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International and Comparative Education Research Seminar

International and Comparative Education Research Seminar

This half-day seminar offers an opportunity for collegial research encounters upon recollecting on the local and regional history within the research field, to the contemporary climate of knowledge exchange and inter-disciplinary re-generation. We invite our near and extended research communities to join us in contributing to the evolving dialogue on furthering the field of International and Comparative Education research from today into the future. The seminar is free of charge. Please register your attendance by November 23rd (click link)

Peter Alheit

Open Seminar with Professor Emeritus Peter Alheit

Professor Peters Alheit's research field includes:

  • international comparative educational research
  • biographical and mentality research
  • civilization processes in transformation societies (example: Brazil)
  • music and dementia. 

Everyone is most welcome to attend!

Tessa Bold

Guest Lecture with Tessa Bold: A comparative project on teachers’ knowledge in the African continent

Tessa Bold is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of International Economic Studies at Stockholm University.  She was previously a Professor of Development   Economics at the University of Frankfurt and holds a DPhil in Economics from Oxford University. All are welcome to attend!

 

Natalie Nielsen

Guest Lecture with Natalie Nielsen: Learning from 'disjuncture' in study abroad

Natalie Nielsen is a doctoral candidate at the Department of Education at Stockholm University. Prior to her PhD studies, Natalie held the position of Director of International Affairs at Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University.

Visit from Tampere University

Visit från Tampere University of Technology and University of Tampere

On October 17, we had guests from two collaborating universities in Finland. Professor Petri Nokelainen and Phd candidate Heta Rintala from Tampere University of Technology and Phd candidate Laura Pylväs from University of Tampere.

Yuto Kitamura

Guest lecture with Yuto Kitamura: Internationalization of Higher Education in Asia

Associate Professor Yuto Kitamura is specialized in comparative education and educational development studies, at Graduate School of Education, University of Tokyo. He has conducted his research extensively on education policy in developing countries, particularly in South and Southeast Asia. Everyone is welcome!

Karen Pashby Lecture 12 September 2017

Guest lecture with Karen Pashby: "Reforming Global Education"?

Dr Karen Pashby researches globalisation of education at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. Everyone is welcome!

Jared Odero

ICT-based Distance Education in Early Post-Apartheid South Africa

Jared O. Odero defended his thesis in International and Comparative Education on June 12. The title of his dissertation is: ICT-based Distance Education - A Study of University Students’ Views and Experiences in Early Post-Apartheid South Africa.

Visit by University of Texas

Doctoral students from the University of Texas Arlington visit the Department

On March 17, Associate Professor of Education Barbara Tobolowsky, University of Texas Arlington, paid a visit to the Department with a delegation of doctoral students. Read more about the visit here.

Khaleda Gani Dutt

The Role of Adult Literacy in Transforming the Lives of Women in Rural India

Khaleda Gani Dutt defends her thesis on April 4. The title of her dissertation is: The Role of Adult Literacy in Transforming the Lives of Women in Rural India: Overcoming Gender Inequalities. Comparative case studies in Bhilwara District Rajasthan & Howrah District West Bengal India.

Ellen Carms disputation puffbild till startsidan

Caught in Culture – Cultural Transformation through HIV/AIDS Prevention Education in Zambia

Ellen Carm defends her thesis on March 31. The title of her dissertation is: Caught in Culture – Cultural Transformation through HIV/AIDS Prevention Education in Zambia.

Diana Garavito-Bermúdez defends her thesis on October 27th

Learning ecosystem complexity – A study on small-scale fishers’ ecological knowledge generation

Diana Garavito-Bermúdez defends her thesis on October 27th. The title of her dissertation is: Learning ecosystem complexity – A study on small-scale fishers’ ecological knowledge generation.

Sydkoreas flagga

A visit by the South Korean Ministry of Education

On September 23 we had a delegation with teachers and policy makers from the South Korean Ministry of Education visiting the department to learn about the VET programme.

Cambodian Ministry of Education Visit

A Visit by the Cambodian Ministry of Education

On May 26th we had a delegation from Cambodia visiting the Department to learn about the Swedish Education system and teacher education, more specifically. As part of the delegation, we also had officials from the Swedish School Inspectorate (Skolinspektionen) and from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).

Julia Gillard

Julia Gillard's Presentation on the Global Partnership for Education

Julia Gillard, Chairwoman of the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) and the former Prime Minister of Australia, visited the Department of Education on May 19th, 2016 and gave a presentation on GPE's work in supporting developing countries to ensure that every child receives a quality basic education, prioritizing the poorest, most vulnerable and those living in fragile and conflict-affected countries.

Group Photo Department of Education and Graduate School of Education

Joint International Seminar with the University of Tokyo

The 2nd Joint International Seminar between the Department of Education at Stockholm University and the Graduate School of Education at Tokyo University was held at Stockholm University from February 23rd-25th, 2016.