CEPA Seminar Series 2016/17

 

19 October The Manifesto for Post-critical Pedagogy.  Co-sponsored by CEPA and PESGB.  Contributors:  Dr Naomi Hodgson, Dr Joris Vlieghe, Dr Piotr Zamojski, Professor Tyson Lewis University of North Texas) Dr Olga Ververi, Dr Daniel O’Neill, Dr Geert Thyssen (LJMU)

Details and the manifesto here: download-manifesto-for-a-postcritical-pedagogy

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23 November British Values ColloquiumExamining the theorising, mediating and enactment of citizenship policy in schools.

Contributors: Dr Phil Bamber, Andrea Bullivant, Dr Joseph Maslen, Asli Kandemir

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11 January Enhancing student engagement and identity through collaborative learning.  Contributors: Dr Cathal O’Siochru, Dr Namrata Rao, Dr Frank Su, Dr David Menendez-Alvarez (MMU) Eden 006

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22 February A meritocratic marketplace? Character, widening access and the concept of academic aspiration in UK education policy discourse.  Dr Joseph Maslen, Dr Konstanze Spohrer Eden 006

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29 March Marginalisation in Higher Education:  Racial Micro-agressions in HE.  Remi Salisbury (University of Leeds); Marginalising post-92 universities in doctoral funding policy.  Dr Richard Budd. Eden 006

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26 April Migration and academic acculturation: Perspectives of the migrant academics.  Contributors: Dr Anesa Hosein (University of Surrey), Dr Henry Kum, Dr Namrata Rao and Dr Judith Enriquez (Liverpool John Moores University). Eden 006

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24 May Hope Challenge: School University Partnerships in a self-improving system.  Dr Claire Lloyd.

 

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CEPA also organises an Interdisciplinary Lecture Series.

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