A Case for Engaged Intellectual Work

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Mark C. Baildon


Besides offering analytical frameworks that might aid in understanding educational and political praxis that unites education workers in multiple contexts, I address the question of what might serve to mobilize seemingly disparate groups and identities across educational contexts to bring about collective agency and radical educational and social change. I do so by addressing the particular context of academic work in universities, a context in which I work.

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