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  1. University futures

    Amsler, Sarah; Bakaban, Corina
    Interview with Corina Bakaban, Universities in the Knowledge Economy project and conference, Aarhus University, Copenhagen, 15–17 June 2016.

  2. Interview with Andrew David on Joni Mitchell [Siren FM]

    Charnock, Ruth; David, Andrew
    Interview with Andrew David on Joni Mitchell, Siren FM [15/6/15]

  3. ‘Troubled’ or ‘disadvantaged’ families?: In conversation with Sue Bond-Taylor [Podsocs Episode 76]

    Bond-Taylor, Sue; Fronek, Patricia
    Troubled Families programs have been introduced in England for those most ‘troubled’ families. Sue Bond-Taylor discusses an evaluation of one these programs and the differences between political and practice meanings of words like empowerment and troubled.

  4. Work and the social science imagination

    Winn, Joss; Saunders, Gary; Keeble, Richard
    In this third Social Science Centre podcast, Richard Lance Keeble discusses with fellow SSC scholars Gary Saunders and Joss Winn, ways in which C. Wright Mills’ The Sociological Imagination can help people reflect critically on their own experience of work. They focus on how the writing of Kathi Weeks can help us explore the nature of capitalist work and then discuss possible ways to alleviate the central role of work in our lives: a reduction in working hours and a guaranteed, unconditional basic income.

  5. Interview with the Pynchonite

    Eve, Martin Paul; Hastings, Chris; Butler, Bo
    An interview with Dr. Martin Paul Eve about his latest book and various other aspects pertaining to Thomas Pynchon.

  6. Pynchon in public: holiday special

    Hastings, Chris; Eve, Martin Paul; Butler, Bo
    A Christmas 2013 special edition of the Pynchon in Public Podcast featuring readings by Chris Hastings, Martin Paul Eve and Bo Butler.

  7. The social science imagination (Social Science Centre podcast #1)

    Amsler, Sarah; Keeble, Richard
    'Sarah Amsler, a scholar at the Social Science Centre, Lincoln, discusses with fellow SSC scholar, Richard Lance Keeble: the origins and aims of the SSC, how teaching and learning are structured, the choice of C. Wright Mill’s The Sociological Imagination (1959) as the key text for the course, the nature of the ‘sociological imagination’ as explained by Wright Mills, how the podcasts will track the development of the course and how to get in touch with the SSC for further information.'

  8. Episode one: Beyond the zero

    Anonymous, Bill; Eve, Martin Paul; Hastings, Chris
    A discussion of Pynchon's latest novel, Bleeding Edge.

  9. Cascading

    Chapman, David; Wilson, Louise K.
    Six channel audio installation. Falkland Palace and Falkland Estate including the House of Falkland, Fife, Scotland with published catalogue, three peer-reviewed texts and conference proceedings And a mention in award-winning bbc radio 4 documentary Hearing the Past?! A multi-media art project undertaken by David Chapman and I on the Falkland Estate in Fife, Scotland between 2008 – 10. The various sound, video and live works we made over this time drew on personal responses to the site as well as the testimonies of others with a specific relationship to Falkland and its rich vein of intriguing geological and archaeological features and historical narratives. The works applied innovative acoustical...

  10. Falkland audiowalk

    Chapman, David; Wilson, Louise K.
    A downloadable MP3 audio piece. Falkland Palace and Falkland Estate including the House of Falkland, Fife, Scotland with published catalogue, three peer-reviewed texts and conference proceedings And a mention in award-winning bbc radio 4 documentary Hearing the Past?! A multi-media art project undertaken by David Chapman and I on the Falkland Estate in Fife, Scotland between 2008 – 10. The various sound, video and live works we made over this time drew on personal responses to the site as well as the testimonies of others with a specific relationship to Falkland and its rich vein of intriguing geological and archaeological features and historical narratives. The works applied innovative...

  11. Arcadia

    Chapman, David; Wilson, Louise K.
    An eight-channel audio work for the Tapestry Gallery in Falkland Palace Falkland Palace and Falkland Estate including the House of Falkland, Fife, Scotland with published catalogue, three peer-reviewed texts and conference proceedings And a mention in award-winning bbc radio 4 documentary Hearing the Past?! A multi-media art project undertaken by David Chapman and I on the Falkland Estate in Fife, Scotland between 2008 – 10. The various sound, video and live works we made over this time drew on personal responses to the site as well as the testimonies of others with a specific relationship to Falkland and its rich vein of intriguing geological and archaeological features and...

  12. Behind the headlines

    Amsler, Sarah
    Appearance on 'Behind the Headlines' weekly news radio programme, Siren FM (107.3)

  13. Old photographs fever: the search for China’s pictured past

    Foo, Yee-Wah; Ward-Lowery, Mary; Bickers, Robert; Carstairs, Jamie
    China's photographic record begins only in the 1970s because nearly all earlier pictures were destroyed. The ones that survived are mostly outside China, and a major effort is now under way to bring them together online, says the BBC's Mary Ward-Lowery.

  14. Sarah Amsler on critical pedagogy, critical theory and hope

    Amsler, Sarah
    In this podcast, in conversation with Gurnam Singh, Sarah Amsler, Lecturer in Sociology at Aston University shares some of her own praxis in this area critical pedagogy. In particulalr, she discusses the relationship between critical pedagogy, critical theory and the sociology of ‘hope’. In doing so she talks about how critical pedagogy come to life in many roles as a teacher/researcher/activist/citizen.

  15. Positive politics: episode #5 (Education)

    Amsler, Sarah
    In this episode, Joel and Neil explore the current realities and alternatives of education, specifically higher education, today. We start by interviewing Dr Richard Hall about the struggles of life in the neo-liberal university today where everything is reduced to the logic and interests of money and profit. We then ask Dr Gurnam Singh to help us to think about very different, democratic, empowering, and critical ways of thinking about and engaging in teaching and learning. Finally, we hear from Dr Sarah Amsler about an exciting new project based in Lincoln, UK called the Social Science Centre – an attempt...

  16. Safer internet day

    Merdian, Hannah Lena; Hogue, Todd
    Radio discussion for Safer Internet day

  17. The legend of St Catherine’s well

    Mckay, Andy
    A short story written from the research of local history sources and produced as an audio work. The piece was commissioned by Nottinghamshire County Council for the development of the successful £1.3m Heritage Lottery bid to renovate historical features within Sconce & Devon Park, Newark, Nottinghamshire.

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