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Thinking Aloud

Thinking Aloud is a series of debates by Warwick historians on issues of current interest. The series consists of debates among leading scholars in their field giving insights into new research on topical items. These debates will be released as downloadable podcasts. The podcasts will be supported by web resources giving further information.

Parliament in Crisis

10:29 Fri 22 Oct 2010

Professor Mark Knights chairs a podcast discussion on Parliament in Crisis, 1832 and 2009 with Dr Joe Hardwick and Dr Sarah Richardson.

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History, Political Science

The CAPITAL Centre and Open-space Learning

12:05 Thu 03 Jun 2010

Pete Kirwan interviews Nick Monk, Jonathan Heron and Oliver Turner about the origins and practices of Open-space Learning.

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Teaching & Education, Theater

Colin Crouch - Do We Live in a Post-Democratic Age?

14:35 Mon 26 Apr 2010

Professor Colin Crouch is a Governance and Public Management Fellow at Warwick Business School. In this podcast Professor Crouch talks about his thesis of post-democracy.

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Parliamentary Crisis: 1832 and 2009

09:41 Thu 04 Jun 2009

In the current Parliamentary crisis commentators are invoking the historical context and calling for a new 'Great Reform Act' to clean up politics. But what was Parliament like before 1832? Is the discussion on the behaviour of MPs unprecedented?

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History