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’.
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This series of interviews was conducted by Mark Carrigan for Social Theory Applied. It built on the Practice of Social… Read more What is social theory? A series of interviews