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News and Events Oct 2010 - Sept 2011 Archive

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Conferences and Workshops

  • July 2011 - PSR conference on Political Psychology was attended by Dr Caroline Howarth. Click here to read more about the day. PSR website
  • 24th June 2011 - HCD mini conference as held . Read more HCD website
  • 23rd June 2011 - Bridging History and Social Psychology: Emotion, innovation, and public opinion in early modern, enlightenment, and modern-day Europe . Read more
  • 3rd June 2011 - 12th Graduate Conference: The Self in Context - Social, Cultural and Historical Perspectives. Read more about the days programme.
  • 2nd June 2011 - Dr Tom Reader made a presentation: 'Team-based Decision-Making in Intensive Care' at the 10th International Conference on Naturalistic Decision-Making, Orlando , Florida.
    8th - 18th November 2010 - Jacqueline Priego-Hernández made an academic visit to Rio de Janeiro , under the auspices of the LSE/Santander Travel Fund. Read more
  • 12th February 2011 - Masculinity sexual health conference. Workshop on community sexual health for men. Read more
  • 06th November 2010 - Kerry Scott and Catherine Campbell from the HCD Research Group presented a paper entitled "The role of advocacy and activism for maternal health in India" at an ESRC conference on "Reproductive morbidity and poverty" . The conference was organised by a consortium of six UK universities, including LSE Health.
  • 21st October 2010 - Catherine Campbell gave a keynote talk at London Schools AIDS Conference. Read more
  • 7th - 9th October 2010 - Saadi Lahlou gave the following invited talk: "What Subjective Recordings Show us about the Nature of Social Interaction".  Action Ascription in Social Interaction Workshop. University of California, Los Angeles. Read more
  • 1st October 2010 - Professor Sandra Jovchelovitch delivered a key-note lecture at the 10th Anniversary Conference of the Graduate School in Language and Culture in Europe, University of Linköping, Sweden. The Conference took place from 6 to 9 October 2010, with a focus on Recontextualising Memory. Other invited speakers included James Wertsch (Washington University), Theo Hermans (UCL), Lorenza Mondada (Lyon) and Stephen Regan (Durham).  Professor Jovchelovitch did a speech on 'History and Representation in Narratives of Public Life in Brazil".

Psychology@LSE Research Seminars

  • 2nd June 2011 - Professor Sherry Turkle public lecture. Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from each other. Read invite.  
  • 24th May 2011 - Staff/Student Seminar with Professor Aaron Cicourel , entitled Origin and demise of socio-cultural presentations of self from birth to death. Read more
  • 30th March 2011 - Seminar: Scientific culture and its indicators, Professor Martin Bauer(LSE) & Professor Jinwoong Song (Seoul National University and IoE). Read more
  • 22nd March 2011 - Psychology@LSE Seminar: Challenges in the social psychological analysis of racism by Dr Derek Hook, Read invite
  • 08 March 2011 - Humanitarian Rights in war-torn Societies, Seminar by Willem Doise. Read more
  • 01st March 2011 - James Liu - Current Issues in Social Representations of History, Universality and Culture specifics. View
  • 08th February 2011 - Nick Enfield emerging framework for the analysis of human interaction. Read more
  • 01 December 2010 - First Psychoanalysis@LSE public event of 2010-2011 . A debate between Stephen Frosh, Ian Parker and Christian Dunker chaired by Dr Derek Hook.
  • 19 – 20 November 2010 - Beyond Rationality III - Resistance and the Practice of Rationality. Read more.
  • 12th February 2011 - Masculinity sexual health conference. Workshop on community sexual health for men. Read more

Other events

  • 15th June 2011 - Strawberry Tea. Dr Jan Stockdale officially retired from the Psychology@LSE alongside other London School of Economics members from other departments. Read more
  • 26th May 2011 - LSE Research Day 2011, PhD students' put up their posters for competition. Read more
  • 2nd May - 3rd June 2011 - Picturing Life as a Young Carer in Africa. An exhibition in the atrium. View a few of the gallery exhibits. Read a page on LSE website about his work.
  • 28th March 2011 - Getting Caregiving Children on the Agenda. Discussion, how to better support them through new directions in policy and practice. Led by Morten Skovdal. Read more
  • 2010 - Skovdal in Kenya to launch Higher Education Innovation initiative . Read more
  • 18th November 2010 - Andrew Gibbs of the Health Economics and AIDS Research Division (HEARD) in South Africa presented a seminar to ISP, entitled: "Health Care Workers Managing the risk of Multi-drug Resistant and Extreme Drug Resistant Tuberculosis in South Africa: Symbolic risk management". View page
  • 8-15 November 2010 - Professor Saadi Lahlou was on field for the SHEOS (subjective Human Experience Observation System) project in Moscow.
  • 10-11 November 2010 - Professor Sandra Jovchelovitch led the 1st Round of Discussions on Underground Sociabilities taking place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The first seminar for discussing the initial results of the inter-institutional research collaboration on Underground Sociabilities took place on the 10th and 11th November in Rio de Janeiro. Professor Sandra Jovchelovitch, principal investigator of the research, is leading the presentation on four key areas: (1) Youth, Citizenship and Routes of Socialization; (2) Identity and Diversity; (3) Urban Frontiers and Social Mediation; (4) Creativity, Culture and Social Innovation in Brazil. Underground Sociabilities is mapping and systematising the work of AfroReggae and CUFA, cultural organisations that use the arts and the imagination to produce social regeneration in Rio's favelas. The seminar will bring together academics, activists, research partners, UNESCO and the charitable foundations of Itaú Cultural and Itaú Social to reflect on the initial findings of the research.
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Professor Wolfgang Wagner
Linz University

"I have had the opportunity to lecture at LSE's Department of Social Psychology several times during the last 15 years.

Each visit was not only a very enjoyable event but the Departments intellectual atmosphere and sometimes heated discussions with colleagues and students also contributed to my own academic thinking and led to successful joint research.

I don't want to miss any of my memories and cherish the friendship with many LSE colleagues that evolved over time."