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Session 2 - HRSSC: Researching Power and Belief

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In this session we’ll be introducing students to a range of interesting research being undertaken in the School, and to give them to a sense of differences and similarities in research techniques across three different disciplines – History, Criminology and Religious Studies. The research being discussed all, arguably, address the challenges of how to investigate and reconstruct what might at first seem intangible and hard to grasp – patterns and flows of power and belief.

Presentation time: 
Thursday, 3 May, 2018 - 10:05
With: 

Amanda Goodrich

Dr Amanda Goodrich is a lecturer in the History department, specialising in British eighteenth-century and early nineteenth-century history of political ideas (including popular radicalism, attitudes towards monarchy and radical ‘citizens of the world’ in the 1790s).

Paul-Francois Tremlett

Dr Paul-Francois Tremlett is head of the department of Religious Studies at The Open University.

Steve Tombs

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Professor Steve Tombs is Head of the Department of Social Policy and Criminology at The Open University. He has a long-standing research interest in corporate crime and harm, and the relationship of this to state actors (both local and national).

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