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Talks given by Susannah Lacon
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Talks organised by Susannah Lacon
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- Inaugural Lecture - 'Wid mi riddim / wid mi rime....wid mi own sense a time' (Linton Kwesi Johnson)
- Inaugural Lecture - Teacher learning and student learning: are they related?
- Inaugural Lecture - The importance of number: the future of quantitative methods in education research
- Environmental Education and Eco-Behaviours
- Parent politics in education: is there a bias towards inclusion?
- Doing discipline differently: Re-claiming restorative justice as an anti-colonising practice
- Recognizing the role and function of home-based knowledges and practices: Lessons from Latino (im)migrant families in the US.
- The Politics of Immigration and Schooling in the United States
- Do British Universities need Radical Reform?
- ‘An insider look at public policy development'
- Schools for democracy
- Instigating a Dialogue on Principles for Socially-Just Schooling
- Speaking truth to power: Understanding postgraduate education research and the educational turn in South Africa's new century
- Filtering feedback in an internship: Perceptions of trainees and mentors
- Discussion leaders’ questions in the case method
- How Can Education Promote Social Cohesion? The case of Lebanon
- Indigenous Knowledge Claims
- The Unintended Outcomes of Institutionalising Ethnicity: The Case of Maori Education in New Zealand
- Short-term approaches and issues in counselling: Seminar 4
- From Cable Street to beyond the tree house: Inclusion as a singular approach to educational development
- Short-term approaches and issues in counselling: Seminar 3
- Short-term approaches and issues in counselling: Seminar 2
- Short-term approaches and issues in counselling:Seminar 1
- Conflict Dialogue as Democratic Education:Conflictual Issues, Restorative Problem-Solving,and Student Diversity in Schools
- Feminism, pluralist democracy and agonistic politics
- Working-Class Parents in the Era of Pedagogy of Autonomy and Family-School Partnership: A Perspective from Italy
- Teachers professional learning and inclusive practice
- An inclusive approach to the networking of knowledge about education in Southern contexts: the role of EENET
- Rethinking Resistance in Microsociological Analytics
- NEW CAPABILITY INTEREST GROUP
- Capability and Disability
- The Liberal-democratic Order and the Paradox of Peaking: Interpreting the Quasi-Public Gated Enclaves of Britain and South Africa
- India Untouched - Documentary produced by an Indian NGO on the SOCIAL EXCLUSION of the lower castes (Dalits) in India
- EED Book Launch
- Conversations with Sharlene Swartz on building an academic career, post PhD
- ‘Writing from the Mouth’ Arguments over Literacy and Discipline in the Early South African Nazaretha Church
- Researching youth moralities: New sociological direction or moribund dead-end?
- Social inclusion and Citizenship in Danish and Swedish Secondary Schools: a multicultural and comparative perspective
- Community, Equality, and Comprehensive Education: Creating Democratic Secondary Education in a Globalized World
- Conversations with Bolette Moldenhawer
- Language and Nationalism in Tanzania
- Education and Empire in Africa 1890-1940: how liberals in the system impacted on policy, practice and development
- Walled States, Waning Sovereignty
- On the possibility of outsider understanding: a conversation
- The Rise of French Existentialism
- Putting Sylvia in her place: Ashton-Warner and progressive education in New Zealand, 1928-1958
- Imagining Community in the Suburbs: Space, Pedagogy and Power
- Title to be confirmed
- Vocational studies in school – does it matter if I’m a girl and if I’m poor?
- Inaugural Lecture: 'Leadership: its genealogy, configuration and trajectory'
- Inaugural Lecture: 'The Power of Language: Literacy, (mis)communication and oppression in literature for young readers'