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Events

Virtues: Local or Universal?

Date
3 - 5 January 2019
Description
This conference will explore questions about the locality versus the universality of virtues from a number of theoretical and practical perspectives.

Counter-extremism, institutional chaos and education: a post-historical perspective. With speaker David Lundie

Date
22 January 2019
Description
Philosophy of Education Research Seminar Series

Documentary film-making, public history, and heritage

Date
23 January 2019
Description
Join us for a screening of 'Dispersing the Problem: Immigrant Children in Huddersfield during the 1960s and 1970s' followed by a discussion.

PostgradLive! Birmingham

Date
29 January 2019
Description
Postgrad LIVE! BIRMINGHAM on 29 January 2019 is an on-campus Masters & PhD study fair at the University of Birmingham.

Education, cherishing and the well-lived life. With speaker Ruth Cigman

Date
19 February 2019
Description
Philosophy of Education Research Seminar Series

Train to Teach Birmingham

Date
25 February 2019
Description
The Train to Teach Roadshow will provide you with a wealth of information on how to get into teaching and how to apply for training.

Colonial Countryside: National Trust Houses Reinterpreted

Date
27 February 2019
Description
This seminar will discuss the role of children, schools, heritage organisations, writers and publishers as change agents with the capacity to make Britain's colonial legacies better understood and more widely known.

Café Masters for the College of Social Sciences

Date
7 March 2019
Description
Café Masters is an informal networking events for prospective masters students at the University of Birmingham to find out more about studying a Masters programme in the College of Social Sciences.

Café PhD for the College of Social Sciences

Date
7 March 2019
Description
Café PhD is an informal networking event for prospective students to find out more about studying a PhD programme in the College of Social Sciences.

Advancing equality in Higher Education: An exploratory study of the Athena SWAN and Race Equality Charters

Date
13 March 2019
Description
Join CRRE to find out more about the key findings of research on the Athena SWAN and Race Equality Charters

What is a liberal education? With speaker Jane Gatley

Date
19 March 2019
Description
Philosophy of Education Research Seminar Series

Collecting, Crafting, and Consuming the School Museum in Britain, c.1895-1920

Date
20 March 2019
Description
This seminar offers an insight into Kew's role as a major supplier of teaching materials, and what part plants played within the emergence and popularisation of the school museum in the late 19th and early 20th century British classroom.

Photography and education: the Republican press in the Spanish Civil War

Date
29 April 2019
Description
This seminar discusses publications published during the Spanish Civil War intended to transmit the republican ideology to soldiers

What's wrong with military propaganda in schools? With speaker Jonathan Parry

Date
7 May 2019
Description
Philosophy of Education Research Seminar Series

'Words that wound' in the classroom: should they be silenced or discussed? With speaker Christina Easton

Date
4 June 2019
Description
Philosophy of Education Research Seminar Series
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