|Western Australian Institute for Educational Research Inc|
2006 Research Seminar Program
WAIER invites you to an afternoon seminar to be
Thursday 21 September, 4.30 to 6.00 pm
Visitor parking off Gordon Road. This is a free seminar open to both members and non-members. Light refreshments from 4.00 pm onwards... then time for discussion and interaction after 5.30 pm (Gold coin donation towards refreshments).
This seminar draws upon the distinct yet intrinsically linked research of Brad Gobby and Glenn Savage who deliver a compelling challenge to acceptance of the status quo as they recognise the way our Western culture is shaped by the indomitable forces of Neoliberalism.
These two young exciting researchers argue
Brad's research draws upon Deleuze and Guattari and Australian corporeal feminist Elizabeth Grosz while Glenn's work uses a methodological perspective informed by Foucauldian theories of subjectivity and critical autoethnography.
Just turn up or RSVP Eve Ruddock firstname.lastname@example.org ph 9446 4030