Jan McArthur, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Educational Research at Lancaster University, joins the Collective Intellectualities crew in this episode to discuss her recent article, ‘Critical Theory in a Decolonial Age,’ in Educational Philosophy and Theory, which is also available on PESA Agora. Informed by Critical Theory, and particularly Adorno, Jan’s work examines education, social justice, assessment, and higher education.
McArthur, J. (2019). Towards a moral university: Horkheimer’s commitment to the ‘vicissitudes of human fate.’ Philosophy & Theory in Higher Education, 1(3), 131-151.
McArthur, J. (2020). Theodor Adorno (1903–1969): Restless, fractured and uncomfortable thought. In Philosophers on the University (pp. 27-39). Springer.
McArthur, J. (2021). The inclusive university: A critical theory perspective using a recognition‐based approach. Social Inclusion, 9(3), 6-15.
McArthur, J. (2022). Rethinking authentic assessment: Work, well-being, and society. Higher Education. Advance online publication.