Increasingly, neoliberal regimes across Europe and North America have waged a major assault on critical pedagogy, public pedagogy, and the public spheres in which they take place. For instance, public and higher education are being defunded, turned into accountability factories, and now largely serve as adjuncts of an instrumental logic that mimics the values of the market. But, of course, this is not only true for spaces in which formal schooling takes place, it is also true for those public spheres and cultural apparatuses actively engaged in producing knowledge ...

May 21, 2018

By Nyla Ali Khan


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April 14, 2018

By Henry Giroux

In a conference on the ‘Future of Pakistan 2017,’ held at the London School of Economics (LSE), Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi of Pakistan made a blanket statement explicitly rejecting the idea of an ‘independent Kashmir,’ claiming that there is no support and demand of the sort. For me, a Kashmiri Muslim from the Valley, that is news, which reinforces the status quo, and further reduces my neck of the woods into a battlefield. Well, Prime Minister, we, the people of Kashmir require peace and stability in both India and Pakistan to restore normality in our region.