Writing Histories of Education in the Brexit Era
Within history of education, as in many other fields of academic research, transnational and global approaches have become well-established, even dominant, over the last twenty years. Recently, however, and especially since the 2016 Brexit Referendum in the UK, we have witnessed growing criticism of globalization and its effects across social, cultural, political and economic spheres. With this significant shift in the debate, both within the UK and more widely, the History SIG colloquium for 2019 will take the opportunity to reflect on the particular challenges of writing histories of education against the background of Brexit in a UK context as well as growing nationalism, populism and anti-globalisation sentiment. To do this, we will hear from a range of speakers at different stages in their career, reflecting on the advantages and challenges of researching and writing histories of education at the present moment. It is hoped that the event will be of interest to historians of education, history teachers as well as teacher educators.
|13.30||Registrations and refreshments|
|13.50||Welcome and Introduction|
|14.00||Discussion Panel 1: Joe Hopkinson (Huddersfield), Dr Lottie Hoare (Cambridge), and Dr Heather Ellis (Sheffield)|
|15.50||Discussion Panel 2: Dr Anne Corbett (LSE)|
|16.30||Round Table and Plenary|
|16.55||Completion of evaluation forms|
|17.00||End of event|
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