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Speaker: Professor Matt Baillie Smith (Northumbria University) Title: International development and development education: instrumental, everyday and co-produced solidarities

Critical scholarship on solidarity to re-think recent trends

A Graduate School of Education seminar
Speaker(s)Professor Matt Baillie Smith (Northumbria University)
Date3 June 2014
Time13:00
PlaceBaring Court 114

This paper uses critical scholarship on solidarity to re-think recent trends in development education and global citizenship education policy and practice. I use a hopeful lens to argue that a focus on development educations capacity to mobilise new development knowledges reveals a role for it in shaping a new language and practice of international development and citizenship that moves beyond established spatial imaginaries of rich and poor. (More on the abstract is available in the attached document).


Abstract


Intended audienceStaff and students from Exeter University, visitors from other educational institutions and partnership schools.
Registration informationBooking is not required.
CostNone.
OrganizerTamara Snell
Tel01392724917
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Attachments
Professor_Matt_Baillie_Smith.pdfProfessor Matt Baillie Smith's Biography and Abstract (200K)
Professor_Matt_Baillie_Smith_s_PowerPoint_Presentation.pdfProfessor Matt Baillie Smith's PowerPoint presentation (1212K)

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