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Stuck and Sticky in Mobile Academia - Special Issue Launch event with Dr Emily Henderson

This special issue launch panel presents an edited collection of papers on academic mobilities, entitled Stuck and Sticky in Mobile Academia. It has been published in Higher Education and co-edited by Charikleia Tzanakou (Oxford Brookes University) and Emily F. Henderson (University of Warwick). The core aim of this special issue was to explore the assumptions and norms underpinning the concepts of mobility and immobility and think beyond this binary, querying the conceptual certainties that are inherent to discourses around academic mobility itself. In this collection of papers, they have aimed to capture ways in which mobility and immobility intersect and overlap, where an academic may be both mobile and stuck, for instance.

The panel event is taking place on Friday 11 March 2022 12:00-14:00 and you can register to attend onlineLink opens in a new window.

Thu 24 Feb 2022, 15:07 | Tags: Emily Henderson, Events, Research, Publications

New Publication - Dr Georgiana Mihut

Congratulations to Dr Georgiana Mihut and Ellen Hazelkorn on the publication of their co-edited, comprehensive handbook on University rankings, with thirty-seven chapters from seventy-six contributors. The Research Handbook On University Rankings: Theory, Methodology, Influence and Impact has been published by Elgar.

Mon 17 Jan 2022, 15:32 | Tags: Publications, Georgiana Mihut, Education Studies

New Research Publication- Paul Martin, PhD Student

We are pleased to share a new article published by the Times Education Supplement, from one of our current PhD students, Paul Martin. Paul's research looks at the impact that socio-economic disadvantage has on student's progression through education. Paul's research is being supervised by Professor Emma Smith, Head of Department.

New Journal Publication - Dr Emily Henderson and Ahmad Akkad

We are pleased to note the new co-authored publication from Dr Emily Henderson and Ahmad Akkad, one of our PhD students, published in the Teaching in Higher Education Journal. The article, entitled 'Exploring the role of HE teachers as change agents in the reconstruction of post-conflict Syria', is based on Ahmad's MA Global Education and International Development dissertation work, and can be viewed online.


new book released - Dr Michael Wyness

Kid Power, Inequalities and Intergenerational Relations

By Clara Rübner Jørgensen & Michael Wyness

This book combines theories of power with empirical material on children’s lives across the world to propose a novel framework for understanding kid power. It explores the nature of power relations between children and adults and provides a critical analysis of kid power, considering inequalities and inter-generational relations.
Tue 06 Jul 2021, 12:04 | Tags: Research, Publications, Michael Wyness

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