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Stealing an Education: On the Precariousness of Justice

by Clarence Joldersma & Lisa M. Perhamus - 2020

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 122 Number 2, 2020, p. 1-24
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23034, Date Accessed: 5/19/2022 8:55:51 AM
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  • Clarence Joldersma
    Calvin College
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    CLARENCE W. JOLDERSMA is Professor of Education at Calvin College. His research interests include the intersections of philosophy of education with neuroscience, environmental ethics, Levinas studies, and social justice. Recent publications include “Earth Juts into World: An Earth Ethics for Philosophy of Education” in Educational Theory and “Philosophical Questions and Opportunities at the Intersection of Neuroscience, Education, and Research” in the International Handbook of Philosophy of Education.
  • Lisa Perhamus
    Grand Valley State University
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    LISA M. PERHAMUS is Associate Professor of Educational Foundations at Grand Valley State University. Her qualitative research asks questions about the human experience of oppression across multiple contexts. Her research includes how young children, their families and community members create emotional and material conditions of resiliency. Recent publications includes “Interpellating dispossession: Distributions of vulnerability and the politics of grieving in the precarious mattering of lives” in Philosophical Studies in Education and “’But your body would rather have this…’: Conceptualizing health through kinesthetic experience” in the International Journal of Qualitative Studies.
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