Invited talks

Here is a list of my keynote lectures, invited research seminars, panel presentations etc. (These do not include guest workshops, seminars, masterclasses for research students)

Hopwood N (2017) Practice, theory, and doctoral education research. Invited Keynote presentation at the Sixth Biennial Conference on Research Into Postgraduate Supervision at the University of Stellenbosch. Stellenbosch, South Africa, 28-31 March.

Hopwood N (2016) Expertise and epistemic work in pedagogies of resilience. Invited research seminar at the Oslo University. Oslo, 31 May.

Hopwood N (2015) Working in partnership with vulnerable families as collaborative knowledge work: an augmented view of professional expertise and learning. Invited research seminar at the University of Gothenberg. Gothenberg, 17 September.

Hopwood N (2015) The implications of coproduction for professional learning and expertise: a practice-theory & CHAT perspective. Invited research seminar at the Future of Professions and Professional Learning international seminar. University of Huddersfield, 14 July.

Hopwood N (2015) Attuning, expertise and the body in pedagogies of the unknown. Invited symposium presentation at the Practice Theory Perspectives on Pedagogy and Education: Praxis, Diversity and Contestation – GIER invited symposium. Brisbane, 4 June.

Hopwood N (2015) Using learning concepts to understand partnership approaches to practice. Invited keynote presentation at the Tresillian Conference ‘Educating Today’s Parents’. Sydney, 27 November.

Hopwood N (2015) Introduction to ethnography. Invited research seminar at the University of Linköping Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences. Linköping, 24 September.

Hopwood N (2015) Expertise, learning, and agency in partnership practices in services for families with young children. Invited symposium presentation at the Oxford Centre for Sociocultural and Activity Theory Research, University of Oxford. Oxford, 10 June.

Hopwood N (2014) Knowledge, learning, pedagogy and practice: using Activity Theory to explore partnership in parenting services Invited research seminar at the Oxford Centre for Sociocultural and Activity Theory Research, Oxford University. Oxford, 2 December.

Hopwood N (2014) Four essential dimensions of practice: and why we have to save learning. Invited research seminar at the University of Technology, Sydney. School of Education, 26 March.

Hopwood N (2013) Ethnography, pedagogy, learning, and practice. Invited research seminar at the Oxford University Department of Education. Oxford, 5 December.

Hopwood N (2013) Top 10 ways to make sure your work is never published, or worse, cited. Invited panel presentation at the Australian Diabetes Society & Australian Diabetes Educators Association conference. Sydney, 28 August.

Hopwood N (2013) Rhythms, bodies, pedagogy and practices. Invited research seminar at the School of Education / Research Institute for Professional Practice, Learning and Education (RIPPLE), Charles Sturt University. Wagga Wagga, 16 May.

Hopwood N (2013) Unlocking the secrets of life and learning as a doctoral student. Invited workshop at the Pedagogy Education and Praxis (PEP) Group, Faculty of Education, Charles Sturt University. Wagga Wagga, 16 May.

Hopwood N (2012) Knowing and learning in professional practice: insights from sociomaterial approaches to research. Invited research seminar at the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche Istituto di Ricerche sulla Popolazione e le Politche Sociali. Fisciano & Rome, 13 & 19 November.

Hopwood N (2012) Partnership and pedagogy in child and family health practice: an ethnography between theory and practice. Invited seminar at the University of Naples Federico II. Naples, 8 November.

Hopwood N (2012) Using theories of practice and learning to understand child and family health practices. Invited research seminar at the University of Linkoping Faculty of Health Sciences. Linkoping, Sweden, 5 September.

Hopwood N (2011) Practice theory and ethnography in child and family health settings. Invited research seminar at the University of Technology, Sydney, Centre for Research in Learning and Change. Sydney, 17 October.

Hopwood N (2011) Practice theory and ethnography. Invited research seminar at the University of Linkoping Faculty of Educational Sciences. Linkoping, Sweden, 2 September.

Hopwood N (2011) What does ethnography look and feel like? Invited research seminar at the University of Linkoping Faculty of Health Sciences. Linkoping, Sweden, 31 August.

Hopwood N (2011) Ten things you should know about academia. Invited keynote panel presentation at the Academia: A Scholarly Life conference, University of Western Sydney, Sydney. 21-22 July.

Hopwood N (2010) Ethnography, practice theory, and the body. Invited research seminar at the Charles Sturt University, Research Institute for Professional Practice, Learning and Education (RIPPLE). Bathurst, 11 October.

Hopwood N (2010) Practice theory, ethnography and the body. Invited research seminar at the University of Technology, Sydney, Centre for Research in Learning and Change. Sydney, 13 September.

Hopwood N (2010) Ethnography: history, practice, future. Invited research seminar at the University of Linkoping Faculty of Health Sciences. Linkoping, Sweden, 3 September.

Hopwood N (2009) A sociocultural analysis of doctoral student learning through and about academic work. Invited research seminar at the Work Learn Educate project dissemination event. Institute of Education, London, 17 November.

Hopwood N (2009) Making sense of relationships in doctoral student experience. Invited research seminar at the University of Queensland. Brisbane, 3 July.

Hopwood N (2009) Let me tell you about yourself. Invited keynote presentation at the STORIES (Students’ Ongoing Research in Educational Studies) Conference. University of Oxford, Oxford, 17-18 March.

Hopwood N (2008) Learning and identity development as situated in multiple communities of practice. Invited panel presentation at the 10th Annual History in Higher Education Conference. University of Oxford, Oxford, 2-4 April.

Hopwood N (2006) Pupils’ conceptions of geography: issues for debate. Invited research seminar at the Annual Research Forum of the International Geographical Union Commission on Geographic Education, British Sub-Committee. Institute of Education, London, 21 October.

Hopwood N (2006) Pupils’ perspectives on environmental education in geography: “I’m not looking at it from a tree’s point of view”. Invited research seminar at the University of Bath, Centre for Research in Education and the Environment. Bath, 16 February. Available from http://www.bath.ac.uk/cree/resources/hopwood.pdf

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