Education, Extremism and Criticality This conference was for all those involved in education, the seduction of extremism in all its various forms raises serious questions: How do we define extremism? What is educational interest in extremism? Does the sympathy for extremism, religious and far-right, among some young people reflect the failure of liberal education… Read More »
AULRE hosts the archive for the HEA Subject Centre for Philosophical and Religious Studies Archive. It can be accessed through this link <a href=”http://aulre.org/heaprsarchive.html” target=”_blank” > here</a>. This site contains an archive of some of the materials from the Subject Centre for PRS which closed on the 31st December 2011. Materials will not be updated… Read More »
We are delighted that Dr Tania ap Siôn, Senior Research Fellow in the Warwick Religions and Education Research Unit, and Executive Director of the St Mary’s Research centre, Wales, is presenting a keynote at this year’s AULRE 2015 annual conference. Prior to her current positions, Tania was a lecturer of Religious Education in the School of… Read More »
We are delighted that Dr Farid Panjwani of UCL Institute of Education is presenting a keynote at the AULRE 2015 conference. Dr Farid Panjwani works in four area: interfaces between religion, citizenship and education, including their historical dimension and issues around representation of intra-religious diversity; philosophy of education, particularly on the conceptions of knowledge and personhood… Read More »
We are delighted that Dr Joyce Miller is presenting a keynote at our AULRE 2015 conference. She retired in 2007 from the post of Head of Diversity and Cohesion at Education Bradford where she led a team promoting community cohesion, race equality and respect for diversity. This included responsibility for religious education and the Interfaith… Read More »
We are delighted that Professor Trevor Cooling, Professor of Christian Education at Canterbury Christ Church University and Director of the National Institute to Christian Educational Research is presenting a keynote at our AULRE 2015 conference. He recently led a research project on the “Whatiflearning” approach to Christian pedagogy, see the report here. He is also the Chair of… Read More »
Welcome to AULRE, an association of members interested in learning, teaching and research in religion and education. We have a peer reviewed academic journal, the Journal of Beliefs and Values and an annual conference.