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Plowright, Susan – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2016
In the midst of a crisis like the climate crisis and calls for "all hands on deck", what do academics, as a microcosm of humanity, see? In Hannah Arendt's terms, an "abyss of freedom" to act or a paralysing "abyss of nothingness"? Some from the academy themselves, including Tamboukou, Apple and Bourdieu, make…
Descriptors: Ethics, Climate, College Faculty, Educational Philosophy
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Kameniar, Barbara; Windsor, Sally; Sifa, Sue – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2014
Working with beginning teachers to assist them to begin to "think what we do" (Arendt, 1998) in both mainstream and Indigenous education is problematic. This is particularly so because the majority of our teacher candidates, and indeed most of their university lecturers, are positioned close to the racial, social and cultural centre of…
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Indigenous Populations, Student Diversity, Consciousness Raising