School of Social Sciences Research Seminar Series

The School of Social Sciences at Keele is a dynamic, research-intensive environment, with prize-winning outputs and world-leading impact. As part of the School's research activity, research seminars are held regularly throughout the academic year for all interested parties to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and debate.

2023-24 Lectures 

All lectures will be on campus at Keele. Please email Jonathan Head.

Invited lecture series

7 November 2023 1pm (CBA 1.098)

Helen Parr and Stuart Griffiths, 'Challenges of commemorating 'small wars': Remembering death in British military service after 1945'

22nd November 12pm (CBA 1.098)

Mark Featherstone and Jonathan Head, 'Reflections on the pandemic: past, present and future - Session 1'

6th December 12pm (CBA 1.021)

Helen Wells, Elizabeth Carter and Sorin Baiasu, 'Reflections on the pandemic: past, present and future - Session 2'

30th January 2024 1pm (WM 1.03)

Helen Parr and Stuart Griffiths, 'Challenges of commemorating 'small wars': Remembering death in British military service after 1945'

28th February 2024 12pm (WM 1.03)

William Hu, 'Killing the goose that lays the golden eggs: the tragedy of entrepreneurs under China's Social Credit System'

20th March 2024 12pm (WM 1.03)

Rebecca Leach and Phil Catney, 'Left behind and levelling up’