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Oxford Branch

Event Date : 24 May, 2016

Summary :

Ethics from the perspective of young children’s development: questioning the premises of duty ethics
Dr Tony Eaude, Honorary Norham Fellow, Department of Education

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University of Bristol Presentation

Event Date : 19 May, 2016

Summary :

Youth Civic Engagement in the Hong Kong Umbrella Movement
Held in association with the PESGB.

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Bedford Branch Seminar

Event Date : 12 May, 2016

Summary :

Critical Pedagogy and Higher Education as a Public Good: Subversion, Alienation and Engagement in Neo-liberalised education
Lewis Stockwell (University of Hertfordshire)

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Bedford Branch Seminar

Event Date : 21 Apr, 2016

Summary :

Liberty, Education and the Public Space
Dr Geoff Hinchliffe (University of East Anglia)

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North West Branch Seminar

Event Date : 20 Apr, 2016

Summary :

A place for the family as ‘an intergenerational site’ in a time of ‘learning environments’: A critical investigation through the case of FamCompass
Philippe Noens (Laboratory for Education and Society, University of Leuven, Belgium)

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Cambridge Branch Seminar

Event Date : 16 Mar, 2016

Summary :

An Arendtian perspective on inclusive education:  towards a reimagined vocabulary
Morten Timmermann Korsgaard, Aarhus University

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West Yorkshire Branch Seminar

Event Date : 15 Mar, 2016

Summary :

Teacher Resilience: A Discourse on Empowerment or Retention?
Andrew Pearce from Leeds Trinity’s Institute of Childhood and Education

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Birmingham Branch Seminar

Event Date : 15 Mar, 2016

Summary :

Self-interest, flourishing and teaching environmental ethics
Matthew Sinnicks, University of Birmingham

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Event Date : 14 Mar, 2016

Summary :

Transitionalist Pragmatism and Education

This international seminar series interrogates Koopman's transitionalist pragmatism in the context of philosophy of education. This first part occurring over 14-15 March brings together philosophers to examine the conceptual issues.  The purpose of this seminar series is to explore a line of thinking in American philosophy that may allow us to transform the reception and understanding of philosophical pragmatism in the UK and beyond.  

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Edinburgh Branch Seminar

Event Date : 10 Mar, 2016

Summary :

Extended and Socially Extended Knowledge in Education
Dr. S. Orestis Palermos Research Fellow in Philosophy, University of Edinburgh

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