The Faculty of Education, Humanities and Social Science at St Mary’s is hosting a series of webinars covering a wide range of topics. To book onto our latest webinars visit our events page.
New World Order after Coronavirus: Will the pandemic accelerate China's dominance on the world stage?
Date: 5th June
Syed Kamall, Professor of International Relations and Politics at St Mary’s University was the moderator for a Webinar on ‘The New World Order after Cornoavirus – will the pandemic accelerate China’s dominance on the world stage?’ Joining Syed Kamall were speakers Sir Martin Donnelly and Will Hutton.
Remaking One Nation: Conservatism after Crisis
Date: 4th June
Nick Timothy, former Downing Street advisor, discusses his new book with Professor Syed Kamall.
EHSS Festival of Research
Date: Tuesday 2nd June 2020
Please join Anthony McClaran, the Vice Chancellor of St Mary's University, colleagues and students in EHSS for our one day Festival of Research. Building on the theme of 'The Research Journey' the day will include an introduction from Professor John Charmley, presentations from the Dean of Faculty, Professor Philip Booth; a Round Table discussion headed by Dr Roland Daw; an external speaker from The Brilliant Club; and presentations from our PGR students.
Cross-Contamination: exploring disease in literary narratives and the historical links between disease and globalisation
Date: Thursday 28 May 2020
The Faculty of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences is delighted to collaborate with the IEA in the delivery of a Special Guest Webinar on 'Cross-Contamination: exploring disease in literary narratives and the historical links between disease and globalisation'.
Dr Steve Davies, Head of Education, Institute of Economic Affairs
Marginalised Outreach: International NGOs and Local Support Groups for Helping Refugee and Exploited Children
Date: Thursday 21 May 2020
The webinar includes two talks:
Dr Ozlem Erden: Local Organisations’ support mechanism for educating refugees.
Dr Imogen Fell: Sexual Exploitation in the Philippines: Evidence of informed NGO Response.
The Macro and the Micro: The Political Economy of South America
Date: Thursday 14 May 2020
The third EHSS webinar was delivered by our two Politics and International Relations lecturers, both experts in the area of South American politics. Daliany gave a fascinating paper on feminism and femininity in Brazil, while Chris discussed the leadership years of former Argentinian President Maricio Macri. To find out more about the Politics and International Relations BA and MA courses, please go to the St Mary's website.
The Language of Leadership
Date: Thursday 07 May 2020
The Faculty of Education, Humanities and Social Science heard the latest research from two of their Postgraduate Research students. Although working in different disciplines - Luisa in business language and Paul in Benedictine Leadership in schools - the two papers spoke to each other about aspects of communication and kindness. Both Luisa and Paul lecture at St Mary's and you can find more about their research on the St Mary's website.
The Economy After Corona: Recovery or Intensive Care
Date: Thursday 30 April 2020
Sir Vince Cable (former leader of the Liberal Democrat Party) and Trevor Williams (former Chief Economist of Lloyds TSB) recently discussed the potential implications of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis on the UK economy during a fascinating webinar entitled The Economy after Corona: Recovery or Intensive Care.
The webinar, Chaired by Professor of International Relations Syed Kamall was held on April 30th and attracted significant interest from over a hundred participants, who logged in to hear the views and insights of Sir Vince Cable and Trevor Williams both Visiting Professors at St Mary’s University.