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Audio podcasts of the CCIG Forum 29: Affective Practices and the Constitution of Publics Part 3

22 April 2013

This audio file features Jean Carabine (Open University).

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Audio podcasts of the CCIG Forum 29: Affective Practices and the Constitution of Publics Part 2

22 April 2013

This audio file features Ellie Jupp (Open University): Approaching the emotional geographies of social policy

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Audio podcasts of the CCIG Forum 29: Affective Practices and the Constitution of Publics Part 1

22 April 2013

This audio file features Lynn Froggett (University of Central Lancashire): Civic participation, displacement anxiety and community based art

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Contemporary Identities of Creativity and Creative Work, a new book by Stephanie Taylor

1 October 2012

Stephanie Taylor (Senior Lecturer in Psychology, CCIG Member) presents her new book, co-authored with Karen Littleton (Professor of Psychology in Education): Contemporary Identities of Creativity and Creative Work (Ashgate 2012).

Jane McCarthy and Megan Doolittle present "Understanding Family Meanings"

16 April 2012

Family Studies is a key area of policy, professional and personal debate. Perhaps precisely because of this, teaching texts have struggled with how to approach this area, which is both 'familiar' and also contentious and value laden.

Audio for CCIG Forum 25: The UK 2011 Riots

5 March 2012

This podcast features the presentations given by Hannah Jones (Goldsmiths, University of London), Karim Murji (Open University), and Helen Arfvidsson (Open University), as well as the discussions that followed. It also includes the afternoon session, dedicated to a debate moderated by John Clarke.

Timing of the Forum contributions

Hannah Jones (Goldsmiths, University of London): 4’

Karim Murji (Open University): 19.48’

Helen Arfvidsson (Open University): 32’

Afternoon session: 1.28’

Kath Holden and Mike Roper on social history of psychoanalysis

5 March 2012

On 16th of Feb., 2012, CCIG hosted an Event organised by the Psychosocial Research Programme: “What Difference Does the Psychosocial Make?”

Global Traffic, Female Services and Emotional life, a keynote by Arlie Hochschild

5 March 2012

On 5 April 2011, CCIG hosted an event with Arlie Hochschild (University of California, Berkeley, USA) chaired by Elizabeth Silva (OU), who gave a keynote on ‘Global Traffic, Female Services and Emotional life: the case of nannies and surrogates’.

Interview with Arlie Hochschild (University of California, Berkeley, USA), 5 April 2011

5 March 2012

On the 5th of April, 2011, CCIG hosted an event with Arlie Hochschild (University of California, Berkeley, USA), who gave a keynote. The event was organised by Jacqui Gabb (Senior Lecturer in Social Policy) and Elizabeth Silva (Professor of Sociology).

The audio material  features an interview with Arlie carried out by Elizabeth Silva.  

 

 

Prof Engin Isin about the idea of being a global citizen

6 February 2012

Prof Engin Isin has been interviewed about the idea of being a global citizen. He talked about the definition of global citizenship and said that many people are living as global citizens, through the exchange of ideas and interest in what happens elsewhere.

BBC Radio 3 (Nightwaves), 1 February 2012, http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/b019qhsy (0:21:00)

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