Fourth Annual Conference on Learner Identity
Date: 12 - 13 July 2012
Venue: Edge Hill University, Faculty of Education
Organisation: Centre for Learner Identity Studies (CLIS)
The Centre for Learner Identity Studies (CLIS) is Edge Hill University’s Faculty of Education Research Centre. CLIS aims to bring together scholars whose research examines or critiques the socio-cultural context that gives rise to the diversity of learner identities, and the pedagogical conditions that affect and determine identity formation and transformation. You can find out more about CLIS and about our 2010 and 2011 conferences by visiting: edgehill.ac.uk/clis
Conference Themes: Identity – State – Education
We are delighted to announce our fourth annual conference themed around
‘Identity – State – Education’ and to invite practitioners, researchers, and policymakers interested in these issues nationally and internationally to attend and to engage with and share research focused around questions of learner identity.
Call for Abstracts
Abstracts are invited on any of the topics linked to our conference themes and that relate, directly or indirectly, to the broad conference strand headings below. These strand headings are indicative only and they are by no means exhaustive. Abstracts on additional topics and themes will also be considered:
- Learner Identities
- Institutions and Structures
- Educational Policy
Proposals are invited for symposia, individual papers and round table presentations.