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CCIG Forum 5

Wednesday, 10 June 2009, 10:30 - 17:00

Library Seminar Rooms 1&2, The Open University, Milton Keynes

CCIG Forum 5 comprises a range of interesting sessions, including two papers given by visiting speakers: Helen Hamer from The University of Auckland; and Jane Fortin from Sussex University. In addition, a member of our postgraduate community will be presenting a paper on his current research, and a group of postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers have put together a panel critically considering the possibilities for and constraints on postgraduate teaching at the OU.

Programme (PDF version attached below):

10:30     Meet and greet over coffee/tea
              All
 

10:40     Introduction
              Engin Isin, CCIG Director
 
 
11:00     Citizen Interrupted: madness, citizenship and social justice in post institutional era
              Helen Hamer, The University of Auckland
 
 
12:00     Europe and the Muslim question
              Khaled Al-Khatid, The Open University
 
                       
13:00     Lunch
 
 
14:00     Do all children really have the right to know their origins?
              Jane Fortin, Sussex University
 
              Concurrent Activity
              Securities Programme working group: Insecurity, Fear, Risk (CMR 3)
 
 
15:30     Why won't the OU let postgraduates teach, and is there anything we can do about it?
              Clive Gabay, Scott Rodgers and Cheeku Bhasin
Registration: 

The event is open to all. Please contact Sarah Batt (a.s.c.batt@open.ac.uk) by 5 June 2009 to confirm your attendance.