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Upcoming open days

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Colchester Campus
Saturday 25 October 2014 (booking now)
Southend Campus
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Wednesday 5 November 2014 (booking now)

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Diary of events 2014

Our events listings are updated on a daily basis. If you want to signup for our Daily Bulletin or let us know about an event please email our Communications Office.

Our venues

All of our venues have their own dedicated websites: Lakeside Theatre, Colchester Campus; Art Exchange, Colchester Campus; Clifftown Theatre and Studios, Southend Campus; East 15 Acting School, Loughton Campus

Exhibitions

  • The Hexagon: Something Fierce - Vision and Reality

    From 29 September to 13 December. "Something Fierce" emerged in Essex from 1964 – a new University determined to look to the future and break with tradition. In September a major new exhibition opens giving you the chance to discover the story of the foundation of the University of Essex and 50 years of student life. The exhibition celebrates the bold, 'brutalist' sixties architecture of the Colchester Campus; the unique academic vision and the vibrant community of scholars and students they created. The Hexagon is based at the heart of our Colchester Campus.

  • Art Exchange: Regina Jose Galindo, Tierra

    From 29 September to Saturday 25 Oct. A short film by Regina José Galindo, a performance artist who lives and works in Guatemala.

  • Beecroft Art Gallery: Connecting Through Collecting: 20 Years of Art from Latin America at the University Of Essex

    From 6 September to 6 December. For 20 years ESCALA has played a vital role in connecting people with artwork from across Latin America while also challenging ideas about contemporary art. A new exhibition in Southend opening at the Beecroft Art Gallery will celebrate ESCALA's internationally important contribution by showing how members of the University of Essex community connect with the artworks from its Collection.

  • Art Exchange: Simon Carter, Study of Wivenhoe Park

    From 12 September to 25 October 2014. A new commission of Simon Carter’s artworks inspired by Constable’s painting ‘Wivenhoe Park’ 1816, will be on display at Art Exchange at our Colchester Campus to mark the start of our 50th anniversary celebrations.


Tuesday 21 October

10am to 5pm - TEDx University of Essex. We will be hosting our first TEDx event at the University with our academics sharing their ideas throughout the day from robot warfare to the fight for rights. You can watch live online thoughout the day at: www.essex.ac.uk/research/tedx/.

4pm – Department of Economics Seminar, Daniel Garrett (Toulouse):"Competitive Screening under Heterogeneous Information". In the Economics Common Room 5B.307.

5pm – Department of Literature, Film and Theatre Studies Seminar, Professor Tilottama Rajan (Canada Research Chair and Distinguished Professor, University of Western Ontario): "Models for System in Idealist Encyclopedics: The Circle, The Line, and the Body." In Room 5A.118. Followed by drinks. If you would like to join the speaker for dinner at the Brasserie after the reception, please email Susan Oliver.

Wednesday 22 October

2pm to 4pm – Essex Accounting Centre Seminar, Prof Silvia Jordan (University of Innsbruck):"The Emergence of Risk Maps. Collective symbols, flexibility normalism and the interplay of risk and uncertainty". Room TC2.8 Teaching Centre. Tea and coffee on arrival.

3pm - Essex Business School Seminar, Dr Diane Holt (Essex Business School) : Enterprise-led poverty alleviation and sustainable development – The Trickle Out Africa Project and emergent findings (MEGS Group). In Room TF.0.34, Southend.

5.00pm to 6.30pm - Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies Seminar – Dr. Steven Groarke (Roehampton University): "War and Maturity". In Room 4SB.5.3.

Thursday 23 October

4pm - Department of Language and Linguistics Seminar, Vineeta Chand (University of Essex):"Indian English sound change and sociolinguistic constraints across generations". In Room 1N1.4.1.

4pm - Department of Economics Seminar, Jonathan Newton (Sydney):"A one shot deviation principle for stability in matching problems". In the Economics Common Room 5B.307.

5pm - School of Philosophy and Art History Seminar Dr Donna Yates (University of Glasgow):"Trafficking Culture: the transnational illicit trade in antiquities from source to market. In Room 6.106.

6.00pm to 7.30pm - Curator and Critic’s talk on Regina Jose Galindo’s ‘Tierra’ at the Art Exchange. A short film by Regina José Galindo, a performance artist who lives and works in Guatemala.

7.30 pm - "Master & Margarita" bought to you by FRAGMENTS, an ensemble that make, share and tell compelling stories that push the bounds of traditional storytelling. At the Clifftown Theatre, Southend.

7.30pm - The Pearl, a timeless fable about the allure of wealth, the confines of class, and the redemptive power of love. The Pearl asks us to consider what we value most in the world. At the Lakeside Theatre.

Friday 24 October

7.30 pm - "Master & Margarita" bought to you by FRAGMENTS, an ensemble that make, share and tell compelling stories that push the bounds of traditional storytelling. At the Clifftown Theatre, Southend.

Saturday 25 October

12pm and 5pm - Gardening on campus. Are you waiting for a plot on an allotment? Would you like to spend more time outdoors? Looking for a workout with other people in a relaxed atmosphere? Then join the team of committed hobby gardeners at the Campus Community Garden: it’s free, all staff, students, their families and friends are welcome! We are growing fresh, organic fruit and veg to be shared with everyone who joins. No previous gardening knowledge required. For more information email estfr004@essex.ac.uk or visit our Facebook page.

7.30pm – DAHLING YOU WERE MARVELLOUS, TAS are back with another madcap show made entirely in the 24 hours before curtain up!

Wednesday 29 October

4pm - Department of History Research Seminar, Prof Micheline White (Carleton University, Ottawa):"The Surprising Contribution of Katherine Parr and Queen Elizabeth I to the Book of Common Prayer". In Room 5N.7.23.

Thursday 30 October

4pm - Department of Language and Linguistics Seminar, Andrea Revesz (The Institute of Education, University of London): "Researching task-generated cognitive processes". In Room 1N1.4.1.

5pm - School of Philosophy and Art History Seminar, Dr Andrew Fagan (University of Essex) : " Into the belly of the whale and out again: subjective welfarism and cultural harm". In Room 5B.202.

Saturday 1 November

12pm and 5pm - Gardening on campus. Are you waiting for a plot on an allotment? Would you like to spend more time outdoors? Looking for a workout with other people in a relaxed atmosphere? Then join the team of committed hobby gardeners at the Campus Community Garden: it’s free, all staff, students, their families and friends are welcome! We are growing fresh, organic fruit and veg to be shared with everyone who joins. No previous gardening knowledge required. For more information email estfr004@essex.ac.uk or visit our Facebook page.

Tuesday 4 November

9.30am to 1.00pm - Looking after your research data : Exploring legal and ethical issues. Location: 2N2.4.16. Organised by UK Data Service.

Wednesday 5 November

1pm to 2pm - Department of Sociology Seminar, Professor Stevi Jackson (Department of Sociology, University of York):"Practices of intimacy and the negotiation of sexual boundaries: Mothers, daughters and Sex in Hong Kong and Britain" (CISC Seminar Series). In Room 6.345.

1pm - School of Health and Human Sciences Seminar, Dr Chris Green from HHS (University of Essex): SHHS as a Best Evidence in Medical and Health Professions Education (BEME) International Collaborating Centre: an introduction and invitation. In Room 2S2.3.20.

4pm - Department of History Research Seminar, Dr Tracey Loughran (Cardiff University): "Emotion, Character and Self-Control: Shell-Shock, the First World War and Medical Understandings of Human Nature". In Room 5N.7.23.

Thursday 6 November 2014

4pm - Department of Language and Linguistics Seminar, Silke Hamann (University of Amsterdam) :"Loanword adaptation via the perception grammar :(more) data from Cantonese". In Room 1N1.4.1.

5pm - School of Philosophy and Art History Seminar, Dr Martin Myrone (Tate Britain): "British Folk Art: Reflections on a Museum Fiction". In Room 6.106.

Saturday 8 November

12pm and 5pm - Gardening on campus. Are you waiting for a plot on an allotment? Would you like to spend more time outdoors? Looking for a workout with other people in a relaxed atmosphere? Then join the team of committed hobby gardeners at the Campus Community Garden: it’s free, all staff, students, their families and friends are welcome! We are growing fresh, organic fruit and veg to be shared with everyone who joins. No previous gardening knowledge required. For more information email estfr004@essex.ac.uk or visit our Facebook page.

Wednesday 12 November

4pm - Department of History Research Seminar, Prof Jay Kleinberg (Brunel University): "a href="http://www.essex.ac.uk/history/news_and_seminars/seminarDetail.aspx?e_id=6801">Crunching Numbers. How Statistical Evidence Undermines the Feminine Mystique". In ROom 5N.7.23.

Thursday 13 November

4pm to 6pm - CISC Seminars, Sasha Roseneil (4-6pm) Together/Apart: intimacy and autonomy in contemporary personal life". In Room 6.345. All welcome

4pm to 5pm - Department of Sociology Seminar, Professor Sasha Roseneil (Birkbeck): ""Together/Apart: intimacy and autonomy in contemporary personal life"(CISC Seminar Series). In Room 6.345.

5pm - School of Philosophy and Art History Seminar, Dr Sacha Golob (King's College London): "Proposition, Derivation, and Distortion in Early Heidegger". In Room 5B.202.

Saturday 15 November

12pm and 5pm - Gardening on campus. Are you waiting for a plot on an allotment? Would you like to spend more time outdoors? Looking for a workout with other people in a relaxed atmosphere? Then join the team of committed hobby gardeners at the Campus Community Garden: it’s free, all staff, students, their families and friends are welcome! We are growing fresh, organic fruit and veg to be shared with everyone who joins. No previous gardening knowledge required. For more information email estfr004@essex.ac.uk or visit our Facebook page.

19 November 2014

1pm to 2pm - Department of Sociology Seminar, Professor Lynn Jamieson (University of Edinburgh):"Sex and Intimacy Revisited"(CISC Seminar Series). In Room 6.345.

Thursday 20 November

5pm - School of Philosophy and Art History Seminar, Dr Sue Malvern (University of Reading): "Femininity, feminism and the terrorist. In Room 6.106.

Saturday 22 November

12pm and 5pm - Gardening on campus. Are you waiting for a plot on an allotment? Would you like to spend more time outdoors? Looking for a workout with other people in a relaxed atmosphere? Then join the team of committed hobby gardeners at the Campus Community Garden: it’s free, all staff, students, their families and friends are welcome! We are growing fresh, organic fruit and veg to be shared with everyone who joins. No previous gardening knowledge required. For more information email estfr004@essex.ac.uk or visit our Facebook page.

Wednesday 26 November

10am to 12pm - Looking after your research data: professionalising your practices. Organised by UK Data Service.

Saturday 29 November

12pm and 5pm - Gardening on campus. Are you waiting for a plot on an allotment? Would you like to spend more time outdoors? Looking for a workout with other people in a relaxed atmosphere? Then join the team of committed hobby gardeners at the Campus Community Garden: it’s free, all staff, students, their families and friends are welcome! We are growing fresh, organic fruit and veg to be shared with everyone who joins. No previous gardening knowledge required. For more information email estfr004@essex.ac.uk or visit our Facebook page.

December

Wednesday 3 December

1pm to 2pm - Department of Sociology Seminar, Professor Mike Roper (Department of Sociology, University of Essex): "Subjectivities in the Aftermath: the “generation between” in Britain, 1920-45" (CISC Seminar Series). In Room 6.345.

4pm - Department of History Research Seminar, Prof Julian Hoppit (University College London) and Prof Liudmyla Sharipova (University of Nottingham): "Colloquium on the recent publications of Prof James Raven". In Room 5N.7.23.

News and events

News and events

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Arts events

Events

We have theatres at each of our three campuses and a whole range of activities taking place for you to enjoy or get involved in, including student productions and performances by professional touring companies.

Media information

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Publications

We publish our stakeholder magazine Essex Quarterly, and an in-house newsletter, Essex Weekly allowing you to keep up-to-date with everything that is happening at Essex, including latest news, research excellence and information on forthcoming events.