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'So Cheerio for Now' exhibition in the Stephen Lawrence gallery

11th Nov 2017 - 16th Dec 2017

A joint exhibition of video and photographic works by Sally Waterman and Jacqueline Butler reflects upon familial relationships, love and mourning through their personal archives. Further information can be found here

Venue - Stephen Lawrence Gallery

Come and Sing Carols!

5th Dec 2017 6:00pm

Come and sing carols with the University Choir at their annual Carol Service.

6pm Carol Service (to finish 7pm), tickets must be booked via Eventbrite

8pm Carol Service (to finish 9pm), tickets must be booked via Eventbrite

Admission is free but ticketed. Please ensure you bring your tickets with you on the day.

Venue - Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, SE10 9JF



Big Picture Seminar - John Evans

6th Dec 2017 5:00pm

 The economic impact and causes of income inequality by John Evans

Further details can be found here 

The Big Picture Seminar Series aims to provide students, staff and the local community with an insight into the bigger picture of industries that either interest them or that they study. The events are intended to inspire, inform and educate attendees. includes the opportunity for questions regarding the seminar topic. All seminars are free to attend. 

Venue - King William Building, Room KW303

Literature, Drama and Creative Writing Research Seminar

6th Dec 2017 6:00pm-7:00pm

‘Transnational Poetries’ is an evening of readings organised by Dr. Emily Critchley (Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing, University of Greenwich) featuring:
 
Dr Sandeep Parmar, University of Liverpool
Dr Jèssica Pujol Duran, University of Santiago de Chile
Dr Ágnes Lehóczky, University of Sheffield

All welcome, refreshments provided. 

Venue - Greenwich Campus, Kent Hall, 1st floor King William Court


"Children and the News in the Long Eighteenth Century"

7th Dec 2017 12:00pm

Centre for the Study of Play and Recreation, Department of Education and Community Studies, with the Children's History Society free lecture by Jill Shefrin of the University of Toronto.

All welcome. 

Venue: Avery Hill Campus, Honeycomb Building, Room 218 

The Hay Festival and Career Opportunities

8th Dec 2017 1:00pm

Cristina Fuentes La Roche, International director of the Hay Festival, will be giving a talk on The Hay Festival and career opportunities.

Venue - Greenwich Campus, Queen Anne, Room 210


The Missing Rich

13th Dec 2017 5:00pm-7:00pm

The missing rich – Power law modelling to tackle non-observation and non-response problems in household surveys.

Research Seminar by Rafael Wildauer, University of Greenwich.

Venue - Greenwich Campus, Queen Anne Court, Room QA165


Australia’s Role in a Changing World

13th Dec 2017 6:15pm

The Australian High Commissioner to the UK, the Hon Alexander Downer AC, will be giving a talk entitled “Australia’s Role in a Changing World”.

A link to the High Commissioner’s biography can be found here. The teams from Politics and International Relations, and the Languages and International Relation programmes invite you to attend this event. To reserve your place, please sign up via Eventbrite 

Venue - Greenwich Campus, Queen Anne, Room QA080