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The Public Intellectual: Simon Dawes

By Simon Dawes, Truthout Public Intellectual | Public Intellectual

Simon Dawes

The "Public University" as Response to Funding Cuts to UK's Higher Education
Tuesday 22 November 2011
by: Simon Dawes, Truthout | News Analysis

Simon Dawes

Simon Dawes works as an editorial assistant for the journals Theory, Culture & Society and Body & Society and has taught at Derby University, the University of Leicester and Nottingham Trent University in the UK. He is currently researching theories of privacy and the public sphere in the contexts of broadcasting and press regulation.


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The Public Intellectual: Simon Dawes

By Simon Dawes, Truthout Public Intellectual | Public Intellectual

Simon Dawes

The "Public University" as Response to Funding Cuts to UK's Higher Education
Tuesday 22 November 2011
by: Simon Dawes, Truthout | News Analysis

Simon Dawes

Simon Dawes works as an editorial assistant for the journals Theory, Culture & Society and Body & Society and has taught at Derby University, the University of Leicester and Nottingham Trent University in the UK. He is currently researching theories of privacy and the public sphere in the contexts of broadcasting and press regulation.


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