The Next Fifty Years: Imagining the Feminist University of the Future Professor Valerie Hey Professor Louise Morley Centre for Higher Education and Equity Research (CHEER) University of Sussex, UK http://www.sussex.ac.uk/education/cheer.
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The Next Fifty Years: Imagining the Feminist University
of the Future
Professor Valerie Hey
Professor Louise Morley
Centre for Higher Education and Equity Research (CHEER)
University of Sussex, UK
(Barad, 2010: 257).
‘ courses of higher education should be available for all those who are qualified by ability and attainment to pursue them and who wish to do so.’
3 core values
…the essence of higher education that it introduces students to a world of intellectual responsibility and intellectual discovery in which they are to play their part … The element of partnership between teacher and taught in a common pursuit of knowledge and understanding, present to some extent in all education, should become the dominant element as the pupil matures and as the intellectual level of work done rises … …he is not being presented with a mass of information but initiated into a realm of free inquiry.
(Dame Kitty Anderson, D.B.E. and
Miss H. L. Gardner)
Access to higher education for women:
(David et al, 2009; Hills Report, 2009).
(dreaming another world awake)
(de-schooling, community projects)
(state finance for LA issues)
(private, inquiry-based, block teaching, no departments).
‘Imagining the University of the Future’