Highlights

The Social Scholar seminar series

The Social Scholar is a series of public lunchtime seminars looking into the theme of social media. Each session includes a 20 minute presentation from an expert already using social media in the humanities followed by discussion and Q&A. In these sessions we will learn how to better use social media in a professional capacity and what the difficulties and issues are. The series will look at blogs, Twitter, Facebook, and other social media services.

The seminars are free and open to all. Registration is not required. Use the search words 'social scholar' to find events on the SAS events calendar.

Date Institute Title Venue

28/10/15
13:00

School of Advanced Study Social Scholar: Crowdsourcing and scholarship inside and outside the academy Room 243 (Senate House)

University of London Trust Fund events

The School organises an annual Trust Fund programme of prestigious public lectures, recitals and readings. These are free to attend and all are welcome.

Date Institute Title Venue
20/05/16 11:00 Institute of Modern Languages Research Trauma in the Text: Forms and Formulations of Trauma in Women's Life-Writing in French Room G35 (Ground Floor)
17/06/16 10:00 Institute of Modern Languages Research Linda Lê after the Millennium Room 104 (Senate House, first floor)

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Conferences and symposia

Each year, the institutes organise a programme of conferences and symposia in their specialist subject areas often in collaboration with other academic, research and subject community organisations. See each event listing for full information and how to book your place.

Date Institute Title Venue
12/05/16 10:00 Institute of Modern Languages Research Women and 'Heimat' in German Literature and Visual Culture, 1871-1933 Room 349 (3rd floor)
17/05/16 09:00 Institute of Philosophy The 13th Annual London-Berkeley Philosophy Conference The Senate Room (Senate House, First Floor)
19/05/16 10:00 Institute of Latin American Studies Creative Spaces: Urban Culture and Marginality in Latin America Room G37 (Ground Floor)

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