PhD or MPhil as a ‘work in progress’ (Secret Seminar for CPGJ students)

Aliandra Lazzari Barlete, Faculty of Education Friday, 30/11, 12.00, Room GS3, DMB Have you ever considered your PhD or Masters degree to be your own ‘work in progress’? One that will lead you towards an intellectual idea, a betterment of your own self, an academic project, or a (hopefully) decently paid career in whatever you … Continue reading PhD or MPhil as a ‘work in progress’ (Secret Seminar for CPGJ students)

Welcome to Culture, Politics and Global Justice

On Monday 8th October we held a welcome event for people to find out more about our work and how to get involved. Here are our current projects with contact details and further information attached: Our reading groups for the year Ontopolitics of the Futures, Knowledge & Digital Capitalism, Social Justice and Education Our work in progress … Continue reading Welcome to Culture, Politics and Global Justice

Post-H(uman) index? Politics, metrics, and agency in the accelerated academy

November 30th Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge Organised by Jana Bacevic, Mark Carrigan and Filip Vostal Keynote: Liberalism Must Be Defeated: The Obsolescence of Bourgeois Theory in the Anthropocene by Gary Hall, Director of Centre for Postdigital Cultures at Coventry University, UK. The conference seeks to conceptualise change in contemporary knowledge production in a way … Continue reading Post-H(uman) index? Politics, metrics, and agency in the accelerated academy

Call for Chapters: Digital Inequalities in the Global South

This call for books chapter might be of interest to our followers: *Call for Chapter Proposals for an Edited Volume on* *“Digital Inequalities in the Global South”* *Editors: * *Massimo Ragnedda (Northumbria University, UK)* *Anna Gladkova (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia)* This book will focus on the rising digital inequalities in countries from geographical areas … Continue reading Call for Chapters: Digital Inequalities in the Global South

Diversity in the higher education ecosystem

By Susan Robertson  This is a pre-publication version of an entry in the Sage Encyclopedia of Higher Education Through a Rear-View Mirror Trace the arc of time backwards, and we can see growing and considerable diversity in higher education sectors around the world, particularly over the course of the later nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Take, as … Continue reading Diversity in the higher education ecosystem