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Events

Scalar Approaches to Language, Time and Space: Further Directions

Date
23/04/2015
Description
Peter De Costa, from the Department of Linguistics & Germanic, Slavic, Asian, and African Languages, Michigan State University examines the use of scales to investigate complex, dynamic, on-the-ground realities of language use in a variety of contact zones.

Ways forward: what should disability research focus upon?

Date
29/04/2015
Description
For the forth seminar of the Researching and Publishing regarding Disability Seminar Series(IES), Ms. Sarah Beazley from the University of Manchester and Professor Michele Moore from the University of Northumbria will be presenting 'Ways forward: what should disability research focus upon?

The Importance of Philosophy for Education

Date
06/05/2015
Description
The Importance of Philosophy for Education. An Inaugural Lecture with Professor David Carr

Philosophy of Education Conference 2015: Metaethics and Moral Education

Date
05 - 06/06/2015
Description
A 24 hour conference on metaethics and moral education to mark the 50th anniversary of the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain.

Educational Realities and The Tasks of the Critical Scholar/Activist in Education

Date
10/06/2015
Description
Professor Mike Apple, IAS Distinguished Visiting Fellow, will deliver the Centre for Research in Race and Education's annual lecture.

Pathways through transition: life after compulsory education for young people with vision impairment

Date
01/07/2015
Description
This conference captures the real life experiences of blind and partially sighted young people as they make the journey from school to further/higher education and into the world of living and working independently. You will hear the latest findings from a longitudinal study of blind and partially sighted young people's transitions being carried out by researchers at the Visual Impairment Centre for Teaching and Research and learn directly from young people about the barriers they encounter and the strategies that work to overcome these.
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