Book Launch Event

Gary Younge – The Speech

The Godfrey Thomson Hall, Thomsons Land, Moray House School of Education, Holyrood Road, Edinburgh

Monday 14th October 2013

View a video of the event here

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List of presentations given by CERES Directors:

Arshad, R (2013) Inaugural Black History Month lecture for the University of Edinburgh ‘From Emancipation to Achievement?’  October 2013

Arshad, R (2013) ‘Left out of the conversation: Black and visible minority ethnic teachers speak’, paper presented at the Diverse Learners, Diverse Teachers Symposium at BERA 2013, University of Sussex

Arshad, R (2012) Attracting International Students: Equitable Services and Support, Campus Cohesion and Community Engagement, Research Dissemination in University of Edinburgh May 2012 and University of Strathclyde August 2012

Arshad, R (2012) Productive and inclusive pedagogies: making this a reality in our academic roles. Keynote address for the HEAcademy conference, Inclusivity in the classroom, Queen Margaret University. 13th September 2012. This resulted in a video interview now located on the HEAcademy site.

Dasli, M (2013). Counter-Stories as Acts of Resistance: Towards an Understanding of Whiteness through Black Talk. 46th BAAL Annual Conference, “Opening New Lines of Communication in Applied Linguistics”, 5 – 7 Sep., 2013, Heriot-Watt University, Scotland, UK.

Dasli, M (2013). Re-thinking Everyday Racism: Towards an Understanding of Prejudiced Discourse. Paper Delivered at the “Interweaving: Connecting Educational Research Within, Across and Between Perspectives” Conference, 4th September, 2013, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

Dasli, M (2013). Storytelling Whiteness: An Analysis of the Linguistic Strategies one 20-year-old Woman from Nigeria Used to Recount her Experiences of Whiteness and White People in the South of England. Paper Delivered at the “Racism and Anti-Racism through Education and Community Practice: An International Exchange” Conference, 26th – 28th June, 2013, Centre for Education for Racial Equality in Scotland (CERES), The University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

Dasli, M (2012). British Studies as a Vehicle for Cross-Cultural Awareness: Pitfalls, Paradoxes and Possibilities. International Association for Languages and Intercultural Communication (IALIC). 11th Annual Conference, “Intercultural Dialogue: Current Challenges/Future Directions”, 30th Nov. – 2nd Dec., 2012, Durham University, England, UK.

Dasli, M (2012). Internationalisation, British Studies and Intercultural Learning: Are Pedagogic Practices Sufficient for Cross-Cultural Understanding? Paper delivered at the “Supporting Internationalisation through Languages and Culture in the 21st Century University” Conference, 19-20 July, 2012, University of Central Lancashire, England, UK

Bassel, L and Emejulu, A (2013) ‘Solidarity in Tough Times: Minority Women in Third Sector Spaces in France and the UK’, Whose Security? Migration (In)Security Dilemmas Ten Years After 9/11, ESRC Seminar Series, University of Warwick, 7th-8th March 2013

Emejulu, A (2013) ‘Minority Women and the Asymmetry of Austerity’, Gender and the Crisis: Economic Transitions, Shifting Relations, Keynote Lecture, Center for Gender and Sexuality, University of Amsterdam, 20th September 2013

Foley, Y (2013) Examining Teachers’ Beliefs about the Reading Literacy Needs of EAL Pupils in Multilingual Classrooms’. BAAL Conference, Heriot-Watt University, September, 2013

Foley, Y (2013) ‘Exploring Teachers’ Beliefs about the Reading Literacy Needs of EAL Pupils’. CERES Conference, The University of Edinburgh, June 2013

Foley, Y (2013)  Language and Literacy Across the Curriculum. SEALC Conference, Scotland, November, 2012

Hancock, A (2012) Unraveling researcher and participant Identities. ESRC Research Seminar Researching language in education in diverse, twenty-first century classrooms, University of Edinburgh, 10 September 2012

Hancock, A (2013) The place of EAL in Scottish language education policy. SATEAL National Conference 9 March 2013 (Keynote presentation)

Konstantoni, K (2013) ‘We’re all friends in nursery’: Moving beyond the slogan and ‘safe’ approaches while promoting social justice in early childhood. Centre for Education for Racial Equality in Scotland (CERES), 27th June 2013, The University of Edinburgh

Weedon, E., Riddell, S., McCluskey, G. and Konstantoni, K. (2013) Everyday school practices and home/school relationships. Muslim Families’ Experiences of the Education System in England and Scotland. What are the key messages of the research for policy and practice? Dissemination Event. Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity (CREID)

Weedon, E., Riddell, S., McCluskey, G. and Konstantoni, K. (2012) The impact of social class and religion on Muslim parents’ choice of school in England and Scotland. European Conference European Research (ECER). 19th September 2012, Cádiz

Fizz, S., Konstantoni, K. and Gallacher, L. (2012) (Invited talk) Children and Young People in Research and Academia. A One Day Conference Investing in Children: Promoting The Rights Of Children and Young People From The Bottom Up. 28th September 2012.  Organised by: Investing in Children, Scottish Social Services Council and The University of Edinburgh,UK.

Konstantoni, K (2012) Thinking through diversity: lessons from children’s relationships within early years settings. 4th International Conference: Celebrating Childhood Diversity. 9th -11th July 2012, Centre for the Study of Childhood and Youth, University of Sheffield