The second call for proposals is just released for a conference in the University of Cambridge, UK, by Eurioean Association of Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), August 28-29, 2018

Dear Colleagues,
 
The second call for proposals is just released for a conference in the University of Cambridge, UK, on August 28-29, 2018 that I believe is of interest to readers of DPJ. The conference is organized by two special interest groups (Educational Theory and Methods in Learning Research) of European Association of Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI).

We invite you to consider submissions to what promises to be a stimulating and interesting event at University of Cambridge UK (August 28-29), with provoking keynotes (Martyn Hammersley and Susan Robertson) and varied activities! Also, follow the developments on the conference Facebook page and on Twitter #theoryandmethods.
 
The theme of the conference is ‘Dialogue between ontology and epistemology: New perspectives on theory and methodology in research on learning and education’. This conference theme is intended to provoke discussions about the relationship between the way in which we go about researching learning and education (epistemology) and how we understand the nature of learning and education (ontology). The theme also aims to inspire submissions coming from different traditions of theorizing and from a broad range of methodological approaches. The conference offers a space for exploring and discussing theories and methodologies in research on learning and education, and to promote friendly debate and reflective dialogue across paradigms of research.
 
Please, find information about the submission types, review criteria and organization at www.theoryandmethods.com.

With best Christmas wishes, on the behalf of the organizers,
 
Antti Rajala