Pathologies of Professionalism in Higher Education: Research Colloquium

25th April 2019

10 – 4 pm

Academic professionalism is often seen as in crisis, facing increased competition, precarity, curbs to freedom of expression, and new modes of accountability and audit. What kinds of professionalism can survive these conditions of academic precarity? The ‘real’ economy is a growing factor in redefining professionalism in UK Higher Education. This one-day colloquium seeks to develop the new concepts and theories we need to express these contemporary dilemmas.

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Cost: Liverpool Hope staff and students (free), external delegates £40 (£30 before early bird deadline), postgraduate students and hourly paid staff (external to Liverpool Hope) £10 (this fee reduction is kindly supported by UCU branch committee).

Download the programme: PATHOLOGIES EVENT FLIER 26 November.

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