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Tuesday 23 July 2013, 0930-1630 – Docklands Campus, University of East London

This one day conference is designed for researchers, academics and PhD students with an interest in feminist theory for research.

The conference will include academics whose research work has covered various perspectives on feminist theory. In addition, there will be breakout groups where participants can choose to take part in discussions on women and the economy, intersectionality and reflexivity.

The day includes:
–    Input on feminist research from speakers.
–    Discussions on women and the economy, intersectionality and reflexivity.
–    Networking opportunities.

Speakers include Dr Kath Browne from the University of Brighton, Professor Yvette Taylor, Social and Policy Studies and  Head of the Weeks Centre for Social and Policy Research, London South Bank University; Professor Christina Hughes of Warwick University. Professor Ann Phoenix from the Institute of Education will also be speaking.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

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Critical Race Theory in the UK: What is to be learnt? What is to be done?



Thursday 25th & Friday 26th June 2009

The Institute of Education

University of London

20 Bedford Way

London WC1



Full attendance: £80 inc. VAT



Keynotes include:


Richard Delgado

Jean Stefancic

Kevin Hylton



… With a Panel for Discussion including David Gillborn and Ann Phoenix



Whether you are new to CRT or have some experience of this emerging critical framework this major conference intends to consider the relevance of CRT to our understanding of core issues concerning ‘race’, racism, racialisation, gender, class, sexuality, age and disability in UK higher education.



Papers might explore the following:


·         What is the place for CRT in social theory?

·         How should we theorise ‘race’, racism and racialisation?

·         Do we need to privilege the black voice in the academy?

·         How does ‘race’ interrelate with other social inequalities?

·         Is the classroom a site for antiracist education?



This conference is being held in conjunction with the support of:

The Institute of Education, University of London

The British Sociological Association

The Centre for Research into Diversity in the Professions, Leeds Metropolitan University



In case of queries, please contact Frances Worrall:

Tel: 0121 414 2995




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