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2nd July, 2013

Sociologies of Education – Research Day

Event Details

Date:
2nd July, 2013
Time:
10am - 5.30pm
Venue:
Nunn Hall, 20 Bedford Way

A day of presentations and discussion featuring current work by members of the Sociology Section of the IOE and discussants Michael Apple (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and Louise Archer (King’s College London). The event is free and open to all and we particularly welcome academics and research students working within the sociology of education. 

Presentations on the day include:

– C. Vincent & C. Maxwell: Extending the ways we understand family practices  – an intersectional approach to class, race and gender
– H. Iqbal: Multicultural Parenting: Preparation for bias ethnic-racial socialisation in British South Asian & White families in the UK
– A. Bradbury: `Model minorities’, moveable minorities and discourses of (in) authentic learning
– S.J. Ball and A. Olmedo: Subjectivity as a site of struggle: resisting neoliberal education
– Plenary: Sociologies of Education – Where next …? Discussants: Michael Apple, University of Wisconsin & Louise Archer, King’s College
– Book launch: Alice Bradbury, Jessica Ringrose & Anna Hickey-Moody, et al.

Places are limited, to book a place email N.Carr@ioe.ac.uk. For more information click here or email Annette Braun on a.braun@ioe.ac.uk.


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