When: 13 July 2022, 09:00 — 11:00 BST Where: Online, Book your place
In this virtual event, Rachael Dobson will speak to the theme of institutional erotics in social policy and welfare. She will be joined by discussant kylie valentine, author of 'Complex needs and wicked problems: How social disadvantage became multiple' (2016, Social Policy & Society) to reflect on the ideas presented
There will be opportunity for discussion and audience Q&A.
Attendees across all career stages, including postgraduates, are welcomed. Booking is required via this page.
What is it?
Critical Conversations; Policy and Power, is an events series that focuses in on a substantive topic or an author's works, relevant to the themes of the Policy Ontologies project.
What is the format and timings?
Events curate a space for rich discussion, through talks, roundtable discussion and audience Q&A. Events are typically two hours long and the format varies in response to the theme/work covered.
Who can attend?
Events are open access but registration is essential. All are welcome, from undergraduate and postgraduate students, to more senior academics.
Do I need to prepare?
It may be useful for attendees to engage with the selected publications list provided upon registration. However, this is not a requirement for attendance.
When: 23 February 2022, 13:00 — 15:00 Where: Online, Book your place
In this virtual event, Emeritus Professor Fiona Williams will introduce her latest book, Social Policy, A Critical and Intersectional Analysis (2021, Polity). This will be followed by a rountable discussion with Rachael Dobson (Birkbeck College, University of London) and Shona Hunter (Leeds Beckett University).
There will be opportunity for reflection, discussion, and audience Q&A.
Attendees across all career stages, including postgraduates, are welcomed.
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