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  • Can-Universities-Transform

    Can Universities Transform: A case study from Malaysia By Sohail Inayatullah CAN HIGHER EDUCATION TRANSFORM? Will Higher Education in Malaysia transition from the factory model to a student-centred ‘Café’ approach, the ‘à la carte’ university? Will lecturers remain mired in bureaucratic form or will they …

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  • Future Education Conference 2012

    Future Education Conference Bhuvaneshvar, Orissa, India Report prepared by Henk de Weijer An International Conference, “Future Education: Philosophical Perspectives and Programs”, was organized 22nd – 24th February, 2012 at the Centre of Advanced Studies in Philosophy(CASP), Utkal University, Vani Vihar, Bhuvaneshvar, Orissa, India, in collaboration …

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  • Future Education Philosophical Perspectives and Programs

    Future Education Philosophical Perspectives and Programs Keynote Inaugural Address by Ac. Shambhushivananda Avt. Conference sponsored by Center of Advanced Studies in Philosophy (CASP) of Utkal University and Neohumanist Education Research Institute (NERI), Sweden Honorable Chairperson, Esteemed Guests of Honor, Students and members of the Faculty …

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  • Can Prout Transform Universities?

    Can Prout Transform Universities? By Sohail Inayatullah A decade back, in a book titled, The University in Transformation, we – Jennifer Gidley, president of the world futures studies federation and myself – identified four drivers creating new futures of the university. These drivers were globalization, …

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  • IS NEOHUMANIST EDUCATION PLAUSIBLE?

     IS NEOHUMANIST EDUCATION PLAUSIBLE? The Alternative Futures of Neohumanism and Neohumanist Education Sohail Inayatullah Is Neohumanist Education a plausible future? The weights are certainly stacked against an alternative future that challenges the status quo of student preparation for global competitive capitalism or national economic development and identity …

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