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See detailStyles of reason: Historicism, historicizing, and their historical objects in the history of education
Popkewitz, Thomas S. UL

in Popkewitz, Thomas S. (Ed.) Rethinking the history of education. Transnational perspectives on its questions, methods, and knowledge (2013)

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See detailReading a primer, writing a book review, and styles of reason
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in Bildungsgeschichte. International Journal for the Historiography of Education (2013), 3(2), 165-171

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See detailDossier: La raison educative comme question sociale
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Book published by ENS Éditions (2013)

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See detailNow we are European! ”How did it get that way?”
Popkewitz, Thomas S. UL; Martins, Catarina

in Sisyphus : Journal of Education (2013), 1(1), 37-66

«The European» is given as a kind of person and as an autonomous subject in contemporary policy and research. The paper examines the role that the social and educational science technologies play in ... [more ▼]

«The European» is given as a kind of person and as an autonomous subject in contemporary policy and research. The paper examines the role that the social and educational science technologies play in constructing this new type of person. We first briefly explore the human sciences as historical practices that link the individual to the community. These practices are reassembled and examined descriptively in the second section which explores the making of the European as a particular kind of person from which nation and daily life are to be ordered. In the third and fourth sections, we discuss the cultural technologies of science in fabricating the European. These technologies are forging the memory of a common history that simultaneously erases, forgets, and realigns Europe’s internal differences so that Europe may become the «world champions» of global competition. At a different level are technologies of numbers and statistics mobilized in making the unity given to the European and from which to understand diversity and differences. [less ▲]

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See detailLa “Raison” de l’éducation, le “social” et l’étude de la scolarisation
Popkewitz, Thomas S. UL

in Dossier: La raison educative comme question sociale (2013)

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See detailThe impracticality of “practical knowledge” and “lived experiences” educational research
Popkewitz, Thomas S. UL

in Nordic Studies in Education = Nordisk Pedagogik (2013), 32

The issue of social and cultural transformations is pressing. There are enough horrors in the world to want change. The problem of change, however, has haunted the human sciences since their ... [more ▼]

The issue of social and cultural transformations is pressing. There are enough horrors in the world to want change. The problem of change, however, has haunted the human sciences since their institutionalization at the turn of the 20th century. Initially responding to The Social Question about the moral disorder and economic dislocations of the city, the quest today is for the practical (useful) knowledge that makes possible the Enlightenments’ cosmopolitan dream. That dream of change is expressed in PISA, the New Public Management. While the promise of finding the future is daunting and enticing my task is more limited. It is historical by asking about the conditions that make possible the notion of practicality. That designing is told in the name of the future is told holding the lifelong learner who lives in the Knowledge Society. Finding that future, however, is taken as science finding the useful knowledge that can help in planning to change everyday life that changes people. Three limits of such planning are discussed. One is the making of kinds of people as practices that exclude and abject in the impulse to include. Second and paradoxically, the principles for making the future conserve rather than challenge the existing frameworks that govern the present. And third, the expertise of designing people to create an inclusive society produces a hierarchy and inequality. What seems practical and useful is, at least in terms of social commitments, impractical! The remaining question is whether it is perhaps time to (re)vision the human sciences. [less ▲]

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See detailInternational Reforms: Pisa: Numbers & Standardizing Conduct
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See detailStyles of Reason: Historicizing Educational History and the Archive
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Speeches/Talks (2013)

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See detailStyles of Reason: Two Forms of Curriculum History
Popkewitz, Thomas S. UL

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See detail“Reason” and the Moral Construction of Schooling
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