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This collection examines the intertwined relationship of postcolonialism and globalization in relation to education. Specifically, it analyzes the structures, processes, and effects of recolonization, exploitation, and inculcation in schools, communities, and larger systemic contexts. The book highlights the role of agency and social change in questions of local and global dynamics, society, and schooling and in imagining progress and anti-oppressive education. With depth, breadth, and fresh perspectives on theory, research, and educational practice in transnational contexts, contributors offer insights on colonial and capitalist exploitation that shape not only history, politics, and economics, but culture and education.
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Nina Asher is Professor of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, USA.
Christopher Kolb is a practicing English teacher and educational researcher.
Justin Grinage is a PhD candidate in Culture and Teaching, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, USA.
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