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A Nordic Exceptionalism and its variations in education reform processes. The case of Danish modern political history

Virtual Public Lecture Series in conjunction with Internationalizing Educational Knowledge C&I 366/727

Event Details

Date
Monday, February 8, 2021
Time
4-5 p.m.
Location
Description
Professor Dr. Mette Buchardt is historian of church, welfare state and education politics in a Nordic and European comparative perspective. She is the head of Centre for Education Policy Research, Aalborg University, Aalborg and Copenhagen, Denmark. She is a specialist in the relation between education-and social reform in the European states, with and emphasis and modernization and secularization, and on the influence of migration on welfare state development historically and at present.
Cost
Free