There is Another World: A Fragment

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«There is Another World»

A Fragment by Creston Davis

Screen Shot 2015-02-06 at 5.12.49 PMHistory repeats itself, time and time again.  History and time are bound up together like identical twins.  Time’s repetition unfolds and events emerge from out of this repeating pattern.  We are molded as human subjects to accept this repetition, to not question it.  How dare us question Chronos the god of time.  We accept our condition as one devoid of the quest, of the questioning of the mechanical reproduction of the world.  We are told by the bureaucratic technicians to keep our head down, to not look up!  «Do not bother yourself with such questions, they will tire you out, and besides, there is no answer to them. Just keep paying your bills and be part of the unquestionable machine.»

But for some of us such pieces of advice do not match up with our desires, our passions that have become for…

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GCAS Radical Pedagogues Publish Book (Routledge)

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Screen Shot 2015-02-07 at 11.09.46 AMThe Global Center for Advanced Studies (GCAS) has assembled the most radical pedagogues into one institute, The Institute for Critical Pedagogy directed by Prof. Maria Nikolakaki.  We are proud to announce that many of them have contributed to a recently published book, International Critical Pedagogy Reader edited by our two professors, Antonia Darder & Peter Mayo with Joan Paraskeva.  Other GCAS contributors include, Dave Hill, Ravi Kumar and Maria Nikolakaki.

Congratulations!

To read a recent contribution from Prof. Nikolakaki click here.

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