Making social justice into an educational and ecological issue

Organizer

Centre for Educational Research (LJMU)

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/centre-for-educational-research-ljmu-30059564270
Our free online seminar on 22 April 2021 at 6pm -7pm (BST) is about social justice, Arendt and Latour.

Professor Joris Vlieghe will be the next speaker in the CERES (Centre for Educational Research) online seminar series at Liverpool John Moores University on the topic of: “Making social justice into an educational and ecological issue: Some reflections on living well together with Arendt and Latour”

This event is aimed at academics, researchers, teachers, students, practitioners and members of the general public who are interested in the future of education.

The room link and password will be sent by email to registered participants three hours prior to the start of the event. All registered participants will be held in a waiting room prior to being admitted by the host. Please use your full name when entering the video conference room and your university/work email address when registering for the event where possible.

 

Title: Making social justice into an educational and ecological issue: Some reflections on living well together with Arendt and Latour

Biography

Joris Vlieghe is an assistant professor of philosophy and theory of education at KU Leuven (Belgium). With Naomi Hodgson and Piotr Zamojski, he recently published a Manifesto for a Post-critical Pedagogy (Punctum Books, 2018). He is also interested in the impact of digital technologies on education, and more specifically in how fundamental notions such as schooling, attention, community, transformation, literacy and creativity change when a culture of the screen is (rapidly) substituted for a culture of the book.

For more information on CERES seminars please follow us at @ljmu_ceres on Twitter or join our mailing list.

This event is organised by the Centre for Educational Research (CERES) in the School of Education at Liverpool John Moores University in the UK.

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