You are cordially invited to the workshop A New World… Out of Nothing (16th November 2016, University of Warwick, 1pm – 6pm) A group of experts will guide our journey: Prof Jeremy Gray (University of Warwick and Open University), Historian… Read More ›
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Warwick Sociology Journal is a student-founded and led sociological journal seeking to publish high-quality undergraduate and postgraduate work. We are currently accepting student submissions for our Spring issue and would love to receive any essays, articles or reviews you have… Read More ›
This year’s seminar series in the Sociology department at Warwick looks like an interesting mix:
This recent conference at the University of Warwick took its name from Warwick University LTD, a scathing critique of the institution by the renowned historian E.P. Thompson. The videos and other material from the event are now available on the… Read More ›
An event organized by the Max Weber Study Group of the British Sociological Association and the Social Theory Centre at the University of Warwick In the wake of the recent financial crisis, there is an urgent need for social scientists… Read More ›
As part of the University of Warwick’s mini Christmas lecture series this year, Dr Sam Lyle talks about how women make Christmas happen: See all fascinating and informative mini lectures here!