The Faculty of Arts & Humanities regularly host a range of events including conferences, research seminars and symposiums, attracting delegates from around the world.
Please find below a list of upcoming Faculty events:
Social Policy Distinguished Lecture Series
The School of Social Sciences is hosting a series of distinguished Social Policy lectures throughout the academic year. The distinguished lecture series will bring some of the leading social policy academics to Hope, who will discuss some of the big socio-political issues of today. The lectures will focus on the themes of inequality, health, poverty, citizenship, corporate power and the environment.
All lectures are at 5:00 pm for 5:30 pm start.
The programme of forthcoming lectures is as follows:
Wednesday 21st March 2018 - Dr Kevin Farnsworth - Taking back control in order to hand it back to big business: corporations in Brexit Britain - Lecture Theatre Complex A (LTC-A)
Wednesday 18th April 2018 - Professor Ian Gough - The environment and social policy: heat, greed, and human need - EDEN Lecture Theatre
All colleagues, students and visitors are very welcome to attend the distinguished lecture series.
Irish Studies Research Group Seminar Series
The Irish Studies Research Group hosted a series of public research seminars, encompassing a wide-ranging spectrum of Irish life.
Comprising of scholars from all areas of the University and beyond, the multi-disciplinary group aims to introduce cutting-edge research in the field of Irish life - be it political or cultural.
The final Resarch Seminar in this year's series will be held on:
Tuesday 20th March 2018, 1:00 pm - Associate Professor Tony Craig (Staffordshire University) - 'You will be responsible to the GOC'. Stovepiping and the problem of divergent intelligence gathering networks in Northern Ireland, 1969-1975 - FML 123
All are welcome. Please click the following link to view the full seminar series programme: Irish Studies Research Group Programme 2018