is an Associate Professor at the School of Education, Durham University. She received her PhD in Sociology of Education from the University of Cambridge. Her main areas of research and teaching include social theory; the relationship of education to issues of language, religion, globalisation and citizenship; national policies of integration and youth identities; immigration and education in France and England; and global citizenship education. Theoretically, her work is mainly inspired by the works of Paul Ricoeur, Hannah Arendt and Pierre Bourdieu to investigate the intersection between wider structures and the subjectivities of young immigrants’ identities and experiences.
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Artikel in der Zeitschrift „ZEP – Zeitschrift für internationale Bildungsforschung und Entwicklungspädagogik“
42. Jahrgang, 4/2019
Global imaginaries: re-thinking possibilities for GCE