Baker, Richard; Le Heron, Richard; McEwen, Lindsey
What might geography in 'the universities' look like if geographers seriously confronted the growing dichotomy between research and teaching? This challenge goes to the heart of 'the university' as a site of learning. The authors argue that the globalizing character of higher education gives urgency to re-charting the university as an environment that prioritizes co-learning as the basis for organizing educational activities in geography and potentially beyond discipline boundaries. By...[Show more]
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