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Cambridge

Cambridge

EDUCATION IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT: CRITICAL VOICES, CRITICAL TIMES

 

 

CONFERENCE

Is the Student Really at the Heart of Higher Education? Critical Voices, Critical Times

The 5th Education in a Changing Environment Conference will be held at the University of Salford, 15-16 September 2009.

The conference will focus on four main themes that are key aspects of the changes affecting higher education:

* Giving Voice to the Student Experience: methods, approaches and evidence

* Emerging Technologies, the Curriculum and Student Engagement

* Student Diversity, Internationalisation and Managing Change

* Scholarship as Critical Pedagogy

The conference will provide a forum for colleagues involved in research in these areas to present papers, workshops and posters and to discuss the implications of change in relation to their findings.

For further information contact Eamon O’Doherty: E.N.ODoherty@Salford.ac.uk Tel: +44 (0) 161 295 2899

ECE website: http://www.ece.salford.ac.uk

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Wonderful Town

Wonderful Town

CROSSROADS 2010

 

The 8th Crossroads Conference in Cultural Studies will be hosted by the Department of Cultural Studies jointly with Kwan Fong Cultural Research & Development Programme of Lingnan University in HONG KONG during June 17-21, 2010. Please check the details at our conference website: http://www.crossroads2010.org

This year we are very pleased to have invited the following keynote and plenary speakers:

   * Katherine GIBSON (Australia)

   * Tony BENNETT (UK/Australia)

   * Anne BALSAMO (US)

   * Nilufer GOLE (Turkey/France)

   * Josephine HO (Taiwan)

   * Sandro MEZZADRA (Italy)

   * PUN Ngai (China)

   * Vinod RAINA (India)

   * Andrew ROSS (US)

   * Catherine WALSH (Ecuador)

As always, we are open to all innovative topics in Cultural Studies. There is certainly no boundary of your scholarly thinking; however, we do have some suggested topics listed in the section “Topic Suggestions” in the conference website as food for thoughts. Please also refer to the section on “Panels and Proposals” in the conference website for the submission guidelines.

Please submit your proposals by *December 31st, 2009* to the Academic Programme Sub-committee at: xroads@LN.edu.hk

We look forward to receiving your proposals soon!

Crossroads 2010 Academic Programme Sub-committee

Academic Director: Professor Meaghan MORRIS, Department of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University

Committee Members:

* Professor Stephen Ching-kiu CHAN, Dept of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University

* Professor John Nguyet ERNI, Dept of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University

* Dr Helen GRACE, Dept of Cultural & Religious Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

* Professor Mette Anne HJORT, Dept of Philosophy, Lingnan University

* Dr Po-keung HUI, Dept of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University

* Dr Wing-sang LAW, Dept of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University

* Dr Angel LIN, Dept of English, City University of Hong Kong

* Dr Shuang SHEN, Dept of Chinese, Lingnan University

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