Creating Publics keynote lecture event with Rachel Pain
(University of Durham)
Impacting publics: striking a blow or walking together?
Tuesday, 19 February 2013, 14:00 – 16:00
Michael Young Building, Room 1&2, Ground Floor, The Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes, MK7 6AA
Outline: “The University is just one site where the idea of public good is under threat from marketisation and shallow audit rather than deep accountability. My starting point is alignment between Universities and a range of wider publics and organisations in the context of recession and austerity. Reflecting on different responses to the impact agenda, I suggest that the particular form of impact being measured is reproducing longer-standing power/knowledge hierarchies. I consider some alternative framings and practices of impact (with) publics.”
14:00 Welcome and introduction: Jef Huysmans and Nick Mahony (CCIG)
14:10 Keynote lecture: Professor Rachel Pain (University of Durham)
15:00 Response by Clive Barnett (CCIG)
15:15 Q & A and collective discussion
The event will be followed by a drinks reception.
The event will be webcast live and accessible here. Those viewing online will be able to post questions and comments, which will be relayed live to the event.
To register to attend in person, please go online on the CCIG website.
For more details about the Creating Publics project, please visit CCIG website.