Institute of Theology Conferences
St Mary’s University Joseph Conrad Lecture Series in collaboration with the Joseph Conrad Society (UK) presents
‘Reading Conrad in the Modern World’
St Mary’s University and the Joseph Conrad Society (UK) is pleased to present a series of lectures by esteemed Conradians on ‘Reading Conrad in the Modern World’. These lectures – on the first Saturday of each month until July – will comprise of a 50 minute lecture, a 10 minute break and 30 minutes of interactive discussion.
Each lecture will be delivered via Zoom.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Conrad Society Member: £8
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Conrad Lecture Series ‘Reading Conrad in a Modern World’
Shared Learning Event for scoping study: Identifying pathways to support British victims of modern slavery towards safety and recovery 28th July 2022
Shared Learning Event for scoping study: Identifying pathways to support British victims of modern slavery towards safety and recovery
28th July 2022 2pm-6.30pm
Waldegrave Drawing Room - St Marys University and online
Free to attend but booking necessary as limited spaces.
Transforming interdisciplinary learning through epistemically insightful curricula - 23rd-24th June 2022
Title: Transforming interdisciplinary learning through epistemically insightful curricula
Date: 23rd and 24th June 2022
Time: All day
Location: Waldegrave Suite, St Mary’s University and Online via Zoom
Co-hosted with Canterbury Christ Church University, this conference will showcase examples from a range of contexts where EI currently informing scholarly development and practitioner research. We are seeking researchers and professionals from education and related fields to contribute to the ongoing conversation about how EI may inform your professional context.
Prof Martyn Pickersgill - University of Edinburgh
Prof Gert Biesta - Maynooth University
Prof Sibel Erduran - University of Oxford
Dr Jonathan Barnes - educate4diversity
There is an option to attend the Teacher Exploration of Epistemic Insight session on 23rd June which is an opportunity to explore EI teaching tools produced to date. This interactive event will showcase a tool kit of resources to support you and your students to become epistemically insightful. An optional conference dinner will follow this in-person session.
A tour of Strawberry Hill House is also available for £10 on the 23rd.
In person – St Mary’s University
Day 1 – 23rd June 2022
Day 2 – 24th June 2022
Days 1 & 2 – 23rd and 24th June 2022
Teacher exploration of Epistemic Insight – 23rd June 2022 (4-5pm)
Conference dinner – 23rd June 2022
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Title: Why end of life companionship matters: Connecting the experience of hospitals, hospices, community, online and faith groups
Date: September 22nd from 9:30 to 16:00
Location: The Waldegrave Suite at St Mary’s University and Online via Zoom
Why end of life companionship matters? What is the difference between the support available in hospitals, hospices, and other groups in the community? Do they complement each other?
This conference is designed to connect and learn from each other by sharing the experience of all different channels of support already existing in the community. The event will gather healthcare professionals, hospices, end of life companions, faith groups, and all other institutions supporting the dying.
Tickets for live conference at St Mary's, including light lunch £35
Online tickets will be available from £15.
Some fully funded places available for SVP Members, NHS and Care workers, and those on restricted incomes. To apply for a funded place contact email@example.com