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Mitchell Centre Seminar Series

16:00 - 17:30 29 January 2020

Matthew Smith, University of Greenwich Understanding collaboration patterns on UK funded research projects - a network analysis This study provides an examination of inter-organisational collaboration in the UK research system. Data is collected on organisational collaboration on projects funded by four key UK research councils; AHRC, ESRC,..

CMI Seminar: Topological Data Analysis Ball Mapper: A Tool for Visualizing Multidimensional Datasets

15:00 - 16:30 30 January 2020

The Cathie Marsh Institute welcomes Simon Rudkin from Swansea University who will be speaking on the topic: Topological Data Analysis Ball Mapper: A Tool for Visualizing Multidimensional Datasets Abstract In the social sciences we have a wealth of data through which to understand society and upon which to form inference. Introducing the Top..

Mitchell Centre Seminar Series

16:00 - 17:30 05 February 2020

Örjan Bodin, Stockholm Resilience Centre A network perspective in understanding environmental governance: how cooperation, conflict and the natural environment interact in shaping social and environmental outcomes. Most if not all environmental problems involve multiple conflicts of interests. Yet, to be effectively addressed, different act..

Sociology seminar - Being Available: Relational Agency and Kinship Time in the Narratives of Egg and Sperm Donors (Leah Gilman)

14:00 - 15:00 05 February 2020

Please join us for the first Sociology Departmental Seminar of the semester. All are welcome. Abstract: Historically, the connections created through donor conception have often been managed through practices of secrecy and anonymity (Haimes and Daniels 1998). In 1980s Britain, for example, records were routinely destroyed, parents rarely..

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