This is a series that offers a global platform to engage scholars in continuous academic debate on key challenges and the latest thinking on issues in the fast growing field of International and Comparative Education.
Please send inquiries or proposals for this series to one of the following:
Emilie Coin: [email protected] – Editor, UK, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East
Alice Salt: [email protected] – Editor, North & South America
Vilija Stephens: [email protected] – Editor, Australia & New Zealand
Katie Peace: [email protected] – Publisher, Asia
Learner-Centred Pedagogy in the Global South Pupils and Teachers’ Experiences
Configurations of Interdisciplinarity Within Education Danish Experiences in a Global Educational Space
Globalization, Privatization, and the State Contemporary Education Reform in Post-Colonial Contexts
Teaching and Learning for Comprehensive Citizenship Global Perspectives on Peace Education
Considering Inclusive Development across Global Educational Contexts How Critical and Progressive Movements can Inform Education
The International Emergence of Educational Sciences in the Post-World War Two Years Quantification, Visualization, and Making Kinds of People
Japanese Schooling and Identity Investment Overseas Exploring the Cultural Politics of "Japaneseness" in Singapore
A Framework for Critical Transnational Research Advancing Plurilingual, Intercultural, and Inter-epistemic Collaboration in the Academy
Belonging in Changing Educational Spaces Negotiating Global, Transnational, and Neoliberal Dynamics
By Nozomi Sakata
October 21, 2022
Learner-Centred Pedagogy in the Global South: Pupils and Teachers’ Experiences shines light on learner-centred pedagogy (LCP), which has gained popularity within global and national governments, albeit resulting in puzzling and inconsequential appropriation. Nozomi Sakata draws on award-winning ...
By Trine Øland, Sofie Sauzet, Marie Larsen Ryberg, Katrine Lindvig
August 19, 2022
This book explores how everyday life within educational institutions change in response to ideas of interdisciplinarity at policy level. It provides new insights into different configurations of interdisciplinarity, which traverses all levels of the Danish educational system. Offering a novel ...
By D. Brent Edwards Jr., Mauro C. Moschetti, Alejandro Caravaca
August 16, 2022
This text explores how the dynamics of globalization and privatization have influenced state policy and impacted education reform in Honduras. Chapters document historical trends and the evolution of Honduras as a post-colonial nation, before looking in detail at recent state interventions in ...
By Theodore Michael Christou, Robert Kruschel, Ian Alexander Matheson, Kerstin Merz-Atalik
June 20, 2022
Featuring leading voices in the field from across Canada and Europe, this edited collection offers empirical analyses of the historical, social, cultural, and legislative determinants of inclusive education in Canadian schools. Covering four thematic areas including the structure, culture, and ...
By Candice C. Carter
May 30, 2022
Ultimately concerned with how citizenship education for peace can be enriched through interdisciplinary learning, this edited volume reveals the role of peace education in global citizenship by illuminating instruction for comprehensive citizenship. A truly international collection, this volume ...
By Christopher J. Johnstone
May 06, 2022
This volume charts the rise of the concept of "inclusive development" and simultaneously recognizes its problematic implications as it shifts the focus of development work from efficiency to justice. In response to increasing awareness that development projects can all too often lead to the ...
By Thomas S. Popkewitz, Daniel Pettersson, Kai-Jung Hsiao
May 06, 2022
The book brings together contributions from curriculum history, cultural studies, visual cultures, and science and technology studies to explore the international mobilizations of the sciences related to education during the post-World War Two years. Crossing the boundaries of education and science...
By William J. Hunter, Roger Austin
April 29, 2022
By showcasing international, European, and community-based projects, this volume explores how online technologies and collaborative and blended learning can be used to bolster social cohesion and increase students’ understanding of what it means to be a global citizen. With the pace of ...
By Glenn Toh
April 29, 2022
This book is about education, ideology, power and identity investment and concerns an influential East Asian expatriate community. Specifically, it seeks to understand particular ways in which the Japanese white-collar elite live as a closed and self-referentially defined in-group, despite the ...
By Manuela Guilherme
April 15, 2022
By foregrounding successful transnational research projects conducted across Latin America and Europe, this edited collection contests epistemological hegemony and heterogeneity in the academy and highlights feasible models for research cooperation across diverse languages, cultures, and ...
By Karen Monkman, Ann Frkovich
February 22, 2022
This book explores the impacts on personal and professional, local and global forms of belonging in educational spaces amidst rapid changes shaped by globalization. Encouraging readers to consider the idea of belonging as an educational goal as much as a guiding educational strategy, this text ...
By Christopher Hill, Judith Lamie, Tim Gore
December 31, 2021
This book examines issues of identity; positionality; community; value and relevance, to explore where transnational higher education is headed and what form it may take moving forwards. Transnational higher education has traditionally been viewed through the lens of access. Now, the authors argue,...