Events from 3 July, 2015
6th July, 20156:00-8:00pm
Sydney Development Circle, in partnership with The Sydney Universities Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies invites you to an interactive evening exploring perspectives on the need for recognition of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Australian Constitution.
9th July, 20151:00-2:30pm
Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies invites you to an upcoming event: ‘Life at Bethlehem University under Israeli Occupation: A Vice Chancellor’s Perspective’.
17th July, 2015 to 18th July, 2015
The Department of Political Economy is co-organizing a conference with Historical Materialism Journal: 'Historical Materialism Sydney: Reading Capital, Class & Gender Today'.
23rd July, 20155.30pm-7.30pm
The Department of Political Economy invites you to a forum on the topic of economic sociology.
The case for economic sociology is stronger than ever. Internationally, there have been challenges to mainstream economic thought from the likes of Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century as well as a new defiance to neoliberal governmental practice in Europe, particularly in Greece and Spain.
24th July, 201510:00am – 4:00pm
SSPS is holding a School wide Teaching Day on 24 July 2015.
5th August, 20156:00pm
The 8th Annual Wheelwright Lecture in Political Economy is coming on 5 August 2015. This year the Wheelwright Lecture will be given by Professor Erik Olin Wright (University of Wisconsin – Madison) who will be addressing issues linked to his projects on real utopias and understanding class.
6th August, 201512-2pm
The Department of Government and International Relations is holding a seminar: ‘Thinking again about Collaboration – Underexplored concepts and neglected elements’.
10th August, 2015
The SSPS Postgraduate Research Day will be held in early November 2015 (date to be confirmed). This is a valuable opportunity for our SSPS Higher Degree Research students to present their research plans and findings before their peers and SSPS academics.
21st August, 20152:00-4:00pm
The School of Social and Political Sciences is going to hold an ethics workshop for postgraduate research students.