Job: Visiting Lecturer in Intercultural Communication
Faculty: Business and Law
School/department: Leicester Castle Business School
Address: Hugh Aston, De Montfort University, Leicester, LE1 9BH.
Sam Bamkin is Visiting Lecturer in Intercultural Communication, continuing to teach communication in business and professional contexts in the Leicester Castle Business School (2013-present). He is also Visiting Research Scholar in the Curriculum Research Center at Tokyo Gakugei University, and previously Senior Lecturer in Education at De Montfort University (2013-2018).
Sam is broadly interested in learning, culture and policy from practical and comparative perspectives. On the BA Education Studies, he led modules in radical educations and language learning; and established the module Global Comparative Education, supervising regular field trips to study educational settings in Japan. He wrote numerous modules on the MSc Intercultural Business Communication for Leicester Castle Business School, where he continues to teach, with some dissertation supervision.
Sam has developed a programme of research on moral education in Japan and elsewhere, focusing specifically on recent curriculum reforms in Japan and England. Whilst based in Japan, Sam additionally lectures on moral education, cross-cultural ethics, anthropology of education, and ethnographic methodology in research on education policy. He is also active in promoting the societal and personal good of intellectual engaging with non-Western thought.
Japanese education; Moral education; Comparative Education (East Asia, UK); Radical educations; innovative teaching and learning; language and cognition; epistemology; critical theory; Japanese and East Asian perspectives.
Intercultural Communication modules draws on experience and theory in business contexts to consider approaches to professional and business communication in a world increasingly characterised by diversity of sectors, interests, technologies, ages, religions, languages and regions.
Dissertation supervision is a particular joy. The best dissertation supervisions work as a partnership, allowing strong interdisciplinary currents to emerge to match individual student’s interests or areas of research.
CertHE, BA (First Class), LLM, MA, FRSA, SFHEA
Sam currently holds degrees in computing, theatre, law, legal practice, linguistics and education.
Honourable Society of the Inner Temple (2008 - )Royal Society for the Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) (2011 - ) Higher Education Academy (2012 - )
Asia Studies Development Programme Alumni Assoc (2014 - )Churchill Fellowship (2015 - )
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