Global Conversations Beyond Discipline

Indigeneity and Higher Education: The Rise of Intercultural Universities in Mexico

In her newest post, Korie Hilliard examines a new educational phenomenon emerging within Mexico’s higher education system. The establishment of intercultural universities and their aims in regards to indigenous education are discussed, along with the social and political factors that have fueled recent developments in the country’s educational policy.

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People smugglers or trans-national entrepreneurs? An examination of the discourse on asylum seekers in Australia

In this blog post, Peter Espersen highlights some of the discursive mechanisms that are employed by the current Australian government in its dealing with Asylum Seekers and suggests some alternative signifiers in order to change the framing of the overall discourse.

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