Professor David Gillborn, the Director of the Centre for Research in Race and Education (CRRE), is due to make a public lecture at London Metropolitan University on Thursday 4 December.
Date: 26 November 2014
Known for his hard-hitting critique of UK education policy and its impact on race inequality, Professor Gillborn’s research focuses on race inequalities in education, especially the role of racism as a changing and complex characteristic of the system.
He has written over six books and refereed more than 140 refereed articles, chapters and reports that range from original studies in classrooms and with teachers, through national reviews of research evidence in the field, to analyses of the changing policy landscape internationally.
In 2012, Professor Gillborn received the prestigious Derrick Bell Legacy Award from the US-based Critical Race Studies in Education Association (CRSEA) and has has twice been recipient of the UK's most prestigious education research award, the Society for Educational Studies (SES) prize for outstanding education book of the year.
The free event is open to students, staff and the general public will take place 1 - 2pm Thursday 4 December 2014 on the University’s Holloway campus.
To register for a place at the event and further details go to the School of Social Sciences and Humanities Eventbrite page.