Education in 'Post Secular' Society
Edited By Philip Wexler and Yotam Hotam
This book is a first result of an ongoing academic collaboration which enriched our lives in recent years intellectually and personally and was accompanied by vibrant discussions, and meaningful collegiality. Philip Wexler would like to thank Heinz Sünker for the invitation to work in Germany, and Lambert Koch, the Rector of the Bergische Universitat, in Wuppertal, for his support. Yotam Hotam would like to thank Adi Efal, Itzhak Benyamini, and Cedric Cohen Skalli for exciting discussions on themes of modernity, secularism, faith and politics.
We gratefully acknowledge the following permissions to reprint:
Taylor & Francis
“On the Teachings of George Grant” by William F. Pinar, published in Critical Studies in Education, 55:1, pp. 8–17 (2014).
“Religion, Education and the Post-secular Child” by Robert A. Davis, published in Critical Studies in Education, 55:1, pp. 18–31 (2014).
“The Case of Palestinian Civil Society in Israel: Islam, Civil Society, and Educational Activism” by Ayman K. Agbaria & Muhanad Mustafa, published in Critical Studies in Education, 55:1, pp. 44–57 (2014).
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