TNS Seminar: Challenging research settings: gender, risk, and resistance

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The next Centre for Transnational Studies (TNS) seminar will take place from 5:00-7:00pm on Wednesday 6th May 2015 in Room 1177, Building 65, Avenue Campus. The session is entitled ‘Challenging research settings: gender, risk, and resistance’ and will be led by Professor Helen Sampson from Cardiff University. All welcome! Read more…

TNS Seminar next week: ‘Globalisation on the Ground’

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The next Centre for Transnational Studies (TNS) seminar will take place from 5:00-7:00pm on Wednesday 18th March 2015 in Room 1177, Building 65, Avenue Campus. The session is entitled ‘Globalisation on the Ground’ and will be led by Professor Caroline Knowles from Goldsmiths, University of London. All welcome!

Next TNS Seminar: ‘Globalisation on the Ground’

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The next Centre for Transnational Studies (TNS) seminar will take place from 5:00-7:00pm on Wednesday 18th March 2015 in Room 1177, Building 65, Avenue Campus. The session is entitled ‘Globalisation on the Ground’ and will be led by Professor Caroline Knowles from Goldsmiths, University of London. All welcome! Read more…

Next TNS workshop: ‘Impact and benefits of the arts: How arts institutions relate to the public and reach out to new audiences’

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The next Centre for Transnational Studies (TNS) workshop will take place from 4:00-7:00pm on Wednesday 11th February 2015 in Room 1177, Building 65, Avenue Campus. Read more…

Next TNS Seminar: ‘Now you see it, now you don’t!’

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The next Centre for Transnational Studies (TNS) seminar will take place from 5:00-7:00pm on Wednesday 19th November 2014 in Room 1177, Building 65, Avenue Campus. The session will be led by two speakers from Birkbeck, University of London: Dr Andrew Asibong and Dr Silke Arnold-de Simine. All welcome! Read more…

TNS Seminar tomorrow: ‘Working with Popular Culture: The Case of Brazil’

The next Centre for Transnational Studies (TNS) seminar will be taking place tomorrow, Wednesday 26th March 2014, at 5:00pm in Lecture Theatre A, Building 65, Avenue Campus. The session will be led by Paris-based film director Cesar Paes and Dr Mark Dinneen from the University of Southampton. All welcome!

Next TNS Seminar: Working with Popular Culture: The Case of Brazil

The next Centre for Transnational Studies (TNS) seminar will be taking place at 5:00pm on Wednesday 26th March 2014 in Lecture Theatre A, Building 65, Avenue Campus. The session will be led by Paris-based film director Cesar Paes and Dr Mark Dinneen from the University of Southampton.

Next TNS Seminar: A network of ties, or tied to a network?

The next Centre for Transnational Studies (TNS) seminar will be taking place from 4.20pm-7.00pm on Wednesday 12th March 2014 in Room 2251, Building 65a, Avenue Campus. PhD students Heather Meyer and Jenny Cuffe will lead a workshop on transnational social ties, using examples from their current research to illustrate what it means to be ‘globally connected’.

Transnational Studies seminar: A network of ties, or tied to a network?

The next Centre for Transnational Studies (TNS) seminar will take place on Wednesday 12th March from 4:20-7:00pm in Room 2251, Building 65a, Avenue Campus. The seminar is entitled ‘A network of ties, or tied to a network?’, and will be led by PhD students Jenny Cuffe and Heather Meyer. All welcome!

Next TNS Seminar: Art, Identity and Migration – The Spielberg Question

The next TNS seminar will be taking place from 5.00-6.30pm on Wednesday 29th January 2014 on the Avenue Campus, Building 65, Room 1145. David Glasser, Executive Chair and Sarah MacDougall, Eva Frankfurther Curatorial Fellow for the Study of Émigré Artists of Ben Uri Gallery & Museum in London will lead a discussion on their museum’s shift of the traditional paradigm to address the following:

In our 2014 daily diet of xenophobia, we see political parties led by those privileged with high intellect and fine educations compete with each other over the ghosts of the immigrant shadowing us during the day and resting awake under our beds at night all with the intention of taking our jobs, living well off of our taxes and changing the culture of what being (19th century) British is all about.