SEMINAR: "nATION, MIGRATION, AND STATE UPBRINGING: Historical, contemporary, and comparative perspectives"
Centre for Education Policy Research invites interested parties to participate in the seminar on historical, contemporary and comparative perspectives regarding nation, migration, and state upbringing. CfU's professor Dr. Mette Buchardt will bid welcome, and assistant professor Hui Li and PhD fellow Pernille Ahrong will act as moderators for the presenters. The seminar takes place at Aalborg University's department in Copenhagen, but it will also be possible to attend through videolink from Aalborg University in Aalborg.
The seminar takes place:
Copenhagen: A. C. Meyers Vænge 15, room 2.1.021
Videolink Aalborg: Kroghstræde 3, room 1.202 (Glassalen)
If you wish to attend, please contact research assistant Nanna Ramsing Enemark (email@example.com) to register.
Welcome by Professor Dr. Mette Buchardt, Centre for Education Policy Research, Aalborg University
Introduction by the moderators, assistant professor Dr. Jin Hui Li and PhD fellow Pernille Ahrong
Scientific assistant and doctoral student Nicole Gotling, University of Vienna:
"The Prussian Wars and the Framing of National Minds: How Prussia and Austria interpreted the Schleswig Wars in Their History Textbooks, 1860s-1930s"
Lecturer Dr. Mante Vertelyte, Roskilde University and Aalborg University:
“Challenges of Antiracist Education in Denmark: Moving from Representation to Affective Experience”
Scientific assistant and doctoral student Christian Andersen, University of Vienna:
"Constructing differences in Early Childhood Centers. Between the political and practical of Kindergartens and their Inspectorates"
Scientific assistant Nanna Ramsing Enemark, Aalborg University:
“Rationales and Consequences of Municipal Decision-Making Regarding Reception Models Aimed at Migrant Students”
Research Assistant, Nanna Ramsing Enemark, firstname.lastname@example.org, +45 60 86 59 81
Note: Presenters will present for 20 minutes, which is followed by an additional 10 minutes allocated for questions and comments.