Invited talks and writing

Living through liminal spaces: Composite stories with and by Russell Group academics of working-class heritage, SRHE Conference Poster, December 2022.

Gamekeepers, poachers, policy wonks and knowledge, SRHE Blog, November 2022,

The future of the university as a network, BERA Blog, August 2022,

Researching the future university, HE Education Research Census, June 2022,

The complex relationship between technology and society, Everyday Cyborgs Conference, University of Birmingham, September 2022,

Book proposal review Routledge, Environment and Education, August 2022.

The modern university as ivory tower, factory and network across space and time, Philosophy and Theory of Higher Education Webinar Series, May 2022. Download the video and slides.

The unbundled university: networked education a new materialist perspective, PERG research seminar – CSPACE Birmingham City University, April 2022.

The liberatory revolution of technology in the post-pandemic university – but liberation from what?’, The post-pandemic university, July 2021,

Quality in the networked digital university, Qualifying the Debate On Quality – Society for Research in Higher Education, June 2021.

The Lost Story of Part-time Higher Education, Vaughan Open Research Forum, June 2021.

How Do You Measure Education in a Life? Re-thinking Assessment for a Digital Society, The EdTech Update 2021 Panel session, April 2021.

UK university part-time higher education: an analysis of undergraduate prospectuses, Reflections on the future of continuing and flexible forms of higher education, Institute of Continuing Education (ICE), University of Cambridge), January 2021.

A genealogy of the idea of a university, from Kant to the unbundled digital university, Centre for Higher Education Research and Evaluation webinar series at Lancaster University, October 2020

Teaching Excellence Policy with Adam Matthews, Higher Education Researcher Podcast,  September 2020.

Learning Design as a Guiding Principle for Technology, Pedagogy and Content, Selected proceedings of Eurasia higher education summit Eurie 2020, March 2020,

The part-time undergraduate puzzle, Higher Education Policy Institute, February 2020,

Borders and Boundaries – Debating the limits and boundaries of education (Lancaster University) – UK Universities’ discourses on part-time and flexible learning: a corpus assisted analysis of higher education prospectuses
Adam Matthews – 3rd July 2018

‘TEF what next ….?’ A HE SIG themed seminar – Talking Ourselves into Gold: an analysis of TEF provider submissions
Ben Kotzee and Adam Matthews – 16th March 2018

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