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CES Research Seminar Series

In the 2017-18 Academic Year, the CES Seminar Series and the CES Post-Graduate Seminar Series will merge to create a unified Education Research Seminar Programme.

Seminars will be held on Wednesdays during term time, at lunchtime in room C1.11 (unless otherwise stated) and will include internal or external speakers or presentations by one of our Post Graduate students or an associate. All members of the university community are very welcome to attend the seminars.

The working schedule of talks for 2017-18 is available here with the next event advertised below with full details. In the meantime, should you have any questions please direct them to Helen Knight, Research Development Officer via h dot j dot knight at warwick dot ac dot uk

Forthcoming Seminars

Wednesday 25th October, 1pm
Room C1.11

Shamim Miah, University of Huddersfield
"Muslims, Schooling and
Security"

This presentation focuses on the recent educational policy debates surrounding Muslims, schooling and the question of security in light of the Counter Terrorism Security Act. It aims to examine the infamous ‘Trojan Horse’ affair in Birmingham and the wider debates surrounding Muslims in schools. Furthermore, it aims to critically evaluate the security discourses of Muslims in state schools in light of theoretical insights from the study of racial politics.

Biography

Shamim is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Education. He is the author of two books: Muslims, Schooling and the Question of Self-Segregation (Palgrave) which won the ‘highly commended’ book award by the Society for Educational Studies’ in 2016 and Muslims and the Question of Security: Trojan Horse, Prevent and Racialised Politics (Palgrave). Shamim’s research focuses on the framing of race, religion in educational policy. He has also contributed towards chapters in books, reports and also various peer reviewed journals. Shamim was the co-SIG convenor (Race and Ethnicity) for BERA (British Educational Research Association (2013-2016).