Just Education and Pedagogy for Justice
Welcome to webinar organized by the University of Oslo, Department of Education, in collaboration with the Department of Education, University of Cyprus.
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08.20 (Norwegian time): Connection. Welcoming Comments.
08.30: First Paper, Torill Strand, Thinking a Pedagogy for Justice Now: Political philosophy of Education in a Time of Pandemic
09.00: Second Paper, Kalli Drousioti, Jouissance and the Lack of the Symbolic: (Un)Doing justice to (and) the subject of education
09.30: Third Paper, Eevi Elisabeth Beck, A Covid Climate in which Black Lives Matter: Collapse of ‘the View from Nowhere’
10.00: Short Coffee Break
10.15: Fourth Paper, Mark Debono, Time of Justice in Education: A Contrasting Look between the “to come” of Gert Biesta’s justice and the “now” of Marianna Papastephanou’s justice
10.45: Fifth Paper, Kjetil Horn Hogstad, A Materialist Semiotic Perspective on Justice in Education
11.15: Sixth Paper, Inga Bostad, Educational Reasoning in Times of Crisis
11.45: Lunch Break
13.15: Seventh Paper, Elin Rødahl Lie, Gender Equality, third, fourth or fifth act? A critical analysis of Nordic educational discourses on gender equality
13.45: Eighth Paper, Ole Andreas Kvamme, Justice and Education in the Anthropocene: The Case of Norwegian Oil Museum
14.15: Ninth and Closing Paper, Marianna Papastephanou, And That’s Not All: faces and surfaces of justice in philosophy of education