A workshop to launch a conversation amongst researchers doing fieldwork in cross-cultural contexts and an opportunity to gain insight from scholars who engage with ethnography in their interdisciplinary research areas (cultural studies, gender studies, language communities, politics and international relations), and critically reflect upon experiences, challenges and methods.
The final concert in the University’s ‘Celebrating Debussy’ series features Ravel’s orchestration of Debussy’s Sarabande and Danse, Saint-Saëns’s first cello concerto which Shostakovich and Rachmaninoff considered to be one of the greatest examples of the genre and the ‘Paris’ Symphony, composed in 1778 while Mozart was based in Paris.
The Law and Gender research group at the School of Law and Politics in conjunction with the Feminist Legal Studies Journal is to host a major conference on 10 to 11 May 2018. The conference will mark 30 years since the publication of Carole Pateman’s seminal work The Sexual Contract (Stanford University Press 1988).
At Public Uni, Cardiff University academics present their most exciting research in short 10-minute chunks. Enrolment is free, the syllabus is varied, and the only entry requirement is an inquisitive mind.
The aims of this workshop are to provide opportunities for attendees to learn more about biofilms and network with colleagues with common research interests to potentiate collaboration in the field of biofilm research.