Kaleidoscope Graduate Student Research Conference Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, May 29th & 30th, 2014
Posted on behalf of The Kaleidoscope Team 2014
Dear postgraduate students,
Kaleidoscope is an annual, two-day conference hosted by research students at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK. It is aimed at the needs of current research students in the broad field of education studies, and seeks to provide a space where research students can connect with others, find inspiration, and share their own in-progress research in a supportive environment.
This year’s theme, ‘Opening up the Ivory Tower’, challenges us to reflect on the troubling question of how our educational research does or does not connect us to others, inside and outside of academia. Our keynote speaker is Prof. David Bridges, whose work combines rigorous academic research and writing with profoundly practical and outward-focused projects, and we look forward to his reflections on the theme. The Kaleidoscope Team encourages students to consider creative and interactive ways of communicating their in-progress research. The conference will feature a range of presentations, workshops, panel discussions, and social events.
Submissions open on March 1st and close on March 31st. For full information see our website:
We hope to see you in Cambridge in May!
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