Inaugural Lectures 2017-18

Keele's programme of Inaugural Lectures is delivered by newly established professors within the University and aims to give an illuminating account of the speaker's own subject specialism. The lectures, which start at 6.15pm in the Westminster Theatre and last approximately an hour including Q&A, are chaired by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Trevor McMillian.

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This series of lectures is open to all and admission is free.  No ticket is required, however we ask those wishing to attend to kindly book a place by clicking on the BOOK EVENT button under each lecture.

The lectures in the 2017 / 2018 Inaugural series are:


2017

nurse 90x90   Professor Pauline Walsh Inaugural Lecture 02 October 2017 6.15pm Westminster Theatre, Chancellor's Building, Keele University REFLECTIONS ON THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF NURSE EDUCATION: A PERSONAL JOURNEY stott   Professor Clifford Stott Inaugural Lecture 30 October 2017 6.15pm Westminster Theatre, Chancellor's Building, Keele University THE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF CROWDS - IDEAS, IDENTITY AND IMPACT people   Professor Simon Pemberton Inaugural Lecture 06 November 2017 6.15pm Westminster Theatre, Chancellor's Building, Keele University MIGRATION, MOBILITY AND PLACE: LIVING IN DIFFERENT CONTEXTS OF SUPER-DIVERSITY antartica   Professor Chris Fogwill Inaugural Lecture 21 November 2017 6.15pm Westminster Theatre, Chancellor's Building, Keele University ANTARCTICA: A REMOTE CONTINENT? coins   Professor Allannah Tomkins Inaugural Lecture 11 December 2017 6.15pm Westminster Theatre, Chancellor's Building, Keele University THE WORKHOUSE: A VICTORIAN INSTITUTION THROUGH THE EYES OF WORKING-CLASS WRITERS