Skills in the age of over-qualification

    Caroline Lloyd and CROWE’s Jonathan Payne summarise their major international research project on skills in service work, recently published as a monograph by Oxford University Press   The service economy, in which most people earn their living, has … Continue reading

EARS2 – New Educational Tool for Schools

Name: Professor Leigh Landy Position: Director of Music, Technology & Innovation Centre Faculty: Art, Design & Humanities Research Topic: Electro Acoustic Resource Site (EARS2)  About Professor Leigh Landy Professor Leigh Landy is involved in an educational project that has a … Continue reading

Education in our Youth Justice System

Name: Ross Little Position: Lecturer in Criminology Faculty:Health and Life Sciences Research Topic: Participatory practice in our youth justice system About Ross Little Prior to joining De Montfort University in 2013 as a lecturer, Ross Little participated in a wide range … Continue reading

Education of Children in Care

Name: Dr Angela O’Sullivan Position: Head of Widening Participation Faculty: Health and Life Sciences Research Topic: Widening Participation About Dr O’Sullivan Dr O’Sullivan embarked onto a Science degree at the former Leicester Polytechnic. After successfully completing the degree went onto … Continue reading

Depictions of the American President: From the Heroic to the Downright Rotten…to Frank Underwood

by JAMES FENWICK To celebrate the launch of the third season of House of Cards, whereupon Frank Underwood has claimed the ultimate prize of the presidency, In Motion looks at depictions of the American president across cinema and television and considers if Underwood might just be the best there’s been. “Democracy is so overrated.”                         …

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Depictions of the American President: From the Heroic to the Downright Rotten…to Frank Underwood

by JAMES FENWICK To celebrate the launch of the third season of House of Cards, whereupon Frank Underwood has claimed the ultimate prize of the presidency, In Motion looks at depictions of the American president across cinema and television and considers if Underwood might just be the best there’s been. “Democracy is so overrated.”                         …

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