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HERG Seminar Series 2017

We are happy to announce the HERG seminar series in 2017, which invites prominent speakers to give their cutting-edge academic research – as detailed below.

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HERG Seminar Series 2017

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Wednesday 18 January, 13.00-14.00, ED 2.01

 

Seminar Title: Betraying a Generation, How education is failing young people

 

Speaker: Professor Patrick Ainley, Professor of Training and Education, University of Greenwich

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Wednesday 1 February, 13.00-14.00, ED 2.01

 

Seminar Title: Imagining the National Institution: German and British students on the values associated with higher education

 

Speaker: Dr Richard Budd, Lecturer in Education Studies, Liverpool Hope University, Associate Director, Centre for Education and Policy Analysis (CEPA)

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Wednesday 22 February, 13.00-14.00, ED 2.01

 

Seminar Title: Teachers’ professional lives: navigating policy

 

Speaker: Dr. Anne Chappell, Director of Teaching and Learning, Department of Education, Brunel University

 

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Wednesday 15 March,17.00-18.30, ED 2.01

 

 

Seminar Title: Foucault and Neoliberalism: A response to Zamora, Behrent, Christofferson, Dean and Ewald

 

 

Speaker: Professor Mark Olssen, University of Surrey

 

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Wednesday 26 April, 17.00-18.30, ED 2.01

 

Seminar Title: TBC

 

Speaker: Helen Masterton, Dean of the Cass School of Education and Communities, UEL

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HERG seminar convenor: Dr. Terri Kim

RSVP: Terri Kim (t.c.kim@uel.ac.uk); Diane Sharrier (d.sharrier@uel.ac.uk)

 

 

We hope this seminar series would be of interest to many of you.  Further details will be announced nearer the dates.

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