Month: January 2023

Time, place, and personhood in liminal spaces

Helen Woodley (Assistant Professor, Northumbria University) I started playing Dungeons and Dragons during Lockdown. I was a relatively late joiner to the world of tabletop role playing games (TRPG) and I have to admit I was partly influenced by the Netflix series Stranger Things. I was also deeply influenced by Gadamer’s concept of a shared …

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Buddyscapes #2

Silvia Luraschi (Adult Educator & Independent researcher collaborator, University of Milano Bicocca) andTom Troppe (PhD Student, Canterbury Christ Church University Horizon for a new vision: interdependence in Adult Education In recent dialogues, we have gone beyond sharing experiences as we described in Buddyscapes #1. Our sharing has taken on new purpose as research: to reflexively …

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Second on-line seminar 16th January

It was great to start our journey to the Life History and Biography Network meeting 2023 with the first on-line seminar in November. We have already had a series of excellent blog posts to get us thinking and our next landmark is the on-line seminar where we will be discussing educational temporalities. Monday 16th January at 15.00-16.00 CET( To guide us …

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