2MCE Radio Program: Community Value in Street Libraries

2MCE Radio Program: Community Value in Street Libraries

Street Libraries offer communities an alternative and sustainable venue for finding and reusing books, supporting literacy at the ground (or street) level. In SICS Radio’s 3rd broadcast celebrating Social Sciences Week, we discuss how Social Science helps us...
Ethnographic Film Night: Life after Lockdown in Wuhan

Ethnographic Film Night: Life after Lockdown in Wuhan

It is over two years since we experienced the first period of lock down because of COVID’19. Since then, we have had periods of interruptions at various levels of society. Deferrals, delays and disappointments have become part of the status-quo as the intangible virus...
Public policy and universities

Public policy and universities

This 60-minute webinar will address key issues about the university in contemporary society, as raised in the new book by Andrew Gunn and Michael Mintrom, Public Policy and Universities: The Interplay of Knowledge and Power (Cambridge University Press, 2022)....
The future of technology: Harnessing technology for good?

The future of technology: Harnessing technology for good?

This event will explore the future of technology-facilitated abuse and the challenges, ethics and potentials of using technology to respond, prevent and detect harmful behaviours. It brings together representatives from major social media platforms, international...
Critical Race and Whiteness Studies for the Professions

Critical Race and Whiteness Studies for the Professions

How can professional practice be more diverse and racially literate? In this webinar, I provide an overview of the key concepts in critical race and whiteness studies and outline some strategies for negotiating white privilege and white possession in professional...