Events from the 16 November 2021
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 2023
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
The ESRC Festival of Social Science is an annual series of events, held in both Durham and across the country, offering a fascinating insight into some of the world’s leading social science research and resulting impact.
01 November 2021 - 30 November 2021
Supported Progression, or SP, is a programme ran by Durham’s Access and Engagement team to recruit eligible Year 12 students to the University in an alternative way.
01 November 2021 - 14 January 2022
What are the paradoxes of Lived Catholicism and how can it be authentically prophetic?
An online conference
15 November 2021 - 16 November 2021
Representing Memory Project Seminar by Prof. Simon James
16 November 2021
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
IAS Seminar Room, Cosins Hall.
What can we learn from community organising, the good, the bad and the unresolved, as we seek to create and sustain greener, safer, and fairer societies?
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Annual Event, Online: Connecting Communities for a Sustainable Future
Online Event - Zoom
Anouk Rigterink, 'Violence and Female Political Representation: Evidence from Colombia'.
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence Reading Group
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
This is a fortnightly online reading group. The link is available to members upon joining the mailing list.
The Music Research Forum welcomes Dr Luis-Manuel Garcia, University of Birmingham . Please register for the event using the link below
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Invisible Disability in Coalmining Communities
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
At a junction that marks both the twenty-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and the USA’s recent withdrawal from Afghanistan, two current Durham researchers will discuss their work on how the legacy of 9/11 has played out across contemporary culture. This event is organised by the Centre for Modern Conflicts and Cultures.
IAS Public Lecture by Dr James Ainge, University of St. Andrews.
Kenworthy Hall, St Mary's College