Centre for International Education (CIE)


Breaking nexus among landlessness, poverty and lack of quality education in rural Pakistan: The "SUCCESS" approach

Thursday 26 October from 13:00 until 14:00
Essex House Seminar Room 18
CIE Research Cafe
Dr Abdur Rehman Cheema, Charles Wallace Research Fellow, Cardiff University, UK

In this presentation Abdur will draw on research work undertaken during the implementation of an ongoing European Union funded six-year programme.

PhD Open Evening

Wednesday 1 November from 16:00 until 19:30

Our annual PhD Open Evening is an excellent opportunity to meet faculty and PhD students and find out more about studying for a PhD.

Teacher Education in a Context of Occupation and Siege: The case of Gaza

Monday 6 November from 16:30 until 18:00
Room 203, Fulton
ESW Open Seminar Series
Dr Mariam Attia, Lecturer in Education, University of Sussex

Mariam describes an online Arabic language teaching programme created as a way of recognising the human aspirations of besieged teachers in Gaza.

What’s Happened - and Happening - with Tribal Identities and ‘Development’ since India’s Independence?

Thursday 9 November from 16:30 until 18:00
Room 113, Fulton
ESW Open Seminar Series
Felix Padel, Professor of Sociology/Anthropology, India

Has India learned from its indigenous cultures, or have tribal communities been inducted into modern values of competition and financial profit?

Theorising the political within the doxa and doing of Early Years Education teaching

Thursday 16 November from 13:00 until 14:00
Rom G35, Jubilee, University of Sussex
CIE Research Café
Dr Rebecca Webb, Lecturer in Early Years and Primary Education, University of Sussex

Dr Webb will draw on her thinking on the post-graduate Early Years Education course to pose questions about 'what counts' locally and globally.

The accidental enterprise: Ethical consumption as commerce

Wednesday 22 November from 16:00 until 17:30
Jubilee 115
MFM Research Seminar Series
Dr Kim Humphery (RMIT University, Melbourne, Victoria)

Kim Humphery has developed an international reputation for her work on the history, theorisation and politics of consumption and consumerism.