Social and Enterprise Research events calendar
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This page lists research events organised, or co-organised, by academics within the University of Plymouth's Faculty of Business. This includes events organised by iSPER and its constituent themed research groups as well as other research clusters within the faculty:

Visual cultures, consumerism, and the grammar of glamour (Sociology Seminar Series)

21 Feb 2018 4-5 p.m., Rolle 207  

Speaker: Ines Rae (arts and humanities, Plymouth University)

Booking is not required but please contact Roberto Kulpa if you have any queries.  

 

Social Innovation and Sustainable Marketing (iSPER RESI Seminar)

28 February 2018, 12.00-14.00, Mast House 204

Dr Victoria Hurth, Associate Professor in Marketing at Plymouth, will attempt to pin down and provoke discussion about some of the key ways in which the concepts of social innovation, sustainable marketing and organisational purpose inter-relate. By doing so, it is hoped that it will spur new thinking about research which unites them all: how organisations can contribute to long-term societal wellbeing for all and achieve sustainability.

To register for this event please email futurescentre@plymouth.ac.uk.

 

Plymouth International Studies Centre Seminar Series - Speaker: Tekdemir Omer (details to be confirmed)

Wednesday 7 March 2018

Please contact Dr Lorenzo Cladi (lorenzo.cladi@plymouth.ac.uk) for further information.

 


News media, politics, and the environmental conflicts (Sociology Seminar Series)

14 March 2018, 16.00-17.00, Rolle 313

Speaker: Professor Alison Anderson

Booking is not required but please contact Roberto Kulpa if you have any queries.  

 

Plymouth International Studies Centre Seminar Series - Speaker: Sean Molloy, University of Kent (details to be confirmed)

Wednesday 21 March 2018

Please contact Dr Lorenzo Cladi (lorenzo.cladi@plymouth.ac.uk) for further information.



Does the way we talk about entrepreneurship have gendered consequences? (iSPER RESI Seminar)

22 March 2018, 14:00-15:30, Mast House 103  

Dr Sally Jones is a Reader in Entrepreneurship and Gender Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University Business School. Her award winning research spans gendered language and entrepreneurship education, transformational learning and nudge theory in entrepreneurship education, power-control theory and business growth trajectories, and the role of class and gender in the enterprise culture. To register for this event please email futurescentre@plymouth.ac.uk.

 

Protection or control? Migrant sex workers and sexual humanitarian structures. (Sociology Seminar Series)

25 April 2018, 16.00 - 17.00, Rolle 214

Speaker: Dr Calogero Giametta (LAMES France) 

Booking is not required but please contact Roberto Kulpa if you have any queries.

 


The Art of Publishing in Top Journals (iSPER RESI Seminar)     

26 April 2018, 14:00-15:30, Mast House 103

Susan Marlow is Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Nottingham Haydn Green Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Visiting Professor at the University of Leeds and the University of Vienna. To register for this event please email futurescentre@plymouth.ac.uk.

 

1-3 May 2018 || Futures International Entrepreneurship Summit

1 - 3 May 2018

More details will follow in due course.

 

Entrepreneurship In Contexts of Violent Conflict (iSPER RESI Seminar)

3 May 2018, 14:00-15:30, Mast House 204  

Doaa Althalathini is a Doctoral Researcher at Plymouth Business School. She will present her research focused on resilience, gender and entrepreneurship in conflict zones. To register for this event please email futurescentre@plymouth.ac.uk.

 

Legal Tyranny: Conscientious Objection in the Three Towns 1853-1914

5 May - 3 June 2018 - Devonport Guildhall, Ker Street, Plymouth PL1 4EL

The exhibition is open from Monday - Saturday, 09:00 - 15:00.

As part of the 2018 Plymouth History Festival, come and visit this free interactive exhibition curated by staff and students from the University’s School of Law, Criminology and Government and listen to public talks on the theme of social policy initiatives, state intervention and personal choice.

More information.

 

Plymouth International Studies Centre Seminar Series - Speaker: David Humphries (details to be confirmed)

Wednesday 16 May

Please contact Dr Lorenzo Cladi (lorenzo.cladi@plymouth.ac.uk) for further information.  

 

Business as Unusual. An Explanation of the Increase of Private Economic Activity in High-Conflict Areas in Afghanistan (iSPER RESI Seminar)

21 May 2018, 14.00 - 15.30, Mast House 103

Tommaso Ciarli is a Senior Research Fellow at Sussex University, and his research interests focus on violent conflict and entrepreneurship. In this research, Tommaso uses a unique dataset that combines spatial detailed information on conflict events and on households' activity, to show a positive and significant correlation between violent conflict and entrepreneurship in Afghanistan...

Visit RESI Seminars Spring 2018 for more details. To register for this event please email futurescentre@plymouth.ac.uk.

 

RESI Academic Writing Retreat

6-8 June 2018

This workshop will be led by Dr Angela Carradus – Teaching Fellow at the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies at Leeds University, and a seasoned Writing Retreat Leader at Lancaster University....

Visit RESI Seminars Spring 2018 for more details. To register for this event please email futurescentre@plymouth.ac.uk.

 

Rural Entrepreneurship Conference

14-15 June 2018

Hosted by Dr Nikolaos Apostolopoulos. Details to follow.

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