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Funds of Knowledge for the 21st century: Towards pedagogical justice in div

12 March: 10.00-17.15 onl

Funds of Knowledge for the 21st century: Towards pedagogical justice in diverse societies

Liverpool Hope University

12 March 2021

Online

 

[#towardspedagogicaljustice]

 

 

This event aims to bring together scholars and practitioners to exchange perspectives on working with young people’s local ‘funds knowledge’ and imagine pedagogies that harness diversity and create richer opportunities. The symposium invites newer and more established scholars, students and practitioners to develop a set of proposals on the future of the FoK approach. The event aims to launch an international network of researchers and practitioners, inspiring future collaborations.

 

Free registration is now open via the event website: https://www.hope.ac.uk/education/events/fundsofknowledgeforthe21stcentury/

 

Speakers and programme

 

Opening address

Professor Bill Chambers, Liverpool Hope University, UK

 

‘From Funds of Knowledge to Funds of Identity. Sustaining and articulating pedagogically learners’ voices and lived experiences’ 

Professor Moises Esteban-Guitart, University of Girona, Spain

 

‘Towards a visual-textual dialectic for identifying and interpreting digital funds of identity'

Dr Adam Poole, Ningbo, China

 

‘Towards a holistic and culturally responsive approach to knowers, knowledges and ways of knowing’

Professor Pat Thomson, University of Nottingham, UK

 

 ‘The Power of Living Knowledge; Re-imagining horizontal knowledge’ 

Professor Gabrielle Ivinson, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

 

‘A funds of knowledge approach to developing community-engaged graduate student scholar cohorts in the arts and sciences’

Dr Lisa H. Schwartz, University of Colorado Boulder, USA

 

Panel discussion with education and community practitioners 

Adam Duckworth, Learning and Participation Team Leader, International Slavery Museum, Liverpool, UK.

Adam researches on Liverpool’s role in the Transatlantic Slave Trade and its Legacies. 

Lois South, Museum Young Ambassador, and Respect Group Board Member, International Slavery Museum, UK.

Lois researches on Black British WomXn’s History.

 

Registration

 

For more information and free registration visit the event website: https://www.hope.ac.uk/education/events/fundsofknowledgeforthe21stcentury/
Please register by 5th March 2021, 5pm.

 

The event will be held as a zoom webinar. The joining instructions will be provided upon registration. 

 

 

Contact Details

 

Dr Konstanze Spohrer: spohrek@hope.ac.uk

Dr Carly Bagelman: bagelmc@hope.ac.uk

Dr Rosie Germain: germair@hope.ac.uk

 

 

 

The event has been funded by the Sociological Review Foundation [www.thesociologicalreview.com] and the Centre for Education and Policy Analysis (CEPA) at Liverpool Hope University

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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