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Critical Realism for a Marxist Sociology of Education

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Forskargrupperna KRIT (IPS) och KRUF (IPDD) ihop med USK bjudit in Grant Banfield från University of South Australia för att diskutera skärningspunkten mellan kritisk realism och marxistisk utbildningssociologi. Seminariet följer upp tidigare diskussioner i grupperna men alla som är intresserade av kritisk realism och vad en sådan ansats kan betyda för kritisk pedagogisk forskning är välkomna. Som läsunderlag rekommenderas Grants bok Critical Realism for a Marxist Sociology of Education, men även de texter som nämns i inbjudan nedan.

Seminarium
Datum
1 feb 2022
Tid
09:00 - 11:00
Plats
Zoom

During the seminar, we will be visited by Dr. Grant Banfield from the Centre for Research in Educational and Social Inclusion at the University of South Australia. Grant will introduce us to his 2016 book Critical Realism for a Marxist Sociology of Education, and together we will discuss the relation between Critical Realism and Marxism and more generally what a Critical Realist approach brings to critical social research. The seminar is open to anyone that is interested in these themes. To prepare, you can look at Grant's book in advance, and also (where relevant to you) check out the following articles:

Banfield, G. (Forthcoming) ‘Critical Realism’ in A. Maisuria (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Marxism and Education. Leiden: Brill.

Banfield, G. (2020) ‘Essence’ in S. Themelis (ed.) Critical Reflections on the Language of Neoliberalism in Education: Dangerous Words and Discourses of Possibility.

Banfield, G. (2020) 'Critical Realism for Ethnography’ in G. W. Noblit (ed.) The Oxford Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research Methods in Education. Oxford: Oxford University Press. DIO: 10.1093/acref/9780190643751.001.0001

 

Zoom-länk: https://gu-se.zoom.us/j/64732190323?pwd=WEZUMm5yTVVHUUJ4ejhTNHNxcTYyZz09

Meeting ID: 647 3219 0323

Lösenord: Kontakta Alexandra Söderman för att få lösenordet.

 

The session will be in English. Most welcome!

KRIT, KRUF and the Sociology of Education Collegium