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They call us maids: the domestic workers' story

They Call Us Maids: The Domestic Workers’ Story is a new animated film commissioned by Pavilion and produced by Leeds Animation Workshop, in collaboration with Justice for Domestic Workers. 218 more words

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Is there anything wrong with violence in video games?

The Open University Branch of the Royal Institute of Philosophy Cambridge, 14 October 2015:
Is there anything wrong with violence in video games?‘ … 43 more words

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Prof Gill Perry on the airwaves

As this year’s shortlist for the Turner Prize was announced, Prof Gill Perry (Art History) was interviewed by a variety of local radio stations. This year’s list has been described as a list that displays ‘art with a conscience’ with work that has a political or social message. 45 more words

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40 Years On: The Domain of Design History – Looking Back Looking Forward

22nd May 2015, The Open University, Milton Keynes

2015 marks forty years since The Open University launched its pioneering course History of architecture and design 1890-1939… 263 more words

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Whose Mediterranean is it anyway?

48th Spring Byzantine Symposium

Whose Mediterranean is it anyway? Cross-cultural interaction between Byzantium and the West 1204-1669
With public lectures, a feast, main programme and a short communications papers programme… 272 more words

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Research Seminar: Adivasis (original dwellers), animists or...? Hindu nationalists and the counting of Hindus

Adivasis (original dwellers), animists or…? Hindu nationalists and the counting of Hindus

Gwilym Beckerlegge, Professor of Modern Religions. He has a particular interest in the religions of South Asia and Japan from the nineteenth century to the present. 320 more words

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Religion, Security and Global Uncertainties

Religion, Security and Global Uncertainties
1.00pm – 4.00pm – 15th January 2015 – The Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes, MK7 6AA

With Professor Adam Dinham (Goldsmiths, University of London), Professor Marie Gillespie (Department of Sociology, The Open University) and Professor John Wolffe (Department of Religious Studies, The Open University). 238 more words

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