Utopia, Politics, Antipolitics

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Abstract

This article is the first in a new series of Editor’s Review Column’s to be published in Policy Futures in Education. The primary and modest purpose of this innovation for the journal is expand the number of texts that are reviewed in it. However, in doing so, a broader intention, which attempts to engage with and encourage interdisciplinary work in the field of education, as well as draw other from outside the field to it, is revealed. A large amount of excellent and important work is published in a range of disciplines which educationalists are not often introduced to and, equally, the educational resonances and ramifications of this work often go unexplored. Each column will be guided by a theme which draws together several texts that are considered to offer insights which might productively inform educational theory and debate. The objective of the column is not to exhaustively relay the content of each text and display its full implicit or potential educational reach; it is rather to shine a light on these texts so that they might be examined further. We hope that readers of the journal will find this column of interest and that new readers from other disciplines might be drawn to the work of the journal through it.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-4
JournalPolicy Futures in Education
Volume00
Issue number000
Publication statusPublished - 12 Nov 2017

Keywords

  • Education
  • utopia
  • political thought
  • democracy

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Bojesen, Emile. / Utopia, Politics, Antipolitics. 2017 ; Vol. 00, No. 000. pp. 1-4.
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