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WHEN: Friday, 5 February 2016 from 09:30 to 17:00 (GMT) – Add to Calendar

WHERE: Rose Theatre – 24-26 High Street Kingston upon Thames KT1 1HL GB – View Map


Conference Programme:


Dr Heidi Seetzen and Dr Carlie Goldsmith

Challenges of researching social inequality

Professor Ruth Lupton (University of Manchester)

Factors influencing uptake of measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine in site-dwelling Gypsies and Travellers: A qualitative study of GRT parents’ beliefs and experiences.

Dr David Smith and Dr Paul Newton (University of Greenwich)


Refreshments and Coffee

 Mass Observation and the everyday: Intimate practices of social inequality

Dr Emma Casey (Kingston University) and Dr Nick Hubble (Brunel University)

Reflections on using Visual Research Methods to map experiences of social inequality in a divided neighbourhood

Dr Heidi Seetzen (Kingston University), Dr Mark Ramsden (University of Cambridge) and Dr Carlie Goldsmith (North RTD and St Mary’s University, London)


Introduction to the afternoon

Dr Mark Ramsden

Inversion/reflection: Turning Balfron Tower inside out

Dr Rab Harling (UCL and contemporary artist)

The Polyhedron of social inequality, social change and media events

Dr Hager Weslati (Kingston University)

Social inequality and social change reflected through black British film making and Sound system culture (Title TBC)

Freddie Osborne (Film Maker)


Climate change and gender inequality in Tanzania

Paschal Arsein Mugabe (University of Ghana)

Research Politics and Integrity

Professor Peter Squires (University of Brighton)

Final discussion