MyPlayer - Anglia Ruskin University https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/ MyPlayer - Anglia Ruskin University en-us Fine Art Research Unit - Vic, Emily, Ann-marie and Helen AA2A Artist's in residence Talk Fine Art Research Unit Vic Dawson Emily Godden Ann-Marie James Helen Judge Wednesday 3 October 2018 Our 2018 /19 FARU talks programme with start with a joint presentation for our newly appointed AA2A (Artists Access to Art Colleges) Artists in Residence. Vic Dawson, Emily Godden, Ann-Marie James and Helen Judge will each give an overview of their practices and introduce the projects they intend to develop while working alongside us at Cambridge School of Art this coming year. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9576 Fri, 05 Oct 2018 11:42:01 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9576 MA Illustration 2018 Part 2: Leigh Hobbs Guest Lecture The first lecture in our MA Children’s Book Illustration 2018 Lecture Programme, recorded 03 October 2018, “Creating Characters in Words and Pictures.” Leigh Hobbs is a previous Australian Children’s Laureate and author-illustrator of picture books and chapter books for kids. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9574 Fri, 05 Oct 2018 10:57:02 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9574 MA Illustration Part 1: Leigh Hobbs Guest Lecture The first lecture in our MA Children’s Book Illustration 2018 Lecture Programme, recorded 03 October 2018, “Creating Characters in Words and Pictures.” Leigh Hobbs is a previous Australian Children’s Laureate and author-illustrator of picture books and chapter books for kids. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9572 Fri, 05 Oct 2018 10:48:25 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9572 Welcome Talk Part 2: Children's Book Illustration Introductory course information for Semester 1. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9570 Fri, 05 Oct 2018 08:22:01 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9570 Spectacle and Representation in Renaissance Drama - Assessment MOD0005871 - Spectacle and Representation in Renaissance Drama Assessment... a video introduction By Professor Eugene Giddens. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9568 Thu, 04 Oct 2018 17:54:35 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9568 Welcome Talk Part 1: Children's Book illustration Introductory course information for Semester 1. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9565 Thu, 04 Oct 2018 12:16:35 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9565 Lunchtime Concert- Embraceable Ella Cambridge campus Joanna Eden Joanna Eden presents a ‘labour of love’ show celebrating the music of her vocal hero Ella Fitzgerald. Joanna – who mentored Sam Smith and teaches singing at ARU – launched Embraceable Ella to much acclaim at the London Jazz Festival and has since been touring this heart-warming collection of songs, accompanied by long-time collaborator, and one of the UK’s leading jazz pianists, Chris Ingham. Joanna mines the rich seam of Ella Fitzgerald’s unrivalled canon with humility, style and obvious deep affection. “Bloody Marvellous!” – Dame Cleo Laine. “Seek her out” – Sir Michael Parkinson. “A fitting tribute to Ella... the full house clamoured for an encore!” – London Jazz News https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9551 Tue, 02 Oct 2018 10:10:06 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9551 THEOREM 2018 - Dr Nina Danino [KEYNOTE] and Q&A KEYNOTE: Dr Nina Danino – Reader in Fine Art, Goldsmiths, University of London Nina Danino will present the role of practice and theory in her films Jennifer (2015) and Sorelle Povere di Santa Chiara (2016) through an approach to the labour of contemplative life and the labour of filming. Nina has made films in the ambit of the London Film-makers’ Co-operative and has a specialist knowledge of the field of experimental film. She has written on artists’ film and was on the editorial board of Undercut film and video magazine. She is co-editor of the Undercut Reader (Wallflower Press 2002) including contributing an introductory essay, The Intense Subject on how different experimental strategies articulated self-expression. She is interested in the relationship of self-inscription and women’s experimental film and recently convened a roundtable on Women Experimental Filmmakers at the London Filmmakers’ Co-op, published in MIRAJ Vol 4 1 & 2 (2016). https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9468 Mon, 17 Sep 2018 09:48:03 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9468 THEOREM 2018 - Ryan, Anna and Dashamir, Q&A Ryan Nolan – University of Plymouth Theory and/as practice: This presentation will explore the relationship between theory- and practice-based research within arts education. Arguing that the distinction is an unnecessary one that is often a point of distraction. Anna Salamon – Anglia Ruskin Univeersity Productive fiction? Painterly theory in Wladyslaw Strzeminski.: This presentation considers possible relationships between painterly theory and contemporary practice of abstraction in painting, taking W. Strzeminski’s painterly and theoretical work as a point of departure. Dashamir Vaqari – University of Derby Art practice as a methodology for research in transnationalism and home: Exploiting technical aspects of oil painting in a body of work to achieve an understanding of the multi-faceted, emotional, and introspective nature of transnationalism and the concept of home. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9461 Mon, 17 Sep 2018 09:20:28 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9461 THEOREM 2018 - Ryan, Anna and Dashamir, Presentations Ryan Nolan – University of Plymouth Theory and/as practice: This presentation will explore the relationship between theory- and practice-based research within arts education. Arguing that the distinction is an unnecessary one that is often a point of distraction. Anna Salamon – Anglia Ruskin Univeersity Productive fiction? Painterly theory in Wladyslaw Strzeminski.: This presentation considers possible relationships between painterly theory and contemporary practice of abstraction in painting, taking W. Strzeminski’s painterly and theoretical work as a point of departure. Dashamir Vaqari – University of Derby Art practice as a methodology for research in transnationalism and home: Exploiting technical aspects of oil painting in a body of work to achieve an understanding of the multi-faceted, emotional, and introspective nature of transnationalism and the concept of home. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9460 Mon, 17 Sep 2018 09:02:03 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9460 THEOREM 2018 - Kelcy, Kate and Livia, Q&A Kelcy Davenport – Anglia Ruskin University ANALYSIS - The Bent Man | Didactics of the Rebel (Negri, 2005): Negri’s formulations about bending as a form of resistance are illuminated through the learning outcomes of a small reading group engaged with this play-script from Trilogy of Resistance (2009). Kate Paxman – University of Plymouth The problem of being the problem: considering expanded notions of field working through ‘Diapsid’ (2017), a digital animation and sound composition: The expanded notions of data collection through imagination and other observational methods are discussed in the process of research through practice. Livia Paris – University of Plymouth The Poetic Forensics of my political disappeared: experiments in regenerative art practice as research: A proposition of ‘poetic forensics’ expands the concept of contemporary forensics through attunement and haptic spatiality to capture tenuous evidence and to suggest testimonial materiality. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9459 Mon, 17 Sep 2018 08:56:48 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9459 Inaugural Lecture of Professor John Gardner The Inaugural lecture of Professor John Gardner of Arts, Law & Social Sciences. Entitled: 'Machines made out of words', it was presented on Thursday, 31st May, 2018. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9450 Thu, 13 Sep 2018 12:39:04 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9450 MOD006395 - Module Welcome - Prof. Lucy Bland Race, Racism and Resistance in Modern Britain since the Eighteenth Century (MOD006395 - Trimester 1, 2018-19). https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9438 Tue, 11 Sep 2018 15:57:35 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9438 MOD005904 - Module Welcome - Prof. John Gardner Romantic Conflicts (MOD005904 - Semester 1, 2018-19). https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9437 Tue, 11 Sep 2018 14:53:06 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9437 MOD005858 - Module Welcome - Prof. John Gardner A History of English Literature from the Present to 1789 (MOD005858 - Semester 1, 2018-19). https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9436 Tue, 11 Sep 2018 14:40:57 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9436 Mitigation & Assessment - Dr Liz Bradbury's Top Tip A top tip on how to how to make a claim for mitigation successful and stress free, by Dr Liz Bradbury (ALSS > AHSS). ======== Dr Liz Bradbury is a Deputy Head of The School of HSS in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. She is also its Director of Learning, Teaching and Assessment. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9434 Mon, 10 Sep 2018 14:55:05 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9434 MOD000287 - Module Welcome - Quzheng Zhai Chinese (Mandarin) Foundation 2 (MOD000286 - Semester 1, 2018-19). https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9398 Mon, 03 Sep 2018 14:08:06 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9398 MOD000286 - Module Welcome - Quzheng Zhai Chinese (Mandarin) Foundation 1 (MOD000286 - Semester 1, 2018-19). https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9397 Mon, 03 Sep 2018 14:00:19 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9397 MOD003781 - Module Welcome - Dr Vahid Parvaresh Semantics and Pragmatics (MOD003781 - Semester 1, 2018-19). https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9394 Mon, 03 Sep 2018 09:52:59 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9394 MOD005907 - Module Welcome - Dr Tory Young Modernism and the City (MOD005907 - Semester 1, 2018-19). https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9380 Thu, 09 Aug 2018 10:06:56 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9380 Kat - Part-time Jobs As part of the 'Cambridge Life' series. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9351 Thu, 19 Jul 2018 12:21:02 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9351 Kat & Blessing - Moving to Cambridge from small and big places As part of the 'Cambridge Life' series. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9349 Mon, 16 Jul 2018 17:23:50 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9349 On Accommodation... As part of the 'Cambridge Life' series. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9347 Fri, 13 Jul 2018 17:15:04 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9347 Where is your favourite place in Cambridge? As part of the 'Cambridge Life' series. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9346 Fri, 13 Jul 2018 16:20:34 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9346 MOD000418 - Module Welcome - Amanda Bailey Teaching Practice (MOD000418 - Semester 1-2, 2018). https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9344 Fri, 13 Jul 2018 09:52:06 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9344 MOD000354 - Module Welcome - Amanda Bailey Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages: Teaching the Language System (MOD000354 - Semester 1, 2018). https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9343 Fri, 13 Jul 2018 09:13:05 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9343 Nicola Griffith - Full Interview Nicola Griffith is a native of Yorkshire, England, where she earned her beer money teaching women’s self-defense, fronting a band, and arm-wrestling in bars, before discovering writing and moving to the US. Her immigration case was a fight and ended up making new law: the State Department declared it to be “in the National Interest” for her to live and work in this country. This didn’t thrill the more conservative power-brokers, and she ended up on the front page of the Wall Street Journal, where her case was used as an example of the country’s declining moral standards. In 1993 a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis slowed her down a bit, and she concentrated on writing. Her novels are Ammonite (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. (1993), Slow River (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. (1995), The Blue Place (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.(1998), Stay (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. (2002), Always (Links to https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9295 Thu, 21 Jun 2018 15:50:06 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9295 Jen McMenemy - Full Interview Jen McMenemy is Marketing Manager at Gollancz and Orion. Originally from New York, she talks too loud (and far too fast). When not marketing books she reads too much, writes a little and travels as much as possible. She has a weakness for brilliant genre and YA novels, fairytales, mythology, chocolate tea and trashy American TV. She also has a pathological hatred of mayo. You can follow her on Twitter: @gennmcmenemy (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9294 Tue, 19 Jun 2018 09:10:24 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9294 Stevie Finegan - Full Interview Stevie Finegan is an indigenous, somewhat hairy, life form that favours a warm, dry habitat with plenty of shelves and a good, sturdy reading lamp. She has been creating YouTube videos about books for 7 years and retains a perfectly peeved look of disdain for when people demand that she puts the camera down and does her actual job …which is still talking about books but involves pulling marginally less silly faces. She studied at a highly be-spired university where she wrote her dissertation on the definition of Young Adult literature and confused a whole flock of dons with it to no end. When she emerges from the depths of her duvet she enjoys wrestling with the strands of her first novel and feeds mainly on a diet of Jasper Fforde, Tamora Pierce and Brandon Sanderson. She lives in perpetual fear that one day the To-Be-Read pile will bury her in an avalanche of crushing cliches and is still waiting for her letter from Hogwarts. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9293 Mon, 18 Jun 2018 15:37:38 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9293 Rachel Winterbottom - Full Interview Rachel Winterbottom is Senior Editor at Gollancz and will be the first person to hop into the DeLorean when it’s finally realised so she can complete the important task of telling her 16-year-old self that one day she’ll be working with incredible authors that previously only existed on her shelves. Prior to being at Gollancz, she worked at HarperVoyager, Manchester University Press as a commissioning editor, and did a wild stint working for a pedigree dog newspaper despite (whisper it) not being a dog person. You can usually find her eating Maltesers while reading a good book, and on twitter @Frostycheeks (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.(a handle she regrets but can’t bring herself to change). https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9291 Mon, 18 Jun 2018 14:20:55 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9291 Gillian Redfearn - Full Interview Gillian Redfearn is the Publishing Director of Gollancz. She joined the team in 2004 and isn’t sure she’s left the office since. She loves travel, challenges and good fantasy novels, hates being bored and is largely ambivalent about chocolate. When not working in the Gollancz Dungeons she reads, practises archery, knits, conducts a never-ending war against her garden and doesn’t spend enough time in the gym . . . You can follow her on twitter: @GillianRedfearn (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9290 Mon, 18 Jun 2018 13:37:27 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9290 Lunchtime Concert - Symphonia Academica 2018 Symphonia Academica 4 May 2018 Peter Bussereau & Marcus Broome (violins) Ania Ullmann (viola) Julia Graham (cello) Following their appointment as Associate Ensemble to Anglia Ruskin University, Symphonia Academica continue their Masterworks series with works by ARU composers alongside one of Beethoven’s opus 18 quartets and Webern’s Langsamer Satz. Following a series of composer’s workshops the Symphonia Academica is excited to have the opportunity to showcase the talents of ARU’s own composers. Accompanying these compositions will be works written early in the careers of two composers strongly linked to Vienna. In his quartets of opus 18, Beethoven acknowledged his gratitude to Mozart and Haydn whilst displaying his own distinctive creative powerhouse. Webern wrote his Langsamer Satz whilst studying with Arnold Schoenberg, a work rooted in the romanticism of Vienna at the turn of the 20th century. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9215 Fri, 04 May 2018 16:15:34 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9215 Cinematic approaches to Intercultural Communication Cinematic approaches to Intercultural Communication Joanne Leal, Birkbeck University of London 22nd April 2018 https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9209 Tue, 01 May 2018 14:32:27 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9209 Becoming Multilingual: just a language or a culture and way of thinking? Becoming Multilingual: just a language or a culture and way of thinking? Henriette Hendriks University of Cambridge 22nd April 2018 https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9208 Tue, 01 May 2018 14:25:06 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9208 Shakespeare and Science Fiction Conference (Part 1/3) 2.20 – 3.10 Panel Three Lauren Rohrs: ‘Mary Doria Russell’s The Sparrow and Titus Andronicus: Emilio Sandoz as a Modern Male Lavinia Sarah Waters: ‘C. S. Lewis’ Science Fiction and Re-readings of Shakespeare’ 3.25 – 4.40 Panel Four Philip Aijian: ‘The Undiscovered Country: The Problem of Peace in Shakespeare and Star Trek VI’ Kinga Földváry: ‘Shakespeare and Science Fiction: The Case of Westworld’ Ronan Hatfull: ‘Shakespeare in the Park?: The Other RSC and the MCU’ https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9206 Tue, 01 May 2018 13:58:49 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9206 Shakespeare and Science Fiction Conference (Part 2/3) Shakespeare and Science Fiction (28 April 2018) 11.50 – 12.40 Panel Two Berit Åström: ‘Mute gesture’, organising principle, cultural namedropping? The uses of Shakespeare in Justin Cronin’s The Passage and Emily St John Mandel’s Station Eleven Margaret Maurer: ‘Shakespeare, Star Trek and Intertextual Narratives in Station Eleven’ 1.40 – 2.20 Roger Christofides: ‘In the face of the fabulous new: Hamlet in the uncanny valley’. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9205 Tue, 01 May 2018 13:52:15 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9205 Shakespeare and Science Fiction Conference (Part 1/3) Shakespeare and Science Fiction (28 April 2018) 9.30 – 10.10 Sarah Annes Brown: ‘Shakespeare and Time Travel’ 10.10 – 11.25 Panel One Peter Byrne: ‘Shakespeare in Fallout (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bard) Steven Sautter: ‘The Tempest and the Time Lord’ Powder Thompson: ‘What Dreams May Come: The Uses of Shakespeare in Disney’s Gargoyles’ https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9204 Tue, 01 May 2018 13:40:10 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9204 Pop-Tronix II - March 2018 - Part 2 An evening of pop and electronica Dynamic and electrifying performances by students from Anglia Ruskin University’s Popular Music degree programme. Pop-Tronix brings together some of the finest and fresh musical talent, performing eclectic pop and electronic music. This evening’s show is your opportunity to come along and listen to our rising stars before they graduate and make their mark on the world of music. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9161 Tue, 10 Apr 2018 12:01:42 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9161 Pop-Tronix II - March 2018 - Part 1 An evening of pop and electronica Dynamic and electrifying performances by students from Anglia Ruskin University’s Popular Music degree programme. Pop-Tronix brings together some of the finest and fresh musical talent, performing eclectic pop and electronic music. This evening’s show is your opportunity to come along and listen to our rising stars before they graduate and make their mark on the world of music. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9160 Tue, 10 Apr 2018 11:38:28 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/9160 ALSS External Examiners - Canvas Support A short video showing external examiners who have not been trained on Canvas where to go to retrieve the assessment information they need... and to not waste time whilst they're at it! https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8824 Thu, 25 Jan 2018 17:31:35 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8824 ALSS External Examiners - Canvas Help A short video showing external examiners who have not been trained on Canvas where to go to retrieve the assessment information they need... and to not waste time whilst they're at it! https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8812 Wed, 24 Jan 2018 14:07:28 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8812 MA Research Methods Module Leader Welcome MA Research Methods Module Leader Welcome https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8757 Sat, 13 Jan 2018 11:11:16 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8757 ARU Guest Lecture - VFX in Blockbuster Movies by Chris Cook ARU alumnus, Chris Cook, delivers a guest lecture on behind the scenes visual effects of 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' and 'Beauty and the Beast' (2017). https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8703 Tue, 05 Dec 2017 12:44:49 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8703 J.G. Ballard & the Sciences Conference Part 1/7 Hosted by the Anglia Ruskin Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy (CSFF) Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge 25th November 2017. 9.40-10.45 am: Welcome and Keynote by Christopher Priest. “Science and technology multiply around us. To an increasing extent they dictate the languages in which we speak and think. Either we use those languages, or we remain mute.” J.G. Ballard From The Drowned World’s early meditations on ecology, to the provocative prosthetics of Crash, through to the psychopathologies at work (or rather play) in Cocaine Nights, Super-Cannes and Kingdom Come, the writings of J.G. Ballard are in constant dialogue with the discourses of science and technology. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8683 Thu, 30 Nov 2017 16:23:46 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8683 J.G. Ballard & the Sciences Conference Part 7/7 Hosted by the Anglia Ruskin Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy (CSFF) Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge 25th November 2017. Special Session 2, 5.30-6.30pm: Fay Ballard in Conversation & Wine Reception “Science and technology multiply around us. To an increasing extent they dictate the languages in which we speak and think. Either we use those languages, or we remain mute.” J.G. Ballard From The Drowned World’s early meditations on ecology, to the provocative prosthetics of Crash, through to the psychopathologies at work (or rather play) in Cocaine Nights, Super-Cannes and Kingdom Come, the writings of J.G. Ballard are in constant dialogue with the discourses of science and technology. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8682 Thu, 30 Nov 2017 16:18:13 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8682 J.G. Ballard & the Sciences Conference Part 6/7 Hosted by the Anglia Ruskin Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy (CSFF) Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge 25th November 2017. Special Session 1, 4.30-5.30pm: How is emotion aestheticized through technology? in The Thousand Dreams of Stellavista, by the RCA Theatre Group, Royal College of Art. “Science and technology multiply around us. To an increasing extent they dictate the languages in which we speak and think. Either we use those languages, or we remain mute.” J.G. Ballard From The Drowned World’s early meditations on ecology, to the provocative prosthetics of Crash, through to the psychopathologies at work (or rather play) in Cocaine Nights, Super-Cannes and Kingdom Come, the writings of J.G. Ballard are in constant dialogue with the discourses of science and technology. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8681 Thu, 30 Nov 2017 16:12:54 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8681 J.G. Ballard & the Sciences Conference Part 5/7 Hosted by the Anglia Ruskin Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy (CSFF) Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge 25th November 2017. Panel 4, 3.45-4.30pm: Environmental Sciences: (45 mins) ‘Nature against the Human Species: Science in the Apocalyptic Novels’ by James Ballard and Olaf Stapledon, Boyarkina Iren (Rome University) ‘Solid-State Fiction: Reflections on the Science of Crystals in the Work of J.G. Ballard’, Moritz Ingwersen (Trent University, Ontario) “Science and technology multiply around us. To an increasing extent they dictate the languages in which we speak and think. Either we use those languages, or we remain mute.” J.G. Ballard From The Drowned World’s early meditations on ecology, to the provocative prosthetics of Crash, through to the psychopathologies at work (or rather play) in Cocaine Nights, Super-Cannes and Kingdom Come, the writings of J.G. Ballard are in constant dialogue with the discourses of science and technology. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8680 Thu, 30 Nov 2017 16:08:18 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8680 J.G. Ballard & the Sciences Conference Part 4/7 Hosted by the Anglia Ruskin Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy (CSFF) Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge 25th November 2017. Panel 3, 2.45- 3.30pm: Medical Sciences (45mins) ‘Prosthetics, War Veterans and Crash’, Kristina Fleuty (VFI, ARU, Chelmsford) ‘Infernal Visions: Ballard’s Romantic-Scientific Imagination in The Unlimited Dream Company’, Thomas Knowles (Birmingham City University) “Science and technology multiply around us. To an increasing extent they dictate the languages in which we speak and think. Either we use those languages, or we remain mute.” J.G. Ballard From The Drowned World’s early meditations on ecology, to the provocative prosthetics of Crash, through to the psychopathologies at work (or rather play) in Cocaine Nights, Super-Cannes and Kingdom Come, the writings of J.G. Ballard are in constant dialogue with the discourses of science and technology. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8679 Thu, 30 Nov 2017 16:01:42 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8679 J.G. Ballard & the Sciences Conference Part 2/7 Hosted by the Anglia Ruskin Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy (CSFF) Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge 25th November 2017. Panel 1, 11-12pm: Neurology: ‘Science, Fiction, Art, and Technology in Ballard’s Vermilion Sands’, Bruna Mancini (University of Calabria, Italy) The Enormous Room: J.G. Ballard and Sensory Deprivation, James Riley (University of Cambridge) “Science and technology multiply around us. To an increasing extent they dictate the languages in which we speak and think. Either we use those languages, or we remain mute.” J.G. Ballard From The Drowned World’s early meditations on ecology, to the provocative prosthetics of Crash, through to the psychopathologies at work (or rather play) in Cocaine Nights, Super-Cannes and Kingdom Come, the writings of J.G. Ballard are in constant dialogue with the discourses of science and technology. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8676 Thu, 30 Nov 2017 15:12:47 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8676 Constitutional Law Lecture 1 This is the first lecture in the module. This lecture was recorded live and the sound quality reflects this. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/1248 Tue, 25 Sep 2012 09:55:06 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/1248