Graduate Seminar Programme in the Social Sciences

Graduate Seminar Programme in the Social Sciences

The Graduate Seminar Programme in the Social Sciences is open to all interested DPhil, master’s and other postgraduate students and is intended to provide an opportunity not only to discuss recent research findings and methodological approaches but to meet with other students and academic staff.

Invited speakers present a paper exploring a topic and methodologies relevant to a range of subject disciplines followed by a discussion. The programme is convened by Dr Vlad Mykhnenko, and takes place in Rewley House. The seminar includes tea, coffee and cake. 

Always-in-the-making: Electricity Service Provision in Maputo, Mozambique

Dr Idalina Baptista will present on "Always-in-the-making: Electricity Service Provision in Maputo, Mozambique"

Tracing the work-related mobility patterns and demographic shifts in Istanbul

Dr Nihan Akyelken will present on "Geographies of work and mobility: Tracing the work-related mobility patterns and demographic shifts in Istanbul". This seminar is open to all interested postgraduate students.

The impact of hosting refugees on the intra-household allocation of tasks: A gender perspective

29th Nov 18. Dr Isabel Ruiz discusses the impact of hosting refugees from a household perspective.