Volume 17 Number 1 – April 2019

Rosi Smith
Now we don’t see the university as something distant. It’s here in our hands’: Situated pedagogy in Cuban municipal universities

Enrique Javier Díez Gutiérrez
Entrepreneurial uberisation in Spanish education

Valerie Scatamburlo-D’Annibale
The ‘Culture Wars’ Reloaded: Trump, Anti-Political Correctness and the Right’s ‘Free Speech’ Hypocrisy

Kathryn Lum
The Dalit Closet: Managing Dalit Identity at an Elite University in India

Lucy Wenham
‘It’s horrible. And the class is too silent’ – A silent classroom environment can lead to a paralysing fear of being put on the spot, called-out, shown up, shamed or humiliated

Arthur Scarritt
Selling Diversity, Promoting Racism: How Universities Pushing a Consumerist Form of Diversity Empowers Oppression

Katherine Crawford-Garrett
Patrick Yarker
Francesca Blueher
Karen Kiefer

Book Review Symposium: Howard Ryan with Debra Goodman, Joel Jordan, and Joseph Zeccola (2016), Educational Justice: Teaching and Organizing against the Corporate Juggernaut. New York: Monthly Review. ISBN 98-1583676141 (paperback, also available in hardback and e-book)

Volume 16 Number 3 – December 2018

Gail Edwards
Dave Hill
Simon Boxley

Critical Teacher Education for Economic, Environmental and Social Justice

Sophie Ward
Boal, Theatre in Education and the Promotion of Fundamental British Values

Lia Weitzel
The Cuban ‘‘Yes, I Can’’ Adult Literacy Campaign in Aboriginal Australia: An Alternative to Commodified Education

Sebahat Şahin
Melike Acar

How Neoliberal Education Design is Reflected in Classrooms: The Many Faces of Neoliberalism in a 4th Grade Classroom

Victoria Johnson
Masking Neoliberal Ideology: Teleological Framing and the “Reinvention” of Higher Education

James Avis
A Note on Class, Dispositions and Radical Politics

John Smyth
Robin Simmons

Class, Dispositions and Radical Politics – a Rejoinder

Volume 16 Number 2 – September 2018

Polina-Theopoula Chrysochou
A Requiem for the End of Great Narratives in the Era of the ‘Crisis’: Greece Under the Microscope

Michael McCanless
Learning to [Bear it and] Smile: Surveilled Labour, Taylorised Work, and the Contradictions of College Readiness

Cláudia Maria Bokel Reis
William Soares Dos Santos

Critical Acts of Becoming in Teacher Practicum: Evidence from Student-Teacher Memoir of Apprenticeship in Public Schools in Rio de Janeiro

Matilda Wiklund
The Media and the Making of Education Policy – Media Discourse on Education in Two Swedish Election Periods

Lucía Martínez Virto
Juan Ramón Rodríguez Fernández

Exclusion and Neoliberalism in the Education System: Socio-Educational intervention Strategies for an Inclusive Education System

Mary B. Ziskin
Karyn E. Rabourn
Donald Hossler

Performance-Based Funding of Higher Education: Analyses of Policy Discourse Across Four Case Studies

Denise Mifsud
Richard Riddell
Ian Dewes

Book Review Symposium: Modernising School Governance: Corporate Planning and Expert Handling in State Education. Andrew Wilkins (2016) Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-78747-6 (hardback, also available in paperback and e-book)

Volume 16 Number 1 – April 2018

Chris McMillan
‘I’ve Learned to Question Everything’: Critical Thinking, or, the Pedagogical Logic of Late Capitalism

Alya Khan
John Gabriel

Resisting the Binary Divide in Higher Education: The Role of Critical Pedagogy

K.V. Syamprasad
Dialogue in silence: The false binary between Freirean concepts and practices in out-of-school education in Kerala

Stephen Black
From ‘empowerment’ to ‘compliance’: Neoliberalism and adult literacy provision in Australia

David Golding
The Colonial and Neoliberal Roots of the Public-Private Education Debate in Sri Lanka

Miranda Matthews
The Conflicted Other in Policy Making: focusing on Art Education

Nafisa Yeasmin
Satu Uusiautti

Finland and Singapore, Two Different Top Countries of PISA and the Challenge of Providing Equal Opportunities to Immigrant Students

Jonathan Owen Clark
Louise H. Jackson

Ideology in Neoliberal Higher Education: The Case of the Entrepreneur

Ahmad Asakereh
Hiwa Weisi

Raising critical consciousness in teaching reading skills using critical pedagogy principles: a case of an Iranian school graduate

Thomas Ryberg
Juha Suoranta
Derek R. Ford

Book Review Symposium: Petar Jandrić (2017) Learning in the Age of Digital Reason. Series: Educational Futures: Rethinking theory and practice. Rotterdam: Sense. ISBN 978-94-6351-075-2

Volume 15 Number 3 – December 2017

Ravi Kumar
Consensualised Reproduction and Fascisation of Society: Critical Pedagogy in Times of Despair

Glenn Rikowski
Privatisation in Education and Commodity Forms

Mike Cole
‘A bright future’ for ‘something new and highly significant’ or a bit of a damp squib?: (neo-) Marxist reflections on recent theoretical developments in ‘BritCrit’ in the journal Race, Ethnicity and Education

Oskar Szwabowski
Paulina Wężniejewska

An (co)autoethnography story about going against the neoliberal didactic machine

Sezen Bayhan
Ayşe Caner

Schools in the Nexus of Neoliberal Urban Transformation and Education Policy Change

Chris Holligan
Corporate Schooling and Decorative Metrics: The Iconography of Academy School Chains in England

Dhammika Jayawardena
The “MacBurger”, Non-State Universities and the Changing Landscape of Higher Education in Sri Lanka

Steve Hanson
Language, juridical epistemologies and power in the new UK university: Can alternative providers escape?

Cecilia Rikap
The Meanings of University’s Autonomy in Western History as a Clue to Understand the Consequences of Universities’ Differentiated Adoption of Enterprise Features

Joseph Cunningham
Rhetorical Tension in the Bureaucratic University

Fernando Murillo
Ideology, Curriculum & The Self: The psychic rootedness of ideology and resistance in subjectivity

Carl Parsons
Kaia-Marie A. Bishop

Book Review: Mike Cole (2016)Racism: a Critical Analysis. London: Pluto Press.

Gülay Aslan
Teachers and Multiculturalism in Turkey: An Evaluation of the Competency Perceptions of Teachers Regarding Multiculturalism and their Reflection of These Perceptions to the Classroom

Marcus W. Johnson
Melinda Lemke
Hanadi Shatara

A Book Review Symposium: Arturo Rodriguez & Kevin Magill (2017) Imagining Education: Beyond the Logic of Global Neoliberal Capitalism. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. ISBN: 1681237466

Volume 15 Number 2 – October 2017

Alpesh Maisuria
Dennis Beach
Gail Edwards
Spyros Themelis

Critical Realism for Marxist Sociology of Education, Grant Banfield (2016): A Book Review Symposium

Louise M Prendergast
Dave Hill
Sharon Jones

Social Exclusion, Education and Precarity: neoliberalism, neoconservatism and class war from above

Tim Rudd
Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF): Re-examining its Logic and Considering Possible Systemic and Institutional Outcomes

Juan R. Rodríguez Fernández
Enrique J. Díez Gutiérrez

Education for the Poor in the Neoliberal Era: Socio-Educational Programmes to combat poverty in Spain

Bill Templer
The Critical Pedagogical Potential of Using Jacob A. Riis’ Works about the Poor in New York City

Maria Chalari
Hope for a different kind of pedagogy in Greece in times of crisis

Julio Cammarota
Youth Participatory Action Research: A Pedagogy of Transformational Resistance for Critical Youth Studies

Jennifer Fitzner
Neoliberalism and Illusion: The Importance of Preparing Students to Live in the 21st Century

Hope Pius Nudzor
An analytical review of the changing facets of Ghana’s education policy discourse(s)

Leander P. Marquez
Critical Thinking in Philippine Education: What We Have and What We Need

Declan Mc Kenna
Geraldine Mooney Simmie

From Dialogue to Governance: Critical Analysis of the School Completion Programme in the Republic of Ireland from 2002 to 2016

Volume 15 Number 1 – March 2017

Steve Hanson
Putting the epistemology back: writing against ontology in HE philosophy

Esraa Al-Muftah
Qatari Women in a Corporatized Higher Education Setting: International Reforms and their Local Bearings

Andrew Skourdoumbis
Teacher Quality, Teacher Effectiveness And The Diminishing Returns Of Current Education Policy Expressions

Jesslyn Hollar
Speaking about Education Reform: Constructing Failure to Legitimate Entrepreneurial Reforms of Teacher Preparation

Claire Meehan
“Junkies, Wasters and Thieves”: School-Based Drug Education and the Stigmatisation of People Who Use Drugs

Arthur Taylor
Perspectives on the University as a Business: the Corporate Management Structure, Neoliberalism and Higher Education

Izabela Skórzyńska
Edyta Głowacka–Sobiech
Iwona Chmura–Rutkowska

The critical orientation in research on historical school narrative and its relation with the history of women

Damien Shortt
Tim Cain
Helena Knapton
Jill McKenzie

How to be Good: Behaviour Management Policies in 36 Secondary Schools

Nigel Brissett
Radhika Mitter

For function or transformation? A critical discourse analysis of education under the Sustainable Development Goals

Goran Puaca
Christer Theandersson
Margareta Carlén

Resisting consumerist rationalities in higher vocational education

Caglar Deniz
Reconceptualization Sexuality and Rethinking Homophobia in Metropolitan Campus Spaces

Hugo Augusto Vasconcelos Medeiros
Ruy de Deus e Mello Neto
Afrânio Mendes Catani

Educational democracy in graduate education: Public policies and affirmative action

Juha Suoranta,
Robert FitzSimmons

Towards Real Utopias in Higher Education

Volume 14 Number 3 – December 2016

Dave Hill
Christine Lewis
Alpesh Maisuria
Patrick Yarker
James Hill

Conservative Education Reloaded: Policy, Ideology and Impacts in England

Hana Cervinkova
Producing Homogeneity as a Historical Tradition. Neo-conservatism, Precarity and Citizenship Education in Poland

Danny Dorling
Sally Tomlinson
The Creation of Inequality: Myths of Potential and Ability

Robert Phillipson
Native speakers in linguistic imperialism

Anna Dillon
An exploration of linguistic neo-colonialism through educational language policy – an Irish perspective

Petar Jandrić
Astra Taylor

Unschoolers of the world, unwork! Grassroots lessons and strategies against 21st century capitalism

Pau Bori
Jelena Petanović

Constructing the entrepreneurial-self: How Catalan textbooks present the neoliberal worker to their students

Jyoti Raina
Teacher Education and Inclusionary Practices: Sharing Delhi University Experiences

Paulette Luff
Mallika Kanyal
Mansur Shehu
Nicola Brewis

Educating the youngest citizens – possibilities for early childhood education and care, in England

Magdalena Kuleta-Hulboj
The global citizen as an agent of change: Ideals of the global citizen in the narratives of Polish NGO employees

Magdalena Matysek-Imielińska
Educational Civil Experiment – a Story of a Particular Radical Housing Estate

Monika Popow
Isidora Sáez-Rosenkranz

Educational struggles and citizenship education. The case of Poland

Marta Zahorska
Education – civic, national or… none

Volume 14 Number 2 – August 2016

Debbie Sonu
Julie Gorlewski
Daniel Vallée

Editorial: Learn, by listening to the child in neoliberal schools

Pamela J. Hickey
“They Always Keep Us in Line”: Neoliberalism and Elementary Emergent Bilinguals

María Isabel Morales
There is space to play! Mexican American Children of Immigrants Learning With(in) Cherry Orchards

Kate Phillippo
Briellen Griffin

“If you don’t score high enough, then that’s your fault”:
Student civic dispositions in the context of competitive school choice policy

High School Youth
Variations on a life in bars

Jim Burns
Jaime Nolan
Ernest Weston, Jr. (Oglala Lakota)
Amanda Malcolm (Oneida)

Indigenous education, colonization, neoliberal schools, and narratives of survivance

Nataly Z. Chesky
Rebecca A. Goldstein

Whispers that echo: Girls’ experiences and voices in news media reports about STEM education reform

Julie Gorlewski
“Say what they want to hear”: Students’ Perceptions of Writing in a Working-Class High School

Jessica Ruglis
Daniel Vallée

Student disengagement as/and unfairness: Re-reading schools through photos

Claudia Diera
Democratic possibilities for student voice within schools undergoing reform: A student counterpublic case study

Volume 14 Number 1 – March 2016

Zane C. Wubbena 
Becoming Through Revolutionary Pedagogy: An Interview with Curry Malott and Derek R. Ford  

Aygülen Kayahan Karakul
Student Resistance Culture against School Values: An Ethnographic Research 

Oskar Szwabowski
The grey faces of academic workers: On the non-emancipatory resistance of Polish humanists to the edu-factory reform of academia

Jennifer Fitzner 
Back to the Dark Ages: Neoliberalism and The Decline of Labor 

David Kitchener
How much longer can we afford the free school debacle? State sponsored neoliberalism and the myths of choice 

Guillermo Foladori
Fictitious Science

Lars Dahlström
An autobiographical narrative towards Critical Practitioner Inquiry and a counter hegemonic southern network

Roberto Montoya
Cheryl E. Matias
Naomi W.M. Nishi
Geneva L. Sarcedo
Words are wind: using Du Bois and Bourdieu to ‘unveil’ the capricious nature of gifted and talented programs

Matt Grigorieff
Dispossessing Educational Equity: A Critical Exploration of California’s Community College Student Success Act

Antonio Jose Müller
César Augusto Rossatto
The Politics of Body Capital within Neoliberal Social Reproduction Systems: Freirean Critical Pedagogy Principles in Brazilian Schools

Maggie FitzGerald Murphy
An Ode to Stuart Hall’s “The Supply of Demand:” The Case of Post-Secondary Education in Ontario Fifty Years Later

Spyros Themelis
Stephen Cowden
Inny Accioly 

Book Symposium on Curry Malott and Derek Ford (2015) Marx, Capital and Education: Towards a Critical Pedagogy of Becoming. New York: Peter Lang

Liz Atkins
Paul Warmington
Vicky Duckworth
Book Symposium on James Avis (2015) Social Justice, Transformation and Knowledge: policy, workplace learning and skills. Abingdon/New York Routledge

Samuel Day Fassbinder
Book Review: Peter McLaren (2014) Life in Schools. 6th edition. Boulder CO: Paradigm.

Kevin Russel Magill
Book Review: Peter McLaren (2015) Pedagogy of Insurrection: From Resurrection to Revolution. New York: Peter Lang.