Globalisation, textbooks and teaching

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The Antipode open site have published a review symposium focusing on Matthew Sparke’s book Introducing Globalization: Ties, Tensions and Uneven Integration. There are four reviews and a response from the author. The reviews are by Stephen Young, Jamey Essex, Farhang Rouhani and me. As this is a textbook the remit was to review the book but to discuss it in relation to broader questions about globalization and pedagogy – the reviews therefore represent a broader discussion of the teaching of globalization and the use of textbooks (my review also touches on the need to defend the space for textbooks to be written).

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