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Educational theory as rhythmic action : from Arendt to Agamben
Traditionally, educational theory has been couched as modes of human action through concepts such as poiesis and praxis. Inasmuch as poiesis and praxis have significantly shaped educational theory, we argue that such modes ...
Democratic engagement as denudation : moving beyond risk taking
In this article, we argue that democratic engagement as a form of human action can be enhanced if enacted through disclosure. Firstly, we expand on the notion of democratic engagement whereby human action is enacted ...
Educational leadership as action : towards an opening of rhythm
Nowadays, its seems as if higher education institutions have unobtrusively adopted leadership styles that seem to be in consonance with neoliberal, managerialist approaches to leadership in education. It has become apparent ...
Resistance and dissonance in higher education : on doing things differently
The historical inequalities and imbalances, so deeply embedded in the institutional structures and discourse of higher education, continue to haunt university spaces as these institutions continue to veer along the precipice ...
Reflecting on a doctoral supervision : from scepticism to friendship
(UNISA Press, 2013)
In this article two colleagues are in conversation regarding doctoral supervision: The first author acted as a doctoral supervisor, while the collaborative author was a doctoral candidate during three years of study. The ...