About this book
This book explores pedagogical concepts, metaphors and images of non-white, non-western researchers and research students on the inter/nationalization of education. Specifically, this book draws on the intellectual resources of China and India to explore the pedagogical dynamics and dimensions of the localization/globalization of education with non-Western characteristics. It introduces theoretic-linguistic non-Western concepts from the Tamil, Sanskrit and Chinese languages for use in Western, English-only education and redefines the intellectual basis for internationalising education. Debating whether ‘international education’ is Western-centric in terms of its privileging and promotion of Euro-American theoretical knowledge, this book contends that the internationalisation of Western-centric education can benefit from the intellectual power and powerfully relevant theorising performed by non-Western international students. It formulates a democratic vision for the internationalisation of education, with the potential to create transnational solidarity and constitute a forum for mobilising debates about global knowledge and power structures. It also provides key tools to use non-Western theoretic-linguistic tools and modes of critique in research undertaken in Anglophone Western universities.
PEDAGOGIES OF INTELLECTUAL EQUALITY SOCIO-HISTORICAL BASIS OF XÍNGZHĪ RESEARCH POST-MONOLINGUAL EDUCATION Chinese students Chinese research students Chinese theorising dǐngtiān lìdì researchers doctoral pedagogies intellectual equality internationalising education internationalising research education multilingual intellectual labour post-monolingual education theoretic-linguistic diversity trans-linguistic divergence worldly internationalising education xíngzhī research