Join this series of discussions exploring slow academia as part of the PaTHES (Philosophy and Theory of Higher Education Society) season of Online Social Meets.

Led by Associate Professor Agnes Bosanquet (Macquarie University), this series of six discussions considers what might closer attention to theorising slow academia offer? You are invited to think critically about slow academia as a difficult but useful way of considering the intersections of self, others, time, place and institutions.

Commencing Monday 2nd May 7-8pm and then continuing weekly on Mondays up until 6th June. There will be a different focus each week so feel free to join the conversation for any one (or more/all ) of the sessions!

PaTHES organises these regular social meets to keep connected and chat informally about topics around current challenges for Higher Education and for our Higher Education Futures.

Read more:

Visit the PaTHES website or download meeting information as a .pdf

Join the conversation via Zoom (from 2 May): (same Zoom link for all sessions: 2 May, 9 May, 16 May, 23 May, 30 May, 6 June)

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