Posted on 16 October 2017
Dr Welply is an Associate Professor in the Education Department at Durham University, and her research interests surround the relationship of education to issues of language, religion, immigration, integration, globalisation, identity, gender and citizenship. She is also interested in developing cross-national research and methodologies to conduct research with diverse communities in European countries.
Her research is based on a theoretical framework which explores complementarities between the work of Paul Ricoeur and Pierre Bourdieu to investigate the intersection between structure and subjectivities of young immigrants’ school experiences in European countries.
The seminar will be on Wednesday 25th October from 2:30-3:30 pm.