Public Lectures

Engaging Sociology is a new initiative within the Sociology programme that aims to make the discipline accessible, useful and dialogic.

Sociology’s focus on social life and societal issues means that its research and insights are of interest not only to academics and students but also to the general public and policy makers. Through open debates, public lectures and community and school involvement, the Sociology team are committed to ensuring that our discipline has practical and valuable application.

Events and Projects

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Previous Events


2019 Mar

Sociology, Modernity and Colonialism: Or, Why the Haitian Revolution Matters 

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2018 Nov

Who Cares About the University?

 

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2018 Nov

Left Problems, Nationalism and the Crisis

 

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2018 oct

Institutional Racism in Mental Health Systems

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2017 May

Policing Pregnancy: Who should be a mother?

 

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2016 nov

Neuroparenting: The Expert Invasion of Family Life

 

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2016 apr

The Crisis in Education

 

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2016 Mar

Don't Mention the War: UK Counter-Terrorism on the Home Front since 9/11

 

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2016 nov

Raising Generation Rx

 

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2015 Apr

The Great British Class Survey: an Open Lecture

 

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2015 Mar

Anthony Giddens: Off the Edge of History

 

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2014 Nov

The Fracking Controversy

 

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For further information about Engaging Sociology, please email us: sociology@canterbury.ac.uk

All of our events are open to the public.

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