Keynote Speakers

Alfredo Artiles
Unpacking the spectacle of disability-race differences - Opportunities for future racial disparities research

Alfredo J. Artiles is the Lee L. Jacks Professor of Education at Stanford University. He is the Director of Research at the Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity and Director of Stanford’s Center for Opportunity Policy in Education.
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Mark Priestley
Curriculum making across education systems: the value of diverse voices

Mark Priestley is Professor of Education at the University of Stirling. His research interests lie in the school curriculum – theory, policy and practice – and especially the processes of curriculum making across different layers of education systems.
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Barbara Read
Politics, Power and Precarity: Diversity in the Academy in Pandemic Times

Barbara Read is a sociologist of education, with an interdisciplinary background in history, social anthropology, and women's studies. Currently Reader in Gender and Social Inequalities at the School of Education, University of Glasgow, she was previously Senior Lecturer at the Department of Education, Roehampton University (2007-12) and Research Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies in Education, London Metropolitan University (2001-2007).
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Richard Rose
Researching Inclusively – Respecting both researchers and the subjects of research

Richard Rose is Emeritus Professor in Inclusive Education at the University of Northampton, UK. His current research interests are in the causes of marginalisation within education systems, and holistic approaches to the development of inclusion and equity in education.
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Margaret Sutherland
Buses, Traffic Lights and Green Lights: The past, present and future of meaningful inclusion

Margaret Sutherland is Professor of High Ability Studies and Inclusive Practice in the School of Education, University of Glasgow. She has 41 years teaching experience in mainstream primary schools, behaviour support and latterly in higher education, and so her work is primarily concerned with learning, teaching and pedagogy.
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Carol Taylor
Posthumanism and Educational Research: Transdisciplinary Knowledge Imaginaries for More Affirmative Futures

Carol A. Taylor is Professor of Higher Education and Gender in the Department of Education at the University of Bath where she is Director of Research and leads the Learning, Pedagogy and Diversity Research cluster. Carol’s research focuses on the entangled relations of knowledge, power, gender, space and ethics in higher education.
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ERC Keynote by Rosemary Deem
Diversity and doctoral education – dream or reality?

Rosemary Deem is Emerita Professor of HE Management and Doctoral School Senior Research Fellow, Royal Holloway (University of London), Dean of History/Social Science (2009-11): Vice-Principal: Education 2011-17; Teaching Innovation & Equality and Diversity 2017-19; Doctoral School Dean (2014-19).
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