Education without borders : diversity in a cosmopolitan society


    • Naidoo, Loshini


Education without borders : diversity in a cosmopolitan society

Loshini Naidoo, editor

(Education in a competitive and globalizing world series)

Nova Science Publishers, c2010

  • : hardcover

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Includes bibliographical references and index



Cosmopolitanism, which involves openness to diversity and difference in the world, is more widely embedded in educational discourses about the contemporary state in today's society. In a sense it is a reorganisation of everyday social life as a result of the greater transnational mobility of people, which in turn has created a greater diversity in our society. It essentially revolves around care for other cultures, concern for the integrity of cultures in a diverse society and particularly in education it calls for self-reflection with respect to both our own cultural context and other cultural values. This book illustrates how education works without borders in a cosmopolitan society.


  • Preface
  • Beyond the Nation: Globalization, Identity & Refugees
  • "Rural" Schools & Universities: Challenging a negative concept of otherness towards rural communities
  • Community Engagement as Pedagogy for Transnational Learning
  • World English speaking students' cosmopolitan experiences: Learning to be an Australian teacher
  • International students & international education: Recognizing WES students' agency for educating citizens of a cosmopolitan society
  • Cosmopolitanism & distance education in Australian higher education
  • Researching in a cosmopolitan university: how much can e-learning contribute?
  • On Being an Insider and/or an Outsider: A Diasporic Researcher's Catch-22
  • Questioning Identity: Gender & Nation
  • Diverse lessons: cosmopolitanism & fantasy fiction inside & outside the classroom
  • (Re)-establishing children's identities through critical place-based pedagogy & cosmopolitan learning
  • Index.

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