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Dr Emily Henderson Renews Collaboration with University of the Free State, South Africa

Dr Emily Henderson joined the SARChI Chair Higher Education and Human Development Research Programme at University of the Free State, South Africa, on a funded institutional visit for a week in September 2018. Dr Henderson was affiliated with the programme during her doctoral studies at UCL Institute of Education, and was recently invited to attend a week of activities to renew the collaboration. During the visit, Dr Henderson acted as discussant for an international colloquium, delivered a workshop on intersectionality for students and postdoctoral fellows in the programme, and attended meetings to further discuss collaboration with Professor Melanie Walker and Dr Mikateko Höppener.

Expert Comment: Dr Abdullah Sahin on the London Islamic Centre attack

Dr Abdullah Sahin, expert in Islamic Education in the Centre for Education Studies, comments on the car attack outside an Islamic Centre in north London during a time of spiritual significance in both the Islamic and Hebrew calendars.

Michael Wyness’ new book, Childhood, Culture and Society, has just been published by Sage

Michael’s book Childhood, Culture and Society in a global context has just been published by Sage.

This new text focuses on the most pressing topics in the field, providing a multifaceted and extensive analysis of the study of children and childhood.

As one reviewer has commented ‘A major contribution to childhood studies!’ William A. Corsaro, Professor Emeritus at Indiana University

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The Times Higher Education Ranks Warwick 75th in the world in the field of Education

We are proud to be ranked 75th in the world for the subject of Education. You can see the full list and more rankings from The Times Higher Education World University Rankings

Warwick Excellence in Teaching Awards

Congratulations to Dr Jackie Dynes, Dr Madeline Findon, Dr Mick Hammond and Jo Trowsdale who have all been nominated for the prestigious WATE awards in 2015/16. This is recognition for staff who have been identified by students and colleagues as having made a difference in teaching and learning.

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