The 4th International Interdisciplinary Conference on Perspectives and Limits of Dialogism in Mikhail Bakhtin
15-17 January 2014 : Conference18-19 January 2014: Dialogic Pedagogy Institute
The increased interest in the work of Mikhail Bakhtin and members of the Bakhtin Circle(s), among Western scholars have been particularly evident since the 1980s. Bakhtin's ideas about dialogism have been a source of inspiration for various approaches within different disciplines and across diverse communities.
Conference publications are currently in progress.
Further information available on the website here.
For videos of keynote addresses, please click here.
Keynotes from Prof's Alexander Lobek, Rupert Wegenf, Michael Gardiner, Graig Brandist, Eugene Matusove, and Karin Junefelt along with a final Keynote Panel. Also linked is an exemplary presentation by Associate Prof. Jayne White and Associate Prof. Ana Marjanovic-Shane.
Professor David Hansen, Columbia University, New York
Monday, 12 March: "Bearing witness to teaching and teachers".
4.00pm-5.30pm in TL2.26, FEDU
Tuesday, 13 March: "Contemporary education in cosmopolitan perspective: An address to the teacher".
3.00pm-4.30pm in TC2.27, FEDU