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The call for a critique of systems of ethics that carry hidden institutional
biases is timely, given recent demands from trans- and Indigenous communities for greater
inclusion and self-reflexivity from post-secondary institutions. However, investigation of
this issue is hindered by conceptual...
In April 2017, the worldwide Marches for Science sparked public discussion
about the role of science and academia in society. In the vast majority of the 22 Marches for
Science in Germany, universities were actively involved and stated their specific stances on
the social responsibility of...
The way knowledge is produced and applied on a global scale today is
damaging to the environment and to social relations and is threatening to destroy the wellbeing
of most humans in the near future. So, what needs to be done in order to change the
way knowledge is produced and applied? This...
This paper focuses on the emergence, place and role of the digital humanities
(DH), particularly in the Arab world, with reference to Oman, a country whose post-oil
economy relies vastly on the development of national skills and expertise. It traces the
development of DH globally and considers...
What matters in this text is analysing the justice practices in the living market
and how this produces subjects within neoliberalism. For this reason, the text will be
divided into three sections. The first will deal with justice as a regime of truth and market;
here, we will revise justice...
Student mobility is an important part of the internationalisation of higher
education. As one of the world’s leading host countries, UK has been seen a changing
student mobility pattern with the decline in the number of students flowing in during recent
years, which is closely related to the...
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