Tore Sorensen on Teachers’ Work and Europe

CPGJ are hosting a special lunch-time seminar on teachers’ work and Europe in 2S10 in the Donald McIntyre Building at 1.00-2.30 on Wednesday 20th November, 2019. The seminar will be led by Dr. Tore Sorensen, University of Louvain, Belgium. The title of Tore’s seminar is Between education and employment: EU governance and the Europeanisation of teacher policy. … Continue reading Tore Sorensen on Teachers’ Work and Europe

Letter from Chilean Students at the Faculty of Education

Dear fellow members and students of the Faculty of Education, As Chilean students at the Faculty of Education, we would like to share information about the current situation in our country to raise awareness and international solidarity about this social and political crisis. As you may know, we lived a cruel military dictatorship between 1973 … Continue reading Letter from Chilean Students at the Faculty of Education

CfP: Marxism and Migration

Proposal Deadline: February 1, 2020 Editors: Genevieve Ritchie, Sara Carpenter, and Shahrzad Mojab   Contact Information:  Introduction and Scope:  The present conditions of transnational migration are nothing short of alarming. Best described as a kind of social expulsion, these conditions range from migrant caravans and detained unaccompanied children in the United States to the thousands … Continue reading CfP: Marxism and Migration

Upcoming Critical Realism webinars

Join Us Because “Critical Realism Matters” Webinars on Saturday 16th November, 2019 & Launch of The Bhaskar Memorial Fund Critical Realism Matters is a new series of webinar events held to showcase and celebrate the enormous potential of critical realism. The first pair of webinars, taking place on Saturday 16th November, 2019, have been planned to commemorate the … Continue reading Upcoming Critical Realism webinars