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Schooled Towards What Ends? Contingent Hospitality and Contested Belonging in the Afterlives of the War on Terror

Drawing upon his extensive research with youth in secondary schools in Jordan, the US, and France, Dr. Shirazi’s talk will trace how the relationship between schooling and the formation of youth political subjectivities unfolds in times of uncertainty and flux, and how comparative approaches to educational research may generate new conceptual and methodological insights. 
Date
Monday, November 12, 2018
Time
12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Location
159 Education Building
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53706
Description

Drawing upon his extensive research with youth in secondary schools in Jordan, the US, and France, Dr. Shirazi’s talk will trace how the relationship between schooling and the formation of youth political subjectivities unfolds in times of uncertainty and flux, and how comparative approaches to educational research may generate new conceptual and methodological insights. 

Dr. Roozbeh Shirazi, Assistant Professor in the Comparative and International Development Education at the University of Minnesota

This event is part of International Education Week and sponsored by the School of Education Dean's Office, Center for European Studies, and the Education Studies Series.

Cookies, fruit, coffee, and tea will be available. 

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