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Seminar 2

Entangling the issues – theorising the condition of the child today

Location: Birkbeck College, London

Date: 21st October 2011
Time: 11 – 5.00pm

The second seminar will examine the origins of the present interest in interdisciplinary and integrated work; the institutional contexts and constraints within which such work is being produced; and models of the child being presented in these studies.

Speakers:

Professor Alison James, University of Sheffield. ‘The problems and potential of giving voice to children’.

Dr Karen Wells, Birkbeck College. ‘Visualising Childhood’

Dr Joanna Haynes, Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) in Education Faculty of Education University of Plymouth. ‘Feeling the pea beneath the mattresses: philosophy with children as a critical practice’

Professor Gaile Cannella, Velma E. Schmidt Endowed Chair of Early Childhood Studies, College of Education, University of North Texas. ‘Reterritorializing “Children” in the Neoliberal Corporate University’.

Pascal Rudin, Birkbeck College (doctoral student) ‘Governing Childhood’

Click here for flyer PDF: Seminar Two

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