Alone Together. Mapping the Field: Challenges and Futures
An International Pandisciplinary Conference on Solitude in Community 25th – 27th April 2024
Founded by leading experts in silence research from four continents, The Journal of Silence Studies in Education (JSSE) is the world’s first academic periodical that addresses the theme of silence in teaching and learning. It welcomes discourse and research articles in theory and practice from practitioners and scholars in education and from various disciplines with implications for […]
We recommend a book by our member Dat Bao, on ‘Understanding Silence and Reticence. Ways of Participating in Second Language Acquisition’.
What is the state of that which is not spoken? This book presents empirical research related to the phenomenon of reticence in the second language classroom, connecting current knowledge and theoretical debates in language learning and acquisition. Why do language learners remain silent or exhibit reticence? In what ways can silence in the language learning […]
Amanda Fulford, Edge Hill University: Solitude: Encounter, Communion and Revealing in Shepherd and Thoreau
The third ISRS (International Society for Research on Solitude) Seminar took place on the 9th July 2021. Prof Amanda Fulford from the Edge Hill University presented the theme ‘Solitude: Encounter, Communion and Revealing in Shepherd and Thoreau’. There were participants from Australia, Poland, the UK, and the USA. Professor Fulford by sharing her research on the two fascinating […]
Participants from nine countries (Canada, Ireland, Israel, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Poland, UK, and USA) attended the second ISRS (International Society for Research on Solitude) Seminar on the 22nd April 2021. Dr Richard Cleveland presented the theme “Children and Silence”. Richard is an associate professor and program director of the Counselor Education Program at Georgia Southern University, […]
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