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ANZHES Conference 2018

ANZHES Conference 2018

Saturday 8 December – Monday 10 December 2018,

Women’s College, University of Sydney.

REGISTRATION

Registration for this conference has now closed.

If you wish to attend please contact the convenor, Craig Campbell: craig.campbell@sydney.edu.au

PROGRAM

Registration occurs from 8:30 to 9:30am, Saturday 8 December. The conference welcome and first keynote address begins at 9:30am. Each full day of the conference will be fully catered, that is morning and afternoon teas, and lunch. The conference dinner (optional) occurs from 7pm on Sunday evening, 9 December. This will be at Rubyos Restaurant, King Street, Newtown, a short walk from the conference venue. On Monday 10 December, the conference runs until 1:30, concluding after the closing session and lunch. Registrants will be free from 1:30pm.

ACCOMMODATION

Registrants are advised to arrive in Sydney the previous evening, Friday 7 December. Members of the ANZHES Executive Committee have a meeting at 5pm Friday 7 December. Registrants are to make their own arrangements for accommodation but rooms are available at Women’s College itself. Access the College’s website to make bookings. Otherwise it is best if you book in Newtown or in the area around Central Station in Sydney. Several buses come along the Broadway into City Road from the area around Central Station. Women’s College is a block away from City Road that becomes King Street in Newtown. Opal cards are required to use public transport.

THEME: Outsiders and insiders: Histories of educational access, success and failure

  • individuals and groups experiencing educational institutions and practices
  • the problem of hierarchies in educational institutions and practices
  • the experience of Indigenous: Māori, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
  • making, reforming and over-turning dominant ideologies, discourses and practices in education
  • great, and not so great: leaders who have made school curricula, educational policies and institutions.

 

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