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CONVERSATION WITH PROF EMMANUEL MGQWASHU ABOUT RURALITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION STUDIES

Emmanuel has his academic roots in literature, language and education, as he touches upon in this informal conversation with me, as we drove through East London (South Africa) this June when working on a inter-institutional, inter/national project he was leading. Read more about Emmanuel’s publication’s https://scholar.google.co.za/citations?user=296cHr0AAAAJ&hl=en and the SARIHE project https://sarihe.org.za/

Conversation with Dr Cath Camps about inclusion and internal colonisation in UK higher education

Cath and I were fortunate to contribute to two roundtable discussions hosted by the Council of At Risk Academics (CARA) recently, in relation to their work with Syrian academics in exile. While in Istanbul, we took the opportunity to talk about Cath’s interests in higher education, and what continues to inspire, concern and perturb her. … Continue reading Conversation with Dr Cath Camps about inclusion and internal colonisation in UK higher education

Conversation with Dr Tom Parkinson about academic development

Tom has a background in the arts and arts education, as he discusses in our conversation, where aspects of that interest have been retained as traces in his academic development work in the UK and in his role for with displaced academics through the CARA Syrian Programme. He acted as the external advisor for a … Continue reading Conversation with Dr Tom Parkinson about academic development

Conversation with Dr Nikki Kernaghan on internationalisation in research

Nikki has extensive experience working in international education, both in terms of student experience and research development. She has served as a manager, coordinator and evaluation of projects funded by various agencies within higher education institutions in the UK and USA. Nikki and I have promising beginnings: our first meeting was a walk through the … Continue reading Conversation with Dr Nikki Kernaghan on internationalisation in research

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