6th International Critical Theory Conference of Rome

Critical Theory and Education

The provisional schedule for the 6th International Critical Theory Conference of Rome has been circulated to the speakers. Papers related to the topic of  ‘Critical Theory and Education’ are listed below: 

Room 117 MONDAY 6th MAY (AFTERNOON) PARALLEL SESSION 2
14:30 Matthew Charles (Westminster) Crisis and Critique: Mass Education and The Education Industry
15:00 Élise Derroitte (Louvaine) Theatre is the New School: On Benjamin’s theory of Emancipation through Aesthetic Education
 
16:30 Dean Kenning (Kingston University) The Contradictions of Critical Art Discourse within Institutions of Cultural Capital Accumulation
17:00 M. Marinetto, C. Cederstrom (Cardiff University) & S. Dallyn (Swansea University) Walter Benjamin, Critical Pedagogy and the Student Learning Experience: Engaging with the Student Community Not as Learners but as a Public
17:30 S. Jahoda (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) & M. Connor (Queens College, New York) Constructions and Contradictions: Notions of Self and Society in relation to Social Practice Art Pedagogy
Room 117 TUESDAY 7th MAY (AFTERNOON) PARALLEL SESSION 2
15:00 Reese Faust, University of Kentucky One-Dimensional Pedagogy: Marcuse and the Law and Economics Movement

Details concerning the conference venue can be found here:
http://www.luc.edu/rome/study-abroad-programs/study-abroad-in-italy/homeonahill
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