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Learning and Teaching journal

We are pleased to announce that the latest issue of Learning and Teaching has recently been published by Berghahn Journals. This special issue is titled Shaping Student Futures and explores from various perspectives the way student futures at different levels of university education are affected by policy changes. The contributions describe the policy environment and the way university reforms shape student futures by pointing to particular ideal roles and necessitating certain attitudes and practices. However, the articles do not just point out
the implied subject positions of such policies; but they take into account the actual experience and practices of teachers and students.
Please visit the Berghahn website for more information about the journal:
Volume 7, Number 3: Shaping Student Futures
Introduction: Neoliberal turns in higher education
Jakob Krause-Jensen and Christina Garsten
‘A place where open minds meet’: the constraints of alignment and the effects of compulsory teacher training on teaching and learning in higher education
Paulina Mihailova
Neoliberal individualism in Dutch universities: teaching and learning anthropology in an insecure environment
Ellen Bal, Erella Grassiani and Kate Kirk
Making social scientists, or not? Glimpses of the unmentionable in doctoral education
David Mills and Julia Paulson
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