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From:

Jivan Astfalck <[log in to unmask]>

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Date:

Fri, 26 Mar 1999 21:46:29 +0000

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         FW: RESEARCH CULTURE!
   Date:
         Thu, 25 Mar 1999 23:25:19 -0000
   From:
         "Michael Preisinger" <[log in to unmask]>
     To:
         "Jivan Astfalk" <[log in to unmask]>




Jivan,

I'm sending you this in case it is of interest to you, your colleagues,
friends and whoever else.

Hope you are well


Michael

Symposium on Consciousness and the Performing Arts.

Date June 23rd 1.30-5.30 p.m. in the New Arts and Social Sciences
Building,
Uxbridge Campus.

Organisers: Barry Edwards (Arts) Michael Wright (Human Sciences)

Programme to be announced. e-mail [log in to unmask] or
[log in to unmask] if interested in contributing or attending.

..........................................................................

-----Original Message-----
From: [log in to unmask] [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 25 March 1999 11:17
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: RESEARCH CULTURE!



To all Human Sciences staff and research students.

Here are some of the research-related activities planned for
the after-Easter period.
________________________________________________________________________

PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH SEMINARS
________________________________________________________________________

I am pleased to announce the following Psychology research seminars
this semester. They are open to all Human Sciences staff and students.
I would be grateful if convenors of all Masters' courses would bring
them
to the attention of HS Masters' students.
.................................................................

Wednesday, May 12th, 4.00 p.m. Room 16 Portakabin City

Dr. Peter Bull, Dept. Psychology, University of York.

Rhetoric and applause in political speeches, and equivocation in
the context of news interviews. (provisional title).

.................................................................

Friday, May 21st, 11 a.m. Room 16 Portakabin City

Dr. Max Roberts, Dept. Psychology, University of Essex

Strategies in Deductive Reasoning

---------------------------------------------------------------------
HUMAN SCIENCE CONFERENCES
---------------------------------------------------------------------
I am pleased to announce the following conferences
this semester. They are open to all Human Sciences staff and
postgraduates.
I would be grateful if convenors of all Masters' courses would bring
them
to the attention of HS Masters' students.
......................................................................

Seventh European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition on 12-15 July at
Cumberland Lodge.

Organiser: John Richardson. [log in to unmask]

These conferences are fairly informal occasions, held about every two
years
in different European venues.  There will be about 35 oral presentations

and about 15 posters.  There is only limited accommodation at Cumberland

Lodge, and John is therefore not happy about people from Brunel coming
to
stay.  However, he would be happy to have people from the Department
attending during the daytime (provided they pay for any meals
consumed and either they or the Department pay a modest fee in return -
probably about 30 pounds, more if you want to join a boat trip on the
Thames).
.........................................................................

Symposium on Consciousness and the Performing Arts.

Date June 23rd 1.30-5.30 p.m. in the New Arts and Social Sciences
Building,
Uxbridge Campus.

Organisers: Barry Edwards (Arts) Michael Wright (Human Sciences)

Programme to be announced. e-mail [log in to unmask] or
[log in to unmask] if interested in contributing or attending.

..........................................................................

"Foursites" Third Vision Research Conference

Date between 14th June and 14th July in the New Arts and Social
Sciences Building.

Organiser: Michael Wright.

Programme to be announced. Keynote speaker plus current research
presentations
(posters and short papers) from Brunel, Royal Holloway, Surrey and
Reading.

Theme: visual perception, visual neuropsychology, visual theory.

Staff, Postdoctoral, Postgraduate, and UG project contributions welcome.

e-mail [log in to unmask] if interested in contributing or
attending.

____________________________________________________________________________

_
DISCUSSION GROUPS AND WORKSHOPS
____________________________________________________________________________

_

Consciousness Discussion Group.

Details already circulated.

Meetings TBA. e-mail [log in to unmask] or
[log in to unmask]
if interested.

............................................................................

.

Brunel Discourse Analysis group, We meet every two weeks usually
on Tuesday 12-1 in room 107 crict.

Organiser: Bryony Hoskins ([log in to unmask])

Every session someone has prepared some data for the group to discuss
that
is circulated before the meeting. The meeting follows the interests of
the
person's data and ideas that other people have had.

all dates, times and the content of the discourse are distributed
through
our e-mail list. The group mail list is: CRICT-bdag
To be put on this list people need to e-mail Bryony!

............................................................................








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