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A space for Postgraduate Researchers to collectively and supportively face the challenges of writing together, with time to chat, set goals, write, and reflect on our progress in a friendly and collegial environment. Starting 12th February then fortnightly throughout the semester.
A space for Postgraduate Researchers to collectively and supportively face the challenges of writing together, with time to chat, set goals, write, and reflect on our progress in a friendly and collegial environment. Starting 12th February then fortnightly throughout the semester.
A space for Postgraduate Researchers to collectively and supportively face the challenges of writing together, with time to chat, set goals, write, and reflect on our progress in a friendly and collegial environment. Starting 12th February then fortnightly throughout the semester.
PhD Research roundtable / workshop Part 1: presentation (3 to 3.30pm) Dr Paula Pustulka and Marta Buler, Youth Research Centre, Warsaw Paula and Marta are interested in research relating to youth and transition and seeking to learn more about our interests in the SSP. They will briefly describe their work in this area and introduce…
Dr Tracey Farragher (Leeds Institute of Health Sciences), Gaston Yalonetsky (Leeds University Business School) Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).
Kahryn Hughes (Sociology and Social Policy), Jessica Wild (Sociology and Social Policy) and Ghazala Mir (Medicine and Health). Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).
Adrian Favell (Sociology and Social Policy) and Albert Varela (Sociology and Social Policy). Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).
Dr. Julia Snell (School of English) and Dr. Kim Allen (Sociology and Social Policy). Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).
Paul Norman (School of Geography) and Sandy Tubeuf (PhD, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences). Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).
Matilde Masso (University of A Coruna, and University of Leeds) Aiko Ikemura Amaral (University of Essex) and Pedro Mendes Loureiro, (SOAS, University of London). Part of the Researching Inequalities: Inter-disciplinary perspectives Workshop series (with the Inequalities Research Network).