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Lectures and Seminars

01/03/2007 11:38:36

Lancaster China Management Centre Seminar

9 February
Hong Kong since 1997: Opportunities
and Challenges
Sarah Wu, Director-General,
Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office
Management School LT 11, 4.00pm

Environment & Society Seminar Series 2006/7

The Environment and Society Research Group of LEC invites anyone interested to attend the events listed below. Please contact either James Faulconbridge ( or Gordon Walker ( for further details.

All meetings 16:00-17:30 followed by drinks and early evening meal

7 February Transport, physical activity and health: researching
the effects of a new urban motorway in Glasgow
David Olgilvie
Institute for Advanced Studies MR1

28 February Intergenerational relations and the geographies of fear
achel Pain, Department of Geography, University
of Durham
Institute for Advanced Studies MR2

2 May The intangible effects of flooding: vulnerability,
resilience and community recovery
Sue Tapsell, Flood Hazard Research Centre
Institute for Advanced Studies MR4

Department of European Languages and Cultures

7 February Firing the Canon: Julio Medem's Basque Ball
Dr Rob Stone (University of Swansea)
5pm, Bowland North SR 11 (ground floor)
for more information contact

28 February Mothers and Lovers: Restructuring the Feminine in
Contemporary Brazilian Film

Dr Sarah MacDonald (Monash University)
5pm, IAS MR 1

21 March Performing Conflict Migration and Testimony at the
Théâtre du Soleil

Professor Brian Singleton (Trinity College, Dublin)
5.30pm, IAS MR1

9 May War, Wounds and Women: The Civil War in
Spanish Films

Dr Mercedes Camino (DELC)
1pm, IAS MR1

23 May Thinking about Genius, mainly in France
Dr Ann Jefferson, FBA (New College, University of Oxford)
5pm, IAS MR3

6 June The novels and poems come unwatched out of
one’s pen’. Towards the Aesthetics of the
Non-Conscious in German Romanticism

Professor Rüdiger Görner (Queen Mary, University of London)
5pm, IAS MR2

ALL Welcome