Next 2 November at 4.15pm, in an online session with free attendance, we’ll be talking to the sociologist, full professor and researcher João Teixeira Lopes about his book, published this year, “ELAS”.
This is a book about young women from working class backgrounds who have achieved great academic success at university. Starting with their life narratives, crossing past, present and anticipation of the future, it covers areas such as childhood and family, schooling, sociabilities, intimacy, love and sexuality, leisure and cultural practices, attitudes towards class and gender inequalities, and the relationship with religion and politics.
We’ll be talking to João Teixeira Lopes about this “exercise of a sociology close to the ground”, in an initiative organised by OP.Edu – Observatory for Education and Training Policies, in liaison with ESEL-IPLUSO – School of Education of IPLUSO and LusoGlobe – Lusophone Centre on Global Challenges.
Join us by clicking on this link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/91689921952