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NERA 2021 - 49th Annual Congress of the Nordic Educational Research Association - Hope and education

Date :  du 03-11-2021 au 05-11-2021

Lieu :  Odense

Organisation :  Nordic Educational Research Association (NERA)

Programme : 

La conférence a été repoussée en fin d'année 2021, pour permettre une organisation en présentiel à Odense.


Due to COVID-19 the NERA board and the committee at University of Southern Denmark have, after many considerations, decided to postpone the NERA conference to 3-5 November 2021.

New deadlines :

February 15 2021: Abstract submission starts
April 15 2021: Deadline for abstract submission
May 13 2021: Registration starts and abstract notification
June 10 2021: Registration ends
November 3-5 2021: Conference in Odense, Denmark


There has always been – and still is – a hope attached to education. Hope is the heart of the normativity of pedagogy and didactics: we are educating for a potential better future. The question is which hopes exist today, and which hopes can meaningfully be linked to today’s school and education?

On one hand, we invest our believes in the next generation. On the other hand, we fear the self-same generation. “What if they do not do what we hope for?” Therefore another question is: How can education and teaching provide future generations with new forms of hope, dreams and ideals? How can communities of hope, in which plurality, equality and democracy are valued, be supported on daily basis in education?What are the limits of hope in and beyond education?

How can education cope with and possibly change the current pressure to perform in conomical, productive and measurable ways? Can education support hopeful ways to conceptualize the ‘good life’ in a world with inequality, climate change, and human suffering? How can researchers and educators contribute to inclusive social communities without systematically excluding particular groups
and individuals?


Pr. Matthew Clarke, School of Education, York St. John university
The ethico-politics of teacher identity: Re-animating teaching with three contemporary feminist philosophers

Pr. Dennis Beach, department of Education and Special Education, university of Gothenburg
No hope for justice and equity on the horison: On bought educational privileges, bent educational politics and social reproduction in education systems

Pr. emerita Katrin Hjort, Department for the Study of Culture, university of Southern Denmark
Hope in education

Pr. Line Lerche Morck, Danish School of Education, Aarhus university
Building bridges and inclusive boundary communities - How can we as researchers and educators contribute to the formation of inclusive boundary communities without systematically excluding particular groups and individuals?


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