RIECH (Red de Investigadores en Educación Chilena) is pleased to announce the webinar for researchers and Ph.D. Students in Education entitled: The becoming of data: representations, assumptions, and effects. This webinar is going to be undertaken in cooperation with the World Education Research Association (WERA). Our general purpose is to promote reflections on the practical and political implications associated with the most common research epistemologies and ontologies within the social sciences and educational field.
This webinar will be performed entirely in Spanish, organized in three sessions that will take place on October 13th and 21th at 6 pm (CLT). Latin American academics and
First session: October 13th. 2020
Dr. in Education and Master in Social Sciences. She is Professor, Researcher and Head of the Laboratory of Research in Human Science, CONICET, Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina. Her research focuses on the inequality that ha in the articulation between school, subjects, and territory. She has worked in neighborhoods and schools located in contexts of extreme urban poverty and environmental degradation, such as the neighborhoods of San Martín. She has a vast experience in producing audiovisual material as a research tool.
Amneris Chaparro Martínez
Dr. and Master in Political Theory, Department of Government, University of Essex (UK). At the present, she is a researcher at the Center for Gender Research and Studies at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, interested in critical analyzes of three characteristics of contemporary feminism, namely: neoliberalism, post-feminism, and dissident feminisms.
Anthropologist, obtained at the Free University of Berlin. Ph.D. Candidate in Education, Academia de Humanismo Cristiano. Her research work and social interventions are in the borders between performing arts, non-formal Education, children’s rights, the preparatory processes of vulnerable adolescents; by applying the analytical categories of performing arts.
Primary School Teacher. Master in Computer Science, Communication and Technology in Education, Teachers College, Columbia University. She is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in Curriculum and Teaching also at Columbia University. Her research topics include decolonization, schooling, and curriculum. Her thesis further explains the places of initial teacher training in different intercultural contexts.
Second session: October 21th. 2020
Linguist. Dr. in Education with a specialization in Language, Literacy, and Writing; The University of California. She is interested in Didactic of writing at different stages of schooling, with a particular emphasis in Higher Education. Currently, she is the Director of the Doctoral Program in Education of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Since 2007 she has worked in the development of pioneering academic writing initiatives in the country.
Dr. in Sociology of Education, University of London, Institute of Education. She is Academic at the Faculty of Education of the Universidad Alberto Hurtado and researcher at the Center for Research and Development of Education. Her research interests focus on: accountability policies and their impact on schools; school culture, micro-politics, and injustice practices in school; and des/regulations in Higher Education.
Occupational therapist. Master in Education and Dra (c). in Education, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Master in Cultural Studies, Universidad de Artes y Ciencias Sociales (ARCIS). She researches on mental health and psychiatry in childhood with an emphasis on intercultural educational contexts, from the Social Studies of Science and Technology approach. PhD Student at the Centro de Justicia Educacional (CJE-UC).