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The Impracticality of Practical Research: A History of Contemporary Sciences of Change that Conserve

Brown Bag with Thomas Popkewitz

Event Details

Thursday, October 10, 2019
12:30-1:30 p.m.
This brown bag focuses historically on present principles that order the "practical" sciences as more profound, complex and paradoxical than initially suggested in the formulation of the research. The discussion asks: “What if the orthodoxies of science as having practical knowledge have little historical evidence to sustain its promise?” “What if the “scientific evidence” of the practical research is not merely about facts, evidence or “Science,”.