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OpenLIVES - Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World: Resources
This is a collection of learning resources that have been created or re-used for the teaching of the Final Year module "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World" SPPO3640 at the University of Leeds. It also includes interviews, documentaries and other materials produced by the students. The resources appear in chronological order of addition to this collection.

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OpenLIVES: Interviews and documentaries produced by University of Leeds students
These are the interviews and documentaries published by students at the University of Leeds as part of their work in the module SPPO3640 Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES). You can find other resources, such as class materials, presentations or academic references in other folders and resources in HumBox. There is another collection of interviews of emigres who left Spain between the 1930's to the 1960's published by the HumBox team: http://humbox.ac.uk/3790/

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Reform of French universities and la Loi Precresse (LRU) (2007-09)
The Pecresse law (11.08.2007) aims to give French universities a degree of autonomy and freedom (also known as ' loi LRU', i.e loi relative aux libertés et responsabilités des universités).Its introduction has generated a massive discontent and a high level of opposition among students and academics alike. As part of her undergraduate dissertation on 'Toulouse 2008: Ideology, Tactics and Organisation of Student Movements 40 years after May 68' (supervised by Dr Natalya Vince), Rosalind Parkin studied the reception of the Pecresse law in Toulouse, focussing on students' opposition to the law. A good level of French is necessary to understand the text of the law itself as well as the arguments developed by Association Générale des Etudiants de Toulouse or Democratie et Socialism, a think-tank on the left of the Socialist Party (PS). Undergraduate and PG students are most likely to benefit from such sources.

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Students Politics in Toulouse
Student politics in France is often dominated by a high degree - and high visibility- of political radicalism. If such radicalism is often the product of a well-organised minority on the extreme left of the political spectrum, it remains a central part of university life. As part of her undergraduate dissertation on 'Toulouse 2008: Ideology, Tactics and Organisation of Student Movements 40 years after May 68' (supervised by Dr Natalya Vince), Rosalind Parkin photographed a series of posters during her year abroad in Toulouse (2007-2008). Students' radicalism is not only aimed at president Sarkozy's reforms of higher education, but also expresses a commitment to feminism, anti-elitism, class-based politics, anti-fascism, and social solidarity. A good level of French is necessary to understand the posters and final year undergraduate and PG students are most likely to benefit from them.

Shared with the World by Mr Emmanuel Godin

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