and Landscape) – ‘Newcastle After Dark’
Chair: Dr Clifton Evers (Media, Culture, Heritage, Newcastle University)

To book your free place at this event, please send an email to emma.coffield@newcastle.ac.uk
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Ethnograhies on Foot III – the walk

Friday 23rd February 2018 (timings and route tbc)

This programmed walk in the city centre will be led by visual artists Harriet and Rob Fraser, and will finish at the Great North Museum. It will also feature several short, en-route presentations and performances from:
Brian Moss (Media, Culture, Heritage)
Dr Jennine Jonczyk (Urban Observatory) and,
Bernadette Mcaloon (English Lit, Language & Linguistics) – ‘The Fields Remember : Memory Trace on Landscape and Place’.

Please wear warm clothing suitable for outdoor activities.

More details will be available soon, but to book your free place at this event please send an email to emma.coffield@newcastle.ac.uk
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You can follow our blog and twitter account (@csopnewcastle) to receive updates on events and opportunities throughout the year.

Suggestions for themes, topics and/or speakers for 2017-18 should be sent to Chris Whitehead (chris.whitehead@newcastle.ac.uk) or Emma Coffield (emma.coffield@newcastle.ac.uk).

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