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704 audio and video podcasts found.

On Shaky Ground - earthquakes and their consequences

Video 403.08MB
Audio 120.41MB

Thursday, 30 June 2011

Public forum held 31 May, 2011. Rev Dr Peter Carrell (Director of Education, Theology House, Diocese of Christchurch), Karen Clements (Area Manager, Red Cross Otago), Dr Andrew Gorman (Department of Geology, University of Otago), Sarah Hexamer (Co-ordinator, Neighbourhood Support Otago), Dr Caroline Orchiston (School of Business, University of Otago), Sue Russell (Executive Officer, Council of Social Services, Dunedin)

Abbey College Prestige Lecture 2011: Peter Stupples

Video 259.67MB
Audio 67.84MB

Thursday, 16 June 2011

Peter Stupples, Senior Lecturer, Dunedin School of Art. Abbey College is celebrating its first three years as the University's residential college for postgraduate students.

Future of Fairness 2011: What's fairness got to do with it? Assessing gene doping in sports

Video 81.22MB
Audio 34.56MB

Tuesday, 3 May 2011

Professor Ronald Green, the Eunice and Julian Cohen Professor for the Study of Ethics and Human Values, Dartmouth College presents at the 2011 Future of Fairness Symposium. Whether in the sporting arena, the genetics lab or the exam hall, new technologies present new challenges for ideas of 'fairness' and justice. The Future of Fairness speakers will consider the complex and intriguing relationship between technological advances and ideas of fairness. March 22/23, 2011.

Future of Fairness 2011: Pushing drugs & modifying genes - bioethics in sports medicine

Video 73.13MB
Audio 38.89MB

Tuesday, 3 May 2011

Associate Professor David Gerrard OBE, CNZM, Dunedin School of Medicine, University of Otago presents at the 2011 Future of Fairness Symposium. Whether in the sporting arena, the genetics lab or the exam hall, new technologies present new challenges for ideas of 'fairness' and justice. The Future of Fairness speakers will consider the complex and intriguing relationship between technological advances and ideas of fairness. March 22/23, 2011.

Future of Fairness 2011: Life isn't fair, but should it be?

Video 60.40MB
Audio 31.85MB

Tuesday, 3 May 2011

Associate Professor Andy Miah, Director of Creative Futures Research Centre, Faculty of Business and Creative industries, University of the West of Scotland presents at the 2011 Future of Fairness Symposium. Whether in the sporting arena, the genetics lab or the exam hall, new technologies present new challenges for ideas of 'fairness' and justice. The Future of Fairness speakers will consider the complex and intriguing relationship between technological advances and ideas of fairness. March 22/23, 2011.

Faculty of Law: Emeritus Professor Ben Boer - Climate Change, Biodiversity and Protected Areas: The Need for an Integrated Approach

Video 122.72MB
Audio 54.45MB

Tuesday, 19 April 2011

The New Zealand Law Foundation and the University of Otago Faculty of Law present the New Zealand Law Foundation 2011 Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Emeritus Professor Ben Boer. Professor Boer is Emeritus Professor in Environmental Law at the University of Sydney. Here he delivers a public lecture on the topic of "Climate Change, Biodiversity and Protected Areas: The need for an integrated approach". 19 April 2011.

Wikileaks: Guardian of the Public Interest or Hotbed of Anarchy?

Video 141.44MB
Audio 40.94MB

Monday, 18 April 2011

The Faculty of Law and the New Zealand Law Foundation Centre for Law and Policy in Emerging Technologies hosted a panel discussion chaired by Colin Gavaghan, Director of the New Zealand Law Foundation Centre for Law and Policy in Emerging Technologies. In this public lecture Mr Jeffrey Matsuura, Fullbright Senior Scholar and Counsel, Alliance Law Group Washington DC, and Andy Miah, Professor of Ethics and Emerging Technologies from the University of West Scotland, offer their expert perspectives on this vexed and engaging question. March 24, 2011.

New Directions in Jazz

Video 268.73MB
Audio 68.36MB

Friday, 15 April 2011

Dr. Dan Bendrups and Dr. Robert Burns, Department of Music with the help of Dunedin band subject2change and Marimba player Pedro Carneiro show us some new directions in jazz.

NCPACS: From Parihaka to Nationhood

Video 75.37MB
Audio 30.19MB

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

He kai kora nui te riri - "War Consumes everything like a raging fire". Open lecture by Sir Paul Reeves, former Governor General and Archbishop of Aotearoa New Zealand, Chancellor of AUT University. Sir Paul Reeves' whakapapa is to Taranaki. His talk focuses on Te Whiti's non violent resistance at Parihaka and the subsequent imprisonment and deportation of the resisters to Dunedin. He reflects on what Parihaka and the New Zealand wars mean for New Zealanders' concept of nationhood in the 21st century. Given on March 17, 2011.

NCPACS: Breaking Cycles of Violence - Trauma, Resilience and Peacebuilding

Video 116.39MB
Audio 57.05MB

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Professor Vernon E. Jantzi, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, co-founder and former director of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University. Given on November 24, 2010.

Winter Lecture Series - 2010: Using 'god-talk' in a secular society - time for a new conversation on public issues?

Video 189.47MB
Audio 64.41MB

Tuesday, 29 March 2011

As a secular society in New Zealand, do we exclude religious voices from the ‘public square’? Professor Bradstock argues that a new type of public discourse is necessary as we seek solutions to the serious issues we face today. He highlights three of these issues – soaring prison numbers, the gap between rich and poor, and the threat to the environment. Given on September 16, 2010.

Turning 300: A Celebration of Samuel Johnson

Video 513.69MB
Audio 110.79MB

Monday, 7 March 2011

Dr. Paul Tankard, Department of English, University of Otago and Dr. Ken Smith, Department of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Bradford, present readings from Samuel Johnson. Given on September 10, 2009.

De Carle Lectures 2010: Melanesian Success and Survival - Surviving on root crops

 
Audio 72.05MB

Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Tim Bayliss-Smith, De Carle fellow 2010, University of Otago; Reader in Pacific Geography, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge and Fellow of St. John's College presents the 2010 De Carle lectures. Given on September 28, 2010.

De Carle Lectures 2010: Melanesian Success and Survival - Surviving endemic disease

 
Audio 62.69MB

Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Tim Bayliss-Smith, De Carle fellow 2010, University of Otago; Reader in Pacific Geography, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge and Fellow of St. John's College presents the 2010 De Carle lectures. Given on October 5, 2010.

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