Dr Greg William Misiaszek, Beijing Normal University, China
Dr Greg Misiaszek is a Freirean and a critical comparative educator. His most recent resesarch is on the intersections between Global Citizenship Education (GCE) and environmental pedagogies, including Education for Sustaintable Development (ESD), as they coincide and conflict with various spheres of citizenship (from local to planetary) and citizenship education models. His comparative ecopedagogical research has focused on how socio-environmental connections are taught, not taught, or mis-taught, and the local/global political reasons why.
Before working at Beijing Normal University he worked for nearly 20 years at the School of Gerontology, University of Southern California (USC), helping to develop and manage educational and transformative programmes focused on ending vaious types of social injustices including ageism, elder abuse, and disability discrimination.
Dr Ros Grey, Goldsmiths
Ros Grey is a Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, Critical Studies in the Art Department at Goldsmiths.
Her research explores the trajectories of militant filmmaking, particularly in relation to liberation struggles and revoluntionary movemnets in Mozambique, Angola, Portugal, Guinea-Bissau and Burkina Faso, and more recently with the intersections between artistic practices and decolonial environmentalism.
She is on the Editorial Board of Third Text, and is currently preparing two publications - a monograph entitled The Cinemas of Mozambican Revolution, and a special issue of Third Text on the topic of Botanical Conflicts: Contemporary Art and the Politics of Soil and Planting.
Ms. Connie Kwong, Durham University
Connie Kwong is a PhD candidate in Geography. She obtained her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Hong Kong. Her current research is to understand international volunteering in Asia through the discussion of everyday ethics and responsibility using a case study of volunteers from the Greater China Region.
Mrs Lynsey Finnemore, Durham University
Lynsey Finnemore is Vice Principal at Ustinov College, where she directs the Global Citizenship Programme and is responsible for developing a wide range of activities aimed at furthering the College and University strategy, especially in relation to building a strong research culture in the College, creating opportunities for personal development of students and assisting in the realisation of the College’s vision and mission.
|1800||Conference Dinner at Durham Cathedral Cafe|
|25 August - Conference Day|
|0845||Registration and Coffee|
Transformative Environmental Pedagogies Within and Between Citizenships: Local to Global to Planetary Citizenship
Planetary cosmopolitics through art making
|1045||Stef Chester||Northumbrian Water|
Ecological or environmental citizenship: what is the role of Nature-based solutions?
|1115||Vania Carolina Fonseca-da-Silva||
Subsistence fisheries and human-wildlife conflicts in a protected area: perspectives on the challenges of wildlife and resource conservation
Why capitalism is unsustainable and critical citizenship must be anti-capitalist citizenship
Origins of engaging youth as environmental citizens in the UK: lessons for the future
Hijras: Identity, Community and Citizenship in Post “Third Gender” India
Aesthetics of Sustainability. Thought World and the Society of Nature
Sustainability Reporting Assurance Practice in Different Institutional Contexts: Methodology Design
|1345||Putu Agus Ardiana||
Sustainable Finance for Sustainable Development Goals in Indonesia: An Institutional Work
Addressing environmental injustice through building environmental citizenship – critique in the intensive farming context
De-colonising sustainable community development: lessons from the UK Coalition government (2010-2015)
The rise of populism and climate change deniers vs. the scientific consensus
Race and Whiteness in the Spaces of International Climate Governance
Climate change adaptation strategies and technological innovations in rural Tanzania: an ethnographic perspective from Chololo ‘Ecovillage’
Peak Oil and The Anthropocene: Myths By Policy-Makers, Written For The Arctic?
What are the essential elements of global and environmental citizenship for sustainable development?
|1630||Group 1, 2 and 3||Feedback|
|1700||Exhibition||Planetarity - Opening and Reception|
|26 August - Conference Field Trip - Transformative Environmental Pedagogies - the role of nature based solutions|