LSE’s annual interdisciplinary student research conference, is taking place this year as part of the LSE Festival on Wednesday 14 June. The conference will showcase the research of current LSE students, recent alumni, and students from our partner CIVICA universities across Europe. This year’s conference draws on the Festival theme of people and change: how does change affect people? How do people effect change?
The conference will provide a space to engage with a huge variety of student and alumni research: panel discussions, a poster gallery, performances, and keynotes, all of which highlight the importance of interdisciplinary approaches for understanding the transformations we observe in the world. The conference will focus on a number of relevant thematic areas from across the social sciences, including the opportunities and risks of technological change, the future of cities, and the impacts of shifts towards net-zero economies.
More about this event
This event is part of the LSE Festival: People and Change running from Monday 12 to Saturday 17 June 2023, with a series of events exploring how change affects people and how people effect change. Booking for all Festival events is now open.
Refreshments provided throughout the day, with a drinks reception to follow. Attendees are welcome to drop in to conference sessions throughout the day. The full conference programme is availabe here.
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