The philosopher Étienne Balibar views the uprising in France in 1968 as the point where we went “from a monolithic conception of power centered around the state, to a conception of the multiple forms of domination.” According to the already influential Marxist philosopher, the coordinates of liberating thought were thus changed permanently
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A silenced student merely receives pedagogical messages, consumes educational goods and is supposed to obey taken-for-granted orders of the university.
Sanjukta Bose analyses how George Floyd’s murder has influenced the willing of police abolition in India relating it to carceral feminism.
The Dalit community is being marginalized when accessing higher degree studies. Sudarshan Kasbe analyzes the situation.
How neoliberalism is affecting students’ mental health.
How is philosophy applied to education from a South African perspective?
Data literacy should become an essential part of children’s education and where we need to be careful will be discussed in the following article.
Counter narratives on what is and why is education.
In our system, the knowledge of some counts more than the knowledge of others. The Silent University deconstructs this with its transversal pedagogy making the voices of refugees and asylum seekers heards.
A proposal to advance Evergreen’s commitment to learning and co-creating across significant differences in the globalized world through the Critical Edge Alliance & Critical Edges.
The deeper meaning of remittance that goes beyond poverty, inequality and underdevelopment
A critique of Paris 8 through a case study of its occupations in 2018
How climate change is not an individual problem
On pedagogy and liberation
Strategies to promote environmental education.
The story of the how the newly formed Green Student Movement was able shake Denmark closer towards fighting climate change, within less than a year.
Find out what reading habits students have globally.
If nothing within me is keeping me, surely nothing in the world I live in is doing so.
Federico Jensen writes about his experience on the 2018 Critical Edge Alliance conference held in Bogota about innovation in education.