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What on Earth: The Meaning of Intercultural Education during a Global Pandemic

Von Violet Kim As the COVID-19 Virus has drastically spread around the world, so have xenophobia and racism. Instead of pointing our fingers and creating scapegoats on “Who is to blame?”, I argue that, as members of a global community, we need a more forward-looking response based on solidarity, respect,…

The Paradox of Learning and Living Democracy in Ethiopia

Von Ephrem Tekle Yacob “We, the Nations, Nationalities and Peoples of Ethiopia” is the first phrase of the constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (FDRE). It claims that the document is the...

Theories and Zombies: On the Didactic Potential of Genre Turn Literature

Last semester was a remarkable one for my students and myself. Zombies slouched into the classroom and taught semiology. We learned about cognitive world-construction by robbing a bank. Finally, aliens appropriated the blackboard and reported on colonization and corporate power. … Weiterlesen →