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‘The Day Before Yesterday’

The Case of Universities

Cathy Legg has presented a most interesting piece in Agora Ideas, namely ‘When the Day Before Yesterday Is Actually Today,’ which traces how a question about gender parity, which still remains a question, had been declared as ‘sorted out’ or more or less concluded, progressively throughout recent history. She notes that, in 1989, Michèle Le […]

Full Citation Information:
Harris, K. (2020). ‘The Day Before Yesterday’: The Case of Universities. PESA Agora. https://pesaagora.com/ideas/the-day-before-yesterday/
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Kevin Harris

Kevin Harris is Emeritus Professor of Education at Macquarie University. He notes that he is enjoying retirement. He writes:

I have previously romanticised myself sufficiently; those interested can look up Educational Philosophy and Theory, 44(5), 450-463. I am now going on 84 and, with apologies to Shakespeare and Keats, I now ‘suffer the thousand natural shocks that flesh is heir to’: that is all ye need to know.

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