Linda Woodhead appears on ABC

Linda Woodhead appears on ABC

14 October 2016

Professor Linda Woodhead (PPR) discussed her new book ‘That was the Church that was’ on ABC’s Religion & Ethics Report

Tim Etchells group win International Ibsen award

Tim Etchells group win International Ibsen award

3 October 2016

Professor Tim Etchells group Forced Entertainment has won the International Ibsen award and he has been interviewed for The Guardian website.

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Why it’s hard to make global comparisons in higher education

Why it’s hard to make global comparisons in higher education

23 September 2016

Professor Paul Ashwin of Educational Research writes for THE on the challenges of making global comparisons of teaching and learning

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Save the elephant: what we can learn from failures of the war on drugs

Save the elephant: what we can learn from failures of the war on drugs

7 September 2016

Dr Gary Potter from the Law School talks about poaching and 'green criminology' in his article written for The Conversation.

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Should all victims of crime have the right to meet the perpetrator? Dr Ian Paylor writes in The Conversation

Should all victims of crime have the right to meet the perpetrator? Dr Ian Paylor writes in The Conversation

2 September 2016

Dr Ian Paylor writes in The Conversation on the pros and cons of what is called “restorative justice”. This is where the victims of crime have a chance to meet or communicate with offenders.

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Sally Bushell and Simon Bainbridge appear in the “Lakes and Moors: The Power of Northern Landscapes” on Radio 4

Sally Bushell and Simon Bainbridge appear in the “Lakes and Moors: The Power of Northern Landscapes” on Radio 4

26 August 2016

Sally was interviewed in Dove Cottage and the garden, talking about the power of landscape for Wordsworth as a child and as a poet. Simon was interviewed walking the hills and talking about Coleridge’s mountaineering exploits.

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