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Meetings and Events

Public events:

If you would like more information on SKAPE upcoming events, please read the News section or join the SKAPE mailing list by emailing Ada.Munns@ed.ac.uk

Internal meetings:

SKAPE meets regularly to discuss current work-in-progress in an informal manner. If you would like to attend any of the following meetings please email Sotiria.Grek@ed.ac.uk

Upcoming

Date / Time Details Where
25th Apr 2018 12:00 (1 hour) Meeting: Skape Meeting : Ariel Ducey (University of Calgary) on Reckoning with Transvaginal Mesh: Clinical Labour and Affect Economies
Hosted by: Skape # UoE
Meeting Room 2.15, Chrystal Macmillan Building
2nd May 2018 12:00 (1 hour) Meeting: Skape Meeting : Morten Jerven (University of Edinburgh) on A word that counts? The promise and pitfall of ruling the world by numbers
Hosted by: Skape # UoE
Meeting Room 2.15, Chrystal Macmillan Building
9th May 2018 12:00 (1 hour) Meeting: Skape Meeting : Cleo Davies (University of Edinburgh) on The role of “Wise men” in European policy-making on financial market supervision
Hosted by: Skape # UoE
Meeting Room 2.15, Chrystal Macmillan Building
16th May 2018 12:00 (1 hour) Meeting: Skape Meeting : Anita Kothari, (Western University, Canada) speaking on Co-producing research with decision-makers; should you, could you, how could you?
Hosted by: Skape # UoE
Practice Suite, Room 1.12, 1st Floor, CMB
25th May 2018 16:00 (1 hour and 30 minutes) Seminar: Skape Seminar: Alison Cohen on Health issues in the industrial zone of Marseille: A community-based participatory health study
Speaker: Alison Cohen # Berkeley, University of California
Meeting Room 2.15, Chrystal Macmillan Building
30th May 2018 12:00 (2 hours) Lecture: Skape Keynote Lecture : Susan Owens (University of Cambridge) speaking on TBC
Speaker: Susan Owens # University of Cambridge
Project Room, 50 George Square
13th Jun 2018 12:00 (2 hours) Lecture: Skape Keynote Lecture : Claire Dunlop (University of Exeter) speaking on TBC
Speaker: Claire Dunlop # Univeristy of Exeter
Project Room, 50 George Square