Is there a place for Intersectionality in Educational research?

Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Implications
International Research Workshop,
HumUS, Örebro University

Part I, October 7-9 2009
Part II, April 27 2010

If indeed intersectionality is as claimed "a major paradigm of research", it is perhaps high time to consider and appraise how this "analytical tool" may of relevance in human and educational research. The need "to satisfy the demand for complexity", as indicated in research in this area, is as acute in the field of education as in any other area of human social life.

Given the many dimensions that shape human social life, the study of the interrelatedness of traditional categories and the finer intersections between them is likely to lead to more perceptive and productive analyses in the multidisciplinary and broad area that is today known as the educational sciences.
With this framework this International Research Workshop intends to be a forum for:
-Presentation and discussion of research outcomes of various kinds dealing with intersectionality
-Discussion of conceptual and methodological implications of the use of intersectionality in research with relevance to the field of education.

Key note speakers

Professor Mirian Goldenberg
Department of Anthropology, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Professor Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta
School of Humanities Education and Social Sciences (HumES), Örebro University, Sweden

Contact and confirmation:

kicki.ekberg@oru.se

Organizers and venue

This Research Workshops is organized by the Research Group KKOM-DS (Communication, Culture and Diversity-Deaf Studies) at Örebro University, Sweden.

The workshops venue is at campus of Örebro university in Örebro.

Information about Örebro University Campus

Organizing committee:

Chairs:
Associate Professor Lázaro Moreno Herrera
Assistant professor Åsa Wedin

 

Organizers and venue

Key note Speakers part I

Program part I

Travel information


Program part II

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