2016 Spring Forum

  • Forum magazine
  • Publication date
    April 2016
  • Topics
    • Leadership & strategy
    • Mobility
    • Learning, teaching & curriculum

THEME: INTERNATIONALISATION IN A CONFLICTED WORLD

Conflict – political or economic, religious or cultural, ethnic or linguistic – is a fact of life in the complex world in which we live. At home and abroad, the work of international educators may be affected by emergencies and longstanding and deeply rooted social schisms. These matters affect individual students and scholars, but also institutional policies, programming and decision-making.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

04 EDITORIAL — Laura Rumbley
05 CONTRIBUTORS
06 TEACHING CRITICAL, ETHICAL THINKING — Savo Heleta & Vesna Hart
09 SYRIA: A HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR UNDER FIRE — Ghada Aldasooqi, Hana Addan El-Ghali & Abigail Jones
12 NOT JUST TEACHING, BUT ‘PEACE-ING’ — Amit Marantz-Gal
14 ERASMUS+ IN COUNTRIES IN CRISIS — Claire Morel
16 WHEN SILENCE BECOMES THE ONLY OPTION — Kari Anette Lindemann
18 IN CONVERSATION WITH ROB QUINN — Laura Mesquita
22 RISKS WORTH TAKING — Martha Johnson, Eryn Espín-Kudzinski & Jonathan Kaplan
24 CHANGES IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC — Lucie Koutkova & Ivana Pekaƙová
26 FRANCE, INTERNATIONALISATION AFTER A TERRORIST INCIDENT — Nicole Lassahn & Sabine Sainte-Rose
29 CRISIS PLANNING — Martin Hochreiter
32 CONNECTING SYRIAN AND IRAQI SCHOLARS TO FINNISH UNIVERSITIES — Maija Airas & James King
35 INTERNATIONALISED HIGHER EDUCATION AS A CONFLICT ZONE — Leon Moosavi
38 A CULTURAL HUB IN LIVERPOOL — Joe Keggin
41 BLOG SPOT
Online news, views and insights
43 EVENTS CALENDAR
Upcoming events in the field

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