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Sociologies of Education Event, Institute of Education, 02 July 2013

You are warmly invited to join us in a day of presentations and discussion featuring some of the current work by members of the sociology section of the Institute of Education, London and discussants Michael Apple (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and Louise Archer (King’s College London).  The event is free and open to all and we particularly welcome academics and research students working within the sociology of education.

Please see below for an overview of the programme.

As places are limited, please register your attendance with Neal Carr (N.Carr@ioe.ac.uk).  In case there is a waiting list and for catering purposes, please also let him know if you can no longer attend.

We look forward to seeing you.

Best wishes,

Annette Braun & the Sociology Section, IOE

When: Tuesday, 02 July 2013

Location: 9-11 Endsleigh Gardens, London WC1H 0EH, Room G16

10-10.30am

Michael Apple, University of Wisconsin-Madison/IOE: Introduction to the day 

10.30am-11.45am

Carol Vincent & Claire Maxwell, IOE: Extending the ways we understand family practices – an intersectional approach to class, race and gender.

11.45am-12.30pm

Humera Iqbal, IOE: Multicultural Parenting: Preparation for Bias Ethnic-Racial Socialisation in British South Asian & White Families in the UK

12.30 – 1.30pm: LUNCH

1.30-2.15pm

Alice Bradbury, IOE: ‘Model minorities’, moveable minorities and discourses of (in)authentic learning

2.15-3.30pm

Stephen J. Ball and Antonio Olmedo, IOE: “Subjectivity as a site of struggle: resisting neoliberal education”

3.30 – 4.30pm

Plenary Discussion: Sociologies of Education – Where next …?

Discussants:     Michael Apple, University of Wisconsin, Visiting Professor IOE. Louise Archer, King’s College London

4.30pm onwards: Book launch and drinks

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