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Negotiating Political Identities: Multiethnic Schools and Youth in Europe


reviewed by Iveta Silova October 11, 2010

coverTitle: Negotiating Political Identities: Multiethnic Schools and Youth in Europe
Author(s): Daniel Faas
Publisher: Ashgate, Surrey GU9 7PT
ISBN: 075467844X, Pages: 304, Year: 2010
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: October 11, 2010
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16194, Date Accessed: 10/18/2017 9:55:09 PM

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  • Iveta Silova
    Lehigh University
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    IVETA SILOVA is a Frank Hook Assistant Professor of Comparative and International Education in the College of Education, Lehigh University, Pennsylvania, USA. Her research and publications cover a range of issues critical to understanding post-socialist education transformation processes, including professional development of teachers and teacher educators, gender equity trends in Eastern/Central Europe and Central Asia, minority/multicultural education policies in the former Soviet Union, as well as the scope, nature, and implications of private tutoring in a cross-national perspective. Her last four books include Post-Socialism is not Dead: (Re)reading the Global in Comparative Education (Emerald, 2010), Globalization on the Margins: Post-Socialist Education Transformations in Central Asia (Information Age Publishing, 2010), How NGOs React: Globalization and Education Reform in the Caucasus, Central Asia, and Mongolia (Kumarian Press, 2008; with Gita Steiner-Khamsi), and From Sites of Occupation to Symbols of Multiculturalism: Re-conceptualizing Minority Education in Post-Soviet Latvia (Information Age Publishing, 2006).
She is the editor of European Education: Issues and Studies (a quarterly peer-reviewed journal published by M.E. Sharpe).
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