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Facilitator: Mavluda Sattorova, School of Law, University of Liverpool
The workshop will be held in the form of a roundtable to facilitate a conversation on how our teaching practices could be transformed to enable more plural, diverse and critical engagement with IEL disciplines in classroom.
By way of homework, participants are encouraged to think about not only their own teaching practices but also more broadly about what is currently missing/lacking in our teaching approaches and methodologies. Among other things, we would encourage everyone to consider in particular the following aspects of teaching:
(1) language of IEL
(2) objects of IEL (with thanks to Amanda Perry-Kessaris)
(3) spaces and IEL
(4) people of IEL
(5) images and narratives of IEL.
Drawing on these broader themes, the aim of the workshop is to discuss the existing barriers to pluralising IEL teaching and identify the ways to tackle them collectively and individually.