Monday 9th November, from 10am, in The Ballroom
In 2009, BlackBerry controlled half of the World’s smartphone market. Today that number is estimated to be around only one percent. What went so wrong?
The Bader International Study Centre, Queen’s University, Canada is very pleased to welcome Sean Silcoff, co-author of ‘Losing the Signal’: The Untold Story Behind the Extraordinary Rise and Spectacular Fall of BlackBerry, to Herstmonceux Castle this November 9th.
Sunday 22nd November, 2pm, in the Conference Room
Dr Leanne Proops will be coming to the castle as the guest of Dr. Anna Taylor, to present to the BISC’s Psychology students. Her talk promises to be of interest to the wider castle community however, so this event will be open to all.
Dr Rachael Johnstone of the Bader International Study Centre has recently published a blog on the IPAC Impact Forum. The forum is for ‘pracademics’ to discuss politics, policy, and public administration. Comments from public servants, academics, students, and all others are encouraged.
The blog provides three key facts about Abortion Access in Canada, and exposes three popular misconceptions about abortion access as nothing but myth!
Read the full blog here
This weekend sees the culmination of a two-year-long research project by Dr. Shannon Smith of The Bader International Study Centre.
Dr. Smith, Assistant Professor of English Literature at the Institute, has been volunteering as a dramaturge and historical consultant for a production of two rarely seen Victorian comedies – ‘The Game of Speculation’ and ‘Box and Cox ‘— at the Stables Theatre, Hastings, since 2013.
Dr Rachael Johnstone, Assistant Professor at the Bader International Study Centre has recently had a journal published in the International Journal of Canadian Studies. Dr Johnstone, who lectures in both Political Science and Gender Studies at the BISC, published the journal in partnership with Dr Emmett Macfarlane of The University of Waterloo.
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