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University of Exeter

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University of Exeter

Stocker Road

Exeter, Devon,EX4 4QN

United Kingdom

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Employment History

Senior Lecturer In Education ,

Graduate School of Education


Affiliations

International Journal of Instruction

Advisory Board Member


Higher Education Academy

Fellow


University of Alberta

Postdoctoral Fellow In the Department of Secondary Education


Education

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Masters

Zoology ( evolutionary ecology ) as well as 15 years

University of Exeter


PhD

Educational Theory

The Open University


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Educational Theory

University of Exeter


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Advisory Board - International Journal of Instruction - E-IJI.NET

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Dr. Deborah Osberg
University of Exeter, UNITED KINGDOM


Academic staff - Graduate School of Education - University of Exeter

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Dr Deborah Osberg
Senior Lecturer in Education +44 (0) 1392 724888


Educational Theory - SensePublishers

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Deborah Osberg (University of Exeter, UK) and Gert Biesta (University of Stirling, UK) (Eds.)


Graduate School of Education :: Staff Profiles :: Dr Deborah Osberg, Senior Lecturer in Education and Director of EdD Programme :: overview

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Home > Our departments > College of Social Sciences and International Studies > Education > About St Luke's > Staff Profiles > Dr Deborah Osberg
University of Exeter Home Graduate School of Education Home Dr Deborah Osberg Dr Deborah Osberg Dr Deborah Osberg Email: D.C.Osberg@exeter.ac.uk Telephone: +44 (0) 1392 72 4888 Osberg, D.C. (2011) Authoritative Knowledge, Higher Education and Democracy. Paper presented for the Chaos and Complexity SIG of the American Educational Research Association annual conference, in New Orleans, April, 2011. Osberg, D.C. (2010) Authoritative Knowledge in Higher Education: How Complexity Challenges our Assumptions and Opens Alternate Possibilities. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Higher Education, Newport, UK, December 2010. Osberg, D.C. (2010) Time Irreversibility, Postmodernism and the Problem of Educational Directionality. Paper presented at the 1st Laboratory for Educational Theory Conference at the Institute of Education, Stirling University, UK, 23rd-26th June 2010. Osberg, D.C. (2009) Towards a Non-Normative, Normative Curriculum. Paper presentated at the 3rd triennial conference of the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (IAACS), Somerset-West, South Africa, 7th-10th September 2009. Osberg, D.C. (2008) Education, Emergence and the Idea of "Non-Normative Normativity. Paper presented at the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Gothenburg, Sweden 10th-12th September 2008. Osberg, D.C. (2008) Poststructural and Emergentist "Methodology". Paper presented as part of a discussion panel on The Place of Complexity in Current Methodological Approaches at the Business meeting of the Complexity SIG of the American Educational Research Association conference, 24th-28th March, 2008, New York, US. Osberg, D.C. (2008) Gatekeeping in the Network Age. Paper presented as part of a symposium on Academic Publishing in the Digital Age, in Division D (Research and Measurement) of the American Educational Research Association conference, 24th-28th March, 2008, New York, US. Osberg, D.C. (2008) Taking Care of the Future in Education and Politics. Paper presented as part of a symposium on Complexity and the Politics of Complexity Reduction presented in the Complexity SIG of the American Educational Research Association conference, 24th-28th March, 2008, New York, US. Osberg, D.C. (2007) The "Logic" of Emergence: A new hope for critical education? Paper presented as part of a symposium on the Complex Criticality in Educational Research presented in the Complexity SIG of the American Educational Research Association conference, 9th-13th April, 2007, Chicago, US. Osberg, D.C. and Biesta, G.J.J. (2007) The End(s) of School. Complexity and the Conundrum of the Inclusive Educational Curriculum. Paper presented in Division C (Curriculum Studies) of the American Educational Research Association conference , 9th-13th April, 2007, Chicago, US. Osberg, D.C. (2007) Theorising Education Emergently. Paper presented at the 4th Complexity Science and Educational Research Conference, 18th - 20th Feb, 2007, UBC, Vancouver, Canada. Osberg, D.C. and Biesta, G.J.J. (2005) Rethinking Schooling Through the 'Logic' of Emergence: Some Thoughts on Planned Enculturation and Educational Responsibility. Paper presented at the 1st Complexity Science and Society Conference, 11th-14th September, 2005, University of Liverpool, UK AND at the 3rd Complexity Science and Educational Research Conference, 20th - 22nd November, 2005, Robert Louisiana. Osberg, D.C. (2005) Redescribing Education in Complex Terms. Paper presented as part of a round table discussion on at the 1st Complexity Science and Society Conference, 11th-14th September, 2005. University of Liverpool, UK, AND as a seminar for the Department of Secondary Education, University of Alberta, August, 2005. Osberg, D.C and Biesta, G.J.J. (2004) Complexity, Knowledge and the Incalculable: Epistemological and Pedagogical Implications of Prigogine's Theory of "Microscopic Irreversibility. Paper presented at the 2nd Complexity Science and Educational Research Conference, 30th Sep - 3rd Oct, 2004, Queens University, Kingston, Canada Osberg, D.C and Biesta, G.J.J. (2004) Complexity, Knowledge and the Incalculable: Epistemological and Pedagogical Implications of 'Strong Emergence.' Paper presented as part of a symposium on Complexity and the Idea of a Pedagogy of Invention at the British Educational Research Association Conference, 15th - 18th September, 2004, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, England Osberg, D.C. (2004) Teaching with Difference: Dissipating Structure. Invited paper presented as part of a discussion panel with W. Doll, Jr and B. Davis, at the 2nd Complexity Science and Educational Research Conference, 30th Sep- 3rd Oct, 2004, Chaffey's Locks, Ontario, Canada Biesta, G.J.J. and Osberg, D.C. (2004) Updating the Epistemology of Schooling: Presence, Representation and Beyond. Paper presented as part of a symposium of the British Educational Research Association Conference, 15th -18th September, 2004, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, England. Osberg, D.C and Biesta, G.J.J. (2003) Complexity, Representation and the Epistemology of Schooling. Invited paper presented at the 1st Complexity Science and Educational Research Conference, 16th - 18th October, 2003, University of Alberta, Canada. Osberg, D.C. (2002) Complexity Science and Adult Education: Some Insights and Possibilities.


Reconceptualising Participation and Inclusion in Higher Education | GW4

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University of Exeter: Dr Deborah Osberg
Project overview Our specific research focus is disadvantaged students and higher education (HE). The aim is to consolidate a network of researcher and practitioner capacity that will enable rigorous examination of the nature of participation in order to: Facilitate new, challenging questions about widening participation (WP) and HE. Create 'new collaborative spaces' for exploration and understanding.


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