New journal publication - Dr Emma Langley
We are pleased to note the new publication from Dr Emma Langley:
Langley, E., Totsika, V., Hastings, R.P., Bailey, T. (2021). Family relationships and their associations with perceptions of family functioning in mothers of children with Intellectual Disability (ID). American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Lecture: 'Islamic Education within the Muslim Minority Context of Europe: Pedagogy, Politics, and Future Directions'
Dr Abdullah Sahin has been invited to deliver a lecture entitled 'Islamic Education within the Muslim Minority Context of Europe: Pedagogy, Politics, and Future Directions'. The lecture will mark the launch of 'Islamic Religious Education in Europe book (Routledge 2021) coedited by our late colleague Dr. Bill Gent who was an Associate Fellow at the Department of Education Studies and Dr. Leny Frankn, University of Antwerp.
Colleagues interested in joining this online seminar on 18th May 2021 please register here.
WEBINAR: CRITICAL RACE THEORY REVISITED: BRIT-CRIT'S HISTORIES AND FUTURES
Professor Paul Warmington will be presenting an online seminar on his current research, hosted by the Centre for Research in Race & Education, University of Birmingham. The seminar will give an insight into some of the ideas that have informed University of Warwick’s Tackling Racial Inequality staff development programme.
Critical Race Theory Revisited: Brit-crit’s histories and futures.
Thursday 29th April, 4-5pm via ZOOM
Registration is essential. To register and for more information, please click here.
We are delighted that Dr Emily Henderson has been invited to join the British Academy’s Higher Education Policy Development Group.
This is a forum for discussion of issues relevant to current higher education and research policy. The Group draws on expertise from within the Academy’s Fellowship and more broadly across the UK higher education sector, to explore developments in policy and society which relate to universities, researchers, students and staff, with particular reference to SHAPE disciplines (Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts for People and the Economy).
The Group’s discussions inform the development of the policy positions the Academy takes in its role as the voice of the humanities and social sciences, and guide the projects and activities the Academy carries out to build its evidence base and stimulate debate on topics which affect the health of our disciplines.
Dr Emma Williams re-appointed as Interim Co-Editor of Journal of Philosophy of Education (JOPE) for 2021/22
Dr Emma Williams has been re-appointed as Interim Co-Editor of the Journal of Philosophy of Education (JOPE) for 2021/22. The journal is now in its 55th year, and is a premier journal in philosophy of education. JOPE was first established and edited by R.S. Peters. Journal website available at: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/14679752/2020/54/5