Marília Carvalho’s Viewpoint (2014, Gender and Education 26 (2)) raised valuable questions about how academic journals respond to the geopolitics of knowledge production and the place, contexts and relative status of different research traditions and cultures. These questions take on a particular urgency in the present where, on the one hand, there are ever-increasing calls to internationalise education and promote international scholarly collaborations and, on the other hand, relatively thin and problematic conceptions of what such international engagements might involve.
- Latin America
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Gender Studies
McLeod, J., Dillabough, J. A., Ivinson, G., & Tamboukou, M. (2015). Place, perspective and the politics of knowledge: A Forum of responses to Marília Carvalho’s Viewpoint: ‘Gender and Education: a view from Latin America’ (2014). Gender and Education, 27(2), 93-94. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540253.2015.1017962