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Bynum Tudor Annual Lectures at Kellogg College
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Oxford Centre for the Study of Corruption and Transparency
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1 The David Nicholls Memorial Lecture 2016, Regent’s Park College, Oxford, 10th October 2016 The David Nicholls Memorial Lecture - Deity and Domination: Winstanley, Blake, and David Nicholls - a contribution to the understanding of theology and secularity. Christopher Rowland 13 Sep 2017
2 TACOD Conference: The future of Open Data- Challenges and Opportunities IV Towards a European strategy to reduce Corruption through Open Data Lorenzo Segato 11 May 2015
3 TACOD Conference: The future of Open Data- Challenges and Opportunities III Towards a European strategy to reduce Corruption through Open Data Ben Worthy 11 May 2015
4 TACOD Conference: The future of Open Data- Challenges and Opportunities II Towards a European strategy to reduce Corruption through Open Data Richard Rose 11 May 2015
5 TACOD Conference: The future of Open Data- Challenges and Opportunities I Towards a European strategy to reduce Corruption through Open Data Hera Hussain 11 May 2015
6 TACOD Conference: Impact of Open Data in exposing corruption: Italy Findings Towards a European strategy to reduce Corruption through Open Data Ombretta Ingrasci 11 May 2015
7 TACOD Conference: Impact of Open Data in exposing corruption: UK Findings Towards a European strategy to reduce Corruption through Open Data Nick Maxwell 11 May 2015
8 TACOD Conference: Open Data as a Tool of Reducing Corruption- Austria Findings Towards a European strategy to reduce Corruption through Open Data Mathias Huter 11 May 2015
9 TACOD Conference: Open Data as a Tool of Reducing Corruption- Italy Findings Towards a European strategy to reduce Corruption through Open Data Giorgio Fraschini 11 May 2015
10 TACOD Conference: Open Data as a Tool of Reducing Corruption- UK Findings Towards a European strategy to reduce Corruption through Open Data Nikolaos Theodorakis 11 May 2015
11 TACOD Conference: Welcome and Introduction to Project Towards a European strategy to reduce Corruption through Open Data Liz David-Barrett 07 May 2015
12 Associationism, Pluralism and Postliberalism: the theopolitical legacy of David Nicholls and current British politics 2014 David Nicholls Memorial Lecture, given by Professor John Milbank, University of Nottingham John Milbank 05 Nov 2014
13 Deadly Devices and Dangerous Drugs, the Secrets Behind Medical Research A talk hosted by Kellogg College and the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at the University Museum of Natural History, as part of the University's Alumni Weekend. Carl Heneghan, Jeff Aronson, Deb Cohen, Ben Goldacre 03 Oct 2014
14 Creative Commons New Indicators of High-Level Corruption using Government Contracting Data: Examples from Eastern Europe Existing measures of corruption often suffer from bias and are too broad to guide policy or test theories. This paper proposes three new indirect indicators of high-level corruption in public procurement, using contract and organisation-level administrat Liz David-Barrett, Mihály Fazekas 28 Jun 2014
15 Creative Commons Shaming Nations? What works and why in the fight against money laundering and terrorism financing? The seminar examined the Financial Action Task Force's (FATF) compliance-inducing mechanisms based on an analysis of its naming and shaming practices. Carlota Minnella, Nick Maxwell, Elizabeth David-Barrett 10 Jun 2014
16 Creative Commons The Global Governance of International Migration: What Next? A panel discussion hosted by Kellogg College on Friday 29th November 2013. The panellists discuss the global governance of migration, migrant rights and development. Robin Cohen, Paul Collier, Ian Goldin, Cathryn Costello 17 Dec 2013
17 Creative Commons 'Is this what you call free'? The Caribbean after Slavery. Professor Gad Heuman, University of Warwick delivers the 2013 David Nicholls Memorial Trust Lecture. Gad Heuman 06 Nov 2013
18 Creative Commons Migration research at Oxford: Dr Evelyn Ersanilli In this podcast Farhan Samanani interviews MSc Migration Studies lecturer Dr Evelyn Ersanilli to find out more about her research, and the advantages of studying migration and working at the University of Oxford. Evelyn Ersanilli, Farhan Samanani 25 Jul 2013
19 Creative Commons A behavioural perspective of translating evidence to policy and practice Susan Michie, Professor of Health Psychology, UCL, gives a talk at Kellogg College for the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine. Susan Michie 16 Jul 2013
20 Creative Commons Social Sustainability in Transport - Cinderella Shall Go To the Ball. This lecture by Dr Karen Lucas conceptualises the social dimensions of the sustainability paradigm and offers a discussion of why it is so important to achieve socially sustainable mobility in our towns and cities. Karen Lucas 12 Jul 2013
21 Creative Commons Dr Carl Heneghan and John Balla discuss the evidence relating to diagnostics Dr Carl Heneghan and John Balla discuss the evidence relating to diagnostics. Carl Heneghan, John Balla 26 Jun 2013
22 Postcolonial futures: the Caribbean in dialogue Dr Kevon Rhiney, Commonwealth Fellow and lecturer (Department of Geography and Geology, University of the West Indies) considers contemporary social and economic development in Jamaica, in the light of environmental vulnerability and climate change. David Howard, Kevon Rhiney 12 Jun 2013
23 Learning and Work in Medieval England Did Medieval people go on learning through their adult life? If so, what kind of things did they learn about, who taught them, and how was it done? This lecture was delivered 23rd May 2013 as part of national Adult Learners' Week. Elizabeth Gemmill 29 May 2013
24 Creative Commons Decay The presentations focus on the importance of disappearance as much as appearance, presence as well as absence, and growth in the guise of degeneration, arguing from difference perspectives for the importance of malaise or corrosion as a subject of study. David Howard, Martin Neubert, Robert Vanderplank, Tara Stubbs 22 May 2013
25 Economics: which way now? Dr Martin Ruhs introduces the Department's expanding portfolio of economics courses, in the context of the on-going debate about where economics is headed, starting with the world economic downturn. Martin Ruhs 19 Dec 2012
26 Creative Commons Henry II and the Twelfth-Century World Dr Elizabeth Gemmill introduces the most remarkable monarch, Henry II, whose dominions stretched from the south west of France to the north of Britain. His achievements have lasted until our own times, but his reign was marred by tragedy too. Elizabeth Gemmill 19 Dec 2012
27 Creative Commons W.B. Yeats and the Ghost Club Dr Tara Stubbs uses exciting new research findings to discuss the close links between Yeats's attendances at the Ghost Club during the 1910s-1920s, his (sometimes amusing) spiritualist experiments, and his poetic works. Tara Stubbs 19 Dec 2012
28 Creative Commons Boulevards, Brushwork and Bugattis : Modern Art and Design in Paris In the nineteenth-century Paris was transformed into an alluring spectacle of cafés, department stores and exhibitions. Dr Claire O'Mahony looks at the inspiration of the modern city of light from Impressionist painters to the glamour of Art Deco. Claire O'Mahony 19 Dec 2012
29 Creative Commons From global credit-crunch to Eurocrisis and double-dip recession: whatever next? The 25 years up to the 2007-8 global credit crunch were ones of privatisation, deregulation, financialisation and, in the UK, demutualisation. Professor Jonathan Michie will discuss the causes and consequences of the global credit crunch. Jonathan Michie 19 Dec 2012
30 Goldilocks and the origin of animals - insights from the far north The Cambrian Explosion is one of the most spectacular episodes in Earth history, with the first traces of animals appearing in the fossil record at around 550 million years, and most modern major groups (phyla and classes) present by 510 Ma. Paul Smith 10 Dec 2012
31 Creative Commons Rethinking impact with social media Oxford-based researcher Nando Sigona started his blog "Postcards from..." in 2008. Since then his use of social media has expanded into Twitter and Podcasting to engage wider communities in his research on migration, asylum and minority issues. Nando Sigona 26 Nov 2012
32 Creative Commons Which technologies do Oxford University students use? Melissa Highton, University of Oxford, presents the findings of the DIGE Project which investigated the use of technology by students from Oxford. Melissa Highton 26 Nov 2012
33 'Lack of evidence' that popular sports products work Consumers could be wasting their money on sports drinks, protein shakes and high-end trainers, according to a new joint investigation by BBC Panorama and the British Medical Journal. Carl Heneghan 19 Oct 2012
34 Creative Commons Furnishings and Domestic Culture in early Modern England A seminar presentation on doctoral research, employing probate inventories for the Oxfordshire market town of Thame in the 17th century. Antony Buxton 15 Jun 2012
35 Creative Commons Unequal Mobility and its Social Consequences Dr Karen Lucas delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012. Karen Lucas 11 Apr 2012
36 Creative Commons John Milton Dr Anna Beer shares a few short extracts of Milton's poem Lycidas and discusses what they show about Milton's very special qualities as a writer. Anna Beer 15 Mar 2012
37 Creative Commons Learning and development in the public and private sectors: is there a difference? Lady Jay, Chairman of L'Oréal UK and Ireland, delivers the annual Bynum Tudor Lecture at Kellogg College. Sylvia Jay 23 Nov 2011
38 900 years of making a difference: the history of philanthropy at the University of Oxford Chris Day reflects on how generous philanthropic support from organisations and individuals has inspired the success of the University of Oxford. Chris Day 11 Oct 2011
39 'More than the Trip' and the role of transport in social exclusion and approaches to develop guidance for the implementation of accessibility planning as an integral part of local transport planning Dr Karen Lucas, Research Fellow in Transport, Accessibility and Social Exclusion at the TSU, delivers a keynote talk at the TDSA conference 'Micro transit: What? Where? Why?' conference, 18-19 August 2011, Brisbane, Australia. Karen Lucas 25 Aug 2011
40 Creative Commons Success of the Smelliest - Sexual attraction and pheromones Sexual attraction and pheromones? Dr. Tristram Wyatt talks about pheromones and evolution in a short talk about the "Success of the smelliest". Recorded as part of an ongoing series of short lectures. Tristram Wyatt 21 Mar 2011
41 Creative Commons Diagnostic Tests Dr Carl Heneghan delivers a talk for the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine. Carl Heneghan 24 Feb 2011
42 Letters from Vienna - Freud's correspondence with Pastor Oskar Pfister Sacred Psychoanalysis: the place of religion and spirituality in contemporary psychoanalysis. Delivered by Dr Alistair Ross. Alistair Ross 16 Feb 2011
43 Young People do a lot of things with technology - does that include learning? For many young people, being able to use ICTs for learning at home is essential for their educational success - or so, at any rate, the argument goes. Is this in fact turning out to be the case? Delivered by Dr Chris Davies. Chris Davies 16 Feb 2011
44 Closing Remarks Angus Hawkins closes the conference. Angus Hawkins 09 Feb 2011
45 Creative Commons Panel discussion: tackling corruption in the context of international development Second of two panel discussions at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Chaired by Tricia Feeney. Tricia Feeney, Phil Mason, Laurence Cockcroft, Christine Cheng 28 Jan 2011
46 Creative Commons Corporate responses to anti-bribery laws Elizabeth David-Barrett, Centre for Corporate Reputation, Saïd Business School, Oxford University, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Elizabeth David-Barrett 28 Jan 2011
47 Creative Commons Selling the peace? Problems of corruption in peace building Dominik Zaum, Reading University School of Politics and International Relations, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Dominik Zaum 28 Jan 2011
48 Creative Commons Weak governance, development and corruption Paul Collier, Oxford University Economics Department, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Paul Collier 28 Jan 2011
49 Creative Commons Panel discussion: judicial approaches to tackling corruption First of two panel discussions at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Chaired by Jeremy Carver, Transparency International. Jeremy Carver, Ian Trumper, Andrew Feinstein, Colin Nicholls 28 Jan 2011
50 Creative Commons Do civil settlements deter bribe-paying? Ian Trumper, FTI Forensic Accounting, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Ian Trumper 28 Jan 2011
51 Creative Commons Global corruption status report Chandrashekhar Krishnan, Transparency International UK, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Chandrashekhar Krishnan 28 Jan 2011
52 Creative Commons The Bribery Act (2010): implications for business Baron Falconer of Thoroton, Opposition Spokesperson for Justice, formerly Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Baron Falconer 28 Jan 2011
53 Creative Commons Welcome and opening remarks Introduction to the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, 13 January 2011, by Jonathan Michie, President of Kellogg College. Jonathan Michie 28 Jan 2011
54 Creative Commons Sustainable development and crime in the urban Caribbean David Howard (Lecturer in Sustainable Urban Development, University of Oxford) looks at larger concerns over social and spatial equity, conceptual approaches to sovereignty and the practical interpretation of sustainable forms of justice. David Howard 15 Dec 2010
55 Creative Commons Teaching Style: Is there such a thing and does it matter? A number of inventories have been developed for use by teachers in adult, continuing and higher education to promote and structure reflection on teaching. Delivered by Dr Adrian Stokes. Adrian Stokes 23 Nov 2010
56 Credit societies and the search for school fees in Uganda Presented at 'An Africanist's Legacy - A Workshop in Celebration of the Work of David Parkin' held at Oxford, 8-9 July 2010. Co-authored by Richard Vokes. David Mills 24 Aug 2010
57 Lessons from the truth and reconciliation process for 21st century challenges Archbishop Desmond Tutu delivers the 2010 Bynum Tudor lecture in which he draws from the experience of overcoming apartheid to point the way to justice and reconciliation in the Middle East. Desmond Tutu, Jonathan Michie, Chris Patten 04 Jun 2010
58 Lessons from the truth and reconciliation process for 21st century challenges Archbishop Desmond Tutu delivers the 2010 Bynum Tudor lecture in which he draws from the experience of overcoming apartheid to point the way to justice and reconciliation in the Middle East. Desmond Tutu, Jonathan Michie, Chris Patten 04 Jun 2010
59 Creative Commons Taming the Casino Banks In this podcast the experts discuss whether the 'casino' banks that are considered too big to fail are simply too big, and explain the arguments for and against splitting them up. Jonathan Michie, Martin Slater, Linda Yueh 15 Mar 2010
60 Creative Commons Bank bonuses, breakups and regulation In the first podcast of 2010, the experts discuss bank bonuses, proposed break-ups and tighter regulation of the banking and financial sectors. Linda Yueh, Jonathan Michie, Martin Slater 28 Jan 2010
61 Learning Differently, Teaching Inclusively Dr David Mills presents from an academic viewpoint on the University of Oxford's efforts to promote an inclusive environment for learning. David Mills 05 Jan 2010
62 BODcast: P.D. James in conversation with Colin Dexter (short) Special footage celebrating the launch of Talking about Detective Fiction by PD James, the latest Bodleian Library publication. PD James is donating all royalties from the hardback edition to the Bodleian and hopes it will encourage further philanthropy. P. D. James, Colin Dexter 30 Sep 2009
63 BODcast: P.D. James in conversation with Colin Dexter (long) Special footage celebrating the launch of Talking about Detective Fiction by PD James, the latest Bodleian Library publication. PD James is donating all royalties from the hardback edition to the Bodleian and hopes it will encourage further philanthropy. P. D. James, Colin Dexter 30 Sep 2009
64 The Early Universe and Alzheimer's Pedro discusses the Big Bang and the early Universe, and Jonathan details Oxford's groundbreaking research of the genetics of Alzheimer's. Marcus du Sautoy, Frances Ashcroft, John Wood, Pedro Ferreira 03 Sep 2009
65 Creative Commons Challenging Macroeconomics In part 6, our experts examine new models for monetary and fiscal policy, global financial markets and a world economy characterised by global imbalances. Linda Yueh, Jonathan Michie, Martin Slater 11 Aug 2009
66 We're the people we've been waiting for Lord Puttnam discusses how education and learning will develop over the next decade and beyond, given the pace of change driven by digital technologies. He reflects on the impact of the recession and climate change on how we equip learners for the future. David Puttnam 12 Jun 2009
67 We're the people we've been waiting for Lord Puttnam discusses how education and learning will develop over the next decade and beyond, given the pace of change driven by digital technologies. He reflects on the impact of the recession and climate change on how we equip learners for the future. David Puttnam 12 Jun 2009
68 Creative Commons UK Budget and Global Recovery Plans In Part 5, our experts examine the British economy in light of the recent Budget, and assess whether a global recovery may be on the horizon. Linda Yueh, Jonathan Michie, Martin Slater 04 Jun 2009
69 Pheromones and Diabetes In the third edition of Inside Oxford Science zoologist Dr Tristram Wyatt explores the science of pheromones and Professor Frances Ashcroft tells us about her role in basic research into diabetes. Marcus du Sautoy, Frances Ashcroft, John Wood, Pedro Ferreira 26 May 2009
70 Challenges and opportunities in a changing world Dr Kohn is a pharmacologist, entrepreneur and a musician. In his lecture he drew on his experience throughout his distinguished career, combining his love of music and his life as a baritone of professional standing with that of a medical scientist. Ralph Kohn 05 May 2009
71 Challenges and opportunities in a changing world Dr Kohn is a pharmacologist, entrepreneur and a musician. In his lecture he drew on his experience throughout his distinguished career, combining his love of music and his life as a baritone of professional standing with that of a medical scientist. Ralph Kohn 05 May 2009
72 Creative Commons G20: Solutions to Global Depression? In this fourth podcast Linda Yueh and Jonathan Michie discuss the G20 debates over co-ordinated fiscal expansion, global regulation, and the role of the IMF. Linda Yueh, Jonathan Michie 31 Mar 2009
73 Societies in Transition: The Neanderthal-Modern Human Transition Chris Stringer, Research Leader in the Paleontology department at the Natural History Museum, discusses skeletal, DNA and behavioural evidence that sheds light on the transition between neanderthals and modern humans. Chris Stringer 24 Mar 2009
74 Creative Commons Credit Crunch Live Economics students of St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford pose questions to a panel of experts about the credit crunch and global recession. Linda Yueh, Martin Slater, Outi Aarnio, John Knight 25 Feb 2009
75 Creative Commons Bank Bail-outs and Obama's Green New Deal In this second podcast, Linda Yueh and Jonathan Michie discuss President Obama's Green New Deal, banking bail-outs, quantitative easing and whether we can spend our way out of the economic crisis. Linda Yueh, Jonathan Michie 28 Jan 2009
76 Creative Commons Global Recession: How Did it Happen? Linda Yueh talks to Jonathan Michie about the credit crunch and looming global recession, the effect it has had on both banks and businesses, and how a Green New Deal may provide a solution to the crisis. Linda Yueh, Jonathan Michie 22 Dec 2008
77 Introduction to the software life-cycle Introductory lecture, given by Dr Raymond Flood, for the summer school part of the online diploma in computing. Raymond Flood 11 Sep 2008
78 If I were you, I wouldn't start from here: understanding Oxford through its past Local history lecture, by Chris Day, giving an overview of the history of the University of Oxford. Chris Day 01 Sep 2008