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Audio: Prof. Monica Dowling on adoption and fostering, 6.12.2011

23 January 2012
As part of the CCIG Forum 24 on mixed raciality, held the 6th of December, Prof.Monica Dowling (Head of Department for Social Work in the Faculty of Health and Social Care, OU) presented her research on ‘Globalisation and the implications for adoption and fostering’.

Petra Nordqvist on "Negotiating Non-genetic Kinship in the Context of Assisted Reproduction"

9 January 2012

As part of the CCIG Forum 24 on mixed raciality, held the 6th of December, Petra Nordqvist (Researcher, The Morgan Centre for the Study of Relationships and Personal Life and Sociology, University of Manchester) presented her research on 'Negotiating Non-genetic Kinship in the Context of Assisted Reproduction’.

Using Bourdieu Methodologies for Studying Citizenship, an audio record of Anna Leander's Keynote (21.06.2011)

15 December 2011

This Keynote by Anna Leander was given during CCIG Forum 22 (21.06.2011)

Of Cookbooks and Unfinished Dictionaries: On the Promise and Problems of Using Bourdieu Methodologies for Studying Citizenship Act

Audio for CCIG Forum 21 : Raluca Soreanu, 26 May 2011

16 November 2011

Keynote: Raluca Soreanu (UCL) 'Creativity, the Radical Imagination and the Problem of Action'

This keynote was given during CCIG 21th Forum, held on 26th May 2011.

Audio for Politics of the Contemporary: Big Cuts, Big Society, 26th April 2011

16 November 2011

Politics of the Contemporary: Big Cuts, Big Society 'Third Sector Roundtable' featuring Pragna Patel (Director, Southall Black sisters), Mousa Baraka (Lead Organiser, Citizens:MK), Simon Burall (Director, INVOLVE) and more. Chaired by Janet Newman.

This round table was organised on the 26th April 2011, as part of the Publics Programme events.

'Big Cuts, Big Society': audio of talks by John Clarke and Sukhwant Dhaliwal

12 January 2011

The audio recordings of two presentations given as part of the ongoing CCIG series on 'Big Cuts, Big Society: politics of the present' given at CCIG Forum 18  on 7 December 2010 are now available.

John Clarke (Co-Director of the Publics Research Programme, CCIG, The Open University) 'It's not fair: equity, justice and the Big Society' (Nb. this audio recording begins with introductory remarks by CCIG Director, Jef Huysmans)

Audio for CCIG Forum 17 (18 November 2010)

9 December 2010

CCIG Forums are monthly events at which CCIG members and others come together to discuss, articulate, experiment with and develop CCIG-related research and thinking, face-to-face and in a participative environment. These Forums are now recorded and will be uploaded regularly to the CCIG website in order to involve CCIG members, other researchers and publics.

'Going Public: The Janet Newman Project' (5 October 2010)

9 December 2010

This forum was a special event to celebrate the career and retirement of Professor Janet Newman. The day was organised around three panels dealing with different ways of thinking about the concept of the 'public'.


by Centre Director, Jeff Husymans and John Clarke

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'From Territorium to Territory' talk by Professor Stuart Elden at CCIG Forum 14

9 June 2010

In this talk, given as part of CCIG Forum 14 Professor Stuart Elden from Durham University asks; what is the Latin word for ‘territory’? How should we translate territorium?

'Citizenship without Community' Conference Media 10th May 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.


Engin Isin (Open University) 'Citizens without Nations'


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