We are delighted to offer a university guest lecture in Sociology for your year 12 and 13 students, designed to inspire and inform students on the broad range of opportunities within Higher Education.
Full Event Details:
The sociology of hair: in this highly engaging session we explore the so often overlooked politics of hair and how perception of it by society evolves and changes overtime. We see how hair reflects how we live our lives and how we are expected to behave in life. The wonderful property about hair is that it can be easily manipulated changed removed cut and dyed and we discover how the language of hair is central to our social identity and what it tells others about us. From head to toes, from the individual to the global, come and see what you can unravel/untangle from this session.
Please note - this event is only bookable through schools interested in bringing their school groups. We cannot accept bookings from individual students.
Lectures will last approximately one hour and will require an appropriate classroom space with access to a screen/projector. We also request that there are a minimum of 10 students per session. This session can also be delivered virtually.
Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)
We can deliver this event at our institution or your school or college. Please contact us
to arrange a date.
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