14:live will be returning on the 8th of December 14:00-14:45 at Poole House Refectory, next to Papa Johns. This is open to all staff and students and I am pleased to welcome Sean Beer.
Sean Beer, from the Faculty of Management, will explore the ideas, tastes and smells of Christmas celebrations past and present. At the same time he will show how these experiences reflect social change and highlight how change may have unintended consequences in diverse areas such as the environment and social justice. Our existence is determined somewhere between the individual and ‘society.’ Sometimes we must be careful what we wish for.
It would be great to see you all there to listen to what’s going to be a very interesting talk with Sean Beer, and just to give you that little bit more incentive to come along, there will be 30 x tokens for the first 30 audience members to be exchanged for a FREE individual Papa John’s Pizza at the end of the talk, plus lots of free tea & coffee, don’t miss out! If you have any questions about this event or would like to hear about any other upcoming student engagement with research events, contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org