Comparative Education and the Mediterranean Region

Comparative Education and the Mediterranean Region features educational research carried out in Mediterranean countries, as well as educational studies related to the diaspora of Mediterranean people worldwide. It offers a forum for theoretical debate, historical and comparative studies, and inter-disciplinary research, thus facilitating dialogue in a region that has varied and vigorous educational traditions. There is a strong international dimension to this dialogue, given the profile of the Mediterranean in the configuration of the new world order, and the presence of people of Mediterranean origin in Europe, North America and elsewhere.

This book series is of interest to scholars, researchers, policy makers, graduate students and practitioners in the following fields: comparative education, foundation disciplines in education, education policy analysis, political studies, Mediterranean and MENA region studies, cultural and post-colonial studies, anthropology, Southern European and area studies, intercultural education, religious studies, peace education, and migration and refugee studies.
Ronald G. Sultana is a Professor of Educational Sociology and Comparative Education at the University of Malta, where he directs the Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Educational Research (EMCER). He has studied education in Malta, the UK and New Zealand, and was Fulbright Fellow at Stanford University (USA). He is the founding editor of the Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies.
Series Editor:
Ronald G. Sultana, University of Malta

Editorial Board:
Abdeljalil Akkari, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Rima Karami Akkary, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Xavier Bonal i Sarró, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
Hülya Kosar-Altinyelken, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Paolo Landri, National Research Council, Italy
António Magalhães, University of Porto, Portugal
André E. Mazawi, University of British Columbia, Canada
Nagwa Megahed, Ain Shams University, Egypt
Michalinos Zembylas, Open University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Scholars, researchers, policy makers, graduate students and practitioners in the following fields: comparative education, foundation disciplines in education, education policy analysis, political studies, and Mediterranean and MENA region studies.