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Apple delivers two lectures overseas on ‘The Challenges of Critical Education’

November 09, 2018

UW-Madison’s Michael Apple recently delivered two presentations in Europe.

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Apple is the John Bascom Professor Emeritus of Curriculum and Instruction, and Educational Policy Studies.

Apple delivered the Sara Fielden Memorial Lecture on “The Challenges of Critical Education” at the University of Manchester in England.

He then went on to give the Studia Generalia Lecture on “The Challenges of Critical Education” at The University of the Arts in Helsinki, Finland.

Apple is regarded as one of the most important and influential education scholars of our time, and has made significant contributions to the development of critical educational theory, research and practice.  His books, “Ideology and Curriculum,” and “Official Knowledge,” were listed as being among the 50 most significant education books during the 20th century.

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