“The Future of Higher Education” #3 Knowledge Production as a Public Good: Challenges and Opportunities
|Wednesday, 25 January 2023, 10:00-11:00 am
Zoom Meeting (Register here)
Higher education around the world is experiencing vast changes in its multiple environments as a result of numerous factors, including globalization, shifts in the boundary conditions of truth, the effects of technology, geopolitical uncertainties, and calls for ‘decolonisation’. This seminar series explores the impact of these factors on the future of higher education.
For more information about the “The Future of Higher Education” Dialogue Series, click here.
The seminar will focus on the inequality of human and material resources to generate much-needed knowledge, and on the challenge to rethink cross-disciplinarity for tackling existential risks.
Elisa REIS (Professor of Political Sociology, The Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)
Ahmed BAWA (Tokyo College Professor)
|Tokyo College, The University of Tokyo