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Special Double Issue: Diversity and commonality in higher education

Stierer, Barry and Clegg, S. and Hunt, C. and Parker, J. and Rowland, S. and Skelton, A. (2007) Special Double Issue: Diversity and commonality in higher education. Teaching in Higher Education, 12 (5&6). pp. 555-797. ISSN 1356-2517

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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13562510701595069

Abstract

Special Issue of Teaching in Higher Education on ‘diversity and commonality in higher education’. What is diversity in higher education? Should it be celebrated or problematised? Are there limitations in current understandings? Has the language of diversity come to preclude the embracing of different forms of knowledge and ways of knowing? We are inviting contributions which critically address issues of diversity and commonality in higher education. By critical we include work which: attempts to reveal hidden assumptions behind commonly accepted views in order to show why they should be rejected; engages with, explores, and destabilises discourses, values; practices questions taken-for-granted concepts and methods; suggests new forms of enquiry and syntheses; imagines better futures.

Item Type:Article
Additional Information:One of a group of guest editors for a special issue of the journal
Research Community:University of Westminster > Westminster Exchange
ID Code:4972
Deposited On:03 Jun 2008 10:46
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