A full list of papers is available at: http://www.richard-hall.org/conference-papers/
All presentations are available at: http://www.slideshare.net/RichardHall
Recent presentations include the following.
Hall, R. (2018). Introduction to The Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF) in the context of UK’s Higher Education. Innovative ICT Education for Social-Economic Development (IESED), De Montfort University.
Hall, R. (2018). The Co-operative University as Anti-technocracy? Contemporary Philosophy of Technology Research Group Seminar, University of Birmingham.
Hall, R., and Noble, M. (2018). The practicalities and pedagogies of adult learning co-operatives: the case of Leicester Vaughan College. SCUTREA 18, University of Sheffield.
Bacevic, J., Amsler, S., D’Silva, S., Guzman-Concha, C., and Hall, R. (2018). Undisciplining: thinking knowledge production without the university. Undisciplining: Conversations from the Edges, The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead.
Hall, R. (2018). Authoritarian neoliberalism and the alienation of academic labour. BERA Symposium, Debating theories of neoliberalism: New perspectives and framings in education research, University of East London.
Hall, R. (2018). Partnership, co-operation and dismantling the curriculum in higher education. Staff CPD Conference. Newcastle College.
Hall, R. (2018). Dismantling the curriculum in higher education. Radical Pedagogies: A Humanities Teaching Forum. University of Kent.
Hall, R., Lazarus, J., and Winn, J. (2018). Mass intellectuality and democratic leadership in higher education. Bristol Conversations in Education Seminar Series, University of Bristol.
Hall, R., Morrish, L. and Winn, J. (2018). Mass intellectuality and democratic leadership in higher education. Institute for Education Futures Seminar Series, De Montfort University.
Hall, R., Asher, G., Canaan, J., Di Muccio, E. and Pearce J. (2018). Mass intellectuality and democratic leadership in higher education. Contemporary philosophy of technology Seminar Series, University of Birmingham.