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Re-Envisioning Higher Education: Embodied Pathways to Wisdom and Social Transformation


reviewed by Anne E. Wagner & Riyad A. Shahjahan — June 04, 2015

coverTitle: Re-Envisioning Higher Education: Embodied Pathways to Wisdom and Social Transformation
Author(s): Jing Lin, Rebecca L. Oxford, & Edward J. Brantmeier (Eds.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1623963974, Pages: 386, Year: 2013
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 04, 2015
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17981, Date Accessed: 10/23/2017 5:53:24 AM

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  • Anne Wagner
    Nipissing University
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    ANNE E. WAGNER is an Associate Professor at the School of Human and Social Development at Nipissing University (Muskoka campus). Her research interests anti-oppressive social work practice, social justice, critical approaches to higher education, neo-liberalism in academia and critical pedagogies. Her recent publications include Centering embodied learning in anti-oppressive pedagogy, Teaching in Higher Education (co-authored with Riyad Shahjahan), and Re-Imagining the (Un)Familiar: Feminist Pedagogy in Rural Spaces, Gender & Education.
  • Riyad Shahjahan
    Michigan State University
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    RIYAD A. SHAHJAHAN is an Assistant Professor at the Higher, Adult and Lifelong Learning (HALE) program at Michigan State University. His research focuses on the globalization of higher education policy, teaching and learning in higher education, equity and social justice education, and anti/postcolonial theory. His recent publications include: Centering embodied learning in anti-oppressive pedagogy, Teaching in Higher Education (co-authored with Anne Wagner) and "Being lazy and slowing down: Toward decolonizing time, body, and pedagogy" in Educational Philosophy and Theory.
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