Master's Taster Evening

University of Roehampton, Duchesne Building, 17.30 - 20.30

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If you're considering starting a Master's course next September, this event will give you a valuable insight into Master's level teaching at Roehampton. It's the chance to attend up to three 50-minute sample lectures from 20 of our postgraduate programmes, as shown in the table below.

To book a place please complete the registration form here. Refreshments will be served from 5pm in the Duchesne Building, and throughout the evening for those who register.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Room Number 5.30 - 6.20pm 6.30 - 7.20pm 7.30 - 8.20pm
Du 001 English & Creative Writing Department
Dr Susan Greenberg
MA Publishing

What is this thing called Publishing?
English & Creative Writing Department
Dr Mary Shannon
MA Children's Literature

Alice in Wonderland and Print Culture
English & Creative Writing Department
Dr Peter Jaeger
MA Creative Writing

Alternative Form in Creative Writing
Du 004 School of Education 
Sarah O'Flynn
MA SEN, Disability and Inclusive Education

Rethinking Behaviour in Schools: An Introduction to Sociological Perspectives for Masters' Students.

School of Education 
Penny Lawrence
MA Early Childhood Studies

Environments for play, thinking and communication – how the environment shapes and is shaped by children
Du 101 Media Culture & Language Department
Dr Mark Garner
MA Applied Linguistics and TESOL

Language and Communication - what can we learn from sheep?
Media Culture & Language Department
Dr Chris Darke
MA Film and Screen Cultures

The Essay Film: an introduction to the most significant current trend in film making
Media Culture & Language Department
Dr Gary Merrill
MA Journalism

Eighteen Common Writing Mistakes ... and how to avoid them
Du 104 Life Sciences Department
Dr Simon Dyall

Exploring the brain – an introduction to Clinical Neuroscience
Life Sciences Department
Dr Harry Marshall
MRes Primate Biology, Behaviour & Conservation

What you will do on the course and where it can take you.
Life Sciences Department
Dr Micahel Patterson
MSc Clinical Nutrition

Appetite Control; from obesity to malnutrition
Du 201 Dance Department
Dr Cristina Rosa
MA Dance

Thinking Bodies & Moving Knowledges: Doing Research in the Field of Dance
Psychology Department
Psychology Dr Diane Bray
MSc Forensic Psychology

An Introduction to Risk Assessment 
Du 209 Social Sciences Department
Dr John Kerr 
MA Global Criminology

The Importance of Global Policing
Social Sciences Department
 Dr Jeremie Gilbert
MA Human Rights

Human Rights and Social Justice: Prospects and Limitations
Du 304 Roehampton Business School
Dr Vladan Hadzic and Tim Hill
MSc Global Business Management

Executive Strategy: Toolkits for Facing Fast Paced Global Markets
Roehampton Business School
Dr Andre Slowak

The Art of Management & Competitive Firms for a Digital Economy Age
Du 305 Drama Theatre & Performance
Dr Sarah Gorman 
MA London's Theatre & Performance: writing, viewing, making

'Take me to the Bridge: Conversations about Witnessing Theatre'
Humanities Department
Dr Suzannah Lipscombe
MA History

'Breaking the Silence: Finding Ordinary Women's Voices and Power in Sixteenth-Century France'
Humanities Department
Dr Edward Howells
MA Theology & Religious Studies

What is Christian Mysticism ?


Dance Stacey Prickett Alexandra Kolb - -
Drama Sarah Gorman PA Skantze - -
ECW Peter Jaeger Mary Shannon Susan Greenberg -
Education Dalvir Gill Penny Lawrence Sarah O'Flynn -
Humanities Susan Deacy Suzannah Lipscomb Simonetta Calderini -
Life Sciences Simon Dyall Harry Marshall TBC -
MCL Gary Merrill Anita Biressi Chris Darke Mark Garner
Business TBC TBC TBC -
Social Sciences  TBC TBC - -
Psychology TBC TBC - -