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    Class Choreographies

    Class Choreographies

    Elite Schools and Globalization

    Jane Kenway, Johannah Fahey, Debbie Epstein (2017)

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    Introduction

    This introductory chapter to Class Choreographies: Elite Schools and Globalization introduces the main themes and leitmotifs that are carried through the book as a whole. In addition, it introduces the methods we...

    Jane Kenway, Johannah Fahey, Debbie Epstein, Aaron Koh in Class Choreographies (2017)

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    Colonialism, Capitalism and Christianity

    This chapter shifts the focus from England to the various (former) colonies in which we conducted our fieldwork. Here, we examine the coiled conditions of these interlinked but diverse histories of British col...

    Jane Kenway, Johannah Fahey, Debbie Epstein, Aaron Koh in Class Choreographies (2017)

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    Principal Experiments on the Global Stage

    We concentrate on school principals in this chapter and on the various ways they seek to position their schools, staff and students on the global stage while, at the same time, trying to remain faithful to the...

    Jane Kenway, Johannah Fahey, Debbie Epstein, Aaron Koh in Class Choreographies (2017)

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    Students on the Move

    Mobility is the chief concern of this chapter in which we identify some of the elite global circuits that the schools participate in. We show how the schools use the mobilities made possible through prestigiou...

    Jane Kenway, Johannah Fahey, Debbie Epstein, Aaron Koh in Class Choreographies (2017)

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    Conclusion: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

    We conclude the book by drawing together the connections, conjunctions, juxtapositions and disjunctions that are involved when elite schools undertake class choreography on the global stage. And we consider ho...

    Jane Kenway, Johannah Fahey, Debbie Epstein, Aaron Koh in Class Choreographies (2017)

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    Little England’s ‘Public Schools’

    This chapter examines how public schools and the public school system evolved in England and indicates how they were linked, over time, to shifting national and colonial social power relationships. We offer th...

    Jane Kenway, Johannah Fahey, Debbie Epstein, Aaron Koh in Class Choreographies (2017)

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    Mobilizing the Past in the Changing Present

    In this chapter we illustrate how, through their iconography and rituals, our research schools marshal represent and use their history and heritage as markers of prestige and success. Thus, we call attention t...

    Jane Kenway, Johannah Fahey, Debbie Epstein, Aaron Koh in Class Choreographies (2017)

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    Curriculum Contestations

    In this chapter, we point to the institutional tussles involved as the schools seek to reshape their curricula so that they intersect in the most propitious ways with global, national and local imperatives. Th...

    Jane Kenway, Johannah Fahey, Debbie Epstein, Aaron Koh in Class Choreographies (2017)

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    The Art of Privilege

    Students in elite schools live their lives largely through the prism of privilege and, in this chapter, we concentrate on what this means for their politics. We probe the ways students engage their privilege, ...

    Jane Kenway, Johannah Fahey, Debbie Epstein, Aaron Koh in Class Choreographies (2017)

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    Elite Higher Education

    Jane Kenway, Adam Howard in Encyclopedia of International Higher Educa…

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    Vignette: The Fullness of Taste

    What does privilege taste like? Is there a link between the palate and the palette? Is taste tinted? Tainted?

    Jane Kenway in In the Realm of the Senses (2015)

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    Distinguished Spaces: Elite Schools as Cartographers of Privilege

    In this chapter Kenway and Prosser examine the social aesthetics of two elite schools in the Global South. Focusing on the role of space within the creation of social aesthetics, they draw on Lefebvre’s notion...

    Jane Kenway, Howard Prosser in In the Realm of the Senses (2015)

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    The Knowledge Economy as Global Assemblage

    This chapter suggests some ways in which the notion of global assemblage can be deployed to enhance policy analyses of the knowledge economy and, by inference, other policy discourses. It also makes knowledge an ...

    Jane Kenway in A Companion to Research in Education (2014)

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    The Libidinal Economy of the Globalising Elite School Market

    Elite schools are banks of emotion where the individuals and social classes that they serve deposit their desires and gain social dividends. They are also registers of social recognition and serve as spaces of...

    Jane Kenway, Johannah Fahey, Aaron Koh in Privilege, Agency and Affect (2013)

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    A Defiant Research Imagination

    I often think that I became an academic because I was a naughty girl at school. My parents, both teachers, regularly had to deal with the difficult consequences of their defiant daughter’s behaviour. Leaving a...

    Jane Kenway in Leaders in Gender and Education (2013)

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    A Melancholic Melody

    Agony. Since the invitation to write this biographical reflective paper I have agonised over what I can and can’t say, about what should remain unsaid and even perhaps unthought, about the impossibility of rep...

    Jane Kenway in Education, Social Justice and the Legacy of Deakin University (2011)

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    Moving ideas and mobile researchers: Australia in the global context

    This paper draws from the ARC Discovery project calledMoving Ideas: Mobile Policies, Researchers and Connections in the Social Sciences and Humanities — Australia in the Global Context (2006–2009). This project e...

    Johannah Fahey, Jane Kenway in The Australian Educational Researcher (2010)

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    The ghosts of the school curriculum: Past, present and future

    Jane Kenway in The Australian Educational Researcher (2008)

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    Masculinity Beyond the Metropolis
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