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CTPI: Public Square - Public Broadcasting: Past, Present... No Future?

 
Audio 106.35MB

Friday, 3 August 2012

The Centre for Theology and Public Issues presents a panel discussion on the demise of a non-commercial free-to-air broadcasting service in NZ, what it means for an informed citizenry in a democracy, and what the future might hold. With guest panellists: David Beatson (former producer, TVNZ); Lorraine Isaacs (former chair, NZ On Air); Paul Norris (Head, NZ Broadcasting School, CPIT); Colin Peacock (Radio NZ National, formerly with the BBC World Service) and Dr Erika Pearson (Lecturer, Media, Film & Communication, University of Otago). 3 August 2012.

Thomas Burns Memorial Lectures 2012: Rev Dr Wiliam Willimon – The Future of Preaching

Video 208.42MB
Audio 69.99MB

Thursday, 2 August 2012

The Department of Theology and Religion presents lecture three of the 2012 Thomas Burns Memorial Lecture series. Given by the Reverend Dr William Willimon, Bishop of the United Methodist Church in Alabama, this presentation covers the topic “The Future of Preaching”. 2 August 2012.

CTPI: The Unexamined Society? Reflections on Doing Public Theology in New Zealand

Video 308.55MB
Audio 50.33MB

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Professor Andrew Bradstock, Howard Paterson Chair of Theology and Public Issues and Director of the Centre for Theology and Public Issues, presents an open lecture on the topic of “The Unexamined Society? Reflections on Doing Public Theology in New Zealand.” 18 July 2012.

Thomas Burns Memorial Lectures 2012: Rev Dr Wiliam Willimon – The Politics of the Church

Video 431.69MB
Audio 70.18MB

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

The Department of Theology and Religion presents lecture two of the 2012 Thomas Burns Memorial Lecture series. Given by the Reverend Dr William Willimon, Bishop of the United Methodist Church in Alabama, this presentation covers the topic “The Politics of the Church”. 1 August 2012.

IPL: Professor Hugh Campbell – Food: Old Ruptures and New Politics

Video 382.17MB
Audio 63.66MB

Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Professor Hugh Campbell of the Department of Sociology, Gender and Social Work presents his Inaugural Professorial Lecture on the topic of “Food: Old Ruptures and New Politics”. 10 July 2012.

CTPI: Public Square: A Public Conversation with Rev Peter Beck

Video 262.85MB
Audio 65.19MB

Thursday, 26 July 2012

A Public Conversation with Rev Peter Beck - Christchurch City Councillor and former Dean of Christ Church Cathedral. In the aftermath of the city's quakes, Peter Beck was seen by many as the 'public face' of Christchurch. In 2011 he resigned as Dean and stood - successfully - for the city council. Professor Andrew Bradstock, Director of the Centre for Theology and Public Issues, talks with Peter about the events of the past 18 months, his transition from Dean to councillor, Christchurch's present and future, and more. 16 May 2012.

2012 Māori and Pacific Islands Legal Issues Week – Sir Tipene O’Regan

 
Audio 91.07MB

Wednesday, 25 July 2012

When this podcast was recorded, Sir Tipene was the co-Chair of the Constitutional Advisory Panel and charged with a particular responsibility for considering the place of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in a very differently configured future for Aotearoa / New Zealand. In that future, Māori and Pacifica peoples will be in very different proportions compared to others than they are currently. How do we want that future to be? What do we want the Treaty to be? He aha te moemoea? 25 July 2012.

De Carle Lectures 2012: Professor James Cox – Making Mwari Christian: The Case of the Shona of Zimbabwe

Video 384.99MB
Audio 69.78MB

Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Professor Emeritus James Cox of the University of Edinburgh presents his 2012 De Carle lecture on the topic of “Making Mwari Christian: The case of the Shona of Zimbabwe”. 16 May 2012.

2012 Māori and Pacific Islands Legal Issues Week – Judge Craig Coxhead

Video 98.62MB
Audio 55.74MB

Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Judge Craig Coxhead is a Māori Land Court Judge and works with the Waitangi Tribunal. He gives a presentation at the 2012 Māori and Pacific Islands Legal Issues Week on the topic of “Looking to the Future: Māori Legal Issues”. 24 July 2012.

2012 Māori and Pacific Islands Legal Issues Week – Metiria Turei

Video 398.75MB
Audio 64.88MB

Monday, 23 July 2012

Metiria Turei, co-leader of the Green Party gives a presentation at the 2012 Māori and Pacific Islands Legal Issues Week. A former lawyer, she discusses current legal issues facing Māori and Pacific peoples in New Zealand today. 23 July 2012.

CSAFE and CTPI: Public Square – Climate Change: Just Sit Back and Enjoy the Grapes?

Video 492.75MB
Audio 80.24MB

Friday, 20 July 2012

National business commentator Rod Oram, climate change scientist Dr Jim Salinger and Chief Executive of the Methodist Mission, Laura Black, discuss major ethical issues surrounding the climate change debate. Hosted jointly by the Centre for Theology and Public Issues and the Centre for Sustainability: Agriculture, Food, Energy, Environment. 11 October 2011.

De Carle Lectures 2012: Professor James Cox - The ‘God’ Controversy in Pre-Christian Indigenous Religions

Video 229.26MB
Audio 74.60MB

Friday, 20 July 2012

Professor Emeritus James Cox of the University of Edinburgh presents his 2012 De Carle lecture on the topic of “The ‘God’ Controversy in Pre-Christian Indigenous Religions”. 2 May 2012.

De Carle Lectures 2012: Professor James Cox – Transforming the Rainbow Serpent into a Rainbow Spirit: How God Became Australian

Video 331.70MB
Audio 65.66MB

Friday, 20 July 2012

Professor Emeritus James Cox of the University of Edinburgh presents his 2012 De Carle lecture on the topic of “Transforming the Rainbow Serpent into a Rainbow Spirit: How God Became Australian”. 9 May 2012.

2011 Carl Smith Medal Lecture: Jacinta Ruru: Undefined and Unresolved: Maori Legal Rights to Water

Video 345.12MB
Audio 60.34MB

Monday, 16 July 2012

Jacinta Ruru of the Faculty of Law presents the 2011 Carl Smith Lecture on the topic “Undefined and Unresolved: Maori Legal Rights to Water”. 16 April 2011.

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