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A Fabulous Opportunity. Postgraduate study in English
Learn more about Postgraduate research opportunities in English, and the research culture at Southampton.

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A practice-led Music research project
George Holloway talks about his experience of a practice-led research project; of a Music programme in composition, that included an opportunity to study overseas at the National Taiwan University.

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Action against climate change
As part of the European research project ‘caught in the act of protest’, Politics students collect research data and distribute surveys at the London climate change march in December 2009. The students’ analysis forms part of wider research into protest movements.

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Action against higher tuition fees cuts
As part of the European research project ‘caught in the act of protest’, Social Sciences students collect data and conduct interviews with protesters at the first big demonstration against cuts to funding to Higher Education in November 2010. The students’ analysis forms part of wider research into protest movements.

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Anne Ballief on Clinical Governance
Anne Ballief discusses Clinical Governance. Introduced over a decade ago, Clinical Governance provides a framework through which NHS organisations are accountable for continually improving quality of services and safeguarding high standards of care.

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Beethoven, Bayreuth and the Origins of the Federal Republic of Germany
Sixty years ago, Beethoven's Ninth Symphony was played at the first Bayreuth Festival to be staged after the Second World War. Did it symbolise European unity or something darker? Professor Neil Gregor has been investigating its meaning as part of his research into post war Germany.

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Can adult bone stem cells transform hip operations?
Southampton clinicians talk about cutting edge research into stem cells; the screening of newborn babies hearing; and developments in finding the causes of asthma.

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Chris Fuller on the War on Terror
Dr Christopher Fuller, Lecturer in Modern American History, speaks to Rachel Herrmann about the September 11th attacks, the War on Terror, the rise of drone technology, and a different sort of history research

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Citizenship Day for local schools
PhD students Anjelica Finnegan and Emily Rainsford put on a Society and Community event for three local schools; debating issues of citizenship, and how the pupils would like to contribute to their local, national and international communities in the coming year.

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Computer Science innovation explores cultural heritage
Find out more about a prototype model developed within the postgraduate Web and Internet Science research group at Electronics and Computer Science. Salma Noor gives insight into her project, of her prototype model ‘Cheri’ that uses social web data of individual interests and preferences to make personalised cultural heritage recommendations.

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Crossing Boarders. East Asian cinema explored
Recorded in 2008, Film Studies research students present a symposium on East Asian cinema, the first of its kind; the symposium included a live video link with the University of Hong Kong.

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Discovering Portus
Find out how University of Southampton archaeologists discovered one of the most important locations in the Roman world.

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Dr Kieron O’Hara - Privacy and Web Science
Recorded in March 2010, Dr Kieron O’Hara presents a lecture on the challenges the web poses to privacy, and the ways in which the web is changing views on privacy.

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Dr Paul Scerri - Information Management in Large Teams
Recorded in July 2010, Dr Paul Scerri presents results to sharing information, based on outcomes from analysis and algorithm design, applicable to large teams working in complex environments.

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Dr Ted Nelson - Interwingularity: when ideas collide
Filmed seminar from 2007, and as part of his 70th Birthday celebration, Dr Ted Nelson reflects on his work “…hierarchical and sequential structures, especially popular since Gutenberg, are usually forced and artificial. Intertwingularity is not generally acknowledged - people keep pretending they can make things hierarchical, categorizable and sequential when they can't.”

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Dr Ted Nelson - Rethink and Arise!
Filmed seminar from 2008, Dr Ted Nelson presents ideas on alternative structures and new possibilities of hierarchy of data “...rather than hierarchy, I propose that the fundamental issue is representing cross-connection and interpenetration, as required by the cross-connection and interpenetration of human thought and human life. Note that hierarchy, if really needed, can be well represented by cross-connection but not vice versa”.

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Dr Ted Nelson - TransLiterature
Filmed seminar from 2009, Dr Ted Nelson presents ideas on hierarchy and electronic documents "…today's electronic documents were explicitly designed according to technical traditions and tekkie mindset. People, not computers, are forcing hierarchy on us, and perhaps other properties you may not want."

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Engineering Excellence
Airbus; Microsoft; Rolls Royce; BAE Systems and Formula 1, are just some of the global partners we are working with in the field of engineering.

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Episode 01: the Solent Marine Forum is held in Southampton
From the Management news series: academics attend an event to explore the future of the marine industry, and investigate how the NHS can become more efficient.

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Episode 02: social responsibility and emotional intelligence
From the Management news series: academics discuss business and corporate social responsibility, and investigate the motivations involved.

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Episode 03: applications to study management increase
From the Management news series: Marketing students work on a rebranding project; the new Marketing Analytics programme is launched; and applications to study Management increase.

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Episode 04: postgraduate students win awards in work based placements
From the Management news series: Postgraduate students discuss their winning projects; and the value of work based placements.

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Episode 05: how risk theory can be applied to Horse racing
From the Management news series: statistical methodologies of predicting winning horses; and students discuss a marketing project with a Southampton school

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Episode 07: Enterprise Week
From the Management news series: students and academics talk about social enterprise, and how the theory and practice of enterprise is applied.

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Episode 08: how web technology and marketing is benefitting small companies
From the Management news series: academics talk about how web technology and marketing is benefiting small companies; Visiting Fellow Gary Honey discuses reputational damage; and the contrasting management styles of France and the UK are explored.

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Episode 09: postgraduate research students talk about their experiences
From the Management news series: postgraduate research students talk about their learning experiences and offer advice on studying a Management research programme at Southampton.

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Episode 10: why forceful leaders rarely achieve successful change
From the Management news series: academics talk about why a leader-centric approach fails; the recycling of goods; and a PhD student discusses her placements working at the IMF in Washington, and at the Bank of England.

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Episode 11: the global credit crisis
From the Management news series: academics talk about how the credit crisis has affected our lives, and give their view on what the future holds for us.

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Episode 12: EPSRC funds Management Science projects
From the Management news series: academics talk about collaborative projects funded by the EPSRC, and cross-disciplinary research.

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Episode 13: how Management supports graduates in employability
From the Management news series: academics talk about how Management supports and encourages graduates to get good jobs, and the opportunities available to develop skills.

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Episode 14: launch of new Research Centre in Banking, Finance and Sustainable Development
From the Management news series: Professor Charles Goodhart launched the new Research Centre for Banking and Finance; and discusses the trigger of the economic crisis, described as a once in 50 year event.

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Episode 15: what can companies do to stay successful?
From the Management news series: Paul Fifield talks about what companies should do to stay successful during the economic downturn; and how can students learn more about running a business; and the role of non-executive Directors.

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Episode 16: Research from Management is judged to be of world class quality
From the Management news series: results from the latest RAE is judged to be of world class or internationally excellent quality; academics talk about what this means for Management students; and discuss how important is research in today’s business environment.

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Episode 17: the principles of responsible management
From the Management news series: in the light of the global downturn, academics discuss the principles of responsible management; and postgraduate Management student Dan Tu talks about being on the winning team that took the top prize in a regional enterprise competition.

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Episode 18: who are Generation Y, and why should managers learn more about them?
From the Management news series: academics talk about research into Generation Y, and the challenges this group face in relation to the economic downturn; and 16 participants from across Europe undertake professional development at Southampton.

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Episode 19: a Management project examines Entrepreneurship in the UK and India
From the Management news series: academics discuss how Entrepreneurship is created in the UK and India; and undergraduate students are challenged to promote a university club or society on a social network site, to test how useful these sites are, and which work best as a marketing tool.

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Episode 21: who was to blame for the economic crisis?
From the Management news series: Dr Rolfe Brauer of Deutsche Bank, gives his thoughts on who was to blame for the economic crisis; academics discuss reputational risk; and how innovative ideas may unlock business opportunities in the future.

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Episode 24: why businesses should talk to Management specialists
From the Management news series: practical help for small businesses; why businesses should talk to specialists about making the most of management sciences; and who is best at buying essential goods and services, private companies or the public sector?

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Episode 25: supply chain management in the Solent Marine region
From the Management news series: find out more about how supply chain specialists from Management joined with local business to map the network of buyers and suppliers in the South’s maritime industries.

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Episode 26: a noted economist Lord Skidelski gives his opinions on the future of the financial sector in the UK
From the Management news series: Lord Skidelski talks about how Politian’s should curb the power of banking and introduce competition; Accountancy and Finance students impress PricewaterhouseCoopers in a competition with an analysis of media companies; and new concepts of Social marketing.

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Episode 27: international aerospace company Boeing offer scholarships to Management students
From the Management news series: Boeing UK link with Southampton to offer scholarships and student placement opportunities; why an MBA is an ideal way to equip Doctors in delivering care within the NHS; and why entrepreneurs have trouble securing money from venture capitalists.

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Episode 28: the Royal National Lifeboat Institution and Southampton work together to reduce operational costs
From the Management news series: as part of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership, academics from Engineering and Management Sciences collaborate with the RNLI to relate technical expertise with commercial knowledge to reduce the operational costs of the RNLI’s fleet of lifeboats.

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Episode 29: improving the operational efficiency of railways in the UK
From the Management news series: academics win a grant to investigate the operational efficiency of the railways so more services can run on the network; and academics talk about how Risk Management can be improved to evaluate uncertainty in business.

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Episode 30: MBA students are welcomed to an international Summer School
From the Management news series: Southampton MBA students take part in an international summer school in Denmark for advanced management; student Qian Che talks about the employability skills she gained via the Graduate Passport scheme; and postgraduate students represent Management at the Institute of Risk Management Forum.

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Episode 31: why students from a leading business school in France are learning about Risk Management at Southampton
From the Management news series: academics from Southampton deliver a week long programme to French business students, and why Southampton academics are considered European specialists in Project Risk Management; and find out more about the new links and exchange opportunities underway with the Ecole de Management, Le Havre.

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Episode 32: the Economist magazine ranks the MBA programme among the top forty in Europe
From the Management news series: academic Helene Glasspool talks about the criteria of how the MBA programme was ranked among the top forty in Europe, out of 300 Business Schools; and an alternative view on quantitative easing.

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Episode 33: the Research Centre for Strategic Innovation investigates how new ideas and models develop in business
From the Management news series: academic Lorraine Warren talks about how innovation is influencing new ways of thinking about business models and strategies; and how the Management Evening Seminars series provide a networking opportunity with the outside business world.

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Exploring the power of our oceans
Understanding the geological processes that shape our world, and how we can use the power of the ocean to create renewable energy.

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From Shoreline to the Deep Ocean: Maritime Research
Exploring research activity and innovation across Maritime Archaeology; Archaeology; Oceanography; Engineering Sciences and Engineering Design Consultancy.

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Innovative Manufacturing in Photonics
Learn more about the EPSRC funded centre into Photonics research and advanced manufacturing.

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Kendrick Oliver on the Space Age
Kendrick Oliver, Professor of American History, speaks to Rachel Herrmann about the Space Age, evangelicals, and cosmology in modern America

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London May Day labour protest
As part of the European research project ‘caught in the act of protest’, Politics students collect data at the May Day Labour demonstration in May 2010; about the nature of the march, a full list of slogans, chants, speakers and details of organisations present.

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Maria Hayward on Tudor and Stuart Material Culture
Maria Hayward, Professor of Early Modern History, speaks to Rachel Herrmann about the clothing of Charles II and Henry VIII, how early modern males turn our ideas of accessorizing upside down, and about what sorts of material culture students can use in their own research and writing.

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Mark Stoyle on Cannibals, Witches, and the English Civil War
Mark Stoyle, Professor of Early Modern History, speaks to Rachel Herrmann about cannibals, witches, and the English Civil War

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Multidisciplinary research at Humanities. Contemporary German Jewish literature as a counter discourse
Find out more about the multidisciplinary research opportunities, and world renowned archive resources of the Parkes Institute and the learning culture at Humanities. Bettina Codrai gives insight into her research project, combining the subject areas of Jewish Studies, Languages and History that explores the wider question of contemporary German Jewish literature as a counter discourse and the link between identity and social change amongst the minority, and how this has impacted on German Jewish identity in the 21st Century.

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Part 0.1 Guide to ‘research skills for oral history’
This is a guide on how this material could be used for educational purposes.This collection considers some of the issues around the collection of oral history for research purposes and is based on interviews which were recorded with Spanish émigrés for a university research project into migration and exile. The collection contains interviews with the original researcher in which he talks about the pleasures and challenges of doing oral history research; the challenges of interviewing historically famous people; dealing with interviewees who prefer to remain anonymous, and issues around interviewing couples. Accompanying the videos are the original research interviews, ethnographic notes, transcripts and synopses which assisted the researchers in their work.

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Part 0.2 Interview guide to trace concept of return migration
This is a collection of interviews and other related research data which has been collected for a research project on migration by Dr Alicia Pozo-Gutierrez, in Modern Languages, within the Faculty of Humanities. You can hear the amazing stories of four Spanish emigres in raw interview footage, and read the accompanying ethnographic notes, transcript and English synopsis. There is also a guide to how this material could be used for reference, learning or language practice. The life stories of Angel Villar, Germinal Luis Fernandez, Corsino (Cole Kivlin) and Rocio Lopez Marquez are featured. All materials are licensed as open educational resources, so they can be downloaded and used for educational purposes. This collection of interviews is related to the iTunes collection ‘Research skills for oral history.’

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Part 1.1: Interview with María Luísa Lunar
Part 1 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘collecting oral history’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Maria Luisa Lunar, conducted by Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, on 3rd/4th July, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 36 minutes long. Also included are the synopsis in English and ethnographic notes made by the original researchers. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 1.2: Interview with María Luísa Lunar - Synopsis in English
Part 1 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘collecting oral history’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Maria Luisa Lunar, conducted by Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, on 3rd/4th July, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 36 minutes long. Also included are the synopsis in English and ethnographic notes made by the original researchers. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 1.3: Collecting oral history – Darren Paffey
Part 1 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘collecting oral history’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Maria Luisa Lunar, conducted by Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, on 3rd/4th July, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 36 minutes long. Also included are the synopsis in English and ethnographic notes made by the original researchers. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 1.4: Ethnographic notes made by original researcher Darren Paffey
Part 1 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘collecting oral history’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Maria Luisa Lunar, conducted by Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, on 3rd/4th July, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 36 minutes long. Also included are the synopsis in English and ethnographic notes made by the original researchers. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 1.5: Photo of María Luísa Lunar
Part 1 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘collecting oral history’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Maria Luisa Lunar, conducted by Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, on 3rd/4th July, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 36 minutes long. Also included are the synopsis in English and ethnographic notes made by the original researchers. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 2.1: Interviewing a married couple - Darren Paffey
Part 2 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing a married couple’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Carmelo Alonso and his wife, Fatima, conducted by Alicia Pozo-Gutierrez, of the University of Southampton, on 27th March, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 5 minutes long. Included is a transcription, synopsis in English and ethnographic notes made by the original researchers. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 2.2: Carmelo and Fatima Alonso Interview 1a
Part 2 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing a married couple’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Carmelo Alonso and his wife, Fatima, conducted by Alicia Pozo-Gutierrez, of the University of Southampton, on 27th March, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 5 minutes long. Included is a transcription, synopsis in English and ethnographic notes made by the original researchers. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 2.3: Carmelo and Fatima Alonso Interview 1b
Part 2 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing a married couple’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Carmelo Alonso and his wife, Fatima, conducted by Alicia Pozo-Gutierrez, of the University of Southampton, on 27th March, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 5 minutes long. Included is a transcription, synopsis in English and ethnographic notes made by the original researchers. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 2.4: Carmelo and Fatima Alonso Interview - Transcription in Spanish
Part 2 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing a married couple’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Carmelo Alonso and his wife, Fatima, conducted by Alicia Pozo-Gutierrez, of the University of Southampton, on 27th March, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 5 minutes long. Included is a transcription, synopsis in English and ethnographic notes made by the original researchers. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 2.5: Carmelo and Fatima Alonso Interview - Synopsis in English 1a
Part 2 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing a married couple’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Carmelo Alonso and his wife, Fatima, conducted by Alicia Pozo-Gutierrez, of the University of Southampton, on 27th March, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 5 minutes long. Included is a transcription, synopsis in English and ethnographic notes made by the original researchers. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 2.6: Carmelo and Fatima Alonso Interview - Synopsis in English 1b
Part 2 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing a married couple’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Carmelo Alonso and his wife, Fatima, conducted by Alicia Pozo-Gutierrez, of the University of Southampton, on 27th March, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 5 minutes long. Included is a transcription, synopsis in English and ethnographic notes made by the original researchers. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 2.7: Ethnographic notes made by original researcher Alicia Pozo-Gutierrez
Part 2 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing a married couple’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Carmelo Alonso and his wife, Fatima, conducted by Alicia Pozo-Gutierrez, of the University of Southampton, on 27th March, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 5 minutes long. Included is a transcription, synopsis in English and ethnographic notes made by the original researchers. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 3.1: Interviewing anonymous people - Darren Paffey
Part 3 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing anonymous people’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with an anonymous person, conducted by Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, on 27th March, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 5 minutes long. Also are included ethnographic notes made by the original researcher. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 3.2: Anonymous people interview
Part 3 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing anonymous people’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with an anonymous person, conducted by Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, on 27th March, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 5 minutes long. Also are included ethnographic notes made by the original researcher. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 3.3: Ethnographic notes made by original researcher Darren Paffey
Part 3 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing anonymous people’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with an anonymous person, conducted by Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, on 27th March, 2008. It is in Spanish and is 2 hours 5 minutes long. Also are included ethnographic notes made by the original researcher. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 4.1: Interviewing historically important people - Darren Paffey
Part 4 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing historically important people’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Manuel Simon Velasco, conducted by Alicia Pozo Gutierrez and Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, on 7th/8th July, 2008. It is in Spanish and is in two recordings of 1 hour and 50 minutes, and 1 hour 36 mins. Also included is a transcript and synopsis in English. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 4.2: Manuel Simon Velasco Interview 1a
Part 4 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing historically important people’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Manuel Simon Velasco, conducted by Alicia Pozo Gutierrez and Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, on 7th/8th July, 2008. It is in Spanish and is in two recordings of 1 hour and 50 minutes, and 1 hour 36 mins. Also included is a transcript and synopsis in English. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 4.3: Manuel Simon Velasco Interview 1b
Part 4 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing historically important people’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Manuel Simon Velasco, conducted by Alicia Pozo Gutierrez and Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, on 7th/8th July, 2008. It is in Spanish and is in two recordings of 1 hour and 50 minutes, and 1 hour 36 mins. Also included is a transcript and synopsis in English. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 4.4: Manuel Simon Velasco Interview - Transcription in Spanish 1a
Part 4 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing historically important people’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Manuel Simon Velasco, conducted by Alicia Pozo Gutierrez and Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, on 7th/8th July, 2008. It is in Spanish and is in two recordings of 1 hour and 50 minutes, and 1 hour 36 mins. Also included is a transcript and synopsis in English. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 4.5: Manuel Simon Velasco Interview - Transcription in Spanish 1b
Part 4 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing historically important people’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Manuel Simon Velasco, conducted by Alicia Pozo Gutierrez and Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, on 7th/8th July, 2008. It is in Spanish and is in two recordings of 1 hour and 50 minutes, and 1 hour 36 mins. Also included is a transcript and synopsis in English. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Part 4.6: Manuel Simon Velasco Interview - Synopsis in English
Part 4 of ‘Research skills for oral history’ includes an interview with Darren Paffey talking about ‘Interviewing historically important people’. It also includes the raw, unedited footage of an interview with Manuel Simon Velasco, conducted by Alicia Pozo Gutierrez and Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, on 7th/8th July, 2008. It is in Spanish and is in two recordings of 1 hour and 50 minutes, and 1 hour 36 mins. Also included is a transcript and synopsis in English. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/. This means that you may download and adapt the work for non-commercial purposes but you must credit the original author. All use and versions of this material should be attributed. Please cite this work as: OpenLIVES project (2012). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC

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Piecing together the development of the Portus excavation
Learn more about the excavation of Portus, the Imperial Port of Rome.

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Pioneering research at the University of Southampton
Take a closer look at some of the pioneering research being carried out at the University of Southampton.

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Pioneering the Fibre Laser
Discover how lasers can be applied to new challenges such as health care, diagnostics and treatment, increasing internet capacity and creating renewable energy sources.

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Pioneering treatments for cancer and Alzheimer's disease
Find out how University of Southampton researchers’ are working to control cancer and Alzheimer's disease.

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Professor Carl May on Clinical Research
Professor Carl May discusses the importance of research work in clinical health, and how this transforms the way in which health care is provided.

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Professor Luc Moreau - The Open Provenance Model: Towards Interoperability of Provenance Systems
Recorded in November 2009, Professor Luc Moreau presents a lecture on The Open Provenance vision; of an approach that consists of controlled vocabulary, serialization formats and APIs that allow provenance from individual systems to be expressed, connected in a coherent fashion, and queried seamlessly.

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Professor Neil White - The Sixth Sense: A Study of Film Sensorship
Recorded in February 2007, Professor Neil White presents an inaugural lecture as a retrospective on his research work; and introduces new research areas on developing self-powered sensors.

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Revealing Fine Art through Motion Capture Science
Find out more about a multidisciplinary Art and Science research project, and the world leading imaging technologies available at Southampton. Ben Jenkins gives insight into his Fine Art practice that seeks to explore how discoveries in neuroscience, revealed by Motion Capture, may help to understand and map audience behaviour in response to art objects.

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Sexual Violence in Medieval Warfare
Professor Anne Curry talks about sexual violence in Medieval warfare; historic perspectives through the centuries and their lessons for today.

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TAG30 – Meeting of the Theoretical Archaeology Group
Recorded in December 2008, contributors to TAG30 are invited to give insight into the medieval history of Southampton.

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Telling Our Stories: In Conversation Episode 1
Dr Cheryl Metcalf from Health Sciences talks to Professor Graeme Earl from Archaeology, revealing some unexpected connections between their work.

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Telling Our Stories: In Conversation Episode 2
Dr Cheryl Metcalf from Health Sciences talks to Dr Richard Polfreman from Music, revealing some unexpected connections between their work.

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Telling Our Stories: In Conversation Episode 3
Professor Graeme Earle from Archaeology talks to Professor Roxana Carare from Medicine, revealing some unexpected connections between their work.

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Telling Our Stories: In Conversation Episode 4
Professor Roxana Carare from Medicine talks to Professor Neil Bressloff from Engineering, revealing some unexpected connections between their work.

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The Power of Data
Nigel Shadbolt and Sir Tim Berners-Lee have pioneered public access to an unprecedented range of UK Government information.

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The link between watercress and breast cancer
Southampton clinicians talk about cutting edge research into vitamin D; the link between watercress and breast cancer; and the latest research on the causes of Alzheimer’s disease.

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The vigil against hate crime in Trafalgar Square
As part of the European research project ‘caught in the act of protest', Social Sciences students collect data and conduct interviews with protesters to research the motivations behind protest. The analysis of the survey results reveals who takes part in protest and why.

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Thinking of studying MA Jewish History & Culture?
Student Alex Cunningham talks about her experience of studying a postgraduate Humanities programme at Southampton, who specialise in Jewish History.

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Thinking of studying MA Philosophy?
Student Kelsey Miller talks about her experience of studying on the Postgraduate taught Philosophy programme at Southampton.

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Thinking of studying a Postgraduate Research programme in Archaeology?
Gareth Beal talks about his research area of archaeological computer graphics and the representation of three dimensional visualisations, including painted statuary; and his reasons for choosing Southampton.

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Thinking of studying a Postgraduate Research programme in English?
Denise Greenfield talks about her reasons for returning to study as a mature student, and for choosing to study a research programme in English at Southampton.

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Thinking of studying a Postgraduate Research programme in Music?
George Holloway talks about his reasons for choosing to study a research programme in Music at Southampton.

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Unite against fascism
As part of the European research project ‘caught in the act of protest’, Social Sciences students collect research data and evidence during a demonstration held in London against the far right.

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Web Science innovation challenges online fraud
Find out more about an innovative prototype system developed as part of an MSc Web Technology project at Electronics and Computer Science. Sara Jeza Alotaibi gives insight into her prototype model, FingerID, developed to provide Internet users with a single and secure access point to online accounts using a biometric recognition system.

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Wonderful discoveries. The Portus Project revealed
Find out more about Portus, the Imperial Port of Rome. Discoveries have included statues and inscriptions of the ancient palace, and investigations have revealed aspects of the daily lives of the people who lived and worked there.

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Your life at the cutting edge
Southampton is renowned for its innovative teaching methods and experienced based learning. Find out more about life at Southampton as an undergraduate student, taught by academics who are world leaders in their fields.

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