The next Public Pedagogies Institute Conference will take place on November 23 and 24, 2017.
If you are interested in participating in our next conference as a presenter or workshop leader submissions are now open. Those interested in developing a performance, art project or other event are also invited to contact us with their ideas for the program. Please see the 2017 Call for Papers for more information.
Further details or the 2017 conference will be available here closer to the event.
Click here to download the Call for Papers Flyer.
Details below are from the 2016 conference.
Public Pedagogies Conference 2016
The Public Pedagogies Institute Conference 2016 will feature a workshop and conference program that will take place over three days from November 28 – 30, 2016.
Workshops will be held on the first day, with presentations, panels, and other events to take place over the second and third day.
Keynote speakers for the 2016 conference
First Keynote Speaker – Tuesday, November 29
Professor Kate Hodgkin
Professor Hodgkin became a member of the Raphael Samuel History Centre team in 2004, and University of East London Director in the Centre since 2013. Most recently she has been very much involved in organising the big conference held this summer to mark the twentieth anniversary of Raphael Samuel’s death, Radical Histories/ Histories of Radicalism. Professor Hodgkin’s keynote will address the ways that Raphael Samuel’s work emphasised history beyond the university, how the Centre has tried to follow that through, and how the changing character and politics of higher education in the UK and beyond has reshaped the work of the Raphael Samuel History Centre. Professor Hodgkin also has a broad interest in work relating to history and memory, the history of the emotions, and history and psychoanalysis.
Second Keynote Speaker – Wednesday, November 30
Dr Sally Bryant
Dr Sally Bryant has twenty five years of experience in nature conservation policy, planning and research, and an in-depth knowledge of threatened birds and island ecosystems. Sally is an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Tasmania, sits on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Ecological Management & Restoration, and has travelled widely, publishing on a range of conservation and natural history issues. Sally manages the science program of the Tasmanian Land Conservancy -Tasmania’s second largest private land owner. The vision of the TLC is for Tasmania to be a global leader in nature conservation, and in many ways that vision is close to attainment. This address reinforces that the most effective way to achieve nature conservation is in partnership with others through the four C’s philosophy of: Conservation, Commerce, Community and Culture. Sally also believes that the more we learn the less we know, but by fostering a connection to place, ‘anything is possible’.
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