From David Bates – Professor in Contemporary Political Thought at CCCU
From Mark Bennister – Reader in Politics
From Katarina Hill – Intern for Politics and International Relations.
Dr David Bates, Director of Politics and International Relations, has been working with the Artist Kelly Green, Dr Licia Cianetti of Royal Holloway, University of London, and young people from Astor College for the Arts, Dover on a project exploring social class, marginalisation and exploitation.
“Kindness”,“the ability to change” and “my beard” are written in large chalk lettering; a man has glitter make-up lovingly applied to his face; on the other side of the room a pair of pink, nippled bean bags invite you to “get comfy and consider how you view breasts”.
Canterbury’s Sidney Cooper Gallery will host an innovative research project today exploring how live art can be used a s a tool for political education.
On 18 January 2018, the CIAP (Conference for Interdisciplinary Approaches to Politics) Winter Symposium 2018 will be hosted by the Politics and IR team at Canterbury Christ Church University, headed by Dr Demetris Tillyris (Lecturer in Political Theory).
***UPDATED*** Professor Amelia Hadfield’s Inaugural Lecture: Reform, Rework or Reject? Charting Britain’s European Future
Professor Amelia Hadfield, Jean Monnet Professor and Director of the Centre for European Studies (CEFEUS) at Canterbury Christ Church University, will give her inaugural professorial lecture “Reform, Rework or Reject? Charting Britain’s European Future”.
The Politics team at Canterbury Christ Church University were delighted to host The Rt Hon John Bercow, current Speaker of the House of Commons, on Thursday 30 November 2017.
The Centre for European Studies (CEFEUS), in tandem with Canterbury Christ Church University’s “Making Politics Matter” programme, and the Sidney Cooper Gallery will host an exhibition entitled “Myth-busting in Contemporary Politics”.