Heriot Watt University

IRC Seminars 2014/15 Semester 2

All welcome!
Attendance is free, but places may be limited.
Please register in advance, using the links below.

17 February 2015 – 4.30 pm [MBG20]
Dr Neringa Liubinienė
Center of Social Anthropology, Vytautas Magnus University Kaunas, Lithuania
Being a Transmigrant in the Contemporary World: Lithuanian Migrants' Quests for Identity

18 February 2015 – 3.30 pm [EM336]
Dr Kathryn Burnett
School of Media, Culture and Society, University of the West of Scotland
"Muddying the pristine waters": reflecting on Scotland's remote island enterprise as cultural production texts
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11 March 2015 – 4.30 pm [MBG20]
Prof. Ian Baxter
Suffolk Business School, University Campus Suffolk
Global versus local - Understanding the Role of Management in Heritage Tourism
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18 March 2015 – 3.30 pm [MBG20]
Prof. Thomas Hoerber
ESSCA, École de Management, Angers, France
The Development of a European Environmental Conscience
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Joint events with CTISS

Prof. Brian James Baer Kent State University, USA

23 March 2015 - 12.15 pm [Postgraduate Centre, 201]
Introduction to Academic Publishing

24 March 2015 - 4.15 pm [Postgraduate Centre, 201]
Framed: Translating the Life of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf

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22 April 2015 – 3.30 pm [BEC – Esmee Fairbairn building]
Dr Angeliki Monnier
Département Métiers du Multimédia et de l'Internet, Université de Haute Alsace, France
Understanding National Identity: Between Culture and Institutions

6 May - 12.15 pm [BEC – Esmee Fairbairn building]
Dr Philip McDermott
School of Sociology and Applied Social Studies, University of Ulster
Language Rights, Migrants and the Council of Europe: A Failed Response to a Multilingual Continent? 

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6 May – 2.00 pm [BEC – Esmee Fairbairn building]
Prof. Tim Ingold
Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen
Ethnography
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