Interrupting the Global Economy of Academic Knowledge

The Collective Intellectualities team share Keita Takayama’s talk, originally given during the Department of Educational Foundations’ Fall 2022 Colloquium speaker series. It is called “Interrupting the Global Economy of Academic Knowledge.”

Keita is Professor/Director for the Global Education Office in the Graduate School of Education, Kyoto University, Japan (website). His research examines the globalisation of educational policy and knowledge from a decolonial/postcolonial perspective (Google Scholar). In this talk, he provides a critical self-reflection of the work he does as a co-editor of two international journals in education and the tensions and contradictions that arise in relation to his own scholarship.

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