Browsing by Author "Arndt, Sonja Kathrina"

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  • Ignorance in a knowledge economy: Unknowing the foreigner in the neoliberal condition

    Arndt, Sonja Kathrina (Sense Publishers, 2013)
    Globalisation has thrown imagination and creativity into turmoil. The creative space of tertiary teaching struggles with conflicting ideals, as real and imagined boundaries are crossed, and educational borderlines change. ...
  • Is peer review in academic publishing still working?

    Jackson, Liz; Peters, Michael A.; Benade, Leon; Devine, Neta; Arndt, Sonja Kathrina; Forster, Daniella; Gibbons, Andrew; Grierson, Elizabeth; Jandrić, Petar; Lazaroiu, George; Locke, Kirsten; Mihaila, Ramona; Stewart, Georgina; Tesar, Marek; Roberts, Peter; Ozoliņš, John (Routledge, 2018)
    Peer review is central to academic publishing. Yet for many it is a mysterious and contentious practice, which can cause distress for both reviewers, and those whose work is reviewed. This paper, produced by the Editors’ ...
  • A more-than-social movement: The post-human condition of quality in the early years

    Arndt, Sonja Kathrina; Tesar, Marek (2016)
    This article explores quality in early childhood education by de-elevating the importance of the human subject and experience, and heightening instead a focus on and tensions with the post- human. The argument traces the ...
  • On the foreigner

    Arndt, Sonja Kathrina (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, 2015)
    Who is ‘the foreigner’? What does it mean, to be a foreigner, and how does foreignness feel, look, or smell? A concrete definition of the foreigner would perhaps belie the very term, so I attempt here to illustrate the ...
  • Otherness ‘without ostracism or levelling’: towards fresh orientations to teacher foreigners in early childhood education

    Arndt, Sonja Kathrina (2015)
    This article attempts to conceptualise the notion of the foreigner in relation to immigrant early childhood teachers. Sparked by Kristeva’s challenge, to live with and as others without ostracism or levelling, it highlights ...