School of Social Sciences 2 in 20 Seminars - Part 2

Designed to showcase the diversity of research within the School, staff will speak for 10 minutes each, followed by a short Q & A session.


  1. 'The salinity history of Lake Alexandrina (SA) and its importance for water management
    Associate Professor John Tibby, Department of Geography, Environment and Population
  2. 'The Political Theory of Cyberpolitics'
    Dr Tiziana Torresi, Department of Politics and International Relations
  3. ' Hip-Hop as Healing: Exploring the Motivations of Hip-Hop Mentors Working with Indigenous Youth'
    Dr Di Rodger, Department of Anthropology and Development Studies
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