Events

Wednesday, 28 January 2015
School of Media, Art and Design Research Seminar - Lent Term
Digging through the Layers: Re-Presenting the Representation of Communication presented by Mat Sillett, PhD candidate, School of Media, Art and Design
North Holmes Road | Pf06 | 16:15
Wednesday, 04 February 2015
Media, Art and Design Research Seminar - Lent Term
Adapting History: Depictions of the Black Death in film presented by Nick Furze, PhD candidate, School of Media, Art and Design.
North Holmes Road | Pf06 | 16:15
Friday, 06 February 2015
Working with Families Hub Meeting
Calling all professionals, volunteers and students who work with families, the Research Centre for Children, Families and Communities at Canterbury Christ Church University warmly invites you to the next meeting of the Working with Families Hub.
North Holmes Road | Mg03 | 10:00
Wednesday, 18 February 2015
First Annual Lambarde Lecture in Archaeology
The inaugural lecture in a new annual lecture series, featuring Professor Richard Hingley of Durham University on the topic of "Iron Age and Roman Heritage: Living Pasts across Great Britain."
North Holmes Road Campus | Michael Berry Lecture Theatre, Old Sessions House | 18:00
Wednesday, 25 February 2015
Do we live in the Anthropocene?
An interdisciplinary discussion organised by The School of Human and Life Sciences in conjunction with CCCU Theory Group.
North Holmes Road | Mg03 | 12:00
Wednesday, 04 March 2015
School of Media, Art and Design Research Seminar - Lent Term
Communities, Culture and the Old Lookout Gallery: A Case Study for Community Engagement and Practice-Based Research presented by Dr Karen Shepherdson, Centre for Research on Communities and Cultures.
Broadstairs Campus | Cg47 | 17:00
Wednesday, 18 March 2015
Media, Art and Design Research Seminar - Lent Term
Online Intercultural Conflict and Discourses about Margate presented by Dr Christopher Anderson, School of English and Language Studies.
North Holmes Road | Pf06 | 16:15
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