All lectures take place between 1pm and 2pm on the dates given below in LTC-A on Hope Park Campus at Liverpool Hope University. No reservation is needed and everyone is welcomed to attend. Details of how to find Hope Park can be found here.
Interdisciplinary CEPA Lecture Series 2016-17
01/11/2016 Problematising the Notion of the Student as Customer (Richard Budd)
08/11/2016 The problem of freedom in a dream on equal society (Piotr Zamojski)
15/11/2016 Character and resilience in recent education policy discourse (Konstanze Spohrer)
22/11/2016 Social inequality, cultural politics and the fate of the public school (Joseph Maslen)
29/11/2016 Faith Schools reinforce the religious factions in our society (Cathal O’Siochru and Prof Luca Balugani)
06/12/2016 Influence of metrics in Higher Education: Policy and Practice (Catherine O’Connell)
10/01/2017 The role of learning in contemporary European policy: a governmentality perspective (Naomi Hodgson)
17/01/2017 Excellence and Exclusion in Higher Education (Namrata Rao)
24/01/2017 Why the language of learning threatens the true goals of education (Joris Vlieghe)
14/02/2017 Separate but equal? The philosophy of women’s education from the 1660s to the 1960s. (Rosie Germain).
21/02/2017 Higher Education: public or private good? (Prof Bernard Longden)
28/02/2017 For Citizenship, Society, or Empire? Elementary Education from 1870 (Jody Crutchley)
21/03/2017 From radicals to partners: Policies and the changing role of students in contemporary Higher Education (George Mindano, University of Kent)
28/03/2017 University students and society since 1750: a relationship of harmony or discord? (Rosie Germain)
25/04/2017 Recognising and troubling microaggressions in higher education (Remi Salisbury, University of Leeds)
02/05/2017 The teaching of social history in British schools in the twentieth century (Laura Carter, KCL)
If you would like any further information about this interdisciplinary lecture series, please get in touch with the convenor, Dr Frank Su: email@example.com
CEPA also organises a Seminar Series.