Critical Fantasy Studies: neoliberalism, education and identification - an interview with Jason Glynos

Palavras-chave: Critical Fantasy Studies, Discourse Theory, Research in Education

Resumo

Interview with Professor Jason Glynos, co-director of the Center for Ideology and Discourse Analysis (CIDA) at the University of Essex, UK, conducted by professors Joanildo Burity (FUNDAJ) and Gustavo Gilson Oliveira (UFPE). The interview explores the contours, the conceptual framework and the analytic strategies being developed in relation to the so-called Critical Fantasy Studies’ field, associated with his recent work. It seeks to investigate, above all, how these concepts and strategies have contributed and may further contribute to broadening our understanding and deepening our analysis of the spread of neoliberal logics and the emergence of “new” conservative logics in the contemporary social and political scene, particularly in the field of education.

Biografia do Autor

Jason Glynos, University of Essex
Professor of Political Theory at the Department of Government and co-director of the Center for Ideology and Discourse Analysis, University of Essex, UK. 
Gustavo Gilson Sousa de Oliveira, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco

Professor at the Department of Sociophilosophical Fundamentals of Education and the Graduate Program in Education at the Federal University of Pernambuco

Joanildo Burity, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco

Senior Researcher, Professor and Coordinator of the Professional Master of Sociology (ProfSocio) of the Joaquim Nabuco Fundation (FUNDAJ). Professor of the Graduate Program in Sociology and Collaborating Professor of the Graduate Program in Political Science of the Federal University of Pernambuco.

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Publicado
2019-12-04
Seção
Dossiê: Gênero e Sexualidade: lutas no currículo em tempos de novos mapas políticos e culturais