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reading room 24/03/2021Reino Unido

Practice Theory Reading Rooms

Since the spring of 2020, an international network of academics interested in theories of practice have organized a series of Reading Rooms.  Each Room discusses a single text and is attended by the text’s author.  All Rooms occur on a Wednesday and  last for 1.5 hours: roughly 50 minutes discussion of the selected text followed by a response by its author(s) and then an open discussion.  The start time for the sessions is 11 am British time.

The next three Rooms are below.  Any of them can be “watched” by clicking on the appropriate link found on the Practice Theory website housed at Lancaster University (  Anyone interested in actively participating in one or more of the sessions is invited to contact one of the organizers:  Stanley Blue (, Ted Schatzki (, or Elizabeth Shove (

  1. January 20  Thomas Alkemeyer and Nikolaus Buschmann, Oldenburg University

    "Beyond routine. Practice theory and cultural innovation” (unpublished paper to be distributed  week of 11.1)

  2. February 17  Mervi Kaukko and Jane Wilkinson, University of Oulu/Monash University

    “’Learning How to Go on’: Refugee students and informal learning practices.” International Journal of Inclusive Education, published online 05.09.2018

  3. March 24  Basil Wiesse, Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

    “Situated Affectation as a Practical Problem” (unpublished paper to be distributed)

publicaciÓn 31/03/2021Francia


Libro reciente

Información y transparencia: cuadros de indicadores de las escuelas en América Latina

Autor: Alejandra Brito

Publicado por:
Instituto Internacional de Planeamiento de la Educación
7–9 rue Eugène Delacroix, 75116 París, Francia

En este estudio se examina la utilidad de los cuadros de indicadores escolares desarrollados en 15 países de América Latina en materia de transparencia, rendición de cuentas y lucha contra la corrupción.


research project 31/01/2021Reino Unido

 A message from Timothy Garton Ash 

The coronavirus is also a crisis of Europe – and an opportunity to show the added value of Europe, in various forms of solidarity. 

If, like most of us, you're at home and have some time to spare, do please tell us your formative, best and worst European moments. All you need is a smartphone, an internet connection, and about 10 minutes of your time. Start here

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Stay safe, and all best wishes, 

Timothy Garton Ash 

on behalf of the Europe's Stories project of the Dahrendorf Programme for the Study of Freedom at Saint Antony's College, University of Oxford