Feeling like a philosopher of education: A collective response to Jackson’s ‘The smiling philosopher’

Educational Philosophy and Theory 55 (9):994-1005 (2023)
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The global #MeToo movement has precipitated a reckoning with gendered, sexual, and other forms of harassment and bullying in higher education. In academia, harassment is rooted in the history of re...



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