Faith and Education: What can we learn from our educational past? Call for papers and registrations

Posted on by Aidan Thompson

Prof. Stephen Parker will host a Symposium and public lecture on ‘Faith and Education: What can we learn from our educational past?’ on 12-13 May 2022. The event will take place in Worcester as a joint Symposium between the Society for Educational Studies and The University of Worcester Religion and Society Research Group.

The Symposium will include a keynote lecture by SES Chair Professor James Arthur, as well as a public lecture in Worcester Cathedral by Rev. Nigel Genders, Chief Education Officer of the Church of England.

The event is free but registration is essential via this link as places are limited.

There is also a call for papers for delegates interested in speaking at the Symposium.

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