On Thursday 26th April, Dilshaad Bundhoo will present her PhD work, which has developed a context based framework for understanding how relationships transform effectively at times of stress (interpersonal resilience) instead of breaking down.
On the 19th April, Professor David Main, Professor of Production Animal Health and Welfare at the Royal Agricultural University, will be making a presentation for the CCRI Seminar Series.
A new seminar date for your diaries! On Thursday, 22nd February, Alberto Serra, a MSc student in Wageningen University’s rural sociology department, will be presenting ‘(Dis)assembling Alternative Food Networks in Sheffield, UK’.
CCRI Director, Professor Janet Dwyer is making a seminar presentation on Thursday 14th December about her experience and research over the summer in Kyoto, Japan, where she undertook an OECD Research Fellowship. The seminar is free to attend.
Dr Joo-In Seong, our visiting researcher from South Korea, is making a presentation as part of the CCRI Seminar Series on Thursday 26th October on ‘Rural changes in Korea’s modernisation and new rurality for the future’, which is based on his sabbatical research. The seminar is free to attend.
Our current placement student Eloise Fresnay will soon be leaving CCRI. While she has been here, Eloise has been conducting a research project about the role of social interaction and collective work in WWOOF-ing networks. This Thursday, Eloise will present her findings as part of the CCRI Seminar series.
There is still time to register for the free CCRI seminar taking place on Thursday 25th May. Former CCRI Artist in Residence, Antony Lyons and Jenny Phelps from FWAG SouthWest, will be presenting “Water and Integrated Local Delivery (WILD) project, enabling local communities and famers to influence their local environment and its future management and development”.
The CCRI presentation by Luca Lazzarini on 16th March 2017 is available on YouTube. Read more to find the link…..
The CCRI is currently hosting Luca Lazzarini, a PhD student in Urban and Regional Development at the Inter-university Department of Urban and Regional Studies and Planning (DIST) at Politecnico di Torino, Italy. This Thursday, 16th March, Luca is giving a presentation as part of the CCRI Seminar Series “For rural space. A scenario-based approach for re-addressing planning practice”.
Dr Nick James, who is a geographer and Associate Lecturer with the Open University, and Liz Child, a Human Ecology graduate and a local fresh food campaigner, are making a presentation on Thursday 16th February entitled ‘A Horticultural Belt for Stroud District’.