ICJLE 2020

日本語教育国際研究大会 香港・マカオ2020



"Japanese for Mutual Understanding" Revisited - Toward the Creation of "Linguistics for Peace"
平高 史也




著書にDer Erwerb der Temporalität im Japanischen als Zweitsprache. Eine empirische Untersuchng zu Lernervarietäten brasilianischer Immigranten (iudicium verlag)。主な共編著書に『多言語主義社会に向けて』(くろしお出版)、『外国語教育のリ・デザイン-慶應SFCの現場から』、『多言語社会と外国人の学習支援』(いずれも慶應義塾大学出版会)、『日本語教育史』(アルク)、共著書に『教科書を作る』、『日本語・日本語教育の研究-その今、その歴史』、『[改訂版]日本語中級301ー中級前期 英語版』(いずれもスリーエーネットワーク)など。
Politics, fear, and the potential of language learning to bridge divides
Liz Jackson
Associate Professor
Faculty of Education
University of Hong Kong
Liz Jackson is an Associate Professor of Education and Director of the Comparative Education Research Centre (CERC) at the University of Hong Kong. She is also President of the Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA). She is the youngest person and the first person from outside of Australia and New Zealand elected as President.

Liz is a philosopher of education who brings theoretical texts and arguments to bear on matters relating to schooling in society. Her work also focuses on global processes and the nature and diversity of human experience. Her first single-authored book, Muslims and Islam in US Education: Reconsidering Multiculturalism (Routledge, 2014/2016), received the Research Output Prize for the Faculty of Education at the University of Hong Kong, and the Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia Book Award. Her second single-authored text, Questioning Allegiance: Resituating Civic Education has been published this last year with Routledge (2019). Liz is currently finishing her third book, which will be published with Cambridge University Press, and is entitled Against Virtue: The Politics of Educating Emotions. Liz has also recently published the books From 'Aggressive Masculinity' to 'Rape Culture': An Educational Philosophy and Theory Reader and Feminist Theory in Diverse Productive Practices (both co-edited with Michael A. Peters).

Liz also serves as Editor for the CERC Series in Comparative Studies in Education (Springer) and New Directions in the Philosophy of Education (Routledge). Additionally, she is the Deputy Editor for the leading journal in philosophy of education and philosophy and history of science, Educational Philosophy and Theory.

Before moving to Hong Kong, Liz worked as a Policy Coordinator for the Higher Colleges of Technology, overseeing higher education policy across seventeen campuses across the United Arab Emirates, and as a Policy Specialist for the Department of Education in South Africa (based in North-West Province and Kwazulu-Natal). She has also worked and conducted research in England, Scotland, Mexico, Turkey, and New Zealand. Liz grew up on the Oregon coast, USA. She completed her BA in Social Sciences at Portland State University, before earning her MPhil at the University of Cambridge in ‘Politics, Democracy and Education’, completing a thesis on the conceptualisation of freedom and reason in the works of Immanuel Kant and John Rawls. She completed her PhD in Educational Policy Studies (focus in philosophy of education and global studies) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, supervised by Nicholas Burbules, Fazal Rizvi, and Cameron McCarthy.