Funds of Knowledge for the 21st Century: Towards Pedagogical Justice in Diverse Societies

The event has been funded by the Sociological Review Foundation as part of the Sociological Review Seminar Series, and the Centre for Education and Policy Analysis (CEPA) at Liverpool Hope University.

Date: Friday 12th March 2021, 10:00 – 17:15

Location: online

The symposium aims to bring together scholars and practitioners to exchange perspectives on working 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.

Speakers:

Professor Bill Chambers, Liverpool Hope University, UK

Professor Moises Esteban-Guitart, University of Girona, Spain

Dr Adam Poole, Ningbo, China

Professor Pat Thomson, University of Nottingham, UK

Professor Gabrielle Ivinson, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

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

Full programme available here.

Registration

Registration is free for all participants.
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

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