Events from the 13 May 2022
This online training course provides a simple, contextual overview of international boundaries and the practical measures that can be taken to resolve international boundary disputes. Through a series of short online lectures and a final practical exercise, the course explores the relevance of borders and looks at land and maritime boundary disputes, before covering methods available for dispute resolution.
01 January 2021 - 31 December 2022
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
An exhibition, created in partnership with the National Museum of Japanese History, exploring how images of famous tales of samurai, travellers and heroes during the 18th and 19th centuries in Japan inspired art created during the real life conflicts at the end of the 19th century and early 20th century.
28 January 2022 - 15 May 2022
Oriental Museum, Elvet Hill, Durham, DH1 3TH
Week-long series of online and in-person events to celebrate the past 5 years research excellence and key outputs of the Centre for Energy Systems Integration (CESI).
09 May 2022 - 18 May 2022
Mon – Thurs: sessions online via Zoom with the poster event online
Fri am: InTEGReL, Low Thornley, Gateshead
Fri pm: Urban Science Building, Newcastle University for lunch, poster display & ceremony
A three-day weekend music festival, raising money for Ukraine. These hard-working bands and performers are giving their days up for free, for a great cause.
13 May 2022 - 15 May 2022
1 Camden Street
We are excited to present the first annual symposium put on by the Archaeology Department’s Material and Visual Culture Research and Impact Group. This one-day symposium will take place on Friday, 13 May 2022 in the Appleby lecture theatre (W103) located in the Geography building at the Science Site. We are also very pleased to announce that the keynote address will be given by Dr. Sue Brunning.
13 May 2022
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Appleby lecture theatre (W103), Geography Building, Durham University
To date, there has been promising progress in improving the robustness, reproducibility, and replicability of psychological research. However, for science to be truly open, it must be open to all. In this talk, the speaker will explore feminist perspectives on efforts to ‘open up’ science.
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
In-person & Online