CR&DALL Seminar Series 2014-15: Authentic Dialogues for Intercultural Understanding – Transformative Adult Education in Action

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School of Education, University of Glasgow
St. Andrews Building, Room 237a
11 Eldon Street
Glasgow G3 6NH
United Kingdom
Friday, 31 October, 2014 - 13:00 to 15:00

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Presented by Professor Carmel Borg (University of Malta), the seminar will blend theoretical insights into the meaning of authentic dialogues with practical and experiential knowledge regarding the limits and possibilities of such dialogues. The presentation will foreground Paulo Freire’s (1921-­‐1997) concept of a genuine dialogical approach to knowledge production as an antidote to a teacher-­‐centred approach where transmission and coverage of knowledge represents the beginning and end of the educational act.

Carmel Borg is Associate Professor in the Department of Education Studies, at the Faculty of Education, University of Malta. He lectures in: sociology of education, curriculum theory, development and design; critical pedagogy; adult education for community development; and parental involvement in education. He is the author, co-­‐author and editor of a number of books, papers in academic journals and chapters in books that foreground the relationship between education, democracy and social justice. For the past two decades he has interpreted key critical pedagogy issues for the Maltese public, using both the traditional as well as the new media. Prof Borg is also involved in a number of community-­‐based projects focusing on critical literacy and active citizenship.

All are welcome. Please RSVP to cradall@gla.ac.uk to book your place.

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