Editors: Iveta Silova, Lehigh University and Noah W. Sobe, Loyola University
Book Review Editor: Kara D. Brown, University of South Carolina
Associate Managing Editors: David Boven, Loyola University Chicago, and Marina Kudasova, Lehigh University
Assistant Editor: Leslie English, M.E. Sharpe
Editorial Assistants: Michael Mead, University of Washington, Olga Mun, Lehigh University, and Michael Russell, Lehigh University
European Education is published in association with the Comparative Education Society in Europe (CESE). It is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to original inquires and dialogue on education across the member states of the Council of Europe. The journal features articles on education in individual member states as well as the impact of European education initiatives globally. The journal especially encourages theoretical and empirical studies, interdisciplinary perspectives, and critical examination of the impact of political, economic, and social forces on education. The journal is published quarterly, with at least one thematic issue per year. Electronic submissions should be emailed to the editors at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Vol. 45 (Spring 2013 - Winter 2013/14)
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Former Editors: Ursula Springer (1969-1971); Raymond Wanner (1972-1979); William Brickman (1979-1986); Susanne Shafer (1986-1997); Hans Lingens (1997-2004); Edward Bodine and Bernhard Streitwieser (2005-2008)
Advisory Board: Karin Amos, Universität Tübingen, Germany; Stephen Carney, Roskilde University, Denmark; Tamas Kozma, University of Debrecen (Hungary); Sverker Lindblad, Goteborg University, Sweden; Cathryn Magno, Southern Connecticut State University; Donatella Palomba, University of Rome, Italy; George Pasias, University of Thessaly, Greece; Elisabeth Regnault, Universite Louis Pasteur-Strasbourg; Michele Schweisfurth, University of Glasgow, UK; Doyle Stevick, University of South Carolina; Elizabeth Sherman Swing, Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia (retired); Leoncio Vega, University of Salamanca, Spain
Table of Contents
Governing in Curriculum and Making People
|Editors' Preface to Special Guest-Edited Issue |
| NOAH W. SOBE AND IVETA SILOVA|| 3|
|Guest Editors' Introduction |
| Engaging in Foucault's Governmentality and Styles of Reasoning |
| KENNETH PETERSSON, THOMAS S. POPKEWITZ, ULF OLSSON, AND JOHN B. KREJSLER|| 4|
|One Kind of Human Being |
| MACOS, the Human Sciences, and Governmentality |
| JOHN P. IVENS|| 16|
|Governing Equality |
| Mathematics for All? |
| JENNIFER D. DIAZ|| 35|
|Examining "The Police" |
| On Inclusion and "Investmentality" in Swedish Schooling |
| MARTIN HARLING|| 51|
|The Arts in Education as Police Technologies |
| Governing the Child's Soul |
| CATARINA SILVA MARTINS|| 67|
|Governmentality and Religion in the Construction of the Argentinean Citizen |
| EZEQUIEL GOMEZ CARIDE|| 85|
|CESE News |
| || 99|
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