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Past seminars and invited talks (Age at Work)

On this page, we share details of past seminars and invited talks that we have given on the substantive topic of our research, namely age at work. Wherever possible, we include the slides from our presentations but ask you please not to cite or circulate without our permission.

2013

Discourse at/on/as Work, WU Vienna, 11-13 December 2013.

Rebecca and Katrina were delighted to have been invited to present at this event and made separate presentations, though both are co-authored:

Weary Women: Re-constructing retirement in the 21st century

Baby Boomers and the Lost Generation: On the discursive legitimacy of generations at work

Invited Talk at BPS (Wessex branch) on 5 June 2013

Katrina and Rebecca gave an invited talk on their research to the Wessex branch of the British Psychological Society. The talk was entitled: Do you see what I see? Going beyond chronology by exploring images of age at work.

Here are the slides from the presentation.

Invited talk at Lewis Silkin on 26 April 2013

Katrina and Rebecca gave an invited talk to the Employment Law department of City law firm Lewis Silkin on their research.

Invited talk at Work, Age and Retirement Research Network on 27 February 2013

Rebecca gave an invited talk to the WARRN on research from her PhD entitled Victims of others’ success: Older workers and job search websites.

Here are the slides from the presentation.

2012

Seminar at Birkbeck on 21 September 2012

On Friday 21st September we held a seminar covering all aspects of our research to date. The morning session focused on the topic of age while the afternoon covered methodological issues associated with our e-research approach (see separate blof page for slides of the afternoon session on e-research).

For more information on our research please see the ‘Publications and past conference presentations’ section of this blog. This includes links to abstracts of our recent work which we have presented at conferences.

 

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