quinta-feira, 30 de maio de 2013

I VERESK: encontro germano-russo-brasileiro/Atualidade da Teoria Histórico Cultural

Dias 05,06,07,08 de agosto. Em breve maiores informações.
Local: Universidade Federal Fluminense


Filmes

Para quem não viu, vale conferir os filmes.

O menino da Floresta

A lancheira de Stanley




Publicação de nova edição REVEDUC

Caros(as) colegas, Caros(as) leitores(as),

A Revista Eletrônica de Educação - REVEDUC - acaba de publicar um novo
número em http://www.reveduc.ufscar.br/index.php/reveduc/issue/current
Convidamos a navegar no sumário atual da revista para acessar os artigos e
itens publicados. Nossos agradecimentos a todos os autores, avaliadores,
editores e outros que colaboraram para mais esta edição.

Dear Readers:

The Revista Eletrônica de Educação - REVEDUC - has just published a new
issue at
http://www.reveduc.ufscar.br/index.php/reveduc/issue/current
We invite you to visit our web site to review articles and items of
interest.
Thanks.

Editors
Anete Abramowicz
Aline Maria de Medeiros Rodrigues Reali
Cármen Lúcia Brancaglion Passos
Elenice Maria Cammarosano Onofre
Emilia Freitas de Lima
João dos Reis Silva Júnior
João Virgilio Tagliavini

segunda-feira, 20 de maio de 2013

Filme Bebês


O filme bebês está disponível no link abaixo:

Someone shared this with you: http://vimeo.com/52194708
BABIES
About this video
"A film by Thomas Balmès. Capturing on film the earliest stages of the journey of humanity that are at once unique and universal to us all, BABIES simultaneously follows four babies, in Mongolia, Namibia, San Francisco, and Tokyo, respectively, from birth to first steps. Every shot tells a story, as the adventure of a lifetime begins."

quarta-feira, 8 de maio de 2013

Children's relationships conference: extended deadline for registration

Call For Participation: Children’s relationships, embodied social capital and disability: connecting scales of inclusion and exclusion.

Loughborough University, Loughborough, LE11 3TU, UK.
10.00am – 5.00pm, Monday 8th July 2013.

Keynote speaker: Professor Gill Valentine
Panel members include: Professor Deborah Youdell, Professor Janice McLaughlin, Dr Anita Franklin, Jon Hewitt.

This one day conference is an end of project event. The project has explored how children’s social relationships play a part in processes of inclusion and exclusion in contemporary schooling. The research has examined how children’s everyday practices in school, home and leisure spaces creates embodied social capital, (re)producing disability as an identifier that that intersects with other ‘axes of power’ (e.g. class, gender, ethnicity) to reproduce or transform enduring material inequalities.

Findings illuminate issues such as: the significance of relationships to school and social inclusion, hierarchies of accepted identities, structural factors (e.g. transport, support networks, leisure activity provision), interventions made in children’s relationships, the role of special schools, and methodological approaches.

Further information about the project is available at the project website: http://socialcapital.lboro.ac.uk.webhost1.lboro.ac.uk/home/

We would especially like to invite parents, children and young people, policy makers, and researchers of education, children and youth, geography, sociology and disability studies to participate in this event.

The conference will include a keynote speech by Professor Gill Valentine, presentation of project findings, panel discussions, and workshops. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first served basis. Please confirm attendance.

Extended deadline for registration: 28th May 2013. Email lboroconference2013@gmail.com for enquiries and registration.

Louise Holt
Sophie Bowlby

9th Congress "Virtual City and Territory" - "CITY MEMORY PEOPLE"




9° Congresso Città e Territorio Virtuale "CITTÀ MEMORIA GENTE"
9° Congreso Ciudad y Territorio Virtual - "CIUDAD MEMORIA GENTE"
9th Congress "Virtual City and Territory" - "CITY MEMORY PEOPLE"
Roma, 2-4 ottobre 2013

_IT

Stimati colleghi.
Siamo lieti di informarvi che è aperta la call al 9° Congresso Internazionale Città e Territorio Virtuale, “Città Memoria Gente”, che quest’anno è organizzato dal Dipartimento di Architettura dell’Università Roma Tre, che si svolgerà a Roma il 2, 3 e 4 ottobre 2013.

Troverete le informazioni sul sito del Congreso (MailScanner detectou uma possível tentativa de fraude de "roma.9cvtroma2013.com" www.9cvtroma2013.com)

Siamo lieti della vostra partecipazione.
Cordiali saluti.

_ES
Estimadas y estimados.
Tenemos el placer de informaros que se ha abierto la convocatoria al 9º Congreso Internacional Ciudad y Territorio Virtual, “Ciudad Memoria Gente”, que este año organiza el Departamento de Arquitectura de la Universidad Roma Tre y que se realizará en Roma los días 2, 3 y 4 de octubre de 2013.

Encontraréis la información en la en la web del congreso (MailScanner detectou uma possível tentativa de fraude de "roma.9cvtroma2013.com" www.9cvtroma2013.com)

Esperamos contar con vuestra participación.

Cordialmente.
_EN

Dear colleagues.
We are pleased to inform you that are open the call to the 9th International Congress on Virtual City and Territory, “City Memory People”, which this year is organized by the Department of Architecture of Roma Tre University and to be held in Rome on 2, 3 and 4 October 2013.

You will find the information on the conference website (MailScanner detectou uma possível tentativa de fraude de "roma.9cvtroma2013.com" www.9cvtroma2013.com)

We look forward to your participation.

Best regards.

Il Comitato Organizzativo / Comité Organizador / Organizing Committee



Mario Cerasoli (coordinatore) – Università Roma Tre (Italia)

Anna Laura Palazzo – Università Roma Tre (Italia)

Elena Battaglini – IRES Istituto Ricerche Economiche e Sociali (Italia)

Rolando Biere Arenas – UPC Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (España)

Jean Monnet Lectures Young people's identities in Slovenia - 22nd May 2013

Dear colleague you are warmly invited to,

The Jean Monnet Lectures: 'Young people's constructions of identity in Slovenia', Wednesday 22nd May and 'Balkan and European? Young people constructing identities in Croatia', Tuesday 2nd July, Lectures by Prof Alistair Ross.

The seventh and eighth lectures in the Jean Monnet Lecture Series: Border Crossings, Moving Borders, will take place on 22nd May and 2nd July.

Young people constructing identities in Slovenia will be on Wednesday 22 May at 5.30pm in Room GCG-08.
Slovenia was established as a state in June 1991 when it was the first state to split from Yugoslavia, and joined the European Union in 2004. One of the more affluent of the new members, but with a population of about two million, the young people in the study comprise a generation born into major changes, and have developed their ideas of their identity in greatly different circumstances to their parents and grandparents. Based on focus groups in Slovenia, the research included a wide variety of young people, including those from the Roma minority.

Balkan and European? Young people constructing identities in Croatia will be on Tuesday 2 July at 5.30pm in Room GCG-08.

Croatia will join the European Union on the 1st July, the first new state to do so since 2008. Croatian young people see themselves at part Balkan, part European, and their identities are of particular interest at this moment. Based on eleven focus groups at various locations in Croatia, held at the end of last year, this lecture is particularly timely.


The first lecture will take place on Wednesday 22nd May 2013, 5.30-7pm in Room GCG-08, London Metropolitan University, 166-220 Holloway Road, London N7 8DB. The lecture is free of charge but places are limited.

If you wish to attend, please book your place via Eventbrite: http://jeanmonnetslovenia.eventbrite.co.uk
Please feel free to print and circulate the attached flyer and forward this e-mail to those who you think may be interested.

Best wishes,
Angela Kamara