An announcement concerning the upcoming EARLI Conference hosted at the Faculty of Education: You may be aware of a conference taking place here, at the Faculty of Education, on August 27th-28th 2018. This is being co-organised by two special interest groups (‘Methods in Learning Research’ [SIG17] and ‘Educational Theory’ [SIG25]) of the European Association of Research … Continue reading A dialogue between ontology and epistemology
12 June, 4-5.30pm, Faculty of Education, 184 Hills Rd., Donald Macintyre Building, Room 2S3 (second floor) In this talk, I set out to examine the ways in which the university, as an idea, was discussed, written about and actively debated over a long period of history. I aim to develop a set of critical research questions and problematics in relation to … Continue reading Talk: the Idea of a Digital University, David Berry, 12 June 4-5.30PM
June 8th, 12pm to 2pm, DMB 2S4 Faculty of Education, Hills Road, Cambridge In the fifth event in the Accelerated Academy series, the Cultural Politics and Global Justice cluster at the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Education hosts an afternoon seminar on critique and agency in the accelerated academy. How is temporality changing within the academy? … Continue reading Critique and Agency in the Accelerated Academy
December 13th-14th, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge In recent discussions of capitalism, the notion of the ‘platform’ has come to play a prominent role in conceptualising our present circumstances and imagining our potential futures. There are criticisms which can be raised of the platform-as-metaphor, however we believe it provides a useful hook through which to … Continue reading Call for Papers: Capitalism, Social Science and the Platform University
Alternate Fridays 14:00-16:00 Easter term 2018: ‘Theorists from across the globe’ Donald McIntyre Building, Room 2S3, Faculty of Education Convened by: Arathi Sriprakash, Amina Shareef, Sharon Walker, Amberley Middleton, Christy Kultz Session 1: April 27, 2018 Using humour and critique, Fanon considers racial constructions, in this case, ‘black’, and how these shape the ways in which those racialized as … Continue reading Theorising Race and Racism in Education: Easter Term 2018
Members of our research cluster have organised a range of presentations, panels and workshops during the Comparative and International Education Society's 2018 Annual Conference. See here for the full programme.