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marie curie | bibliographies

The reading lists and bibliographies listed below relate to the aspects of egalitarian theories and PEFT methodologies unfolding as the ESIE work programme expands.

INCOMING
Visiting EWI Fellow Research Cluster Period Institution, Country  
Professor Wendy Luttrell Children's Rights (PEFT) May - June 2009 Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA

 

Dr. Quratul ain Bakhteari Global Justice & Women May - July 2009 Institute for Development Studies and Practices IDSP – Pakistan  
Dr. Ernesto Vasquez del Aguila Women, Gender & Sexuality April to June 2009 Columbia University, NYC, US  
Dr. Anca Gheaus Egalitarian Theory January 09 - March 09 Chaire Hoover d’ethique economique et sociale, Belgium  
Professor Mary Darmanin Egalitarian Theory September 1 - November 30 2007; May - July 2009 University of Malta  
Dr. Alison Wilde Disability (PEFT) November 1 2008 - January 31 2009 University of York, UK  
Dr. Sarah Woodin Disability (PEFT) September 1 - November 30 2008 University of Leeds, UK  
Professor Sharon Bolton Business July 1 - September 30 2008 University of Strathclyde, UK  
Professor Eileen Kane PEFT Methodologies March 1 2007 - February 28 2008 World Bank  
Professor Elizabeth Dowler Food January 1 - March 31 2008 University of Warwick, UK  
Professor Diane Reay Equality & Education TBC Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK  
Dr Olga Nieuwenhuys Children’s Rights January - June 2010 Department of Geography, Planning and International Development Studies, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, University of Amsterdam  



OUTGOING
EWI Staff Member Research Cluster Period Partner Centre, Country UCD School/Centre
Professor Kathleen Lynch Equality and Education September 1 2007 - December 31 2007 University of Cambridge, UK School of Social Justice
Dr. Roland Erne Business Ethics and Globalisation December 15 2007 - Mar 14 2008 University of Oxford, UK School of Business
Dr. Jim Kinsella Global Justice and Rural Development June 1 2007 - August 31 2007 University of Pisa, Italy School of Biology and Environment Science
Professor John Baker Egalitarian Research – Theory and Methodologies April 1 - June 31 2008 University of Oxford, UK School of Social Justice
Dr. Dympna Devine Children's Rights May 2007 - June/July 2008 Norwegian Centre for Child Research (NOSEB), Norwegian University for Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway School of Education and Lifelong Learning
Dr. Mark Scott The Built Environment June - August 2008 University of Pisa, Italy School of Geography, Planning and Environment Policy
Dr. Geraldine Moane Women, Gender & Sexuality September - November 2008 University of Brighton, UK  
Dr. Sara Cantillon Food September - December 2008 University of Warwick, UK School of Social Justice
Judy Walsh Women, Gender & Sexuality January - March 2009 AHRC, University of Kent, UK School of Social Justice
Anna Jennings Disability Summer 2009 University of Leeds, UK

School of Applied Social Science

Dr. Alice Feldman Migration & Citizenship Summer 2009 University of Brighton School of Sociology
Dr. Deirdre O'Connor Food TBC University of Pisa, Italy School of Biology and Environment Science

 

 

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