We hold a range of seminars and other events throughout the academic year, offering a forum for students, academics and practitioners to share and develop their ideas in a collegial and supportive atmosphere. CEPA represents a broad set of interests within its four Research Programmes: Teacher Education, Higher Education, Philosophy of Education, and Citizenship, Social Cohesion and Social Change.
We welcome collaborations from outside the university, and if you are interested in attending any events or sharing your own work, please contact Associate Director Dr Catherine O’Connell. Some events are aligned with other centres in the University, and we have a series co-funded by the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain (PESGB) North West branch.
CEPA Research Seminar Series
|4th November 2020 2pm – 3.30pm|
|The Santa Clause Deception|
Jeff Standley University College Birmingham
|16th December 2020 2pm – 3.30pm|
|Authenticity deficits in higher education|
Professor Steven Jones, University of Manchester
|13th January 2021 2pm – 3.30pm|
|The Benefits of Successive Relearning on Multiple Learning Outcomes |
Associate Professor Julie Hadwin, Liverpool Hope University
|3rd February 2021 2pm – 3.30pm|
|Universities and unicorns: Researching the digital higher education industry|
CEPA Visiting Professor Sam Sellar (MMU) & Dr Janja Komljenovic
|5th February 2021 Time TBC|
|The Epistemology of Qualitative Research|
Professor Stefan Ramaekers, KU Leuven (CEPA Visiting Professor)
|24th March 2021 2pm – 3.30pm|
|Epistemology of Education |
CEPA Visiting Professor, J Adam Carter, University of Glasgow
|21st April 2021 2pm – 3.30pm|
|Digitisation, Culture, and Upbringing|
Associate Professor Naomi Hodgson, Liverpool Hope University.