Jun 14 – 17, 2022
Europe/London timezone

Rethinking Pedagogy in Political Economy

Jun 17, 2022, 1:15 PM
1h 30m
Kate Adie, Student Union (Main hall)

Kate Adie, Student Union

Main hall

Roundtable International Political Economy Working Group


How does our scholarship shape our teaching? What kind of insights and experiences do we want to produce in the classroom? And what can we learn as academics from our interactions with students? This roundtable brings together five scholars, each engaged in projects located at the nexus of research and teaching, to stimulate discussion on these questions. The projects address avatars of Eurocentricism in IPE textbooks (Baumann), the teaching of economic policy institutions in Economics and Political Science (Berry), classroom activities inspired by Everyday IPE (Elias, Rethel), an understanding of pedagogy as encounter (Inayatullah), and teaching with activists to help realise a polyphonic university (Natile). After brief introductions of their respective projects, the panellists will be invited to reflect on questions and comments taken from the audience.

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