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Latest News

  • Listen to over 40 cross disciplinary international researchers presenting on diverse themes of Borderlands, including queer, trans, gender, ethnic and ageing identity.
  • The latest Social Science Matters newsletter is available to download now. The May 2016 edition includes news on the major new study 'Remember Me. The Changing Face of Memorialisation', recent PhD success and forthcoming publications.
  • Criminology students from the University of Hull got first-hand experience of life in the police force after completing a 10 week placement with Humberside Police.
  • On 2 Dec 2015, our GEMMA students embarked on their Christmas trip to York. by Mirel Briceno Gamboa, one of our current GEMMA students, reports.
  • The June 2015 Social Science Matters newsletter is available to download now. This edition includes a report on the 5th annual International Social Work Student Conference and news of a prestigious award for anthropology PhD student Phill Wilcox.
  • New module puts students at the heart of the criminal justice system
  • Wide range of expertise reflected in this year's publications by criminologists at Hull
  • We are launching a new single honours programme: BA Religion and Social Change (single honours). Start date: Fall 2015. Find out more...
  • The University of California, Riverside has awarded Dr. Burwood, Dr. Came (both Philosophy), and Dr. Ornella (Religion) a generous grant to explore the philosophical and theological implications of the transhumanist idea of immortality.
  • The Centre for Gender Studies biennial interdisciplinary gender research conference encourages papers from a broad range of areas across arts and social sciences and beyond. It is run with an inclusive, feminist ethic

Events

  • Listen to over 40 cross disciplinary international researchers presenting on diverse themes of Borderlands, including queer, trans, gender, ethnic and ageing identity.
  • Applicant Days at the University of Hull Department of Social Sciences feature taster lectures, an opportunity to meet staff, and tours of campus
  • This CSS Research Day will explore forms of contemporary forms and practices of spirituality in popular culture and the arts.
  • The Centre for Gender Studies biennial interdisciplinary gender research conference encourages papers from a broad range of areas across arts and social sciences and beyond. It is run with an inclusive, feminist ethic.
  • Research Seminars and Lunches by the Department of Social Sciences at the University of Hull
  • Public engagement grants worth over £3500 have been awarded by the Economic and Social Research Council to Charlie Cooper and Lucy Michael with colleagues in the Department of Social Sciences for forthcoming events in Hull.
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