‘Modern Examination’ by Ansgar Allen

The following is an extract from Ansgar Allen's book Benign Violence (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), pp. 10 - 20. To speak of the history of examination makes little sense. As a concept, examination is neither bland nor universal enough for such a history to be written. It cannot stretch across time gathering together all related events … Continue reading ‘Modern Examination’ by Ansgar Allen

Call for Papers

We (Josh Berlyne & Fabienne Collignon) aim to explore prospects of a progressive relationship between lecturers and students, co-exisiting as researchers in a pedagogical space of possibility. We look to develop a pedagogical practice that is driven by active collaboration between members of staff and students, where the latter no longer function as consumers, but, … Continue reading Call for Papers