Cass Research Seminar Three

PechaKucha night: picking a research topic.

Picking a Research Topic

The third in the Cass Research Seminar series is a PechaKucha Night in which four speakers each speak for six minutes about how they selected the topic of their research.

Speakers from across disciplines at The Cass:

  • Annisa Jabbour: The Role of Cultural Memory in the Recent Architectural History of Dubai
  • William E. Longden: Inclusive participatory design of bespoke music instruments and auxiliary equipment as emancipatory arts interventions that advocate for equality, personal and social wellbeing
  • Mary-Jane Opie: I want explore and question our relationship with our pet dogs
  • Bobby Supatira: Towards Multicultural London: Urban Spaces of Thai Cosmopolitanism

Image: Mary-Jane Opie (detail)

Details

Date/Time Monday 4 December 2017, 6.30pm
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Location GSG-15A, Goulston Street
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