Acknowledgements

We wish to acknowledge and thank the copyright holders for permission to publish our work in this collection. We also wish to thank Jolanda Karada and the editorial team at Brill | Sense for their suggestions and support in producing this book.

  • Chapter 1, ‘Philosophy, Education and the Corruption of Youth’, Educational Philosophy and Theory, 45(1), 2013, 6–19.

  • Chapter 2, ‘Heidegger, De-Nazification and the Art of Teaching’ is based on a paper presented to the European Conference on Educational Research (ecer), Lisbon, 2002: Philosophy of Education Symposia on ‘Good Teaching’.

  • Chapter 3, ‘Truth-Telling as an Educational Practice of the Self’, Oxford Review of Education, 29(2), 2003, 207–223.

  • Chapter 4, ‘Interculturalism, Ethnocentrism and Dialogue’, Policy Futures in Education, 9(1), 2011, 1–12.

  • Chapter 5, ‘Understanding the Sources of Anti-Westernism’, Policy Futures in Education, 10(1), 2012, 59–69.

  • Chapter 6, ‘Islam and the End of European Multiculturalism? From Multiculturalism to Civic Integration’, Policy Futures in Education, 12(1), 2014, 1–15.

  • Chapter 7, ‘Western Education is Sinful’: Boko Haram and the Abduction of Chibok Schoolgirls’, Policy Futures in Education, 12(2), 2014, 1–5.

  • Chapter 8, ‘Global Citizenship Education: Politics, Problems and Prospects’, Citizenship, Social and Economics Education, 9(1), 2010, 43–47.

  • Chapter 9, ‘The Refugee Crisis and the Right to Political Asylum’, Educational Philosophy and Theory, 47(13–14), 2015, 1367–1374.

  • Chapter 10, ‘The Refugee Crisis in Europe: Words without Borders’, in Peter McLaren & Suzi Soohoo (Eds.), Radical Imagine-Nation, 2017, pp. 191–198, Peter Lang, New York.

  • Chapter 11, ‘From State Responsibility for Education and Welfare to Self-Responsibilization in the Market’, Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 38, 2017, 138–145.

  • Chapter 12, revised 2018, following the article ‘Pedagogies of the Walking Dead: Diminishing responsibility for social justice in a neoliberal world’, Artículo de Reflexión Pedagogía y Saberes, No. 43 Universidad Pedagógica Nacional Facultad de Educación, 2015, 49–57.

  • Conclusion. ‘Education for Ecological Democracy’, Educational Philosophy and Theory, 49(10), 2017: 941–945.

  • Postscript, ‘The End of Neoliberal Globalization and the Rise of Authoritarian Populism’, Educational Philosophy and Theory, 50, 2018, 323–325.