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SU Psychology Department Colloquium Series 2020 by Dr Mpoe Johannah Keikelame (PhD, SU)

This talk is based on my co-authored published article entitled: 'Decolonising research methodologies: lessons from a qualitative research project, Cape Town, South Africa.

Speaker:  Dr Mpoe Johannah Keikelame (Stellenbosch University)

Date and time:  Monday, 16 March 2020 form 13:00 - 13:50 pm

Venue:  Room 3002, RW Wilocks

 

SU will be hosting a seminar by Professor Erik Olsson from Lund University in Sweden.

Title of Seminar: Does Google Read Our Minds?

Speaker: Professor Erik Olsson 

Date and time: Tuesday, 17 March 2020 from 12:00 - 13:30pm.

Venue: Arts and Social Sciences building (Ryneveld street), 6th Floor, Room 628

 

 

SU will be hosting a guest seminar by Dr Chrisinte Hobden from the University of  Fort Hare.

Should we vote with our wallets?: Political consumerism as a civic responsibility.


Speaker: Dr Christine Hobden  (University of Fort Hare)

Date and time: Thursday, 19 March 2020, 12:00 - 13:30

VenueArts and Social Sciences building (Ryneveld street), 6th Floor, Room 628.

SU Psychology Department Colloquium Series 2020 by Prof Jason Bantjies, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology,SU.

SUICIDE PREVENTION IN THE DIGITAL AGE: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES.

Date and time: Monday, 2nd March 2020  13:00 - 13:50

Venue: Room 3002, RW Wilcocks Building

SU PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM SERIES 2020

HOW GOOD IS THE SEQOL AT MEASURING QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG PATIENTS WITH ENDOMETRIOSIS IN THE UK?

Speaker: Dr Rizwana Roomaney (Lecturer, Department if Psychology, SU)

Date and time: Monday 9 March 2020, 13:00-13:50

Venue: ROOM 3002 RW WILCOCKS BUILDING

2020 SEMINAR SERIES/ TERM 1

Indexing Transformation 

CONTESTING DISCOURSESON VIOLECE IN THE TRC'SBUSINESS HEARINGS

Speaker: Claire Lester

Date and time: Thursday, 12 March 2020 13:00 - 14:30

Venue: R401, Dept. of Sociology & Social Anthropology, Arts and Social Science Building c/o Merriman and Ryneveld Street.

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