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Global citizenship education.
Philosophy, theory and pedagogy.
The essays in this edited collection argue that global citizenship education realistically must be set against the imperfections of our contemporary political realities. As a form of education it must actively engage in a critically informed way with a set of complex inherited historical issues that emerge out of a colonial past and the savage globalization which often perpetuates unequal power relations or cause new inequalities. The essays in the book explore these issues and the emergent world ideologies of globalism, as well as present territorial conflicts, ethnic, tribal and nationalist rivalries, problems of increasing international migration and asylum, growing regional imbalances and increasing world inequalities. Contributors to this collection, each on their own way, argues that global citizenship education needs to project new values, to reality test and debate the language, concepts and theories of global citizenship and the proto-world institutions that seek to give expression to nascent aspirations for international forms of social justice and citizen participation in world government. Many of the contributors argue that global citizenship education offers the prospect of extending the liberal ideologies of human rights and multiculturalism, and of developing a better understanding of forms of post-colonialism. One thing is sure, as the essays presented in this book demonstrate so clearly, there can be no one dominant notion of global citizenship education as notions of 'global', 'citizenship' and 'education' are all contested and open to further argument and revision. Global citizenship education does not name the moment of global citizenship or even its emergence so much as the hope of a form of order where the rights of the individual and of cultural groups, irrespective of race, gender, ethnicity or creed, are observed, preserved and protected by all governments in order to become the basis of citizen participation in new global spaces that we might be tempted to call global civil society.
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Preface and Acknowledgements

Notes on Contributors

Introduction: Many Faces of Global Civil Society: Possible Futures for Global Citizenship
Michael A. Peters, Alan Britton and Harry Blee


1. Two Meanings of Global Citizenship: Modern and Diverse
James Tully

2. The Discourse of Global Citizenship
Walter Humes

3. Between Empires: Rethinking Identity and Citizenship in the Context of Globalisation
Michael A. Peters

4. Cosmopolitan Justice: Education and Global Citizenship
Penny Enslin and Mary Tjiattas

5. Revisioning Ideas of Citizenry: The Female State and the Construction of Citizenship
Christine Forde

6. Diasporic Philosophy, Homelessness, and Counter-Education in Context: The Israeli-Palestinian Example
Ilan Gur-Ze′ev

7. Conflicting Imaginaries: Global Citizenship Education in Canada as aSite of Contestation
George Richardson

8. Cosmopolitanism, the Citizen and Processes of Abjection: The Double Gestures of Pedagogy
Thomas S. Popkewitz

9. The Peculiar Place of Enlightenment Ideals in the Governance Concept of Citizenship and Democracy
Robert Shaw


10. Cosmopolitanism: With or Without Patriotism?
Marianna Papastephanou

11. Citizenship, Education and the Claims of Religious Literacy
James C. Conroy and Robert A. Davis

12. Cosmopolitanism and Citizenship Education
Leonard J. Waks

13. Dialogues across the Pond: Freire and Greene on the Citizenship Challenge in the Republic of Ireland
Timothy Murphy

14. A ′Community of Communities′? Racism, Ethnicity and Education in Post-Devolution Scotland
Bruce Carrington and Ian Menter

15. MacIntyre′s Theory of Virtues: An Ethics-for-Citizenship Education?
Klas Roth

16. Globalisation, the Third Way and Education Post 9/11: Building Democratic Citizenship
Mark Olssen

17. Revolutions within: Self-government and Self-esteem
Barbara Cruikshank

18. Challenging the Dominant Neo-Liberal Discourse: From Human Capital Learning to Education for Civic Engagement
Emery J. Hyslop-Margison and Alan M. Sears


19. Citizenship Education and Diversity: Implications for Teacher Education
James A. Banks

20. Immigrants and Religious Conflict: Insider Accounts of Italian,Lithuanian and Polish Catholics in Scotland
Stephen J. McKinney

21. The World Citizen Travels with a Different View
Doret de Ruyter and Ben Spiecker

22. Robert Owen and the Development of Good Citizenship in 19th Century New Lanark: Enlightened Reform or Social Control?
Francis J. O′Hagan

23. A Social Justice Approach to Education for Active Citizenship: An International Perspective
Julia Preece

24. Citizenship and Its Discontents: Educating for Political and Economic Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
Ali A. Abdi

25. Democratic Citizenship, Philosophy of Islamic Education and Madrassah Schooling in South Africa
Yusef Waghid

26. The Emergence of the Child-as-Citizen in Canada
Yvonne M. Hébert

27. Education Implies Citizenship: Developing a Global Dimension in Dutch Education
Hans Hooghoff

28. Global Citizens, Local Linguists: How Migrant Children Explore Cultural Identity through Vernacular Texts
Evelyn Arizpe and James McGonigal

29. Antiracism Education for Global Citizenship
George Dei

30. Between Europe and Africa: Against Regionalism in Citizenship Education
Penny Enslin

31. The Decline of Democratic Politics in ′Knowledge Societies′ and the Initiatives for Citizenship Education
Stavros Moutsios

32. Global Citizenship: From Theory to Practice, Unlocking Hearts andMinds
Muna Golmohamad
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