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Callum McGregor, Professor

Lecturer in Education/Programme Director Msc Social Justice and Community Action at University of Edinburgh

Callum is Lecturer in Education at the University of Edinburgh and Programme Director for the fully online MSc Social Justice and Community Action. His broad research and teaching interests are located at the intersection of education and social movement studies. In particular, Callum’s research has examined the public pedagogies produced by different cultures of climate change activism, in the wider context of neoliberalism. He is currently carrying out action research into climate justice education in Scotland alongside Dr Beth Christie, has recently published a chapter on climate justice education in the Routledge Handbook of Climate Justice. More broadly, Callum enjoys researching and writing collaboratively on a range of themes related to education and social justice. For example, he has recently written about how critical educators might respond to the current ‘populist moment’ with Dr Margaret Petrie and Dr Jim Crowther. He has also been developing work around data justice and digital citizenship in education, and is the co-author of ‘Towards a radical digital citizenship in digital education’ with Professor Akwugo Emejulu.

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