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About the Author
Michael A. Peters is Professor of Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and coauthor of Creativity and the Global Knowledge Economy (Peter Lang, 2009).
Alicia de Alba is Professor of Education at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Table of Contents1. Subjects in the Margins Leonor Arfuch 2. Sociologizing Global Youth Cultures: The Genealogy of a Discourse of Subjects in Process Tina (A. C.) Besley 3. Becoming Selves with/in Landscapes and across Borders Bronwyn Davies, Bodil Halvars-Franzen, Hillevi Lenz Taguchi,Farzaneh Moinian, Kajsa Ohrlander, and Anna Palmer 4. And the Debate on Subjectivity Does Not End Rosa Nidia Buenfil Burgos 5. Fantasies of "Chineseness" and the Traffic in Women from Mainland China to Hong Kong in Fruit Chan's Durian Durian Pheng Cheah 6. Cultural Contact and the Turn to the Subject Alicia de Alba 7. Not Neo-Marxist, Not Post-Marxist, Not Marxian:Some Notes on Critical Pedagogy and Marxist Thought Peter McLaren 8. Bodies of Knowledge and Knowledges of the Body Michael A. Peters 9. The Subject in Honigswald's New Kantian Transcendental Philosophy-or Why Culture and Subject Are One Monika Witsch 10. The Nomadic Existence of the Eternal Improviser and Diasporic Co-poiesis in the Era of Mega-speed Ilan Gur-Ze'ev 11. Ernesto Laclau. Interview Alicia de Alba