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Identities, inequalities, education: sociology for social justice with youth in (and out) of school

5:30 pm to 6:45 pm, 16 May 2019

Professor Louise Archer #IOELectures

Why are educational inequalities so powerful and resistant to change? And how might they be challenged?

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Kate Thomas

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Jeffery Hall
UCL Institute of Education
20 Bedford Way
London
WC1H 0AL
United Kingdom

 

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Why are educational inequalities so powerful and resistant to change? And how might they be challenged?

This talk explores how systemic injustices marginalise, oppress and exclude young people through formal and informal educational systems and settings.

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About the Speaker

Professor Louise Archer

at Department of Education, Practice and Society, UCL Institute of Education

Louise Archer is the Karl Mannheim Professor of Sociology of Education at UCL Institute of Education. She is co-chair (with Jessica Ringrose) of the Centre for Sociology of Education and Equity (CSEE).

More about Professor Louise Archer