This collection of essays, co-edited with Joris Vlieghe and Piotr Zamojski, has just been published by Springer. The contributing authors each take a different approach to the articulation of a ‘post-critical’ view of the university, to draw out a different aspect of what is ‘educational’ today in the university. You can read more about theContinue reading “Post-critical Perspectives on Higher Education: Reclaiming the Educational in the University”
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Doing academia in “COVID-19 Times”
Tony Carusi, Mario Di Paolantonio, Naomi Hodgson, Stefan Ramaekers Since lockdowns began, time has taken on a quite different quality. For many of us, days are no longer ordered according to our usual schedules: school drop off, making the train, meetings, teaching, scheduling tomorrow and next week, school pick up, social activity/children’s after school activity,Continue reading “Doing academia in “COVID-19 Times””
‘The digitisation – and depoliticisation – of the parent’, seminar in Glasgow
I’ll be in Glasgow in a couple of weeks to give a PESGB seminar at the University of Strathclyde. I’ll be talking about recent work on what apps have brought to the parenting culture. Details and abstract can be found below. You don’t have to be a PESGB member to come along, but do letContinue reading “‘The digitisation – and depoliticisation – of the parent’, seminar in Glasgow”
Humans Raising Humans?
Just published in the latest Philosophy of Education Yearbook, ‘Humans Raising Humans? Technology, Community, and the Depoliticization of the Parent’, looks at how parenting apps show what is at stake in the ‘parenting’ account of raising children. Co-written with Stefan Ramaekers, the article is free to download here.
The digitisation of parenting
The forthcoming article in Families, Relationships, and Societies is summarised in this handy one page summary … Also available in pdf
New article in Families, Relationships, and Societies coming soon
‘Parenting apps and the depoliticisation of the parent,’ an article I co-authored with Stefan Ramaekers, is coming soon in the journal Families, Relationships, and Societies, as part of a Special Issue edited by Rachel Rosen and Charlotte Faircloth, ‘Childhood, Parenting Culture, and Adult-Child Relations in Transnational Perspectives’. Here’s the abstract: This article considers the implicationsContinue reading “New article in Families, Relationships, and Societies coming soon”
PESGB Gregynog Conference: places still available
There is still time to book for this year’s PESGB Gregynog Conference, which takes place in mid-Wales from 22nd to 24th July. We’re really excited about the line-up and hope you can join us. All the information you need is here. But if you still have questions, get in touch.
PESGB Gregynog Conference 2019
Booking opens soon for this year’s Gregynog Conference, part of the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain’s annual calendar of events. This small yet perfectly formed event takes place in mid-Wales from 22nd to 24th July. More details from the PESGB website, or see below for the line-up … David Aldridge Why faith communitiesContinue reading “PESGB Gregynog Conference 2019”
Philosophical Presentations of Raising Children
E-book available now. Hardback due 16.4.19 and available to pre-order here.
Manifesto for a Post-Critical Pedagogy book now fully open access
Thanks to Punctum Books’ graduated open access policy, the book Manifesto for a Post-Critical Pedagogy is now free to download from their website. Or, you can make a small donation to help with the costs of running an independent scholarly publishing company. The book features the original Manifesto, co-written with Joris Vlieghe and Piotr Zamojski,Continue reading “Manifesto for a Post-Critical Pedagogy book now fully open access”