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Knowledge Cultures

VOLUME 12(1) • 2024 TOP LINK

What It Means to Belong in the Global South:An Introduction to a Special Issue on ‘Wrestling With (Not) Belonging’
Author: Elba Ramirez, Sean Sturm, And Pasley
55
A Necromantic Hauntology of the Void: Pasados que (Nunca) Fueron y Futuros que (Nunca) Pueden Ser in the Canary Islands
Author: Elba Ramirez
40
Africa’s Triple Heritage and Being and Becoming African in Ghana: A Futile Pursuit or a Promising Prospect?
Author: Delali Amuzu, David Addae
38
Aloned to Assay It: The Esoteric(ist) and the Academy
Author: Neil Boland
39
Kapwa as Queer Inclusion
Author: Eunice Gaerlan
39
‘Kind of Business, You Know?’ The Commercialisation of Inclusion through Non-formal Arts Learning
Author: Puchao Yang, Nicholas Rowe
37
Neki Arā, Arā Neki: Art, Belonging and Not Belonging, Māori and Pākehā in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Author: Mark Harvey
38
Period Talks
Author: Amber Ward, Hsin Fang
43
Remnants of Belonging: Crimean Krymchak Cultural Preservation in the Face of Discursive Cleansing
Author: Desiree Montenegro, Victoria A. Newsom, Lara Martin Lengel
49
Reweaving our Pepeha: Towards a Mestizaje of Remembering
Author: Alejandra Jaramillo-Aristizábal, Diana Albarrán González
43
The Art of Not Belonging: Decolonising Intercultural Visual Arts Education in Chile
Author: Veronica Garcia-Lazo, Daniela Appelgren
90
The Challenges of Writing: The ‘Long and Winding Road’ of Belonging to Academia
Author: Ana Maria Benton Z, Smridhi Marwah
41
The Ethics of (Un)Belonging in Education
Author: Andrie Savva
58
When the Body is Not Enough: The Societal Gaze in Nella Larsen’s Passing and Maggie Nelson’s The Argonauts
Author: Kathleen (Buchan) Kelly
31
‘The Questions We Ask Are Fateful’: Connecting and Communicating Through Appreciative Inquiry and Kind Research
Author: Christine Woods, Billie Lythberg
41

VOLUME 11(3) • 2023 TOP LINK

Epistemic Media: Their History and Relations to Subjectivity
Author: Eran Fisher
346
Slow Scholarship Looped in Dark Ecology: A Mortonian Perspective on the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning
Author: Hamish Cowan
334
An Indigenous Ethics of Visual Research
Author: Sean Sturm
319
Reconceptualising Early Childhood Teachers’ Responses as Political Dialogues
Author: Fiona Westbrook
319
On Virtual Mobility in Three Central European Universities: Similar but Different?
Author: Mariusz Baranowski, Piotr Jabkowski
254
The Limits of Control: The Smart Grid as Energy Commons?
Author: Elina E. K. Suonio
279

VOLUME 11(2) • 2023 TOP LINK

Academics as Educators: Subjectivity-Centric Practice in Higher Education
Author: Hamish Cowan
651
Surviving the Years of Plague: Two Feminist Academics’ Interrupted Reading of Raewyn Connell’s The Good University
Author: Agnes Bosanquet, Barbara M. Grant, Sean Sturm
617
The Relationship between Recreational International Travel Experience, Openness to Experience and Cultural Intelligence in High School Students
Author: Ziting (Elaine) Gao
591
What’s so European about the Crisis of the European Sciences?
Author: Andrew Haas
552
Resolving the Passion of Responsibility through the Secret
Author: Hadi Shahi Gharehaghaji
682
Virtualisation of the Lifeworld and Anthropological Changes of the Person of the Digital Era
Author: Tatyana Gennadyevna Leshkevich, Olga Vladimirovna Kataeva
688
Advanced Computational Thing-Kin: Sociomaterial Kinship and the MakerSpace
Author: Emit Snake-Beings et al.
621
Conceptual Autoethnography: Every Third Linefrom Work Emails I Sent in 2021
Author: Kurt Borchard
505

VOLUME 11(1) • 2023 TOP LINK

Mobilising for Action: Introduction to the Special Issue
Author: Mark Harvey, Marie McEntee
996
He Taonga Kē Ngā Kaumātua: Kaumātua Perspectives of te Taiao, Ngahere and Taonga Species
Author: Ariana Apiti et al.
886
‘Pūrākau o te Ngahere’: Indigenous Māori Interpretations, Expressions and Connection to Taonga Species and Biosecurity Issues
Author: Bevan Erueti et al.
1022
Te Mauri o te Kauri me te Ngahere:Indigenous Knowledge, te Taiao (the Environment) and Wellbeing
Author: Pikihuia Pomare et al.
1061
Mai i te Pū ki te Wānanga: Interpreting Synchronistic Meaning Through a Wānanga Methodology
Author: Nathan Matamua et al.
958
Indigenous Knowledge Revitalisation: Indigenous Māori Gardening and its Wider Implications for the People of Tūhoe
Author: Natasha Tassell-Matamua, Teina Boasa-Dean, Marie McEntee
859
Toi Taiao Whakatairanga: Tukanga: Processes of Navigating the Interface between Art Curation/Research, Forest Ecologies and Māori Perspectives
Author: Mark Harvey et al.
1048
Disease Narratives and Artistic Alternatives
Author: Sophie Jerram et al.
978
Interweaving Multiple Knowledges to Support Children’s Participation and Engagement in Biosecurity and Forest Health: Toitū te Ngahere
Author: Marie McEntee et al.
2768
What We Do in Kauri Forests: Exploring the Affective Worlds of ‘High Risk’ Users of Vulnerable Forest Areas in Aotearoa|New Zealand
Author: Sara MacBride-Stewart et al.
1002
Healing Fragmentation of Forest Biosecurity Networks: A Conceptual and Reflexive Mapping Analysis of Postcolonial Relations that Matter in Aotearoa|New Zealand and Cymru|Wales
Author: Sara MacBride-Stewart et al.
1147
Positioning Research to Improve Tree-Biosecurity Relations
Author: Alison Greenaway et al.
1138
Walking, Sensing, Knowing: An Ethnography on Foot Around Forest Biosecurity Interventions in Te-Ika-ā-Māui
Author: Maria Blanca Ayala
904
Neoliberal Knowledge Production in Aotearoa New Zealand: Confronting Kauri Dieback and Myrtle Rust
Author: Katja-Soana Ehler et al.
1062

VOLUME 10(3) • 2022 TOP LINK

Critical Theory in the Glocal South: Introduction
Author: Kirsten Locke et al.
1154
The Settler Baggage of Abstraction
Author: Simon Barber
976
Mānava ‘i he Loto Manava: Creatively Critical Tongan Sense-Making in the Glocal South
Author: Dagmar Vaikalafi Dyck et al.
957
Finding the Words: Using Critical Theory to Speak Back to Our Institutions
Author: Sereana Naepi, Chelsea Naepi
1753
Black Indigeneity and Oceanic Critical Theory
Author: Nathan Rew
1030
A Manifesto of Shambolic Form: Approaching Creative-Critical Practice at the Intersection Where Artistic Research, the Global South and Critical Theory Coalesce
Author: alys longley, Francisco González Castro
1044
Mapping the Aesthetic Dimensions of Power: Ethically Wayfinding across Borders
Author: alys longley et al.
1093
Critical Theory and Academia: Ontological Im/possibilities for Upholding Plural Worlds
Author: Alejandra Jaramillo-Aristizabal
895
De/Colonisation and the Un/Doing of Critical Theory
Author: Elba Ramirez, And Pasley
1485

VOLUME 10(2) • 2022 TOP LINK

Learning to Be, Differently? UNESCO, The Faure Report, and Mutual Appreciation in Retrospect and Prospect
Author: Jeremy Rappleye, Hikaru Komatsu
1352
Your Discomfort Is Valid: Big Feelings and Open Pedagogy
Author: Liz Pearce et al.
1836
Invisible Women: The PBRF as a Regime of Inequality in Aotearoa New Zealand
Author: Kirsten Locke, Lydia Bensky
1555
Conceptual Writing to Explore Meaning-Making in Social Theory: Remixing Herbert Spencer and Karl Marx
Author: Kurt Borchard
1843
Reflection through Diffraction: Interdisciplinarity in Energy Science
Author: Jaqueline de Godoy et al.
1228
ASMR Literacies: Toward a Posthuman Structure of Feeling
Author: David Lewkowich
1245
Radicalising Cultures of Uneven Data-Driven Political Communication
Author: Mariusz Baranowski
1276

VOLUME 10(1) • 2022 TOP LINK

Challenging EdTech: Towards a More Inclusive, Accessible and Purposeful Version of EdTech
Author: Salomey Tardy Hackman, Stefan Reindl
1900
Assessment Dialogues in Mentoring in Norwegian Teacher Education: Tensions between Different Forms of Knowledge
Author: Monika Merket
1500
Open Schools: Will It Be Different This Time?
Author: Kristan A. Morrison
1386
Establishing the Merger of a Tertiary Education System in Public Discourse: The Case of the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology
Author: Bradley R. J. Hannigan, Nelly Asmatullayeva
1252
Unravelling Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT): Leontiev’s and Engeström’s Approaches to Activity Theory
Author: Ngo Cong-Lem
1743
The Performativity of Algorithmic Trading: The Epistemology of Flash Crashes
Author: Marta Gasparin, Christophe Schinckus
1440
Compassion as Our Origin: Examining a Kyoto School Approach
Author: Nanae Fukui
1432
If Metaphysics Is to Have a Future
Author: Andrew Haas
1391

VOLUME 9(3) • 2021 TOP LINK

Editorial: The Politics and Practices of Kindness
Author: Emma Willis, Alena Kavka
1701
Investigating the Call to Kindness: A Study with Community Participants in Aotearoa New Zealand
Author: Sarah Nutbrown et al.
1996
‘Kindness’ as Violence in the Settler-Colonial State of New Zealand
Author: Dylan Asafo
1721
Kindness in Court in Aotearoa New Zealand
Author: Alice Mills et al.
1691
The Politics and Policies of Kindness in Aotearoa New Zealand
Author: Alan Johnson
1438
The Crisis of Housing Affordability: Kindness to People and Environmental Resilience?
Author: Michael John Webster, Dushko Bogunovich
1599
Kindness in Giving? Giving to and through the Arts in the Time of COVID-19
Author: Molly Mullen, Billie Lythberg
1532
Manaakitanga me te kōrero: Helping Hands and Conversations: Conditions of Possibility in Kindness in Live Art and Performance-based Art
Author: Mark Harvey
1390
Teaching the Totality of a Person: Manaakitanga, Kindness and Pedagogy: An Interview with Dr Hirini Kaa
Author: Hirini Kaa, Emma Willis
1591
Kindness in Educational Critique
Author: Caroline Yoon, Sarah Penwarden
1299
Kindness as Water in the University
Author: Alys Longley et al.
2294
Editorial Conclusion: Kindness in the Review Process
Author: Caroline Yoon et al.
1481

VOLUME 9(2) • 2021 TOP LINK

The Idea of Care for Reason in Chinese Philosophy and Its Influence on German Enlightenment: The Reception of Confucianism in the Moral Philosophy of Christian Wolff
Author: Bretislav Horyna
1781
The Gel in the Pell-Mell: Performing Arts Teachers as Agents of Cultural Integration in an Era of Mass Migration
Author: Nicholas Rowe
1495
Vibrant Matter’s Fitness for Death: The Scandal of Bobby Calves in New Zealand’s Farming Industry
Author: Victoria O’Sullivan
1744
Stereotype Threat: A Hidden Barrier for Academics who Teach?
Author: Andrew Fisher
1843

VOLUME 9(1) • 2021 TOP LINK

Ethics or Bias? Conceptual Confusion and Exclusion in Professional Ethics Classrooms
Author: James Bigari
2033
Varieties of Ethics in Academia: Rationalities of Scientific Responsibility in the (German) March for Science
Author: Julia Elven
1687
Global Humanities: Pursuing New Discourses and New Institutions for Life on Earth
Author: John Noyes, Bo Stråth
2050
Digital Humanities in Oman: Logistics, Challenges and Opportunities
Author: Sandhya Rao Mehta, Kirsten Hemmy
2056
Justice in the Living Market: Subjectivation Processes in Neoliberalism
Author: Ana María Valle
1856
Student Mobility and the Internationalisation of Higher Education in the UK
Author: Hao Liu
2107

VOLUME 8(3) • 2020 TOP LINK

Pandemic Education
Author: Sean Sturm et al.
2543
The Pragmatic Nature of the Virus and its Biopolitical Drive
Author: Marco A. Jiménez
2180
Capital Immunodeficiency and the Viral Contagion of Capitalism
Author: Jason J. Wallin, Jennifer A. Sandlin
2494
Will We Learn from COVID-19? Ecopedagogical Calling (Un)heard
Author: Greg William Misiaszek
2370
The Quiet Earth: Re-Functioning Socio-material Knowledge in the Crisis of the Pandemic
Author: Emit Snake-Beings
2184
Plague, Pedagogy and Pleasure: Creative Interventions in Higher Education
Author: Tatiana Chemi
2169
Immunized Community and Biopolitics in Times of Pandemic
Author: Ana Maria Valle
2181
International Higher Education and Global Citizenship Education: The Rise of Critical Cosmopolitanism’s ‘Personhood’ in the Age of COVID-19
Author: Benjamin Green
2227
An Ethic of Care for People with Disabilities during the COVID-19 Pandemic in China: Towards Greater Social Justice
Author: Wangqian Fu, Li Cheng
2098
COVID-19 and Disparities in Education: Collective Responsibility Can Address Inequities
Author: Fawzia Reza
3393
Pandemic Education as an ‘Education-against-Thoughtlessness’: Creating Collective Responsibility against Self-Interest
Author: Beaujorne Sirad A. Ramirez
2117
COVID-19: The Changing Face of Global Citizenship and the Rise of Pandemic Citizenship
Author: Stephanie Hollings
2817
Individual Interests, Community Responsibility and Public Power
Author: Wener Zheng
2133
COVID Scholar-Activism in Miniature: A Peep-Hole Diorama Letter Play
Author: Lauren Ila Misiaszek
2149

VOLUME 8(2) • 2020 TOP LINK

Education and its Philosophy as Pandemic
Author: Marianna Papastephanou
2384
Care versus Autonomy
Author: Liz Jackson
2145
On the Educative Potential of Reservoir Bats: Practices of Response-Ability for the Chthulucene
Author: Victoria O’Sullivan
2117
A Message to You, Rudy: Hear Reason, or Nature Will Make You Feel Her
Author: Petar Jandrić
2316
The Coronavirus Outbreak Calls for Cosmopolitan Responses
Author: Niclas Rönnström, Klas Roth
2292
‘Digital Home Schooling’ During the Pandemic: Possibilities and Challenges
Author: Ruyu Hung, Unik Ambar Wati
3853
On the Edge of the Abyss: From Denial to Praxis
Author: David Neilson
2210
A Fable of Infection
Author: Laurence Simmons
2147
Breach as Flow in the Pandemic Learning Room
Author: Lisa Samuels
2150
A Place with No Time: Re-Conceptualising Child–Adult Relations during ‘Homeschooling’ in the 2020 Pandemic
Author: Sarah Crinall et al.
2257
Uncertain Historical Knowledge for Uncertain Times
Author: Mark E. Helmsing
3047
Early Childhood Education and Care in a Post-Pandemic World: The Possibility of Reimaging the Child as an Other
Author: Helge Wasmuth
2968
How to Continue Not Knowing What Is Right or Wrong Even in Times of Crisis
Author: Anne B. Reinertsen
2175

VOLUME 8(1) • 2020 TOP LINK

Editorial: Can Chinese Internationalism Re-Flatten the Earth? International Student Mobility, Hospitality and Chinese Higher Education
Author: Benjamin Green
2555
Critical Pedagogy According to Marx: On Western Marxism, the New Marx Reading and Its Connections to Pedagogy
Author: Daniel Burghardt
2442
The Kill Chain: Epistemologies and Ethics in the Securitized Academy
Author: Liam Gearon
2530
The University of We: Value-Sensitive Design for an Ethical University
Author: Rikke Toft Nørgård et al.
3715
Democratic Ontologies of Knowledge: Importance Should Be a Given and My Ethical Task Is to Intensify It
Author: Anne B. Reinertsen
2141
Controversies of Expressive Arts Education in Portugal: Insights from Policies and Practices
Author: André Freitas et al.
2917
Emergent Creativity across and between Disciplines
Author: Bem Le Hunte
2675
The Daily Self-presentation of International Students in China: A Case Study with the Perspective of Sociological Institutionalism
Author: Bin Zhao, Zhiyong Zhu
2334

VOLUME 7(3) • 2019 TOP LINK

Introduction: Cosmopolitanism and the Need for Re-Imagining Society and Education
Author: NICLAS RÖNNSTRÖM, KLAS ROTH
3729
Critical Thinking or Moral Perfection as the Ultimate End of (Cosmopolitan) Education
Author: KLAS ROTH
3785
To Learn to Live Educationally – Toward a Thin Moral Cosmopolitanism through Deliberative Communication
Author: TOMAS ENGLUND
3480
Cosmopolitanism and the Pedagogy of Immediacy: Preparing Teachers for the Philosophical Life of Early Childhood
Author: VIKTOR JOHANSSON
3145
Morality without Rights? The Empty Space in Cosmopolitan Education
Author: REBECCA ADAMI
4037
Educational Cosmopolitanism: Complex Capabilities, Institutional Requirements and a Research Stance
Author: NICLAS RÖNNSTRÖM
3627

VOLUME 7(2) • 2019 TOP LINK

PROBLEMS OF INTEGRATION IN URBAN STATE SCHOOLS FOR MIGRANT CHILDREN: FROM THE FOUCAULTIAN PERSPECTIVE
Author: WENSHU LI
3576
MODEL PEOPLE’S DISCIPLINE ON OTHERS AND SELF-DISCIPLINE
Author: LINCUI WEI
3725
A HISTORICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE TRANSITION FROM “NORMAL EDUCATION” TO “TEACHER EDUCATION”: A FOUCAULDIAN PERSPECTIVE
Author: QI YARUI
3274
DISCIPLINE IN THE XUEJI
Author: YANFANG WANG
3669
DISCIPLINARY INSTRUCTION LIST IN PRIMARY EDUCATION
Author: YAO YAO ZHANG
3446
FOUCAULT’S TRUTH REGIMES AND GOVERNANCE IN CHINA
Author: WEN LINGCHEN
3733
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INDIVIDUAL CREATIVITY AND COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE IN MODERN CHINESE SOCIETY
Author: ZHANG CHUANYUE
4730
THE DISCIPLINE OF THE GAZE: SELF-TECHNOLOGY AND IDOL TRAINEES
Author: JUNYUAN ZHANG
3823

VOLUME 7(1) • 2019 TOP LINK

FOUCAULT IN CHINESE EDUCATIONAL STUDIES
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
2844
AESTHETIC EDUCATION: TOWARD A POSSIBLE AESTHETIC LIFE
Author: XU JINYUAN
3714
USING FOUCAULT’S THEORY OF TECHNOLOGIES OF THE SELF TO EXAMINE THE LEARNING PROCESS IN CHINA’S MATH CLASSROOMS
Author: CHI XIAO
3250
GOVERNMENTALITY AND PRIVATE TUTORING IN CHINA
Author: HAO FENG
3860
FOUCAULDIAN PERSPECTIVE: EXPLORING GOVERNMENTALITY AND THE SELF-DEVELOPMENT OF CHINA’S SHADOW EDUCATION SECTOR
Author: LI CUICUI
3551
DISCIPLINE UNDER CHINA’S COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION SYSTEM REFLECTED IN THE DOCUMENTARY SENIOR YEAR – BASED ON FOUCAULT’S MICRO-POWER THEORY
Author: ZHANG SHIQIN
3552
FROM DISCIPLINE TO COMMUNICATION: REFLECTIONS ON THE RECONSTUCTION OF TEACHER–STUDENT RELATIONSHIPS
Author: HAO DONGHUI
4033
HOW FOUCAULT’S THOUGHTS AFFECT PEDAGOGY RESEARCH IN CHINA
Author: QI SHAN
3979

VOLUME 6(3) • 2018 TOP LINK

TERROR(OLOGY) IN THE TIME OF “COSMOPOLITANISM”
Author: MARIANNA PAPASTEPHANOU
4100
A COSMOPOLITANISM OF FEAR: THE GLOBAL SIGNIFICANCE OF TERRORISM AFTER THE 9/11
Author: DANIELE SANTORO
4147
A DISSENTIC SPACE FOR THE COSMOPOLITAN AND THE TERRORIST
Author: MICHAEL MURPHY
4299
POST-PRODUCTIVIST EDUCATION AND THE CHALLENGE OF EXTREME IDENTITIES
Author: DAVID J. BLACKER
3449
TERROR AND THE ROLE OF EDUCATION: A KANTIAN RESPONSE TO A MILITANT UTOPIAN CRITIQUE OF THE PREVAILING CULTURE OF POLITICS
Author: KLAS ROTH
3630
A MORAL VACUUM
Author: CHRISTOPHER NORRIS
3799

VOLUME 6(2) • 2018 TOP LINK

UNSETTLING BINARIES OF KNOWLEDGE, CULTURE AND EDUCATION
Author: GEORGINA STEWART, CARL MIKA
3953
TEACHING AS DIALOGIC CONCEPTUAL ART
Author: EUGENE MATUSOV, ANA MARJANOVIC-SHANE
4168
THINKING WITH KLOSTERMAN’S RAZOR: DIFFRACTING “REVIEWER 2” AND RESEARCH WRONGNESS
Author: AMBER WARD, REBECCA C. CHRIST, CANDACE R. KUBY, SARAH B. SHEAR
4236
STOLEN GENERATIONS: TEACHING ABOUT THE EXPERIENCES OF TRAUMA
Author: NEIL HARRISON, JACKIE BURKE, IVAN CLARKE
5145
DARK DREAMS AND MALIGN CREATIVITY
Author: LOUISE KATZ
4033
FICTION/NON-FICTION, OR: MYTH AND THE ARCHITECT’S ARCHITECTURE
Author: ALEXANDRA BROWN, ANDREW P. STEEN
4253
PLAY AND INDIGENOUS GAMES OF CHILDREN: A CULTURAL HERITAGE OF WESTERN ODISHA, INDIA
Author: RASHMI PRAMANIK, SHREYASI BHATTACHARYA
4327
BEYOND PROMETHEUS: CREATIVITY, DISCOURSE, IDEOLOGY, AND THE ANTHROPOCENE
Author: CAMILLA NELSON
4360
WATER, FIRE AND THE FEMININE IN THE PRE-HISPANIC WORLD: CREATION AND DESTRUCTION OF CULTURE
Author: MARCO A. JIMÉNEZ GARCÍA, ANA MARÍA VALLE VÁZQUEZ
3943

VOLUME 6(1) • 2018 TOP LINK

INTRODUCTION: DOMINANCE AND CRITIQUE IN AND OF EDUCATION
Author: CARL MIKA, GEORGINA STEWART
4275
FLIPPING THE SCRIPT: RETHINKING WORKING-CLASS RESISTANCE
Author: HENRY A. GIROUX
3189
PASTORATE POWER, MARKET LIBERALISM AND A KNOWING WITHOUT KNOWING
Author: BRUCE MOGHTADER
3884
‘BASTUHARA NARI’ OR FEMININE HOMELESSNESS: WOMEN OF THE STREETS
Author: SAYAN DEY
4655
EDUCATION FOR THE HIJRAS: TRANSGENDER PERSONS OF INDIA
Author: ROMI JAIN
6201
EXPLORING THE SUPERVISION EXPERIENCES OF CHINESE OVERSEAS PHD STUDENTS IN NEW ZEALAND
Author: QUN DING, NESTA DEVINE
4003
PRISMATIC STORYING: MAKING VISIBLE MULTI COLOURED CODES
Author: MARGARET J. STUART, LESLEY K. RAMEKA
3930
REFLECTIONS ON ALGORITHMIC THINKING FOR VIDEO ANALYSIS – SORTING OUT COMPLEX HUMAN ACTIVITIES
Author: KATHRIN OTREL-CASS
4141
GEORGES DUMÉZIL AND THE INDOMITABLE MYTH
Author: MARCO A. JIMÉNEZ
3679
THE NON-NATIVE LANGUAGE OF CYBERPUNK: FROM RETRO-DICTION TO PRE-DICTION AND BACK AGAIN. AN INTERVIEW WITH BRUCE STERLING
Author: PETAR JANDRIĆ
3205

VOLUME 5(6) • 2017 TOP LINK

EDITORIAL: AIMS AND ENDS IN EDUCATION
Author: CHRISTOPH TESCHERS, SHIRLEY HARRIS
3821
AIMS AS EXPERIENCE
Author: JOHN FREEMAN-MOIR
3942
THE HEART OF THE MATTER: A WRITTEN PRESENTATION OF THE SIXTH ANNUAL PETER FRASER MEMORIAL LECTURE
Author: KIRSTEN LOCKE et al.
3821
HUMANIZING SECONDARY SCHOOL CONTEXTS: LEARNING FROM AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND AND PERU
Author: LETITIA HOCHSTRASSER FICKEL et al.
4014
A BEAUTIFUL LIFE AS AN END OF EDUCATION
Author: CHRISTOPH TESCHERS
4353
BACK TO THE FUTURE? AIMS AND ENDS FOR FUTURE-ORIENTED SCIENCE EDUCATION POLICY – THE NEW ZEALAND CONTEXT
Author: JANE GILBERT
3597
AIMS OF EDUCATION IN A POST-NEOLIBERAL CONTEXT
Author: NESTA DEVINE
4159

VOLUME 5(5) • 2017 TOP LINK

EDITORIAL: VISUAL PEDAGOGIES AND DIGITAL CULTURES
Author: PETAR JANDRIC, SARAH HAYES
3839
REFLECTIVE RECONSTRUCTION OF VISUAL PRODUCTS: STUDYING THE WATER CYCLE
Author: KATHRIN OTREL-CASS
3299
TÉCHNÊ OF THE VISUAL
Author: KATARINA PEOVIC VUKOVIC
4052
MOVING TOWARDS THE TRIALECTICS OF SPACE, DISABILITY, AND INTERSECTIONALITY: INTERSECTING SPATIALITY AND ARTS-BASED VISUAL METHODOLOGIES
Author: HOLLY E. PEARSON
3434
VISUAL DIMENSIONS OF PROTEST: THREE EXAMPLES FROM THE BALKANS
Author: DAVID A. BROWN, EVANGELOS EVANGELINIDIS, MARIJA MARTINOVIC
3937
CODING THE COMPLEXITY OF ACTIVITY IN VIDEO RECORDINGS: A PROPOSAL FOR CONSTRUCTING CODES FOR VIDEO ANALYSIS USING ACTIVITY THEORY
Author: CHRISTOPHER HARTER, KATHRIN OTREL-CASS
3427
LEARNING FROM DIGITAL VIDEO CASES: HOW FUTURE TEACHERS PERCEIVE THE USE OF OPEN SOURCE TOOLS AND OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
Author: IVANA BATARELO KOKIC, SUZANA RUKAVINA
3544
BOOK REVIEW: COLLECTIVE KNOWLEDGE ARISES FROM MULTIMODAL, DIALOGIC INTERTEXTUALITY: LEARNING IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL REASON (2017) BY PETAR JANDRIC
Author: NATAŠA LACKOVIC
3031

VOLUME 5(4) • 2017 TOP LINK

INTRODUCTION: CRITICAL CULTURES OF KNOWLEDGE
Author: CARL MIKA, GEORGINA STEWART
3490
NEOLIBERAL POLITICS AND THE DEAD BODIES OF CHILDREN
Author: HENRY A. GIROUX
3260
CRITICAL MOMENTS OF (UN)DOING DOCTORAL SUPERVISION: COLLABORATIVE WRITING AS RHIZOMATIC PRACTICE
Author: SIMONE FULLAGAR, ADELE PAVLIDIS, RAPHAELA STADLER
3351
DIALOGICAL CRITICAL THINKING IN CHILDREN
Author: MARIE-FRANCE DANIEL, GABRIELA FIEMA
4005
HETEROGLOSSIAL POSITIONING? BICULTURALISM IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IN AOTEAROA/NEW ZEALAND
Author: M. J. STUART
3467
IN THE MARKET FOR AN ECE TRANSITION-TO-SCHOOL PROGRAMME?
Author: LEON BENADE et al.
3475
TENSIONS BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE DISCOURSES IN TEACHER EDUCATION: DOES CURRENT NORWEGIAN REFORM REPRESENT AN ATTACK ON CRITICAL KNOWLEDGE?
Author: CECILIE R. HAUGEN, TINE A. HESTBEK
3101
MINDING THE GAP BETWEEN DIALECTICAL AND DIALOGICAL: USE OF BAKHTINIAN CONCEPTS IN NORWEGIAN EDUCATIONAL STUDIES
Author: MIKHAIL GRADOVSKI
3419

VOLUME 5(3) • 2017 TOP LINK

SPECIAL ISSUE: THE CARNIVALESQUE AND DEMOCRACY ACROSS DIVERSE CONTEMPORARY LEARNING CONTEXTS • INTRODUCTION: A ‘WRONG-HEADED’ READING OF CARNIVAL, DEMOCRACY AND EDUCATION
Author: TIMOTHY J. LENSMIRE, E. JAYNE WHITE
3767
CARNIVAL, DRAMA, AND MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH LEARNERS: THE LANGUAGE OF PLAY AND RESISTANCE
Author: ANNELIESE CANNON
3559
THE LAUGHING TRUTH: RACE AND HUMOR IN A DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING CLASS
Author: JESSICA DOCKTER TIERNEY
3686
CARNIVAL UTTERANCE, CARNIVAL BODY, CARNIVAL PEDAGOGY: USING BAKHTIN TO WORK TOWARD A THEORY FOR CREATING LIBERATORY, INSTITUTIONAL SPACES FOR MALE STUDENT WRITERS
Author: TOM FRIEDRICH
3637
PRESCHOOL DISCOURSE INTERACTIONS: PLAYFUL MEANING MAKING FROM A CARNIVAL LENS
Author: LYNN E. COHEN
3657
EMBRACING THE CARNIVALESQUE: YOUNG CHILDREN’S HUMOUR AS PERFORMANCE AND COMMUNICATION
Author: LAURA TALLANT
14753
A FEAST OF FOOLS: MEALTIMES AS DEMOCRATIC ACTS OF RESISTANCE AND COLLUSION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Author: E. JAYNE WHITE
3549

VOLUME 5(2) • 2017 TOP LINK

EDITORIAL: LEARNING, TECHNOLOGIES, AND TIME IN THE AGE OF GLOBAL NEOLIBERAL CAPITALISM
Author: SARAH HAYES, PETAR JANDRIĆ
4272
UPDATE YOURSELF: LEARNING TO FORGET IN THE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY
Author: GERALD ARGENTON
3857
THE SLOWLY STRUCTURED CLASSROOM: NARRATIVE TIME, LIVED EXPERIENCE AND THE CONTEMPORARY HE CLASSROOM
Author: AMANDA RUSSELL BEATTIE
3861
YOU’VE GOT MAIL: TRACKING AND FRAMING ACADEMIC LIVES
Author: CHRISTINE SINCLAIR
3836
TIME, TELOS, TECHNE, DOXA: THE CHALLENGES OF MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES
Author: RICHARD TERRY
3732
ENABLING BOTTOM-UP PRACTICES IN URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIOS
Author: BURAK PAK
4052
UNLOCKING THE POTENTIALITY AND ACTUALITY OF ICTs IN DEVELOPING SUSTAINABILITY-JUSTICE CURRICULA AND SOCIETY
Author: VASSILIOS MAKRAKIS
3781
ASSEMBLY LINES OR ASSEMBLAGES: WHAT THE HUMAN EQUATION CAN TEACH US ABOUT CREATIVITY AND A MODERN EDUCATION SYSTEM IN THE DIGITAL AGE
Author: PAUL SYME
3748
BRAIN-BASED LEARNING FOR ACCELERATED ONLINE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AS A FOUNDATION FOR RESISTANCE OF PREDATORY PRACTICES ON THE “TIME-POOR”
Author: LYDIA ROSE
3277
THE CHANGING CHILD
Author: JULIE RESHE
4604
THE ETHICS AND IMPACT OF DIGITAL IMMORTALITY
Author: MAGGI SAVIN-BADEN, DAVID BURDEN, HELEN TAYLOR
6179
FEATURE ARTICLE: INTERVIEW WITH SIÂN BAYNE. FROM ANTHROPOCENTRIC HUMANISM TO CRITICAL POSTHUMANISM IN DIGITAL EDUCATION
Author: SIÂN BAYNE, PETAR JANDRIĆ
5310

VOLUME 5(1) • 2017 TOP LINK

INTRODUCTION: ECONOMY, INNOVATION, EDUCATION
Author: GEORGINA STEWART, CARL MIKA
3835
AUTHORITARIANISM, CLASS WARFARE, AND THE ADVANCE OF NEOLIBERAL AUSTERITY POLICIES
Author: HENRY A. GIROUX
4146
EDUCATION FOR A POST-WORK FUTURE: AUTOMATION, PRECARITY, AND STAGNATION
Author: ALEXANDER J. MEANS
5231
CONFRONTING NEOLIBERALISM THROUGH A PARRHESIASTIC PRAXIS IN THE STEERED UNIVERSITY, AND BEYOND
Author: ADAM DAVIDSON-HARDEN
3663
GLOBALISM AND THE EXPERIMENT OF OPENNESS
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS, TINA BESLEY
3932
THE OPEN EDUCATION MOVEMENT: IS THIS THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION?
Author: MARCUS BRONS
4008
COLLECTIVE WRITING: AN INQUIRY INTO PRAXIS
Author: PETAR JANDRIC et al.
6210

VOLUME 4(6) • 2016 TOP LINK

FEATURE EDITORIAL: NEOLIBERAL POLITICS AND THE DEAD BODIES OF CHILDREN
Author: HENRY A. GIROUX
3765
REVOLUTION AND EDUCATION
Author: LILIA D. MONZÓ, PETER MCLAREN
4239
THE POVERTY OF (POST)HUMANITIES
Author: TERESA L. EBERT
4146
A COMMUNIST PEDAGOGY OF BECOMING: CENTERING MARX’S ‘GENERAL LAW OF CAPITALIST ACCUMULATION’
Author: CURRY MALOTT
3634
CLASS STRUGGLE IN CULTURAL FORMATION IN CONTEMPORARY TIMES: A FOCUS ON THE THEORETICAL IMPORTANCE OF ANTONIO GRAMSCI AND THE ORGANIC INTELLECTUALISM OF RUSSELL BRAND
Author: ALPESH MAISURIA
3133
WOMEN AND REVOLUTION: MARX AND THE DIALECTIC
Author: LILIA D. MONZO
4194
INSURRECTION, NOT INCLUSION: EDUCATION AND THE RIGHT TO THE CITY IN OCCUPIED PALESTINE
Author: LAURA JORDAN JAFFEE, DEREK R. FORD
3755
STUDENTS IN REVOLT: THE PEDAGOGICAL POTENTIAL OF STUDENT COLLECTIVE ACTION IN THE AGE OF THE CORPORATE UNIVERSITY
Author: SANDRA DELGADO, E. WAYNE ROSS
3599
TRANSFORMATIVE EDUCATION, CRITICAL EDUCATION, MARXIST EDUCATION: POSSIBILITIES AND ALTERNATIVES TO THE RESTRUCTURING OF EDUCATION IN GLOBAL NEOLIBERAL/NEOCONSERVATIVE TIMES
Author: DAVE HILL
3371
A CRITICAL OVERVIEW OF THE DIGITAL KNOWLEDGE COMMONS FROM A MARXIST PERSPECTIVE
Author: FAITH AGOSTINONE-WILSON
3802
PREFIGURING ALTERNATIVE WORLDS: ORGANIC CRITICAL LITERACIES AND SOCIO-CULTURAL REVOLUTIONS
Author: MIGUEL ZAVALA, NOAH ASHER GOLDEN
3585
IMPERIALISM AND RACIALISED WORLD CAPITALISM OR INTERCULTURAL TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY SOCIALISM
Author: MIKE COLE
3640
CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION IN FANTASY AND REALITY
Author: SAMUEL DAY FASSBINDER
6992
SLAYING THE MONSTER CALLED CAPITAL: TEACHER-WORKER’S POTENTIAL AND REVOLUTIONARY POLITICS
Author: RAVI KUMAR, RAMA PAUL
3816
SCIENCE, KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION AND SOCIAL PRACTICE
Author: KOSTAS SKORDOULIS
3837

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LEARNING UNTIMELY
Author: JUUSO TERVO
4288
CONSENSUS AND DISSENSUS AT THE NEOLIBERAL ART MUSEUM
Author: NADINE M. KALIN
4084
THE ANTINOMY OF AUTONOMY AND HETERONOMY IN CONTEMPORARY ART PRACTICE
Author: ADETTY PÉREZ DE MILES
5433
RANCIÈRE, THE ORIGINS OF THE WORK OF ART EDUCATION, AND NEW STANDARDS
Author: RICHARD SIEGESMUND
3997
THE DELICATE TASTE FOR DEMOCRACY: RETHINKING THE RADICAL POLITICAL POSSIBILITIES OF TASTE IN VISUAL CULTURE ART EDUCATION
Author: TYSON E. LEWIS
3516
FEATURE ARTICLE: POLITICAL FRAUDS, DONALD TRUMP, AND THE GHOST OF TOTALITARIANISM
Author: HENRY A. GIROUX
7061

VOLUME 4(4) • 2016 TOP LINK

KNOWLEDGE(S), CULTURE AND AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY: AN INTRODUCTION
Author: YUSEF WAGHID
4843
THE MAKING OF CULTURE AND DEFINITION OF CULTURAL SPHERES AND BOUNDARIES IN POST-COLONIAL AFRICA: THE ROLE OF EDUCATION IN ACQUIRING AND EXERCISING AGENCY
Author: N’DRI T. ASSIÉ-LUMUMBA
3659
INDIGENOUS RIGHTS, INDIGENOUS EPISTEMOLOGIES, AND LANGUAGE: (RE)CONSTRUCTION OF MODERN KHOISAN IDENTITIES
Author: BERTE VAN WYK
3713
RELIGION, CULTURE, AND THE EXCLUSION OF MUSLIM WOMEN: ON FINDING A REIMAGINED FORM OF INCLUSIVE-BELONGING
Author: NURAAN DAVIDS
3627
A REFLECTION ON KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION IN AFRICA: QUESTIONS OF EPISTEMOLOGY AND RESEARCH FOR SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION IN AFRICA
Author: TUKUMBI LUMUMBA-KASONGO
4543
CRITICAL HUMAN AGENCY IN AFRICA AS A KNOWLEDGE CULTURE: TOWARDS CRITICAL STUDENT AGENCY
Author: TRACEY ISAACS
3532
RE-IMAGING A CONCEPTION OF UBUNTU THAT CAN RECREATE RELEVANT KNOWLEDGE CULTURES IN AFRICA AND AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES
Author: JOSEPH JINJA DIVALA
3489
RECONCEPTUALIZING UBUNTU AS INCLUSION IN AFRICAN HIGHER EDUCATION: TOWARDS EQUALIZATION OF VOICE
Author: RACHEL NDINELAO SHANYANANA, YUSEF WAGHID
3653
A POSTMODERN NARRATIVE FOR AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY
Author: PHILIP HIGGS
4525

VOLUME 4(3) • 2016 TOP LINK

EDITORIAL: INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE
Author: GEORGINA STEWART, CARL MIKA
4354
KNOWLEDGE EMBODIMENT THROUGH DANCE: A STUDY CASE AMONG THE COLOMBIAN SIKUANI
Author: FLOR ANGELA BUITRAGO ESCOBAR, HERMES GAITÁN QUINTERO
4603
THE MAINTENANCE OF MAORI CLASSICAL LITERATURE ON THE MARAE
Author: KATARINA EDMONDS
3935
HOLDING ON TO TLINGIT CULTURE THROUGH RESEARCH AND EDUCATION
Author: NORMA SHORTY
3982
THE ONTOLOGICAL AND ACTIVE POSSIBILITIES OF ‘PAPATUANUKU’: TO NURTURE OR ENFRAME?
Author: CARL MIKA
3776
DIVERSITY AND ECOLOGY VERSUS THE EVIL OF STANDARDIZED EDUCATION
Author: SI BELKACEM TAIEB
4223
INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND EDUCATION POLICY FOR TEACHERS OF MAORI LEARNERS
Author: GEORGINA STEWART
4533
INDIGENOUS STRUGGLES WITHIN THE COLONIAL PROJECT: RECLAIMING INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGES IN THE WESTERN ACADEMY
Author: BETH R. LEONARD, OCEAN R. MERCIER
3603
TEU LE VA: SAMOAN RELATIONAL ETHICS
Author: MELANI ANAE
6367
FEATURE ARTICLE: INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE, METHODOLOGY AND MAYHEM: WHAT IS THE ROLE OF METHODOLOGY IN PRODUCING INDIGENOUS INSIGHTS? A DISCUSSION FROM MATAURANGA MAORI
Author: LINDA TUHIWAI SMITH, TE KAHAUTU MAXWELL, HAUPAI PUKE, POU TEMARA
7255

VOLUME 4(2) • 2016 TOP LINK

CURRICULUM STUDIES AND HISTORICIZING THE PRESENT: THE POLITICAL AND IMPRACTICALITY OF PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE
Author: THOMAS S. POPKEWITZ, JENNIFER DIAZ, CHRISTOPHER KIRCHGASLER
4696
HISTORICIZING AFFECT IN EDUCATION
Author: NANCY LESKO, ALYSSA NICCOLINI
5083
CATHOLICISM AND REPUBLICANISM: SHAPING THE REASON OF THE CITIZEN IN EARLY 19TH CENTURY ARGENTINEAN SCHOOLING
Author: EZEQUIEL GOMEZ CARIDE
4538
LANGUAGE, SCIENCE, AND A MISSION: ANOTHER LOOK AT PLURALISM
Author: LIGIA (LICHO) LÓPEZ LÓPEZ
4824
THE LIMITS OF “KNOWLEDGE FOR ALL”: HISTORICIZING TRANSNATIONAL SCHOOL REFORMS IN KENYA
Author: CHRISTOPHER KIRCHGASLER
4728
THE ACTION-COMPETENT CHILD: RESPONSIBILIZATION THROUGH PRACTICES AND EMOTIONS IN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
Author: MALIN IDELAND
4225
POWER IN THE CHILD AS A PROBLEM SOLVER: MAKING MATHEMATICAL PEOPLE AND THE LIMITS OF STANDARDIZATION
Author: JENNIFER DIAZ
4251

VOLUME 4(1) • 2016 TOP LINK

BORDER CROSSINGS: INTRODUCTION
Author: A.-CHR. ENGELS-SCHWARZPAUL
4793
BUILDING MEETING GROUNDS
Author: ROSS JENNER
4861
“PAPATUANUKU/PAPA:” SOME THOUGHTS ON THE OPPOSITIONAL GROUNDS OF THE DOCTORAL EXPERIENCE
Author: CARL MIKA
3975
MOBILISING INDIGENOUS AND NON-WESTERN THEORETIC-LINGUISTIC KNOWLEDGE IN DOCTORAL EDUCATION
Author: MICHAEL SINGH, CATHERINE MANATHUNGA, TRACEY BUNDA, QI JING
4364
CRAFTING SPACES BETWEEN THE BINARY: RENEGADE LOCATIONS FOR THE RADICAL RE-VISIONING OF NON-TRADITIONAL GRADUATE ADVISING
Author: KRYSTIE NGUYEN, ROLAND W MITCHELL, CHAUNDA ALLEN MITCHELL
3908
SCHOLARLY REARING IN THREE ACTS: BLACK WOMEN’S TESTIMONIAL SCHOLARSHIP AND THE CULTIVATION OF RADICAL BLACK FEMALE INTER-SUBJECTIVITY
Author: KIRSTEN T. EDWARDS, DENISE TALIAFERRO BASZILE
3563
IGNORANCE AND INTENSITY: BECOMING THROUGH THE DOCTORAL THESIS
Author: INGRID BOBERG, NESTA DEVINE
4348
SHARED DIFFERENCES: CREATIVITY IN GRADUATE RESEARCH
Author: BARBARA MILECH, SARAH MCGANN
4549

VOLUME 3(6) • 2015 TOP LINK

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION: ACADEMIC SELF-KNOWLEDGE AS A CAUSE OF ANXIETY?
Author: SHARON RIDER
4103
THE PROBLEM OF SPEAKING FOR OTHERS REDUX: INSISTENCE ON DISCLOSURE AND THE ETHICS OF ENGAGEMENT
Author: DON KULICK
4786
ANXIETIES OF KNOWING: ACADEMIC PATHOLOGIES, CRITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND THE CULTURE OF SELF
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
3931
AN EXISTENTIAL ERRAND: SCHOLARSHIP, AUTHORSHIP AND THE CRISIS OF REPRESENTATION
Author: THOMAS BASBØLL
4525
FICTION AS A SOURCE OF SELF-KNOWLEDGE: COGNITIVE NARRATOLOGY FACES THE DEMANDS OF FRANZ KAFKA
Author: ANNIKEN GREVE
4256
EUROPEAN UNIVERSITIES: ANOTHER SOMEWHAT LAMENTING – YET BASICALLY HOPEFUL – ACCOUNT
Author: THORSTEN NYBOM
1625

VOLUME 3(5) • 2015 TOP LINK

PARTNERSHIP, POWER AND EDUCATION
Author: LEON BENADE
4608
EDUCATION AS THE POWER OF PARTNERSHIP: THE CONTEXT OF CO-LABOR-ATION
Author: MICHAEL A PETERS
4130
“EDUCATION AS THE POWER OF PARTNERSHIP: THE CONTEXT OF CO-LABORATION.” A REPLY TO MICHAEL PETERS
Author: JOHN O’NEILL
4160
COMMUNITY, PARTNERSHIP, AND COLLABORATION
Author: NESTA DEVINE
4443
PARTNERSHIP AS INTELLECTUAL KINSHIP
Author: PETER ROBERTS
4805
SYMBOLIC POLICY AND THE EDUCATIONAL MYTH OF BICULTURALISM
Author: MEGAN LOURIE
4705
PARTNERSHIP, HEALTH AND AGEING RESEARCH. WALKING THE TALK & LESSONS LEARNT
Author: MERE KEPA, LORNA DYALL
4157
POWER AND PARTNERSHIP: MAKING-UP EARLY CHILDHOOD KNOWLEDGES
Author: SANDY FARQUHAR, ANDREW GIBBONS, MAREK TESAR
4193
THE ROLE OF FRIENDSHIP AND PARTNERSHIP IN AN EDUCATION FOR LIFE
Author: CHRISTOPH TESCHERS
4536
POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH SUPERVISION AS A PARTNERSHIP IN THE CONTEXT OF FREIRE’S DIALOGICAL PEDAGOGY
Author: LEON BENADE
4150
DOMESTIC TERRORISM, YOUTH, AND THE POLITICS OF DISPOSABILITY
Author: HENRY A. GIROUX
4459
THE BURSTING BOILER OF DIGITAL EDUCATION: CRITICAL PEDAGOGY AND PHILOSOPHY OF TECHNOLOGY
Author: ANDREW FEENBERG, PETAR JANDRIC
4231
LEARNING IN THE AGE OF MIND AMPLIFICATION
Author: HOWARD RHEINGOLD, PETAR JANDRIC
4299
FROM THE ELECTRONIC FRONTIER TO THE ANTHROPOCENE: A CONVERSATION WITH FRED TURNER
Author: FRED TURNER, PETAR JANDRIC
4320

VOLUME 3(4) • 2015 TOP LINK

INTRODUCTION TO BAKHTIN AT THE BOUNDARIES?
Author: E.J. WHITE
5080
FROM “NEOPHILOLOGY” TO “SOCIOLOGICAL POETICS:” ALTERNATIVES TO FORMALISM IN LITERARY SCHOLARSHIP IN LENINGRAD IN THE 1920S
Author: CRAIG BRANDIST
5632
THE AUTHOR-CREATOR AND THE POLYPHONIC HERO: THE DISCURSIVE PROCEDURES OF IMMISCIBILITY AND INTER-INDEPENDENCE
Author: MARCOS ROGÉRIO MARTINS COSTA
4311
POLYPHONY IN THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV: CHRISTIAN DIALOGICAL TENSION IN ALEXEI FYODOROVICH KARAMAZOV’S INTERACTIONS
Author: DAVI SILISTINO
4696
DIALOGISM AND VOICE IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL NATIVES: A BAKHTINIAN PERSPECTIVE ON THE BRAZILIAN DIGITAL GAME THE SLUM
Author: PATRÍCIA M. F. COELHO
4605
WHAT’S BE HAPPEN? A DIALOGIC APPROACH TO THE ANALYSIS OF HERBS’ NEW ZEALAND REGGAE LYRICS
Author: ELIZABETH TURNER
5050
HETEROGLOSSIA AND INDIGENOUS FEMINIST WRITING AND THEORY
Author: ISABEL DULFANO
4578
CAN I STILL BE MYSELF AROUND THEM HERE? RE-ENVISIONING ETHNIC IDENTITY NEGOTIATION IN MULTIETHNIC SCHOOLS THROUGH A DIALOGIC APPROACH
Author: JAN GUBE
4825
LEARNING “GOOD” AND “BAD” FROM A NORTH KOREAN MONSTER MOVIE: BAKHTIN’S EARLY WRITING AND CHILDREN’S EARLY THINKING
Author: YONGHO KIM, DAVID KELLOGG
4086
TEACHERS TALK ABOUT THEIR LEARNING: A BAKHTINIAN ANALYSIS
Author: DEBRA TALBOT
4310
THE UNLIMITED NATURE OF BAKHTIN DIALOGISM
Author: VLADIMIR P. ZINCHENKO
4552

VOLUME 3(3) • 2015 TOP LINK

INTRODUCTION: AESTHETIC KNOWLEDGE
Author: PETER MURPHY
8734
THE SPECIFICITY OF HUMAN AESTHETICS
Author: DOMINIQUE BOUCHET
5740
MUSIC, ANALOGY AND THE BEAUTY OF EVERYDAYNESS: On Music’s Sense: First Movement
Author: ANDREA VESTRUCCI
4646
MUSIC, WANDERING AND THE LIMIT OF ANY METHOD: On Music’s Sense: Second Movement
Author: ANDREA VESTRUCCI
4628
BUSKING THE DIGITAL HIGHWAY: THE AESTHETICS OF THE EXABYTE
Author: ROBERT JOHNSTONE
5625
LOCOMOTION AND IMAGINATION
Author: PETER MURPHY
5008
DEMOCRACY, UTILITARIANISM AND THE IDEAL OF LIBERAL EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA
Author: GREG MELLEUISH
4688
AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES: BUREAUCRACY, SCHOLASTICISM AND THE END OF BEAUTY
Author: GREG MELLEUISH
4403
THE ART ACADEMY: A GATEWAY TO A BROADER CONCEPT OF CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION
Author: STEPHEN NAYLOR
5243
AESTHETIC IMAGINATION, ORGANIZATIONAL TRANSFORMATION AND ORGANIZATION RESEARCH
Author: SUSANNE MARIA WEBER
4547
THE AESTHETICS OF RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS: OUTLINE OF A RESEARCH AGENDA
Author: CARLO TOGNATO
4446

VOLUME 3(2) • 2015 TOP LINK

PHILOSOPHY AND PEDAGOGY OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Author: NESTA DEVINE, MAREK TESAR
4686
ANALYZING HISTORICAL PATTERNS, EXAMINING CURRENT TRENDS, AND FORECASTING CHANGE IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: A CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
Author: DENIS DUMAS, PATRICIA A. ALEXANDER, LAUREN M. SINGER
4003
CLASS CULTURES, SOCIALIZATION, AND THE SCHOOL: THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO’S COMMITTEE ON HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND THE FIGHT FOR EDUCATIONAL EQUITY, 1940–51
Author: DAVID A. VAREL
4365
USING SELF-REGULATED LEARNING TO REFLECT ON THE CRITICAL COMMITMENTS IN EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Author: STEPHEN VASSALLO
4301
EDUCATION, PSYCHOLOGY AND CULTURE: TOWARDS SYNERGETIC PRACTICES
Author: ANGUS MACFARLANE, SONJA MACFARLANE
5032
READING FREUD TODAY FOR THE DESTINY OF A PSYCHOLOGY OF EDUCATION
Author: DEBORAH BRITZMAN
4269
FROM PUNISHMENT TO PUNCTUATION: THE PRIMAL SCENE AND THE PEDAGOGY OF PSYCHOANALYSIS
Author: BECKY MCLAUGHLIN
4531
THE DANGERS OF COMPASSION: THE POSITIONING OF REFUGEE STUDENTS IN POLICY AND EDUCATION RESEARCH AND IMPLICATIONS FOR TEACHER EDUCATION
Author: SOPHIA RODRIGUEZ
4350
PSY-DISCIPLINARY COGS IN THE TEACHER EDUCATION MACHINE
Author: EVA BENDIX PETERSEN, ZSUZSA MILLEI
4975
THE ETHICS OF EDUCATION FOR/OF GIFTED CHILDREN: THE CENTRAL EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE
Author: VLADIMIR DOCKAL
4887
TEACHING RELATIONSHIPS: BROADENING UNDERSTANDINGS THROUGH THE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF THE CLASSROOM
Author: CHRISTINE M. RUBIE-DAVIES
4302
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, NEUROSCIENCE AND LESSON STUDY: TRANSLATING RESEARCH KNOWLEDGE INTO PRACTICE REQUIRES TEACHER RESEARCH
Author: BRAHM NORWICH
4047

VOLUME 3(1) • 2015 TOP LINK

EDITORIAL: DEMOCRATIC CONSCIENCE VERSUS THE MADNESS OF FANATICAL TERRORISM
Author: DOMINIQUE BOUCHET
5307
INTRODUCTION: OF EMBODIMENT AND RACIALIZATION
Author: GEORGE YANCY
4998
PHENOMENOLOGY OF RACIAL OPPRESSION
Author: LAUREN FREEMAN
4710
THE AFFECTIVE FORCES OF RACIALIZATION: AFFECTS AND BODY SCHEMAS IN FANON AND LORDE
Author: SHILOH WHITNEY
6129
EMBODYING A “NEW” COLOR LINE: RACISM, ANTI-IMMIGRANT SENTIMENT AND RACIAL IDENTITIES IN THE “POSTRACIAL” ERA
Author: GRANT J. SILVA
5298
GIVING THEM SOMETHING THEY CAN FEEL: ON THE STRATEGY OF SCIENTIZING THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF RACE AND RACISM
Author: JEANINE WEEKES SCHROER
3978
FINDING BIGGER IN SOMETHING BIGGER
Author: JANINE JONES
4537

VOLUME 2(6) • 2014 TOP LINK

AN ANTICAPITALISM MANIFESTO
Author: JOHN F. MANLEY
4755
COMRADE JESUS: AN EPISTOLIC MANIFESTO
Author: PETER McLAREN
5389
SOCIAL DEMOCRACY, COMPLEXITY AND EDUCATION: PERSPECTIVES FROM WELFARE LIBERALISM
Author: MARK OLSSEN
5174

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EDITORIAL SPECIAL ISSUE: INTERCULTURAL APPROACHES TO GLOBAL STUDIES IN EDUCATION
Author: TINA BESLEY
4596
EXCLUSION IN EDUCATION: WILL CHILDREN IN CAMBODIA BE ABLE TO COMPLETE A FULL COURSE OF PRIMARY EDUCATION BY 2015?
Author: WENDY ALABASTER
4737
THE INTERCULTURAL JOURNEY OF THE CHINESE ECO ELDERS AND THE CIVIL SERVANT
Author: KAREN M. SUMMERHAYS
4328
“MY STORY”: VALUING THE PERSONAL NARRATIVES OF REFUGEE STUDENTS IN NEW ZEALAND SCHOOLS
Author: WENDY CALDER
6148
RETHINKING TE WHARIKI: NEW ZEALAND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION, GLOBAL REALITIES, AND INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE
Author: GREGORY J. DIGLIN
4995

VOLUME 2(4) • 2014 TOP LINK

INTRODUCTION TO ‘GLOBALISATION: NOW’ • SPECIAL EDITION OF KNOWLEDGE CULTURES
Author: DAVID R. COLE, CHRISTINE WOODROW
5263
WORKING IN THE BORDER ZONE: DEVELOPING CULTURAL COMPETENCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION FOR A GLOBALIZED WORLD
Author: JANE PALMER, JENNIFER CARTER
4809
NEOLIBERAL IMAGINARIUM FOR CONSERVATIVE EDUCATIONAL PRACTICES: CAN PERU, CHILE AND ARGENTINA BE EDUCATIONALLY BALANCED WITH WESTERN WORLD COUNTRIES?
Author: BENJAMIN ZUFIAURRE, OLGA BELLETICH
4189
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AND THE POLITICS OF LANGUAGE AMONG ‘GLOBALISING UNIVERSITIES’ IN ASIA
Author: BRENDA S.A. YEOH, MICHELLE FOONG, K.C. HO
4411
GLOBAL INSCRIPTION DEVICES AND THE POLITICS OF EDUCATION
Author: PETER DAHLER-LARSEN
4954
HIGHER EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT AND KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY OPTIMISM IN ETHIOPIA
Author: TEBEJE MOLLA, TREVOR GALE
6857
RESEARCHING CHILDREN’S LINGUISTIC REPERTOIRES IN GLOBALIZED CLASSROOMS
Author: MARGARET SOMERVILLE, JACQUELINE D’WARTE
4768
STRUGGLING FOR KNOWLEDGE IN TIMES OF COGNITIVE CAPITALISM: YOUTH AND SCHOOL IN CONTEXTS OF URBAN POVERTY
Author: SILVIA GRINBERG, EDUARDO LANGER
4234
THREE NARRATIVES: NATIONAL INTERPRETATIONS OF PISA
Author: DANIEL PETTERSSON
5451

VOLUME 2(3) • 2014 TOP LINK

“INTERNET UNIVERSALITY:” HUMAN RIGHTS AND PRINCIPLES FOR THE INTERNET
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
5552
THE CREATIVE CHILD: CONSTRUCTING CREATIVITY THROUGH EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IN MODERN AMERICA
Author: CAMILLA NELSON
4685
FROM TIGER TO HOUSE CAT: THE CONCEPT OF CREATIVITY IN BELGIAN CATHOLIC EDUCATION (1930–1980)
Author: PIETER FANNES
4780
CREATIVITY AS A HISTORY OF THE PRESENT IN BELGIAN EDUCATION: FROM “NEW AND APPROPRIATE” TO “ENTREPRENEURSHIP” (1950–2013)
Author: BART VRANCKX
4488
CREATIVITY LEARNING IN SCHOOLS: A META-ETHNOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS
Author: MARIANNE DOVEMARK, DENNIS BEACH
5517
DISRUPTING THE CONSENSUS: CREATIVITY IN EUROPEAN EDUCATIONAL DISCOURSES AS A TECHNOLOGY OF GOVERNMENT
Author: CATARINA SILVA MARTINS
5053
FOUR WORDS OF PRIVILEGE
Author: BRETT G. GRANT
4709
NOTES ON CYBER-LUDDISM
Author: HÜSEYİN TOLU
5671

VOLUME 2(2) • 2014 TOP LINK

INTRODUCTION TO AN EXPERIMENT
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
4778
FOUR CONTEXTS FOR PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION AND ITS RELATION TO ECONOMIC POLICY
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
4625
EDUCATION, PHILOSOPHY AND POLITICAL ECONOMY: THE RECLAMATION OF THE IMAGINATION
Author: PETER MURPHY
4836
IN RESPONSE TO FOUR CONTEXTS: THREE IDEAL TYPES
Author: SHARON RIDER
4912
THE COLLAPSE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY AND THE ADVENT OF UNLEARNING SOCIETY • What can we learn from the advent of political economy and the collapse of industrial society?
Author: DOMINIQUE BOUCHET
4853
THE NEW POLITICAL ECONOMY OF EDUCATION POLICY: CULTURAL POLITICS, MOBILITY AND THE MARKET
Author: KALERVO N. GULSON, CHRISTOPHER LUBIENSKI
4951
ECONOMICS AND FOUCAULDIAN EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY: A POLEMICAL ESSAY
Author: JAMES REVELEY
4833
LOOKING BEYOND NEOLIBERAL TERTIARY EDUCATION POLICY FROM TAOIST AND MĀORI PERSPECTIVES
Author: PETER ROBERTS, GEORGINA STEWART
4760
CLEVER BEASTS
Author: NESTA DEVINE
5237
A CONTEXT FOR EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY
Author: JOHN FREEMAN-MOIR
4683
TOWARDS A RESEARCH AGENDA OF MULTIPERSPECTIVITY: POTENTIALS OF AN INTEGRATED DIVERSITY-INNOVATION AND DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH IN ACADEMIC EDUCATION AND RESEARCH
Author: SUSANNE MARIA WEBER
3992
PROGRAMMING THE NEW SPIRIT OF EDUCATION
Author: ROBERT A. DOHERTY
4590
SUBJECTIVITY, EMPLOYABILITY AND THE CRISIS OF YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE GREAT GLOBAL RECESSION: NOTES TOWARDS A CONCEPT OF KNOWLEDGE SOCIALISM
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS, TINA BESLEY
4322

VOLUME 2(1) • 2014 TOP LINK

POSTGRADUATE BOUNDARY CROSSINGS?
Author: E. JAYNE WHITE
5331
MAORI THINKING WITH A DEAD WHITE MALE: PHILOSOPHIZING IN THE REALM OF NOVALIS
Author: CARL MIKA
4885
CROSSING PHILOSOPHICAL BOUNDARIES: TRANSLATION AS HETEROLINGUAL ADDRESS, BOUNDARY-PROBING, AND MUTUAL RENEWING
Author: REIKO MUROI
4575
THE CROSSINGS: CHILDHOODS, BOUNDARIES AND KNOWLEDGES
Author: MAREK TESAR
4822
LET’S BE FRIENDS: INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS FOR INTERCULTURALISM IN TAIWAN?
Author: YUN-SHIUAN (VIOLA) CHEN
4782
CROSSING MULTIPLE BOUNDARIES AND THE MEANING OF HUMAN AGENCY
Author: JINA BHANG
4976
MERGING LIFE AND TEXT: A CRITICAL ACT
Author: RICHARD HERAUD
4750

VOLUME 1(6) • 2013 TOP LINK

INTRODUCTION
Author: FILIPPO GOMEZ PALOMA
4633
DISIECTA MEMBRA: FROM THE PROPER TO THE IMPROPER BODY. THE PATHS OF KNOWLEDGE
Author: DANIELA CALABRÒ
4357
BODILY COMMUNICATION: A BRIEF SUMMARY
Author: DOMENICO TAFURI
4904
THE CONTIBUTION OF NEUROSCIENCE IN COGNITIVE TRANSFER
Author: LUCIA CAIAZZO, MARIA NICODEMO, FILIPPO GOMEZ PALOMA
4557
MOTOR ACTIVITY FOR COGNITIVE TRANSFER IN EDUCATIONAL FIELD
Author: FILIPPO GOMEZ PALOMA
4659
BODY KNOWLEDGE AND MOTOR SKILLS
Author: GAETANO RAIOLA
5098
WELL-BEING, KNOWLEGDE AND CULTURE
Author: FRANCESCO CASOLO
4625
FROM KNOWLEDGE TO COMPETENCE: THE PROCESS OF CONVERTING THEORY-PRACTICE
Author: CARMEN CIOFFI, ANNA D’ALESSIO, FILIPPO GOMEZ PALOMA
4645
KNOWLEDGE, NETWORKS AND LEARNING THEORIES
Author: FILOMENA FAIELLA
5243
FROM PERSONAL IDENTITY TO PLURALISM OF INTERCULTURAL IDENTITY: A STUDY ON THE TRANSFERABILITY OF SELF-KNOWLEDGE TO THE MULTICULTURAL SOCIAL CONTEXTS
Author: GIULIA SAVARESE, ORESTE FASANO, MONICA MOLLO, NADIA PECORARO
4285
THE PROBLEM OF EPISTEMIC VALUE: FROM KNOWLEDGE TO UNDERSTANDING
Author: WALDOMIRO SILVA FILHO, FELIPE ROCHA, MARIA VIRGÍNIA DAZZANI
4341
FROM KNOWLEDGE TO ACTION TO BECOME COMPETENT PEOPLE: FROM TRADITIONAL TO AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT
Author: ROSANNA TAMMARO, SANDRA SOLCO
4229
USE OF CONCEPTS AND SCHOOLING PROCESS: THE CASE OF ILLITERATE AND LITERATE ADULTS
Author: DELMA BARROS-FILHO, ANA CECILIA BASTOS, AARO TOOMELA, MARIA VIRGINIA DAZZANI, GIUSEPPINA MARSICO
4305

VOLUME 1(5) • 2013 TOP LINK

INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL ISSUE: COLLABORATIVE THEORISING WITH ETHICAL REFLEXIVITY AROUND DOCTORAL SUPERVISION
Author: CODIS
4552
RATIONALITY AND COLLABORATIVE SUPERVISION, FEMINIST COLLECTIVITY AND REFLEXIVE ETHICS: BACKSTORIES FOR A COLLABORATIVE MEMORY PROJECT
Author: MARIAN COURT, SUE CORNFORTH, CATHERINE MANATHUNGA
5056
EXPLORING ETHICAL DIFFICULTIES IN DOCTORAL SUPERVISION: REFLEXIVE COLLABORATIVE THEORISING AROUND MEMORY AND PRACTICE
Author: LISE BIRD CLAIBORNE, SUE CORNFORTH, MARIAN COURT, KATHIE CROCKET, CATHERINE MANATHUNGA
4767
IRRUPTIONS OF SPACE AND BODIES IN DOCTORAL SUPERVISION
Author: CATHERINE MANATHUNGA, SUE CORNFORTH, KATHIE CROCKET, MARIAN COURT, LISE BIRD CLAIBORNE
5013
ON SHAKY GROUND: POST EARTHQUAKE REFLECTIONS ON THE ETHICS OF ACADEMIC SUPERVISION
Author: SUE CORNFORTH
4284
WHEN DOCTORAL STUDENTS STRUGGLE TO MAKE PROGRESS: SUPERVISORS’ REFLEXIVE EXPLORATION OF ETHICAL CHALLENGES
Author: LISE BIRD CLAIBORNE
4375
COLLABORATING WITHOUT PARTICIPATION: NOMADIC ETHICS AND RESISTANCES IN THE SINGULARITIES OF NORMATIVE ACADEMIC PRACTICE
Author: MANDY MORGAN
4381
ETHICS IN ENTANGLEMENT
Author: ELIZABETH ADAMS ST.PIERRE
5238

VOLUME 1(4) • 2013 TOP LINK

THE THESIS OF COGNITIVE CAPITALISM. NEW RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES. AN INTRODUCTION
Author: STEFANO LUCARELLI, CARLO VERCELLONE
5097
KNOWLEDGE VALORIZATION IN COGNITIVE CAPITALISM
Author: PABLO MIGUEZ, SEBASTIÁN SZTULWARK
4948
INSTABILITY AND UNSUSTAINABILITY OF COGNITIVE CAPITALISM: RECONSIDERATION FROM A POST-KEYNESIAN PERSPECTIVE
Author: ATSUSHI NAITO
4565
RENT AND SUBJECTIVITY IN NEOLIBERAL COGNITIVE CAPITALISM
Author: ANTONELLA CORSANI
5190
IS THE CUP OF STRUGGLE ON THE BATTLE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS HALF FULL OR HALF VOID? A QUESTION OF METHOD AND SOME CONCRETE CONSEQUENCES
Author: YANN MOULIER BOUTANG
4020
CONSUMPTION IN COGNITIVE CAPITALISM: COMMODITY RIOTS AND THE DICTATORSHIP OF THE PROLETARIAT OF CONSUMPTION
Author: GEORGE TSOGAS
4707
COGNITIVE BIO-CAPITALISM, SOCIAL (RE)PRODUCTION AND THE PRECARITY TRAP: WHY NOT BASIC INCOME?
Author: ANDREA FUMAGALLI, CRISTINA MORINI
5003
RACE AND KNOWLEDGE IN CONTEMPORARY CAPITALISM
Author: ANNA CURCIO
4940
TURNING CONTRADICTIONS INTO SUBJECTS: THE CULTURAL LOGIC OF UNIVERSITY ASSESSMENT
Author: FRANCESCA COIN
4574
COGNITIVE-CULTURAL PRODUCTION, DIGITAL LABOUR AND THE NEW FRONTIERS OF KNOWLEDGE. A CONVERSATION WITH ALLEN J. SCOTT
Author: STEFANO LUCARELLI, MICHAEL A. PETERS, CARLO VERCELLONE
4376

VOLUME 1(3) • 2013 TOP LINK

EDUCATION, DEVELOPMENT AND THE BRICS
Author: DANIEL ARAYA
5084
EDUCATIONAL POLICIES AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN BRICS: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
Author: SHENGJUN YUAN
4752
COMPLYING WITH GLOBAL STANDARDS? CHANGES IN POLITICAL EDUCATION IN THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Author: LUPITA H.R. KIM
4508
INSTITUTIONAL PROBLEMS IN RUSSIAN EDUCATION: HOW TO MOVE TOWARDS A KNOWLEDGE-BASED ECONOMY
Author: DANIEL FROLOV, EKATERINA STREKALOVA, JESSICA ESSARY
4797
INDIAN EDUCATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY: MORE THAN MONEY, MANPOWER, AND MATERIALS
Author: ROHIT SETTY
5005
THE GLOBAL SCOPE OF A LOCAL RESPONSE: SCHOOL-IN-A-BOX AND THE RIVER METHODOLOGY
Author: GOPALAKRISHNA KRISHNAMURTHY
4529
PAPER FACADE: NEOLIBERALISM AND PUBLIC SCHOOLING IN BRAZIL
Author: STEVEN HALES
4681
LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP: DATA DRIVEN DECISION-MAKING IN ACADEMIC GLOBALIZATION
Author: CATHY PETERSON, JACE HARGIS
4614
PROSPECTS FOR OPEN SCIENCE
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
4717

VOLUME 1(2) • 2013 TOP LINK

INTRODUCTION TO KNOWLEDGE CULTURES
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
5371
PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE CULTURES
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS, TINA BESLEY
5079
RADICAL OPENNESS: CREATIVE INSTITUTIONS, CREATIVE LABOR AND THE LOGIC OF PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS IN COGNITIVE CAPITALISM
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
4809
REWORKING THE SCIENTIFIC SOCIALIST PROGNOSIS IN THE 21ST CENTURY: MID-RANGE CONTINGENCY AND A COUNTER-HEGEMONIC MODEL OF DEVELOPMENT
Author: DAVID NEILSON
4703
INVOLVED IN HUMANKIND – NATURE, VIRTUE AND THE GOOD WE DESIRE FOR OURSELVES AND FOR OTHERS
Author: MARIE-ELISE ZOVKO
4732
AN EDUCATIONAL APPROACH TO THE ART OF LIVING
Author: CHRISTOPH TESCHERS
5057
CIRCLES, BORDERS AND CHRONOTOPE: EDUCATION AT THE BOUNDARY?
Author: JAYNE WHITE
5800
ACADEMIC FIELD REFLEXIVITY • “INSTITUTIONAL LITERACY” AS CONDITION FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS
Author: SUSANNE MARIA WEBER
4944
THE BECOMING RENT OF PROFIT? • THE NEW ARTICULATION OF WAGE, RENT AND PROFIT
Author: CARLO VERCELLONE
4903
A RECONSIDERATION OF FOUCAULT’S “MARXISM” IN RELATION TO THE THOUGHT OF LOUIS ALTHUSSER
Author: DEB J. HILL
4751

VOLUME 1(1) • 2013 TOP LINK

INTRODUCTION: PROJECTS IN INTERNATIONALIZATION IN EDUCATION
Author: TINA BESLEY
5624
TEACHING GLOBALIZATION THROUGH MEDIA: AN INSTRUCTOR’S GUIDE
Author: RACHEL DANE-POIRIER, KRISTIN MARCIOCHI
6133
RATIONALE FOR GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION IN AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOLS
Author: TIMOTHY DAVIS
5713
ADDRESSING A PAUCITY OF STUDY ABROAD THROUGH ACADEMIC EXCHANGE
Author: BRIAN WALLACE
6109
COMPARING AMERICAN AND BRITISH CHARTER SCHOOLS AND WHETHER THEY OUTPERFORM TRADITIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOLS: THE STRUGGLE FOR THE ROOTS IS TURNING BITTER, BUT HOW SWEET ARE THE FRUITS?
Author: BRIAN D. SUTLIFF
4407
THE GLOBAL IMPACTS OF THE BOLOGNA REFORM: EUROPEAN INTEGRATION IN EDUCATION
Author: ALEJANDRA AGÜERO
4759
INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION: FOSTERING COMMUNICATION IN A GLOBAL CORPORATION
Author: DIRK BOWLES
4861

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