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Mette Buchardt, Northern European Schools, Nationalism and Migrations: Representations of Self and Others
February 8 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Co-sponsored by the Center for European Studies and the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. Introduced and organized by Thomas Popkewitz, Professor of Curriculum and Instruction as part of the Center for European Studies Spring 2021 Virtual Lecture Series and as part of the Internationalizing Educational Knowledge Virtual Public Lecture Series.
Professor, Mette Buchardt is the head of Centre for Education Policy Research, Aalborg University Denmark. Her research areas include the history of education, comparative welfare state studies, comparative education research, education policy and politics, didactics- and curriculum studies, church history and historical religion research. She specializes in the relation between education- and social reform in the European states, e.g., modernization and secularization, and the influence of migration on welfare state development historically and at present. A PhD in theological history, Mett’s scholarship focuses on the history of the school, particularly welfare state reforms, integration, Greenland and muslin students, and Lutheranism as a State Culture in educational practices.
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