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CES Postgraduate Conference - 11 May - Open to all University staff and students

Please see find more information HERE

Registration is open until teh 29th April and there is the opportunity to submit abstracts and/or posters until 26th April.


The 3rd Warwick Islamic Education Summer School

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The 3rd Warwick Islamic Education Summer School brought together an enthusiastic group of researchers, practitioners, and community activists representing diverse social, national, educational and linguistic traditions for three days of presentations, workshops and discussions.

25 international delegates travelled to Warwick for the 3rd Warwick Islamic Education Summer School. Participants in this year’s summer school discussed Muslim female faith and educational leadership within the context of contemporary Muslim minority and majority societies.


Congratulations: Two CES PhD students won 2 of the 3 early career conference awards for their papers at BERA.

 BERAS winners

Congratulations and well done to Krystal and Tong!

2nd prize

Krystal Douglas, University of Warwick
Friendships Networks and Aspiration to Higher Education
 
3rd prize
Tongtong Zhao, University of Warwick
Aspirations for participation in higher education from a gender perspective: a research study on final year secondary school students in Cameroon

 

Wed 10 October 2018, 12:14 | Tags: postgraduate, Research, Current Postgraduates, International

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.


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

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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

for more detail: https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/childhood-culture-and-society/book243262#description


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