Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance
The Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance (CCIG) is a University designated Centre of Research Excellence
This entry was first posted on Vron's blog, the 3d of May, 2013.
This entry was first posted on Clive's blog, on the 18th of May, 2013.
This entry was first posted on the 17th of May, 2013, on Gilian's Blog.
I’ve just been reading Martin Hand’s new book Ubiquitous Photography, which is part of a series on digital media and society published by Polity Press.
This blog entry was first posted on the Oecumene Website, the 10th of May 2013
This blog entry by Prof. Mike Saward was first published on the ENACT Project website the 2d of May, 2013
The new book Enacting European Citizenship does a curious thing: it questions the very ownership of the idea of citizenship.
The costs of Iraq and Afghanistan have frequently been calculated under broad headings of death and money: the numbers of lives lost and the expense of training, equipping and maintaining sustained warfare overseas. But non-stop combat affects the relationships between military and civilian communities at home too in ways that are not always visible.
This is the question at the heart of our new edited book, Family troubles? Exploring changes and challenges in the family lives of children and young people.
On Wednesday 20 March I happened to hear Imam Asim Hafiz, Muslim Chaplain and Religious Adviser to the UK Forces, on BBC radio 4 delivering a Lent talk on the theme of abandonment. It is well worth listening to although it is only available until March 31st.