Presumed Intentions and the Copyright Bargain: Digital Copyright Reform, the Making Available Right,
Elizabeth Judge analyses the extent to which the Crown is permitted to use (and make public) private copyrighted materials, considering in particular the theories of implied licence and waiver. Digital copyright reform discussions are considering the intersection between author's rights, including the making available right, and the public interest in accessing materials online. Mechanisms such as opt out, implied licence, waiver, and the copyright bargain have been suggested as ways to facilita
Speaking Innovation to Power: The Uses and Abuses of Power in Social Innovation
Speaking innovation to power is a key element of successful, system changing, social innovations. This session will ground the dynamics of challenging and channeling existing power resources to support real change in cases as diverse as helping displaced persons camps in Eritrea, facilitating multistakeholder collaborations in British Columbia and changing the power dynamics of environmental organizations through the use of global search engines.
Art a GoGo Podcast #16 - Interview with British Performance Artist Mark McGowan
This week, we interview British performance artist Mark McGowan. You can read about Mark McGowan's art on his website at http://clublet.com/c/c/house?MarkMcGowan. Please visit our blog at www.artagogo.com/blog for full show notes and links that we discuss during the show. Thanks for listening! Kathleen & Doug / art, arts, artist, museum, entertainment, news
Tim Kendall: 'Ivor Gurney: First War Poet'
Professor Tim Kendall considers what composer and poet Ivor Gurney understood by the phrase 'war poet' and how he saw his own work as belonging to (and eminent amidst) a tradition of writing about war. Tim Kendall examines the ways in which Gurney represents poetry, and the figure of the poet, in his own work; and assesses Gurney's hopes for the efficacy of such poetry - whether as acts of witness, of escapism, or of political intervention. Tim Kendall is Professor of English Literature at the
Richard Holmes interview
In this interview, the well-known military historian Brigadier Richard Holmes discusses his work on WW1, remembrance, his views on WW1 poetry, and how those experiences relate to the British Army currently serving in Iraq. Brigadier Richard Holmes is a well-known military historian, having written and presented numerous books and TV series on all aspects of warfare. In relation to the First World War his work includes 'Riding the Retreat: Mons to Marne' (1995), 'The Western Front' (1999), and 'T
Process and Effects of Unification
The history of the Wall — Developments up to 1989 — The international handling of German unification — The domestic politics of unification — Enduring divisions in Germany — Conclusion
Anglo American Relations the Special Relationship
Anglo American Relations the Special Relationship. Part of a lecture series to develop an understanding of the changing composition and dominant characteristics of UK politics in the post-war period.
Pensions in the UK
Part of a lecture series to develop an understanding of the changing composition and dominant characteristics of UK politics in the post-war period.
11 Economic Policy.mp3
Economic Policy - Roger DuClaud -Williams Part of a lecture series on Politics in the UK
7 Interest groups
Interest Groups - Politics in the UK
The post-crisis politics of financial reform: business as usual or new global order?
Poul Nyrup Rasmussen, President of European Socialist Party and former Prime Minister of Denmark talks about the politics of current efforts to regulate the financial sector.
Love and Revolution
Divergent views on politics and religion fuel a feud between two prominent Williamsburg families. Museum educator Anne Willis tells the story of their children's unlikely marriage.
The British Constitution
The fundamentals of British law reside in the American Constitution. Historian Nancy Milton describes the English influence.
Cornwallis' Sunken Fleet
A British flotilla from the Battle of Yorktown lies mired in a murky tomb beneath the tides of the York River. Underwater archaeologist John Broadwater dives down to Cornwallis' sunken fleet and shares his finds.
Virtual Maths, Cuboid - Excavation Video
Video of excavation in progress, (for use with excavation quizzes 1 and 2) or your own purposes
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John Denham MP - Annual Politics Lecture with Q&A
John Denham MP - Annual Politics Lecture with Q&A
13 Bankers: The Wall Street Takeover and the Next Financial Meltdown
[from MIT Sloan School of Management Newsroom]
Channeling Thomas Jefferson and Theodore Roosevelt, MIT Sloan School of Management Professor
Simon Johnson warns in a new book that a “new financial oligarchy” threatens not only the nation’s economy, but its political core. In 13 Bankers: The Wall Street Tak
21A.226 Ethnic and National Identity (MIT)
An introduction to the cross-cultural study of ethnic and national identity. We examine the concept of social identity, and consider the ways in which gendered, linguistic, religious, and ethno-racial identity components interact. We explore the history of nationalism, including the emergence of the idea of the nation-state, as well as ethnic conflict, globalization, identity politics, and human rights.
1 The problem with crime: Glasgow Sean Damer examines the problem of crime in relation to Glasgow. The audio programme was recorded in 2001. Participants in the audio programme were: Sean Damer Staff Tutor in Politics for The Open University, Scotland and is based in the University of Glasgow; Moira Burgess a pre-eminent bibliographer of Glasgow and analyst of Glasgow in fiction; Jimmy Boyle a graduate of Barlinnie Prison's
Sean Damer examines the problem of crime in relation to Glasgow. The audio programme was recorded in 2001.
Participants in the audio programme were:
Sean Damer Staff Tutor in Politics for The Open University, Scotland and is based in the University of Glasgow;
Moira Burgess a pre-eminent bibliographer of Glasgow and analyst of Glasgow in fiction;
Jimmy Boyle a graduate of Barlinnie Prison's