|19 Oct 2023||12:00 - 14:00||CRASSH meeting room|
In this first Research Practice seminar session of the term, Early Career Fellow Pedro Mendes Loureiro will lead the seminar.
Bozzon, R, Murgia, A and Poggio, B, 2018. Gender and Precarious Careers in Academia and Research: Macro, Meso and Micro Perspectives. In: Murgia, A and Poggio, B eds. Gender and Precarious Research Careers: A Comparative Analysis. Abingdon: Routledge, 15-49.
Allmer, T 2018. Precarious, always-on and flexible: A case study of academics as information workers. European Journal of Communication, 33(4), 381-395.
Woodcock, J 2018. Digital Labour in the University: Understanding the Transformations of Academic Work in the UK. tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique, 16(1), 129-142.
Lunch will be available from 12:00 and we will start the seminar itself at 12:30.
No booking is required for this session.
About the seminars
These seminars, which take place on Thursdays every week during term, allow us to explore some of the creative, critical, ethical, political or methodological aspects of research as a practice. They are led by members of the CRASSH community, but researchers across the University are welcome to join us (please register via the link on this page). An essay or book chapter will be set for reading in advance of the seminar.