Recordings and powerpoint presentations for Bristol Conversations in Education 2023-2024 series

Click on the links below for a recording or powerpoint slides of previous Bristol Conversations in Education seminars


  • 13:49 I mistakenly say “French base” when I meant “French root”. This is important because I work hard to not confuse those terms
  • 58: 55 I have the wrong date for the David Share data. I have 2011, but it should be 2021.
  • 1:10:39 I say, “If I have a phonological awareness…” What I meant to say is “If I have a phonological awareness deficit….”

20 March - Racial Capitalism, Education and Resistance in South Africa

20 March - Visionary Forethoughts

12 March - Softly non-spoken: designing and using soft robotics as communication aids

Please be sure to switch the video to "gallery view", using the control bar on Zoom, in order to view the demonstrations.

6 March - Exploring the social world through mathematics

21 February - Postdigital Research and Human-Data Interaction

23 January - Brexit and UK Higher Education: Broken Bridges, Turbulent Crossings, and Global Futures


13 December - An international exploration of post-PhD careers

29 November - Students in market-driven higher education: Challenges to identity and political agency

14 November - Do Metrics Matter? Disquantifying Education in the 2020s

07 November - Higher Education in the Islands of Oceania

 01 November - Decolonising Education for Sustainable Futures: Bristol Book Launch

    • Editors: Yvette Hutchinson, Artemio Arturo Cortez Ochoa, Julia Paulson, Leon Tikly
    • Bristol Studies in Comparative and International Education, Bristol University Press

 20 September - Our World Our Futures

    • Dr Claire Lee (Research Fellow for the Children and Young People RIKE (Research, Innovation and Knowledge Exchange) Network, Oxford Brookes University)
    • Dr Aminath Shiyama (Quality Assurance Controller, The Maldives National University)
    • Fathimath Nasiha (Head of Centre for Foundation Studies, The Maldives National University)
    • Fathimath Shafeeqa (Institute of Research and Development (IRD), Maldives)
  • Our World Our Futures (Video, automatic transcript, chat) 
  • Our World Our Futures (Presentation)

18 September The tangled web between refugee rights, capitalism, race and education


    • Dr Ritesh Shah (Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education and Social Work, Critical Studies in Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand)

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