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Out of the Ruins: The Emergence of Radical Informal Learning Spaces


Manufacturer: PM Press

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Sets out to explore the emergence of alternative learning spaces that directly challenge the pairing of education with particular dominant capitalist and statist structures. The authors construct philosophical, political, economic, and social arguments that focus on radical informal learning as a way to contest efforts to commodify and privatise our everyday educational experiences. Major themes include the politics of learning in our formal settings, developing new theories of our informal learning practices, and how individuals and collectives struggle to share these narratives within and outside of institutions.

Contributors include Robert H. Haworth, John M. Elmore, David Gabbard, Rhiannon Firth, Andrew Robinson, Farhang Rouhani, Petar Jandrić, Ana Kuzmanić, Sarah Amsler, Dana Williams, Andre Pusey, Jeff Shantz, Sandra Jeppesen, Joanna Adamiak, Erin Dyke, Eli Meyerhoff, David I. Backer, Matthew Bissen, Jacques Laroche, Aleksandra Perisic, and Jason Wozniak.

Edited by Robert H. Haworth and John M. Elmore.

Product Code: 9781629632391


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