Open lecture, Philip Roberts: Spatial Justice and its Implications for Rural Studies

Philip Roberts is an Associate Professor in Curriculum Inquiry & Rural Education at the University of Canberra, where he convenes units across the fields of Educational Sociology and Curriculum Inquiry. His major ongoing research focuses on place, the sustainability of rural communities, and the interests of the least powerful in our society. Philip’s work is situated within rural sociology, the sociology of knowledge, educational sociology and social justice and is informed by the spatial turn in social theory and sustainability. Philip is the research leader for the Rural Education and Communities research group.

More information about Philip Roberts and his research can be found here: https://researchprofiles.canberra.edu.au/en/persons/philip-roberts

When: 22.10.18 kl. 11:15 – 12:00

Where: Teorifagsbygget hus 1 room 1.417 (Campus Tromsø – Breivika)

 

The guest lecture is organized by the research group Space and Time in Education and the research project RUR-ED Spatial Inequalities and Spatial Justice in Education.

 

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