• Call for papers: Special Issue "Decolonial Options in Education"

    2019-05-20

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    Guest editors:
    Kristin Gregers Eriksen, Doctoral Research Fellow, University of South-Eastern Norway
    Stine H. Bang Svendsen, Associate Professor, Norwegian University of Science and Technology


    How can decolonial options be developed in and through education? In what ways can the decolonial project challenge current practices in the field of comparative and international education in the Nordics? This special issue invites contributions that address the coloniality of education and educational research, and explores ways of thinking, doing and materialising education otherwise.

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  • Conference: Understanding the Global in Comparative and International Education

    2019-02-17

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    NOCIES biannual conference & Global CIE Forum will take place at Stockholm Universty 10-11 October 2019.

    The Nordic Comparative and International Education Society (NOCIES) and GlobalCIE are combining their efforts to engage in current comparative and international education research represented in Scandinavia and beyond. Both networks are comprised of members who promote the scholarly study of comparative education in all its various forms. Stockholm University’s Department of Education is hosting the event, which is ideal and historic, as it has been renowned to promote comparative education in the region with comparative education scholars such as Professors Torsten Husén, Ingemar Fägerlind, and Holger Daun.

    Go to the conference website for more information.

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  • Publish with the only journal within Comparative and International Education in the Nordic region

    2019-02-17

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    The Nordic Journal of Comparative and International Education (NJCIE) is now into its third year of production. It is uniquely position as the only journal within Comparative and International Education in the Nordic region. Yet, NJCIE reaches out to a global audience. 

    NJCIE is concerned with the interplay of local, national, regional and global contexts which are shaping education. The ways in which local understandings can bring to light trends, effects and influences that exist in different contexts globally highlight the general understanding of Comparative and International Education in NJCIE.

    Give your next article the exposure it deserves by publishing open access in NJCIE, which will allow your article to benefit from:

    • being freely and permanently available on our platform, leading to increased readership, citations and Altmetric scores;
    • wide dissemination – your research being discoverable by anyone, anywhere, any time;
    • rapid and efficient peer review;
    • being published online as soon as the article is ready through the editorial process;
    • a professional editorial board.

    We publish 1-2 general issues per year in addition to special issues. 

    Do you want to publish a special issue, please contact the Editors-in-Chief.

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