Throughout this academic year the Education and Environmental Justice (EEJ) steering group has been engaging with a wide range of conversations about the relationships between educational systems, environmental issues and social justice. In our second set of reading group + seminar sessions, we delved into the links between environmental justice and state education through an exploration of the notion of ‘petro-pedagogies’.
Digital inequalities have long existed within education, both within traditional educational spaces and practice, and within specifically digital interactions. These inequalities have deep roots in extant socio-cultural and socio-economic inequalities, and yet emerge in unique ways through the macro and micro dynamics of education and digital technologies. During the COVID-19 pandemic, digital inequalities have been bought into a new light as the infrastructural provisions of classrooms and campuses have given way to various at-home arrangements.
Join us in conversation with Adriana Cavarero on her forthcoming book ‘Surging Democracy. Notes on Hannah Arendt’s Political Thought’. The event will explore theorising affect, political demonstrations , protests and bodily interacting as a plurality in public space, using Hannah Arendt as her guide.
The next conference in the Accelerated Academy series
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
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
By Mark Carrigan and Pat Thomson Over the last decade social media has gone from being a fringe part of… Read more Keeping our intellectual communities going during lockdown: a show and tell workshop