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45 Publications


  • Twelve Angry Men on Television and Film

    This article considers the relationship between ‘remediation’ and ‘transmediality’ through a comparison of the television and first film versions of Reginald Rose’s play Twelve Angry Men. It suggests that rather than trying to describe the process of transmuting one text from one medium into another, we should concentrate instead on process – those social, industrial and cultural forces that influenced the way in which a source-text was worked upon in collaborative media such as film and tele...

    Beyond Public and Private: A Framework for Co-operative Higher Education

    Universities in the UK are increasingly adopting corporate governance structures, a consumerist model of teaching and learning, and have the most expensive tuition fees in the world (McGettigan, 2013; OECD, 2015). This article discusses collaborative research that aimed to develop and define a conceptual framework of knowledge production grounded in co-operative values and principles. The main findings are outlined relating to the key themes of our research: knowledge, democracy, bureaucracy,...

    Waste and ‘Everyday Environmentalism’ in Modern Britain

    Following recent work by social historians and geographers on the concept of ‘everyday life’, I argue that current historical uses of the term are problematic, at least for environmental historians, in that they lack a sufficiently disciplined or coherent conceptual basis. Henri Lefebvre’s approach to everyday life offers one productive way of rethinking the significance of the environment for social history. Through an empirical study of the politics of urban waste disposal in 20th-century B...

    Towards a University of the Common: Reimagining the University in Order to Abolish It with the Really Open University

    The autumn of 2010, in the UK, was characterised by a series of protests against the proposed tripling of university tuition fees and the removal of the Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA). These protests were set within a broader international background of contestation around universities and higher education reforms. This article focuses on the activities of a group, which emerged within this context, called the Really Open University (ROU), and its efforts to engender a reimagining of t...

    Non amabam Litteras Graecas. Note sulla Testimonianza di Sant’Agostino come Discente del Greco Antico Rivisitata alla Luce della Second Language Acquisition

    In his 'Confessions', Saint Augustine provides a remarkable account of his experience as a learner of ancient Greek. After an outline of Saint Augustine’s testimony in the context of the history of education, Saint Augustine’s statements will be investigated according to the Second Language Acquisition theory of the applied linguist Stephen D. Krashen. Nelle 'Confessioni', sant’Agostino fornisce un celebre resoconto della sua esperienza di apprendente del greco antico. Dopo aver tratteggiato ...
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