Utopia – what are we supposed to actually do?
My new paper, just out, uses Levitas’s ‘utopia as method’ as a way to approach the histories of digital education and its utopian possibilities.
The recording from my recent ‘work-in-progress’ seminar at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities is now online. It’s on the theme of utopia, re-imagining possibility through Ruth Levitas’ Utopia as Method.
I recently recorded a podcast with Felipe Sánchez, as part of the ‘future of education’ series at Lancaster University.
The recording from our recent workshop on Reimagining Universities is now available. So is the Miro board.
I’m on sabbatical for six months with a Fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities where I’m working on two new ideas.
A recent podcast episode with Martin Hawksey, Emma McAllister and James Lamb, in which we discuss the Edinburgh Futures Institute ‘fusion’ teaching model, is now out.
Jen Ross, Michael Gallagher and I wrote a new set of speculative scenarios and short stories for the futures of universities.
Our 2022 Research Centre report celebrates the diversity of our research and its championing of work addressing educational inequalities, digital and data ethics and education futures.
“We have the opportunity now to broaden our concept of what university is…”