29
Oct
2014

Podcast 3: Gaia - thinking about the whole

These three podcasts have been produced by the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR). 
In each, CAWR’s Tom Wakeford interviews eminent philosopher Mary Midgley about how her critical thinking has helped us understand what different people mean when they talk about science.
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29
Oct
2014

Podcast 2: Selfish genes and other myths

These three podcasts have been produced by the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR). 
In each, CAWR’s Tom Wakeford interviews eminent philosopher Mary Midgley about how her critical thinking has helped us understand what different people mean when they talk about science.
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29
Oct
2014

Podcast 1: Science and the imagination

These three podcasts have been produced by the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR). 
In each, CAWR’s Tom Wakeford interviews eminent philosopher Mary Midgley about how her critical thinking has helped us understand what different people mean when they talk about science.
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28
Oct
2014

Professor Devon Polaschek Keynote on Reducing violence and crime after prison: Rehabilitation, reintegration, or both?

Professor Devon Polaschek Keynote on Reducing violence and crime after prison: Rehabilitation, reintegration, or both?

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28
Oct
2014

Violence and Interpersonal Aggression (VIA) research group Conference - Introduction by Professor Erica Bowen - Director of VIA

Introduction to the inaugural one-day conference of the Violence and Interpersonal Aggression (VIA) research group at Coventry University from Professor Erica Bowen - Director of VIA.

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13
Jun
2014

Phonar: Marcus Bleasdale

Photographer Marcus Bleasdale in conversation with Jonathan Worth for the open undergraduate photography class #phonar. Marcus Bleasdale is a photographer who has worked for many charities and

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13
Jun
2014

Phonar: Aaron Guy: working with the archive

Aaron Guy works at the North of England Institute of Mining where he has the daunting task of digitizing much of the institutes artefacts as well as transforming, categorizing and publishing them in new forms.

Here Aaron takes us on a brief tour of the Institute and answers questions on the transformation of this great archive

This video is part of #phonar - an open undergraduate photography class found online at phonar.org

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13
Jun
2014

Phonar: Dalia Khamissy

On 28.10. 2014 Lebanese photographer Dalia Khamissy talks to Jonathan Worth about her work "The Missing" , which focuses on the 17,000 people who went missing during the 1975 -1990 Lebanese civil war.

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13
Jun
2014

Phonar: Robbie Cooper

From the phonar archive 2011-2012, photography and video artist Robbie Cooper talks about his early work right up to his latest ideas to develop and further the ‘immersion’ project by directly involving participants in the media making process.

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13
Jun
2014

Phonar: Carol Naggar and David Campbell in conversation about George Rodger

David Campbell and writer Carole Naggar discuss her biography on Magnum co-founder George Rodger
From his early years as a struggling photographer, to the establishment of Magnum and about his photographic legacy following assignments such as Bergen-Belsen.

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