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The World ‘Once More’: Walking Lines


by Jan Masschelein - June 03, 2009

This commentary is on what is at stake when traveling with students in post-conflict cities and non-tourist megapoles. More precisely, it is about what is at stake when they walk the city day and night along arbitrary lines.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 03, 2009
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15647, Date Accessed: 11/12/2019 11:10:39 PM

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  • Jan Masschelein
    University of Leuven (Belgium)
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    JAN MASSHELEIN is Professor for Philosophy of Education at the University of Leuven (Belgium). His primary areas of scholarship are educational theory and philosophy, political philosophy and critical theory. Currently his research concentrates on the 'public' character of education in the age of networks and on the way in which changes in experiences of time and space are related to different ways of organizing and of structuring education and research.
 
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