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This Special Issue: Crossing Philosophical, Cultural and Geographic
Boundaries in Educational Scholarship?: Postgraduate Experiences arose out of an
invited panel of postgraduate speakers at the 42nd Philosophy of Education Society
of Australasia Conference, held 7–10 December 2012 in Chiayi,...
In this paper I shall discuss my experiences of referring to Novalis in
the context of Maori postcolonialism and metaphysical philosophy. As with other
methods of research, from a Maori perspective one always alights on and then carries
the effects of the philosopher that stands behind the...
In general, when we say “crossing boundaries”, we assume that there
exist several boundaries, and several domains divided by those boundaries. And we
often put these domains into a schema of contraposition. Then we often raise questions
such as “How can we cross these boundaries?” or “How can we...
Childhoods and borders are intrinsically connected. Childhoods are
bound to cross boundaries, encounter borders and engage in the act of ‘crossings’.
This paper theorizes how children cross boundaries, and how their childhoods are
therefore constantly re-examined, re-negotiated and...
Interculturalism is a recent term that refers to the process of enhancing
dialogues between different groups in international society. This paper analyzes two
educational and cultural projects of the Taiwanese government that were created for
the purpose of fostering intercultural relations with...
This paper depicts a way of conceptualizing identity change through
my experience as visiting scholar in the United States for one year. This identity
change was firstly triggered by studying abroad itself, subsequently strengthened by
contents of class. According to my study of educational...
This article addresses a paradox that is sometimes produced in the
circumstances of using another author’s thinking for practical ends. In particular, I
examine the concept of ‘problematization’ and how use of this concept, when referencing
Michel Foucault’s influence on our thinking, can be...
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