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Department of Sociology


External events relevant to sociology are listed below. 

Please note these events are organised outside the Department and cannot be comprehensively vetted before inclusion. As such they are included for information only and do not represent the views of the Department. 

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AHSS Research and Impact Bulletin Click here to subscribe to this newsletter

Centre of Development Studies Seminar Series Click here for the full list of dates and topics

Engaged Researcher Training Click here to see a list of upcoming training

Cambridge Digital Humanities Click here to see a list of upcoming events


HSPS Freshers' Events

  • All of September
  • Find the schedule here


Virtual launch of Medieval Murder Maps: London, York and Oxford – 28th September, 5.15pm BST

This successful project started in 2018 and it has been greatly improved by adding new historical murder cases and two new cities! During the launch a new website will be revealed so you can browse at your heart's content. Join Prof Manuel Eisner and Dr Stephanie Brown, and travel back in time.

Please register here to attend.



Data Pipelines for Science course

  • 25 -26 September
  • Apply by 5pm Friday 8th September

Find out more and apply to join the September 2023 Data Pipelines School here.


Imperial and postimperial emigrations. The case of Russia

  • 4-5 October 2023
  • Warsaw


Introducing Data Science for Research course

  • 16 October - 17 November
  • Apply by 5pm Friday 8th September
  • The Accelerate Programme are offering 50% funding for this cohort reducing the cost to participants to £1,050 + VAT.

Visit the course page to find out more and fill in this form to apply


CRASSH Impact and Innovation Training 

  • 15.30 -18.30 19 October
  • SG2, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge

A training event on Impact and Innovation in Arts and Humanites Research. Click here for further details 



'Rethinking Justice - Alternatives to Custody for Juvenile Sexual Offenders currently before the courts and those that were juveniles at the time of their historical offending.’

  • 09:00 - 17:00 21 October
  • O'Reilly Hall in UCD or online