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Education Podcasts

Members of the School of Education and colleagues discuss their latest work and study in education. These podcasts encourage rethinking of taken for granted assumptions about the role of education in society, its mission and its effects. Hosted by Ansgar Allen and Nadena Doharty. Co-designed with Hadrian Cawthorne.

Members of the School of Education and colleagues discuss their latest work and study in education. These podcasts encourage rethinking of taken for granted assumptions about the role of education in society, its mission and its effects. Hosted by Ansgar Allen and Nadena Doharty. Co-designed with Hadrian Cawthorne.

Location:

United Kingdom

Description:

Members of the School of Education and colleagues discuss their latest work and study in education. These podcasts encourage rethinking of taken for granted assumptions about the role of education in society, its mission and its effects. Hosted by Ansgar Allen and Nadena Doharty. Co-designed with Hadrian Cawthorne.

Twitter:

@EdSheff

Language:

English

Contact:

01142228100


Episodes

Ryan Bramley discusses his doctoral thesis and academic journey @UoS

1/21/2020
Nadena speaks with 3rd year PhD student and Student Representative, Ryan Bramley, about his PhD thesis and reflections on his academic journey. The podcast explores the challenges associated with nailing a researchable PhD topic, what a future academic career might hold in an increasingly precarious environment and Ryan's goal for 2020. We end by exploring the tensions of collaborative working, power differences in research, and commitments to working ethically.

Duration:00:39:20

Svenja Helmes discusses her book 'Life for the Academic in the Neoliberal University'

12/6/2019
Ansgar Allen in conversation with Svenja Helmes discussing her book 'Life for the Academic in the Neoliberal University' co-authored with Alpesh Maisuria. ALPESH MAISURIA and SVENJA HELMES (2020) Life for the Academic in the Neoliberal University. London: Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/Life-for-the-Academic-in-the-Neoliberal-University-1st-Edition/Maisuria-Helmes/p/book/9780367347680

Duration:00:20:02

Louise Kay discusses her paper Bold Beginnings and the Rhetoric of 'School Readiness'

10/23/2019
Ansgar Allen in conversation with Dr. Louise Kay, discussing her paper Bold Beginnings and the Rhetoric of 'School Readiness'. LOUISE KAY (2018) Bold Beginnings and the Rhetoric of 'School Readiness', FORUM, 60(3), 327-336. http://doi.org/10.15730/forum.2018.60.3.327

Duration:00:30:53

Interview with Nadena Doharty about her recent paper with Race Ethnicity and Education

9/11/2019
In this episode Ansgar Allen interviews Nadena Doharty about her recent paper with Race Ethnicity and Education. Doharty, N. (2019) ''I FELT DEAD': applying a racial microaggressions framework to Black students' experiences of Black History Month and Black History. Race Ethnicity and Education 22(1), 110-129 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13613324.2017.1417253

Duration:00:23:59

Mark Payne in conversation with Nadena Doharty on his recent paper in Race & Class

7/25/2019
Nadena Doharty interviews Mark Payne about his recent paper published in Race & Class: Payne, M (2019) School life on the margins: Slovak Roma pupils negotiating education. Race & Class, 61(1), 64-76. https://doi.org/10.1177/0306396818822456

Duration:00:22:32