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      February 13, 2019

      Wednesday   4:30 PM

      Old Royal Naval College , Park Row
      Greenwich, Greater London

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      Sociology Twilight Lecture - Greenwich Campus

      Our series of twilight lectures are aimed at students currently studying at Level 3, to complement their studies and/or to provide an insight into studying a range of disciplines at degree level.  The Sociology lecture, delivered by Dr Louise Owusu-Kwarteng, is entitled, 'When who you are goes against you', crime, intersectionality and representation. The case of Lisa Coleman. This talk explores the case of Lisa Coleman, a Black American lesbian who was sentenced to death and executed in 2014 for killing her son - she did it, no doubt, but my focus is on how aspects of her identity went against her in the legal case. All of the twilight lectures are delivered at the beautiful and historic Greenwich Campus on the south bank of the Thames at Greenwich. We welcome group bookings by teachers, or students are permitted to attend independently and can make individual bookings. Note: All bookings can now be found on the University of Greenwich website, please find more informaiton on  

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