MyPlayer - Anglia Ruskin University https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/ MyPlayer - Anglia Ruskin University en-us 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 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 Fine Art Research Unit - Gemma Marmalade Gemma Marmalade - Artist Talk 15 November 2017, 14:00 Gemma Marmalade is a British artist specialising in photography, video and performance. Her practice playfully negotiates notions of authenticity in history, science and politics. After graduating from her MA Photography at the London College of Communication (UAL) she has exhibited widely, including at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen; The Photographers’ Gallery, London; The Apulia Film Commission, Bari; and the State Museum of Gulag, Moscow. Gemma is currently undertaking doctoral research titled: [Con]Artist: A Study of Art as an Agent of Sophistry and the Artist as Contemporary Demagogue at the Cambridge School of Art. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8611 Thu, 16 Nov 2017 12:25:37 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8611 Fine Art Research Unit - Eliza Gluckman Eliza Gluckman - Visiting Artist 1 November 2017, 14:00 Cambridge campus Framed drawing hanging on wall Eliza Gluckman is Curator of the New Hall Art Collection at Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge, the largest collection of works by women in Europe and co-founder of A Woman's Place Project (Day and Gluckman). She has an MA in Fine Art (University of Edinburgh) and Curating Contemporary Art (Royal College of Art), working in diverse arts environments such as SPACE Studios and Asia House, over the past 18 years. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8546 Mon, 06 Nov 2017 09:42:36 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8546 ALSS: Student Notifications A brief introduction into Student notification settings https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8464 Wed, 18 Oct 2017 09:48:16 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/8464 Theorem 2017: Part 6 (Q&A's) All Q&A's merged together. Followed by closing discussions. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5962 Wed, 12 Jul 2017 09:33:14 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5962 Theorem 2017: Part 5 Maureen de Jager - Kingston University London Jayne Falconer - Derby University Dashamir Vaqari - Derby University https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5961 Wed, 12 Jul 2017 09:28:35 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5961 Theorem 2017: Part 4 Sarah Walker - Nottingham Trent University Richard Kearns (Video) - Anglia Ruskin & York Universities Jane Boyer - Anglia Ruskin University https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5960 Wed, 12 Jul 2017 09:24:09 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5960 Theorem 2017: Part 3 - Keynote (inc Q&A) Dr Chris Taylor - School of Fine Art, History of Art & Cultural Studies, Leeds University https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5959 Wed, 12 Jul 2017 09:18:54 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5959 Theorem 2017: Part 2 Bill Leslie - Kingston University London Kelcy Davenport - Anglia Ruskin University Pernille Frandsen - Independent Artist and Designer https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5958 Wed, 12 Jul 2017 09:15:10 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5958 Theorem 2017: Part 1 Lisa Shawgi - Nottingham Trent University Rachael Wickenden - Nottingham Trent University Lisa Kirkham - Anglia Ruskin University https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5957 Wed, 12 Jul 2017 09:10:10 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5957 Welcome to Theorising Children's Literature A welcome video for the Theorising Children's Literature module. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5934 Tue, 20 Jun 2017 18:14:04 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5934 FCL lecture 24th April foundations of criminal law revision lecture 1 https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5855 Thu, 27 Apr 2017 10:31:58 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5855 ARU19thC - Discussion on Thomas Hardy Kirsty Harris https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5475 Wed, 07 Dec 2016 09:24:21 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5475 Fine Art Research Unit - Jane Boyer Using replication, reiteration, mirroring and other repetitive methods, Jane Boyer sources her own artwork as archive material for new work. Jane will discuss her methods, research, and the challenges of curating her own work as an artist/curator. Jane Boyer is a Cambridge School of Art doctoral student, the PGR Student Coordinator, and an associate lecturer on the MA Fine Art and Printmaking. She also is an artist/curator who has been working in the UK since 2010. She is curatorial assistant at ARTHOUSE1 Gallery in London. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5474 Wed, 07 Dec 2016 09:18:51 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5474 BREXIT: WHAT DO WE KNOW NOW? On Thursday, 3rd November, 2016, as part of the Labour History Research Unit's 'New Political Landscape' lecture series, Gerard Lyons (Chief Economic Strategist at Netwealth Investments), Julian Huppert (former Liberal Democrat MP for Cambridge) and Craig Bennett (CEO of Friends of the Earth) comprised a panel of leading figures exploring the meanings of Brexit and what will likely happen to the UK in the coming years. The EU referendum and the decision of the UK to leave Europe is clearly one of the most momentous events in modern British history. It is already reshaping the political landscape in profound ways. The new Prime Minister Theresa May says ‘Brexit means Brexit’. But what does Brexit mean? Are we heading for Hard Brexit or Soft Brexit? https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5434 Fri, 25 Nov 2016 12:37:27 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5434 ALSS Welcome Back Party - October 2016 - https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5296 Tue, 18 Oct 2016 17:00:28 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5296 Sports Law Conference 2016 - The future of the 'legal autonomy' of sport - Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge - Part 3 The theme of the conference is ‘the legal autonomy of sport’, a concept long treasured by sports governing bodies, but which is perceived by some now to be a cloak for lack of democracy and fair process. Within this overall theme there are three strands reflecting the three conference sessions: contractual, political and legal autonomy. The word autonomy derives from the Greek words auto and nomos, and means ‘those who make their own law’. This raises obvious questions regarding legitimacy, more so in the light of 2015/16 being global sport’s annus horribilis, when sport was on the front pages for the wrong reasons, involving the continuing aftermath of corruption scandals relating to match-fixing and doping, a situation directly related it would seem to inadequate governance of several major international sports. At the same time disquiet has been voiced about whether the sports world’s system of private arbitration affords athletes fair recourse to their rights. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5250 Tue, 11 Oct 2016 15:51:07 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5250 Sports Law Conference 2016 - The future of the 'legal autonomy' of sport - Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge - Part 2 The theme of the conference is ‘the legal autonomy of sport’, a concept long treasured by sports governing bodies, but which is perceived by some now to be a cloak for lack of democracy and fair process. Within this overall theme there are three strands reflecting the three conference sessions: contractual, political and legal autonomy. The word autonomy derives from the Greek words auto and nomos, and means ‘those who make their own law’. This raises obvious questions regarding legitimacy, more so in the light of 2015/16 being global sport’s annus horribilis, when sport was on the front pages for the wrong reasons, involving the continuing aftermath of corruption scandals relating to match-fixing and doping, a situation directly related it would seem to inadequate governance of several major international sports. At the same time disquiet has been voiced about whether the sports world’s system of private arbitration affords athletes fair recourse to their rights. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5249 Tue, 11 Oct 2016 15:45:50 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5249 Sports Law Conference 2016 - The future of the 'legal autonomy' of sport - Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge - Part 1 The theme of the conference is ‘the legal autonomy of sport’, a concept long treasured by sports governing bodies, but which is perceived by some now to be a cloak for lack of democracy and fair process. Within this overall theme there are three strands reflecting the three conference sessions: contractual, political and legal autonomy. The word autonomy derives from the Greek words auto and nomos, and means ‘those who make their own law’. This raises obvious questions regarding legitimacy, more so in the light of 2015/16 being global sport’s annus horribilis, when sport was on the front pages for the wrong reasons, involving the continuing aftermath of corruption scandals relating to match-fixing and doping, a situation directly related it would seem to inadequate governance of several major international sports. At the same time disquiet has been voiced about whether the sports world’s system of private arbitration affords athletes fair recourse to their rights. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5248 Tue, 11 Oct 2016 15:22:03 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5248 Dashboard - Colleen Moore The Dashboard https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5026 Mon, 22 Aug 2016 12:04:28 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/5026 Doctor Sarah Parker - When the Muse Looks Back: Picturing the Poetess Doctor Sarah Parker When the Muse Looks Back: Picturing the Poetess Guest Speaker 21st June 2016 https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/4860 Thu, 07 Jul 2016 16:40:45 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/4860 Anglia Law School Guest Lecture - Brexit and the implications of the In/Out Referendum A joint “Lecture on Brexit and the implications of the In/Out Referendum”, held on Tuesday, 12 April 2016. The panellists are: Prof Christopher Grey (Chair of Organisational Studies at School of Management, Royal Holloway University of London), Dr Adrian Pabst (Senior Lecturer in Politics, School of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent) and Mr Roger Casale (Director of New Europeans and, from 1997-2005, Member of Parliament for Wimbledon). It is chaired by Ms Helga Hejny (Lecturer, ALS, ARU). https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/4788 Mon, 09 May 2016 12:40:38 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/4788 Professor Carolyn Oulton - 'Victorian humour at the seaside’ 4pm in Helmore 114. Professor Carolyn Oulton (Canterbury Christ Church) 'Victorian humour at the seaside’. The details are here: https://nineteenthcenturystudiesanglia.wordpress.com/2016/02/24/professor-carolyn-oulton-trudging-the-beach-looking-for-cockneys-victorian-humour-at-the-seaside/. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/4768 Wed, 27 Apr 2016 09:33:41 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/4768 The Labour Party Under Ed Miliband and the Elusive “Social Democratic Moment” - Eunice Goes On Wednesday, 6th April, 2016, as part of the Labour History Research Unit's 'New Political Landscape' lecture series, Eunice Goes of Richmond University presented a talk entitled ‘The Labour Party Under Ed Miliband and the Elusive “Social Democratic Moment”'. Here follows the recording of the main talk. https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/4752 Fri, 15 Apr 2016 10:18:26 GMT https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/4752 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