- 12pm–1pm (EDT/GMT-4)
ONLINE LECTURE SERIES “CRITICAL MEDIA LITERACY: A CHALLENGE FOR TEACHER EDUCATION AND BEYOND”
Critical Media Literacy is a joint interdisciplinary initiative by the Heidelberg School of Education and Teachers College (Columbia University). With this year’s lecture series entitled “Critical Media Literacy: A Challenge for Teacher Education and Beyond”, the project aims for a transatlantic collaborative dialogue at the intersection of various disciplines and didactics. Lecturers, students, teachers, educators and various stakeholders in education are welcome to join in.
ABOUT MICHAEL HAUS
Michael Haus is a political scientist and professor for political theory at Heidelberg University and academic co-director of the Heidelberg School of Education (HSE). His research interests include social justice, democracy and urban politics. In his academic teaching M. Haus often combines the discussion of political theories with the analysis of movies and series. Among other initiatives, he has organised a series of movie events at a local cinema in Heidelberg (Karlstorkino) and together with students paid a visit as “critical observers” to a regional film festival (Internationales Filmfestival Mannheim-Heidelberg). Both teaching initiatives featured cooperation with external partners like cinema operators, festival conductors, and various groups of civil society.
REGISTRATION AND ACCESS
The lecture will be held via zoom:
Meeting-ID: 990 0500 2796