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Pays : Italie  Langue(s) : anglais 

ECER 2018 - Inclusion and Exclusion, Ressources for Educational Research?

Date :  du 04-09-2018 au 07-09-2018

Lieu :  Bolzano

Organisation :  European Educational Research Association (EERA)

Programme : 

In times of wars and conflicts, increasing numbers of migrants and refugees, impairment of a European identity through e.g. the Brexit, and, at the same time, of an increasing re-nationalisation and attempts to construct Europe as a fortress, it is the more important to reflect on and analyse the particular contributions of education and educational research to processes and structures of inclusion and exclusion. 

We expect ECER 2018 in Bozen-Bolzano to discuss such structures and processes of inclusion and exclusion, of recognition and misrecognition, regarding their relevance for education and educational research and to significantly contribute to making such tensions both a scholarly and a public theme. We also expect that ECER 2018 will theoretically, empirically and practically conceptualise, investigate and experience intercultural communication as a powerful resource of mediation, mutual understanding and also of intellectual delight.

submission deadline : 31/01/2018


Keynote Speakers:

- Marco Catarci is Associate Professor of Intercultural Education at the Department of Education, Roma Tre University

- Marcella Milana is Associate Professor at the University of Verona, Italy, where she directs the International Research Centre for Global and Comparative Policy Studies on the Education and Learning of Adults

- Thomas Popkewitz is a Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and Scandinavian Studies, The University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

- Susan L. Robertson is Professor of Sociology of Education at the University of Cambridge, UK. Susan’s academic career has included holding posts in Australia, New Zealand and the UK.


mot(s) clé(s) :  recherche en éducation, inégalités