STAMP seminar series events

Tuesday 26 November, USS 2.03, 12pm

Professor David Fasenfest (SOAS), “Getting into print: How to navigate the publishing landscape”

David, editor of the highly acclaimed journal, Critical Sociology, tells us how to get published and what are the pitfalls to avoid in order to get there.
This is a STAMP seminar designed particularly for PhD students and Early Career Researchers of social, economic, political, psychological and cultural studies should attend

Tuesday 10 December, USS 2.03, 12pm

“Brexit and intellectual property rights“. Chair: Dr. Iwa Salami (UEL, Law)

Mr Nick Kounoupias (CEO and founder, Kounoupias IP KIP is an intellectual property consultancy that helps business to understand, manage and protect their IP),

Nick unpacks the Brexit conundrum from a legal perspective drawing on his extensive experience as an intellectual property lawyer

For more information contact Dr. Ejike Udeogu at e.udeogu@uel.ac.uk;

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