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Karl Kitching, Dr

Reader in Education Policy at University of Birmingham

Karl Kitching is Reader in Education Policy at the University of Birmingham. His research and teaching focuses on challenging multiple inequalities in education, in childhood and in young people’s lives. His most recent work includes the book Childhood, Religion and School Injustice (Cork University Press, 2020). This book examines how children and parents negotiate secular-religious relations and inequalities across school contexts. He has published a range of internationally peer-reviewed articles on young people’s experiences of racism in school, race theory in education, the sexualisation of childhood, children’s religious identities at school, teacher motivation, and critical theory and pedagogy.

Karl Kitching's contributions

New formations of whiteness in education

21 Sep 2020 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

This event has been postponed and a new date will be confirmed soon. #WhitenessinEducation Online event – pre-registration essential CRT (Critical Race Theory) and CWS (Critical Whiteness...

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