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Podcasts in 2010

14 May 2010

For those unable to attend the Citizenship without Community workshop held on May 10th 2010 all of the talks are now available to listen to in podcast format through the links below.

Keynotes

Engin Isin (Open University) 'Citizens without Nations'

14 May 2010

This keynote lecture was given by Professor Étienne Balibar at the 'Citizenship without Community' event hosted by CCIG in collaboration with the BISA poststructural politics working group, held on the 10th of May 2010. 

14 May 2010

This keynote lecture was given by Professor Engin Isin at the 'Citizenship without Community' event hosted by CCIG in collaboration with the BISA poststructural politics working group, held on the 10th of May 2010.

12 May 2010

In this talk, given as part of CCIG Forum 13, Dr Claudia Aradau, Dr Jef Huysmans and Dr Vicki Squire outline the findings from a work package of the European funded ENACT project.

12 May 2010

Deborah Britzman, Distinguished Research Professor in the Department of English at York University, Canada, gave a CCIG keynote lecture within CCIG Forum 12. “Reading Sigmund Freud’s Group psychology today” Freud’s 1921 study, “Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego” is used as an occasion for raising a number of conundrums for social theory, education, and psychoanalysis.

19 March 2010

In this recent Keynote lecture jointly organised by CCIG, CHERI and OpenSpace, Professor Craig Calhoun, president of the Social Science Research Council gives his views on the future of research funding in higher education.

5 March 2010

In this paper, given as part of CCIG Forum 11, Dr James Ash examines the process of designing and testing the multiplayer levels for a large commercially released videogame. In doing so the paper argues that videogame designers work to create the potential for positively affective encounters to occur—a complex and elusive outcome that is key to creating critically and commercially successful multiplayer videogames.

5 March 2010

In this talk, given as part of CCIG Forum 11, Dr Paul Simpson from the University of Keele discusses his recently completed research on performance and public space. Utilising the work of philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy the paper discusses how Nancy's work problematises traditional accounts of intersubjectivity.

5 March 2010

In this talk, given as part of CCIG forum 11, Professor Ida Susser from New York University, speaks around themes from her new book 'AIDS, Sex, and Culture: Global Politics and Survival in Southern Africa' (2009, Wiley Blackwell), providing a clear summary of key concepts such as 'imperial morality'.

Podcasts

Podcasts archive