A conference held at Warwick focussed on 'Challenging Orthodoxies: Developing Critical Governance Studies'. The event brought together academics from across the social sciences to better understand how ‘orthodoxy’ varies from discipline to discipline, as well as to analyse the process by which critical ideas infiltrate, and are absorbed into, the orthodoxy over time.
Crisis of Capitalism, Crisis of Governance, Re-reading Karl Polanyi in the 21st Century - Professor Nancy Fraser
09:10 Wed 08 Jun 2011
Prof Nancy Fraser, Henry A. and Louise Loeb Professor of Political and Social Science and Department Chair at the New School for Social Research in New York, delivers a key note speech at the University of Warwick's Critical Governance Conference 2010.
09:07 Wed 08 Jun 2011
Prof Colin Crouch, Governance & Public Management Fellow at Warwick Business School presents a talk about his forthcoming book The Strange Non-Death of Neoliberalism at The University of Warwick's Critical Governance Conference 2010.
09:05 Wed 08 Jun 2011
Closing plenary at the 2010 Critical Governance Conference at the University of Warwick. Chaired by Dr. Jonathan Davies, with panelists Professor Nancy Fraser, Professor David Imbroscio, Professor Martin Parker and Professor Helen Sullivan.Download