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Anne Karpf

Reader In Professional Writing and Cultural Inquiry

London Metropolitan University

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London Metropolitan University

Room AB1-26 Tower Building 166-220 Holloway Road

London, Greater London,N7 8DB

United Kingdom

Company Description

London Metropolitan University was created on 1 August 2002 by the merger of London Guildhall University (now London City campus) and the University of North London (now London North campus). The university employs 4,000 staff and has approximately 34, 000 stu... more

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Employment History

Teaching Masterclass On Life Writing

The Guardian


Affiliations

Institute of Development Studies

Professorial Fellow


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Anne Karpf was invited to discuss the week's events and news on the BBC World Service's Weekend programme.
Date: 8 March 2017 Anne Karpf, Reader in Professional Writing and Cultural Inquiry at The Cass, appeared on BBC World Service's Weekend programme on Saturday 4 March. Joined by journalist and author Sebastian Borger, Anne discussed and commented on the themes and ideas of the week's news, from the realms of politics, science, music and the arts. Amongst the topics covered in the programme, Anne gave her views on the rise of 'fake news', highlighting why young people should be taught what makes a news source reliable and commented on the Northern Ireland assembly election and the 'rebranding' of Sinn Féin. Anne said: "You need to be fully awake to do this programme - which I rarely am at 6.30am. But it's so stimulating to get to quiz BBC correspondents from around the world and also put your own point of view that the coffee and adrenaline carry you through." Anne also discussed the Radio Garden project, an online platform co-developed by London Met lecturer Dr Peter Lewis, which allows listeners to explore radio broadcasts from around the world. Anne is a writer, sociologist and award-winning journalist, who writes frequently on social, political and cultural issues for the Guardian and the Independent and is also a regular broadcaster on BBC Radio.


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Anne Karpf (London Metropolitan University)


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Anne Karpf from the University's Faculty of Social sciences and Humanities invited to discuss Paris Attacks on the Weekend programme
Date: 14 January 2014 London Metropolitan University's Anne Karpf appeared on BBC World Service's Weekend programme on Saturday 10 January to discuss and comment on themes and ideas of the week's news. Anne gave her views on the recent Paris attacks. She argued that much of the debate about free speech following the attacks was unhelpful and suggested that a more nuanced discussion of freedom of expression was needed. The course leader for the University's MA Journalism programme, Anne regularly writes regularly on a wide range of social, political and cultural issues. She is regular contributor to print and broadcast media, having written for the Guardian and the Independent. Last year, she received an award from the national Older People Media Awards for her writings on older people's issues.


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March 20, Anne Karpf (London Metropolitan University), 'Constructing and addressing "the Ordinary Devoted Mother": Winnicott's BBC broadcasts, 1943-62'


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Commenting on the winning book Anne Karpf, chair of the judging panel, said:
Former winners include Amos Oz, David Grossman, Zadie Smith, Imre Kertesz, Oliver Sacks, WG Sebald, Etgar Keret and Fred Wander.? ?This year?s judging panel was Robert Cassen, Joseph Finlay, Naomi Gryn and Anne Karpf. · Anne Karpf is a writer, sociologist and award-winning journalist who writes for The Guardian, broadcasts regularly on Radios 3 and 4, and teaches at London Metropolitan University. Her books include the family memoir The War After: Living with the Holocaust (recently republished by Faber Finds) and The Human Voice: The Story of a Remarkable Talent (Bloomsbury). She is co-editor of A Time to Speak Out: Independent Jewish Voices on Israel, Zionism and Jewish Identity (Verso).


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