SCID SeminarsThis seminar series is a compliment to the Social Complexity of Immigration and Diversity project: it provides invited speakers, with an interest in applying complexity theory-derived models to the social sciences, a supportive forum for debate and discussion.
The seminars are open to all and will be of interest both to those already engaged with complexity-based approaches and those wishing to explore this area for the first time.
Unless listed otherwise below, seminars are held on the last Friday of each month from 1pm – 2.15pm, and are held in The Board Room (2.016) Arthur Lewis Building. (no. 36 on campus map)
27th January Dr. Jochem Tolsma (Radboud University, Nijmegen)
Residential mobility and the relationship between ethnic diversity and social cohesion (abstract)
24th February Professor Robert Geyer (Lancaster University)
Is complexity the way forward for UK Child Protection policy? The case of the Munro Review
30th March Professor Nick Crossley (University of Manchester)
Mass, social networks and collective action
Room Change – This Seminar will take place in Hanson Room, Humanities Bridgeford street
Macro and micro models for understanding change in population diversity at local and small area scales
25th May Professor Graham Room (University of Bath)
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