Subject: Psychoanalytic perspectives on teaching and learning - 2nd call for papers
Psychoanalytic perspectives on teaching and learning: Getting under the
skin of teaching and learning.
A conference in Canterbury
To be hosted by The Centre for International Studies of Diversity and
Participation, Canterbury Christ Church University, from Friday 4th to
Saturday 5th December 2009
Psychoanalytic theories, in their diversity, provide a unique framework
that leads us to consider how the human mind, self, subjectivity,
thinking and emotionality develop and what impact this may have on
relationships. The role of learning and education are continuous and
ever present features of human experience. This conference will seek to
provide an opportunity to explore how psychoanalytic theory, broadly
defined, can be used in the study and understanding of the many
relationships and processes that are present throughout the educational
experience of lifelong learners.
We would welcome papers/workshops etc that consider these issues
theoretically and clinically as well as in using research into learning
and education in its widest sense. This can include consideration of the
kinds of research that are appropriate for illuminating such
relationships and processes.
Please see the attached flyer and proposed programme for further
information or visit our website.
Department of Educational Research, NDRf09
Canterbury Christ Church University
Direct line-01227 782992
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