Teacher education for global social justice: Expert comment from the Head of Department

To mark World Teachers’ Day, Head of the Department of Education Studies, Dr Phil Bamber, gave this Expert Comment on the vital role of teacher education in global social justice.

CEPA Seminar Series 2016/17

The programme of events in this year’s CEPA Seminar Series has been announced. The Series begins on Wednesday 19th October with the launch of a ‘Manifesto for a Post-Critical Pedagogy’ by the new Liverpool Hope Philosophy of Education team, Naomi Hodgson, Joris Vlieghe, and Piotr Zamojski. Full details of the event, and the Manifesto itself, canContinue reading “CEPA Seminar Series 2016/17”

CEPA 2016/17 Lecture Series announced

The Centre for Education Policy Analysis (CEPA) has announced details of the 2016/17 Interdisciplinary Lecture Series | See here for the full programme #CEPA

Open Lecture, Friday 30th September

Prof. Norm Friesen (Boise State University, USA, and University of British Columbia, Canada) ‘The Academic Lecture: Subject, Medium, and Performance’ 1.30 – 2.30 pm, EDEN 130 Lecture Theatre, Hope Park Campus Abstract: If communicative processes in 1800 were unified through spirit, as Friedrich Kittler asserts, then the time since has been marked by their increasing materialization and disaggregation. ThisContinue reading “Open Lecture, Friday 30th September”

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