What is global justice?
In this series, we will read key texts on the political theory of global justice to discuss implications for our work in education, particularly regarding the project of ‘international development’. One reading per week will be combined with participants’ reflections on the significance of the ideas to their own research.
Room 2S3, 2-4pm, Donald McIntyre Building, Faculty of Education
18 OCT: Challenging liberal belief: Edward Said and the critical practice of history, Jeanne Morefield
1 NOV: Race and Global Justice, Charles W. Mills
15 NOV: Globalising Global Justice, Margaret Kohn
19 NOV: Decolonising Borders, Self-Determination and Social Justice, Catherine Lu
For all readings see: Bell, D.(Ed.)(2019). Empire, Race & Global Justice