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Faculty Research Day 2015

Faculty Research Day - 2015

Thursday, 21st May, 2015

Room G21, Faculty of Classics

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Further details to follow.

Morning Sessions (9:00 - 12:30)Afternoon Sessions (13:45 - 16:25)

9:10 – Charles Melville: opening remarks

9:15 – Martin Millet
School of Arts & Humanities
School perspectives on research strategy

9:30 – Brigitte Steger 
Rubbish! Disposing waste and negotiating community

9:45 - Adam Chau
Human organs in oil tank trucks: An extractology

10:00 – Firuza Melville
Murder in Tehran and the Great Game

10:15 – Matthew Shores
Negotiating Militarism with Fans, Hand Towels, and Stories: Japan’s Traditional Funny Men During the Second World War

10:30 - Coffee Break

11:00 – Juergen Wastl & Owen Roberson
Research Strategy Office
Exciting developments

11:30 – Elizabeth Key Fowden
The Parthenon Mosque

11:45 – Shai Heijmans
A new grammar for Biblical Hebrew

12:00 – Imre Galambos
Education as seen in manuscripts from medieval China

12:15 – Sally Church
Zheng He’s Treasure Ships: The Nanjing Reconstruction

12:30 - Buffet Lunch
AMES Common Room

13:45 – Danny Kingsley
Scholarly Communications, UL
Open Access

14:15 – Tali Artman-Partock Prostitution and religious identity formation in late antiquity

14:30 – Angelika Koch
Nightless Cities: Timing the Pleasure Quarters in Early Modern Japan

14:45 – Daniel Wunderlich & Andrea Salter
School of Arts & Humanities
Research Facilitation

15:15 - Tea Break

15:45 – Yaron Peleg
God is Back: Lights, Camera, Action

16:00 – Renad Mansour
Diplomacy for Survival: the Diplomatic Culture of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq

16:15 – Charles Melville: closing remarks

16:25 - Ends