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Our Public Lecture Series offers you the chance to hear from a range of high profile and successful speakers, with an emphasis on some of our key areas of research work.
Each lecture is free to attend and offers the opportunity for you to put your questions to the speakers. If you have any questions, please email Lorna West on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01494 603 002.
Past public lectures can be viewed on the YouTube playlist below:
Dr Lars Mosesson, Senior Lecturer and Head of Graduate Studies in Law at Bucks New University.Tuesday 8 March 2016
In this public lecture, Dr Lars Mosesson explored some of the constitutional issues surrounding the EU referendum.
Reactivating the post-industrial landscape of North Staffordshire and its associated histories through contemporary art practice Wednesday 27 January 2016
Speaker: Professor Neil Brownsword, Professor in Ceramics and Glass at Bucks New University Chair: Professor Jake Kaner, Head of Research, Faculty of Design, Media & Management
Roma migration in the past and nowadaysThursday 3 December 2015
Speaker: Professor Elena Marushiakova, funded under the Leverhulme Distinguished Visiting Scholars Scheme Chair: Professor Margaret Greenfields, Professor of Social Policy at Bucks New University and Director of the Institute of Diversity Research, Inclusivity, Communities and Society (IDRICS)
Transforming Women's JusticeTuesday 16 June, 2015
Speaker: Juliet Lyon CBE, Director of The Prison Reform TrustChair: Lorraine Watkins-Mathys, Dean, Faculty of Design, Media & Management, Bucks New University
The General Election 2015:The constitutional issues and what they mean for usTuesday 21 April 2015
Speaker: Dr Lars Mosesson, Senior Lecturer and Head of Graduate Studies in Law at Bucks New UniversityChair: Ian Plover, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Bucks New University
Mystery and magic: learning and teaching in art and design Wednesday 21 January 2015
Speaker: Prof Alison Shreeve, Head of School of Art and Design at Bucks New UniversityChair: Prof Ruth Farwell