Fb2 Universities in Translation: The Mental Labor of Globalization (Traces 5) (Traces: A Multilingual Series of Cultural Theory and Translation) ePub
by Brett de Bary
|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Author:||Brett de Bary|
|Publisher:||Hong Kong University Press (January 29, 2010)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1474 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1774 kb|
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Universities in South Korea became reduced to an object of reform as the 1980s, democratic movement against authoritarian regimes came to an end.
Published by: Hong Kong University Press. This volume contains a series of short essays on the contemporary university contributed by scholars who work at diverse sites in Asia, Europe, and North America. Universities in South Korea became reduced to an object of reform as the 1980s, democratic movement against authoritarian regimes came to an end.
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Comparative analysis of globalization and the university has been left to educational policy experts. This volume breaks new ground in making university reform the topic of a multilingual symposium. Contributors Gil Anidjar, Steffan Igor Ayora Diaz, Brett de Bary, Philippe Bonin, CAO Li, Eric Cheyfitz, Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, Helmut Dubiel, Laurent Dubreuil, GOH Byeong-Gwon, Iwasaki Minoru, Andrew Jewett, Kang Nae-hui, Daniel Won-gu Kim, KO Mi-Sook, Dominick LaCapra, LEE Seok-Won, Lei QiLi, Risa L. Lieberwitz, Ding-tzann LII, MA Hongnan, Alberto Moreiras, Meaghan MORRIS, Yann MOULIER BOUTANG
Traces 5: Universities in Translation: The Mental Labour of Globalization
Traces 5: Universities in Translation: The Mental Labour of Globalization. Published by: Hong Kong University Press, HKU. Series: Traces. Essays analyze the global movement to reform and standardize higher education as a translation of disciplinary technologies of new managerialism from business and industry to the university.
Traces 5: Universities in Translation: The Mental Labour of Globalization (Traces: A Multilingual Series of Cultural Theory and Translation) Brett de Hong Kong University Press, 2010 . catalog.
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