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? What does this mean for our capacity to individually and collectively shape our working lives? Is there still space for critique within an academy where time pressure has become the norm?
- Time present and academic futures – Jana Bacevic (Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge)
- On Critical University Studies – Alison Wood (CRASSH, University of Cambridge)
- The Coming of the Venture Academic – Filip Vostal (Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences)
Each speaker will talk for around 20 minutes, with time for questions. We will then open out for a broader discussion of the themes raised during the talks. For information about the Accelerated Academy project, see the website or special section of the LSE Impact Blog.
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