Public Culture Podcasts
By Griffith University
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Podcasts from the Centre for Public Culture and Ideas. The Centre for Public Culture and Ideas is an interdisciplinary research centre. With members across humanities, creative arts and life sciences its central brief is to encourage greater collaboration between these areas, while articulating with contemporary debates in public culture and ideas.
||CleanPopular music in Australian community contexts||Dr Brydie Leigh Bartleet speaks about her recent experiences of popular music in Australian community contexts. It is part of the Centre for Public Culture and Ideas Popular Music Seminar Series.||4/10/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAgeing Well||Professor George Vaillant argues that successful ageing is not an oxymoron. Based on the longest continuous study of physical and mental health, he has uncovered predictors that individuals can use to determine how well they will age.||4/10/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPerforming on the Margins||Reflections on a collaborative research project between an Indigenous Australian performer and a music researcher" by Katelyn Barney and Lexine Solomon. It is part of the Centre for Public Culture and Ideas Cultures of Popular Music Seminar Series.||4/10/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanGrowing old disgracefully? Popular music and the ageing fan||Professor Andy Bennett draws on his recent ethnographic work with music fans now in their forties and fifties to both readdress the dominant focus on youth and explode stereotypes of ageing music fans as nostalgists.||4/10/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSenator Andrew Bartlett at Humane Education||Senator Andrew Bartlett (Australian Democrats) speaks at the recent conference Humane Education: A compassionate ethic for animals.||4/10/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe New Status of Note-taking in early modern Europe||Professor Ann Blair's (Henry Charles Lea Professor of History at Harvard University) public lecture, State Library of Queensland, Thursday 17 July, 6pm.||4/10/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanLaunch of the Creative For Life project||Creative For Life is a Griffith University initiative that brings the Creative Arts, Humanities and Life Sciences together to promote creativity and healthy living across cultures and ages in Australian Communities||4/5/2011||Free||View in iTunes|