ABSTRACT

This book brings together leading scholars in Global Studies in Education to reflect on how various developments of historic significance have unsettled the neoliberal imaginary of globalization. The developments include greater recognition of inequalities and the changing nature of work and communication; the emergence of new technologies of governance; a greater awareness of geopolitical shifts; the revival of nationalism, populism and anti-globalization sentiments; and the recognition of risks surrounding pandemics and climate change. Drawing from a range of disciplinary perspectives, the chapters in this collection examine how these developments demand new ways of thinking about globalization and its implications for education policy and practice — beyond the neoliberal imaginary. 

chapter 1|10 pages

Reimagining globalization and education: an Introduction

ByFazal Rizvi, Bob Lingard, Risto Rinne

chapter 2|20 pages

Globalization in higher education

The good, the bad and the ugly
BySimon Marginson

chapter 3|16 pages

The crisis deluge and the beleaguered university

ByJane Kenway, Debbie Epstein

chapter 5|17 pages

Emergent developments in the datafication and digitalization of education

BySteven Lewis, Jessica Holloway, Bob Lingard

chapter 6|13 pages

Artificial Intelligence and a new global policy problem in education

ByKalervo N. Gulson

chapter 7|13 pages

Education and shifts in the global economy

Meritocracy and the changing nature of work
ByHugh Lauder

chapter 8|15 pages

Educational Privatization

Expanding spaces and new global regulatory trends
ByAdrián Zancajo, Antoni Verger, Clara Fontdevila

chapter 10|15 pages

Rethinking academic mobility through emerging global challenges

BySuvi Jokila, Arto Jauhiainen, Marja Peura

chapter 11|16 pages

Global biopolitics of climate change

Affect, digital governance, and education
ByMarcia McKenzie

chapter 13|15 pages

The Rise of China and the Next Wave of Globalization

The Chinese Dream, the Belt and Road Initiative and the ‘Asian century’
ByMichael A. Peters

chapter 14|16 pages

The complexities and paradoxes of decolonization in education

BySharon Stein, Vanessa Andreotti, Cash Ahenakew, Dallas Hunt

chapter 15|14 pages

Education and the politics of anti-globalization

ByFazal Rizvi