Events, seminars and workshops

Keep up to date with the latest seminars, conferences and workshops from around the Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security (ICCS) and the wide-ranging projects our staff and students get involved with.

Forthcoming events

Understanding Online Political Networks: The Case of the Far-Right and Far-Left in Greece

Date
Monday 6th November 2017
Location:
Room 429 - Muirhead Tower
Description
This event will examine the the connectedness among political networks on Twitter

'I will not leave, my freedom is more precious than my blood': From affect to precarity: crowd-sourced citizen archives as memories of the Syrian war

Date
Monday 20th November 2017
Location:
University of Birmingham Muirhead Tower 714-715
Description
Based on the author's mapping of citizen-generated footage from Daraa, the city where the Syria uprising started in March 2011, this talk looks at the relation between crowd-sourced archives and processes of history making in times of war.

Postgraduate Open Day - 22 November 2017

Date
Wednesday 22nd November 2017
Description
Your opportunity to experience University life at first hand - talk to lecturers and current students, view the facilities, explore the campus and discover Birmingham for yourself.
Categories:
Social Sciences, Students, Teaching

Acceptance of austerity policies: evidence from a survey experiment

Date
Monday 22nd January 2018
Location:
TBC
Description
What drives people to accept or resist austerity? This paper examines the way framing provided by populist leaders can activate certain political attitudes towards austerity.

See all of our previous events at the ICCS.