This is a new monograph series on public sociology which will include work that addresses public and community engagement and the relationship between sociologists and their publics. This series will address not only what sociologists do, but what sociology is for and focus on the commitment to enhance understanding of the social condition so that the lives of people are materially improved.
The next conference in the Accelerated Academy series
The Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement/invites you to attend the Inaugural Alfred Dubs Lecture on Migration and Refugees on 18 March 2021, 16.00-17.30, introduced by the Vice Chancellor.
We’re sharing information about these seminars which will be of interest to cluster members: This theme explores the dialectical relationship… Read more Education, Purpose and Human Flourishing in Uncertain Times
After almost a year of extreme uncertainty and ruptures in our educational experiences – in schools, in preschools, in higher… Read more 18th Annual Kaleidoscope Conference at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge – online 3rd & 4th June 2021
The two PhD fellows will be part of the three-year research project ‘Asserting the Nation: Comparative studies on the rise… Read more Two PhD positions on neo-nationalism at Aarhus University, Denmark.
Beyond the Basics in Educational Research Methodology: Research ethics in educational research The virtual, interactive Summer School 2021, hosted by… Read more The European Educational Research Association Summer School 2021
Convened by Hannah Moscovitz & Jo Dillabough The reading group provides a critical space for engagement and dialogue on the… Read more Critical Higher Education Studies: A CPGJ reading group