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Agnieszka Bron

Agnieszka Bron

Professor

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Arbetar vid Institutionen för pedagogik och didaktik
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E-post agniesz@edu.su.se
Besöksadress Frescativägen 54
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Postadress Institutionen för pedagogik och didaktik 106 91 Stockholm

Om mig

Professor Dr. Agnieszka Bron holds the Chair of Education at the Stockholm University, Sweden. Between years 1998-2002 she was a Professor of Adult Education at the Ruhr-Universtität Bochum, Germany. She worked as an adjunct professor at the Department of Leadership and Management at the Swedish National Defence University College, Stockholm (2003-2008). She has an international experience in teaching and research, was visiting professor at SUNY Stony Brook USA (1981), at OISE in Toronto Canada
(1982), University of Warwick UK (1995) and UBC in Vancouver Canada (2006).

She has published extensively on biographical learning (ethnicity, gender, informal learning and work), and comparative studies (blue-collar workers' access to post-secondary education, and non-traditional students in Sweden).

Her research includes engagement in several European projects concerning mature students in HE. She was the editor of the Bochum Studies in International Adult Education with four volumes (2000-2003). She is a co-founder of the ESREA and member of the international advisory board for Studies in the Education of Adults, UK.

Publikationer

I urval från Stockholms universitets publikationsdatabas
  • 2017. Agnieszka Bron. The Routledge international handbook on narrative and life history, 249-259
  • 2016. Agnieszka Bron, Camilla Thunborg. Terazniejszosc - Czlowiek - Edukacja 19 (3), 139-153

    Theorising biographical work from non-traditional students’ stories in Higher Education

    The article is about methodology of theorising, i.e. how we can get knowledge about non-traditional students struggles and crisis when learning and working with their biographies. Often we use theories to support research questions and results. But seldom do we know how to theorise from our own data and build a theory. This article is about the process of theorising by talking example from our research on non-traditional students in Sweden. By discovering biographical work that students were involved in, we could understand processes of forming and transforming their identities. We present our thoughts on theorising and developing a theory, and next we give an example of a student’s story outlining the process of biographical work to show the stages in the analysis that leads us to the theory. Trusting that everybody can learn how to theorise we discuss also how our theory could be used in further research regarding adults’ life.

  • 2015. Agnieszka Bron, Camilla Thunborg.

    This case of biographical interviewing is part of a biographical research approach. A biographical approach concerns people's stories and experience of everyday life and has a twofold purpose: to give the researcher rich material to analyse while the interviewees have an opportunity to learn about themselves. This account presents a case study conducted with non-traditional students in higher education by capturing ethical, practical and social aspects of biographical interviewing as well as presenting a way of working with rich biographical material (i.e. how to transcribe and analyse data from biographical interviews gained from this example). Finally, the case discusses some difficulties in conducting biographical research.

  • 2014. Agnieszka Bron, Camilla Thunborg, Eva Edström. Student voices on inequalities in European higher education, 63-73
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