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This inaugural lecture presents a challenge. As Giroux (2013) notes there is a need to invent modes of pedagogy that release the imagination, connect learning to social change and create social relations in which people assume responsibility for each other. Yet why do we find this so difficult in higher education?
Stella Jones-Devitt recounts some of her struggles and triumphs along the way in trying to make learning engaging for all, whatever the starting point. Within this lecture, she hopes there will be something useful for everyone, concerning her forays with donkey rides, origami frog-making, osmotic walls, zombies and more.
By Dr Peter Kevern
Faith-based communities are everywhere, and many of them have a reputation for doing ‘good works’. But what is the relationship between being religious and serving the community? At a time when COVID-19 is forcing us to rely more on each other, this lecture will look at research on the difference they may make.
By Dr Graham Williams
DNA profiling is an incredibly powerful criminal investigation tool, but it is capable of so much more. This presentation explores the research behind the use of DNA in criminal casework.
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