Centre for Shared Education
Other Staff Members:
Dr Danielle Blaylock
Miss Stephanie Burns
Dr Caitlin Donnelly
Dr Gavin Duffy
Prof Tony Gallagher
Dr Marina Stefania-Giannakaki
Prof Ruth Leitch
Dr Cathal McManus
Dr Aisling O'Boyle
Dr Paddy Walsh
Ms Barbara Curran
Ms Carol Day
Ms Erika Frank
Ms Helen Hanna
Ms Rebecca Loader
Ms Jeanette McKevitt
Mr Gareth Robinson
News from the Centre for Shared Education
Centre’s work showcased at the IADA Conference, Bologna
Research by staff in our Centre for Shared Education was presented at the 2017 conference of the International Association for Dialogue Analysis, at the University of Bologna on 11-14...
Centre colleagues present new work at major education conferences
Colleagues from the Centre for Shared Education presented new research at two large education conferences. In August, Joanne Hughes, Director of the Centre, and Andrea Furey from Ulster University...
First meeting of international networks in Belfast
With colleagues from Bosnia and Hergezovina, Croatia and the Republic of Macedonia, the Centre for Shared Education is developing a series of networks to explore and advance shared education...
Joanne Hughes keynote address in Moscow
Professor Joanne Hughes, UNESCO Chair and Director of the Centre for Shared Education, delivers a keynote address at the City of Moscow University, where an international conference on Education...
Donnelly, C. and Burns, S. (2017) ‘Teaching citizenship in the faith school: qualitative evidence from separate schools in Northern Ireland’, Irish Educational Studies. Advance online publication, pp. 1–17.
Woelfer, A., Jaspers, E., Blayblock, D., Wigoder, C., Hughes, J. and Hewstone, M. (2017) ‘Studying positive and negative direct and extended contact: complementing self-reports with social network analysis’, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. Advance online publication, pp. 1–16.
Furey, A., Donnelly, C., Hughes, J. and Blaylock, D. (2017) ‘Interpretations of national identity in post-conflict Northern Ireland: a comparison of different school settings’, Research Papers in Education, 32 (2), pp. 137–150.