Marxist, Socialist, and Communist Studies in Education

Marxist, Socialist, and Communist Studies in Education is an international book series that is dedicated to promoting debate about and theoretical inquiry into Marxism, Socialism, and Communism as they intersect with educational theory, research, philosophy, praxis, methodology, and pedagogy. As one of the primary aims of the series is to promote the international movement for communism through a transdisciplinary exchange about Marxism and education, we welcome submissions from scholars working not only within education, bus also in fields such as geography, history, architecture, the arts, sociology, gender studies, cultural studies, political economy, literature, rhetoric and composition, disability studies, and policy. While the series takes an explicit interest in Marxism, Socialism, and Communism—as a philosophy, critique of political economy, and anti-capitalist praxis of becoming—authors need not adhere to any particular political school of Marxist thought.

Editorial Board:
Faith Agostinone Wilson, Aurora University, USA
Grant Banfield, Flinders University, Australia
Dennis Beach, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Polina Chrysochou, Anglia Ruskin University, England
Antonia Darder, Loyola Marymount University, USA
Dave Hill, Anglia Ruskin University, England
Laura Jordan Jaffee, Syracuse University, USA
Ravi Kumar, South Asian University, India
Peter McLaren, Chapman University, USA
Sergio Quiroz Miranda, Instituto McLaren de Pedagogia Critica y Educacion Popular, Mexico
Kostas Skordoulis, University of Athens, Greece
Ahmet Yildiz, Ankara University, Turkey

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