The production of gender norm
Dr Claudia Matus, Director of the Center for Educational Justice, Pontificia Universidad Católica in Chile
Date Monday July 18 2022
Time 11.30 – 1.00pm
Location: L915 or via Zoom
Dismantling the father’s house? Women as doctoral supervisors
Associate Professor Barbara Grant: Critical Studies in Education, Te Whare Wananga o Tāmaki Makaurau (The University of Auckland)
Date: Thursday 19 August
The Social Transformation Reading circle
Weekly: Tuesday 12-1pm.
Level 7, 100 Leicester St, Carlton
Unpacking Education Brown Bag Lunchtime Series
These seminars are generally held on the third Thursday of every month.
Location: Level 7,100 Leicester Street
Contact: Dr Licho Lopez
Seminars held in 2017 and 2018 are detailed in past events.
Thinking through and against borders
Webinar 1: Thinking Through and Against Borders
Webinar 2: Thinking Through and Against Borders
The Power, Policy and Politics reading group
The Power, Policy and Politics reading group was established in 2015 and meets monthly. The aim of the reading group is to foster collegial and constructive discussion around some of the key issues around policy, politics and power in education today, including the role of the state, accountability, data, equity, curriculum and governance. Dr Jessica Gerrard is the group's current convenor.
Policy and Schooling: Community, Citizenship, and Social Change
Conference workshop featuring: Professor Meg Maguire, Professor Julie McLeod, Professor Mary Lou Rasmussen, Professor Marie Brennan, Associate Professor Helen Proctor, Associate Professor Nicole Mockler, Dr Emma Rowe, Dr Eve Mayes, Dr Howard Prosser, Dr Nikki Moodie, Dr Shaun Rawolle, Dr Sophie Rudolph, Dr Glenn Savage, Dr Jessica Gerrard, Elisa Di Grigorio, Sam Oldman and Mary Purcell.
Location: Frank Tate Room, Level 9, 100 Leicester Street
Date: 27 March 2018
Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm
Fee: free, but limited places available.
For more information and to register, visit the Eventbrite listing.
Making. Indigenous. Borders Book Launch & Colloquium
The Making of Indigeneity, Curriculum History, And The Limits of Diversity
Routledge 2018 Ligia (Licho) López López
In the Making of Indigeneity, López interrogates how what is 'indigenous,' as a category of diversity, emerged, has been made, re-made, and is taken up to fund discourses of multiculturalism and intercultualism. Through historical and ethnographic classroom research López devices event-alizing as a methodological approximation to educational research at the limits of 'the educational' to interrogate how liberal and progressive propositions for educating the “Indian” generate particular ways of organizing difference ostensibly meant to serve historically marginalized indigenous peoples. Asking questions of the historical and scientific involvement of anthropology, sociology, law, photography, and education in the making of indigenous as a kind of people, López accounts for the aspirations, activities, and tactics that perpetuate violence on indigenous lives limiting their futurity as un-fixed beings.
Launched by Liz McKinley, Professor of Indigenous Education, The Faculty of Education, University of Melbourne
Location: Frank Tate, Level 9 Faculty of Education
Date: 3 May
Dr Jeanine Leane, Wiradjuri Writer and Senior Lecturer Fac. of Arts, University of Melbourne
Melinda Hinkson, Associate Prof. of Anthropology ADI, Deakin University
Julie McLeod, Professor of Education, University of Melbourne
MC Jay de Los Reyes, PhD Student, University of Melbourne
World Curriculum Studies Conference
Location: Faculty of Education
Date: 9-12 December 2018
For further details visit the Conference website.