This week marks the 20th anniversary of the publication of the first Harry Potter story, as author JK Rowling noted: The world of Harry Potter centres around the adventures of a young wizard while at a boarding school for magicians … Continue reading
Hello wonderful people! Huge well done today – it was incredibly productive and enjoyable. Really useful to have feedback from fresh faces, so I think we have some clear aims for tomorrow, which are: slide the rug back under – … Continue reading
I hear the phrase “Smart City” more and more these days – in part, this is due to work that DMU is undertaking with Leicester City Council to explore what the Smart City concept could look like in Leicester, and … Continue reading
Local voluntary groups such as Transition initiatives can do excellent work to develop projects around local food, renewable energy and more. But what kind of network and support structure can help them to thrive? I took part in a really … Continue reading
On 26 June 1992 national and civic dignitaries joined governors, staff and students at the official launch of De Montfort University. 2000 guests toasted the new university on the lawns of De Montfort Hall. The annual report for that year … Continue reading
Hello all. Hope you’ve had a great weekend – very much looking forward to an intensely creative and exciting two days ahead with you all. I thought I would propose a schedule for tomorrow’s session so that we can utilise … Continue reading
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Wednesday June 28th 2017 Convenors: Dr Mark Pulsford and Professor Richard Hall. Neoliberal policy in Primary schooling symposium_abstract pack for attendees. Background A recent open-invitation to apply for a PhD Scholarship exploring the impact of neoliberal policy on the lived … Continue reading