All inaugural lectures are held at 5.30pm in the Portrait Room, Grove House.
Invitations and full details will be sent out approximately one month before each event.
What constitutes a just provision for students with disability and special educational needs is among the most contentious and challenging questions for philosophers and educators alike.
In answering this question, the lecture will present a conception of educational equality as capability equality, based on Amartya Sen’s Capability Approach. It will highlight how such a conception adds important insights to current debates on inclusion in education.
We are at present confronted with a wide range of poetry that has been informed by citation, intertextuality, and appropriation. Several critics have noted that the intrusion of found material in contemporary poetics serves to break up the purified realm of the poem, and it is precisely this type of intervention against purity which Jaeger's term 'carrion poetics' seeks to address. This lecture/reading will begin by noting some pioneering and contemporary examples of carrion poetics, and then consider in more detail several instances of the practice drawn from Jaeger’s writing.
Professor Emilyn Claid
22 May 2017
Professor Mohammed Rafiq
19 June 2017