On retiring from the University of Warwick last month, Professor of Economics Mark Harrison blogged about the various mistakes we academics make, as a reflection on his forty years in Higher Education. It’s well worth a read, based on a rich wealth of experience. One of the mistakes stood out: that we see commitment to learning as being 24/7.
As well as having Prof Stephi Donald lined up for 13 November, we’re also thrilled to announce that Cathy Johnson of the University of Nottingham will be presenting at our Media and Politics Research Seminar: Tuesday 2 December, 5pm to 7pm, University of Liverpool (Rendall Building, Lecture Theatre One). “Connecting Viewers with Content: the Promotional Screen Industries in the Digital Era”Read more "Media and Politics Research Seminar: Dr Cathy Johnson, 2 December 2014"
We’re delighted to announce that our new Head of School, Stephi Donald, will be presenting in our Media and Politics Research Series: Thursday 13 November, 5pm to 7pm, University of Liverpool (Rendall Building, Lecture Theatre One). “Liu Dahong – Stranded Objects and Shame in Chinese Contemporary Post-socialist Art”Read more "Media and Politics Research Seminar: Professor Stephi Donald, 13 November 2014"
In recent years there has been an explosion in the usage and visibility of the language of human rights, but what does this mean for the role of the media? For evolving ideas about human rights? And for the prospect of shared cosmopolitan values?Read more "Book Launch"