Keynote videos

Keynote 1: Perspectives on the rise of parenting science
Janet Golden, Professor of History, Rutgers University, The Many Sciences of Parenting

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Stefan Ramaekers, Centre for Philosophy of Education, University of Leuven, The claims of parenting: Reasons, responsibility, society

 

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Frank Furedi, Professor of Sociology, University Kent, Who is to Judge? The unresolved contradiction of the parenting expert
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Keynote 2: Parenting and the ‘new phrenology’
Ellie Lee, Reader in Social Policy, University of Kent, Prejudice masquerading as research: brain science and British social policy

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Glenda Wall, Associate Professor Sociology, Wilfred Laurier University, Canada, ‘Powerful cognitive engineers: The social positioning of mothers through brain development discourse’

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Discussant: Joan Wolf, Texas A&M University

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Keynote 3: Distortions of Neuroscience
John T. Bruer, President of the James S. McDonnell Foundation in St. Louis,The Myth of the First Three Years

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Stuart Derbyshire, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Birmingham The Problem of Infant Neurodeterminism

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Keynote 4: Special lectureRaymond Tallis, doctor, retired clinical scientist and philosopher, author, Aping Mankind: Neuromania, Darwinitis and the Misrepresentation of Mankind

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