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Interview with Professor Andrea Doucet

16 July 2010

Filmed as part of Professor Doucet's keynote lecture visit to CCIG and her involvement in the Family Troubles? Event, held at South Bank University on the 8 and 9th of July, Dr Jane McCarthy interviews Professor Andrea Doucet

Family Troubles? Conference media - Plenary 2

16 July 2010

Filmed as part of the Family Troubles? event held at South Bank University and supported by CCIG, these videos contain the contents of the first plenary of the conference, with lectures by Professor Sir Michael Rutter and Professor Rachel Thomson, followed by a discussion session hosted by Dr Penny Mansfield

Family Troubles? Conference media - Plenary 1

16 July 2010

Filmed as part of the Family Troubles? event held at South Bank University and supported by CCIG, these videos contain the contents of the first plenary of the conference, with lectures by Prof Jill Korbin and Dr Janet Fink, followed by a discussion session hosted by Prof Ann Phoenix.

ICCM Collaboratory on Critical Methods

14 June 2010

This is a discussion from the opening workshop for the International Collaboratory on Critical Methods in Security Studies – a joint initiative between The Open University, University of Edinburgh and University of Sussex. The workshop took place at the University of Sussex on 25-25 February 2010.

'Visualizing War: Politics Between Image and Text' Professor Roland Bleiker

11 June 2010

In this keynote lecture, given as part of the 'War & Visuality: conflict and the politics of perception' workshop co-organised by the securities programme of CCIG and CRESC, Professor Roland Bleiker from the University of Queensland outlines his ideas regarding visual methodology and the relationship between politi

Professor Deborah Britzman interview with Dr Gail Lewis

20 May 2010

In this interview, given after her keynote lecture at CCIG Forum 12, Professor Deborah Britzman outlines her key ideas and concepts regarding psychanalysis and education. The interview is conducted by Dr Gail Lewis

Professor Craig Calhoun keynote lecture

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.

Watch Professor Tania Li's keynote lecture 'To Make Live or Let Die'

19 February 2010

In this keynote lecture, given as part of CCIG Forum 10, Professor Tania Li discusses the productive ways in which the notion of biopolitics (as the governance of life itself) can be positively utilised to enhance and sustain the lives of populations in the developing world.

Walled States, Waning Sovereignty: Professor Wendy Brown Keynote Lecture

16 December 2009

Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, dozens of walls have been erected between and within nation-states. Why? What are these walls doing--materially, performatively, symbolically? What is their relationship to the erosion of state sovereignty? What is the nature of state and popular investments in them, especially when they don't 'work'?

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