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Re-imagining China

Just back from a visit to the Chinese province of Anhui, Sharon Bell writes about deepening educational relationships and ponders cultural conundrums. I think we all harbour quite well developed, if not always accurate, perceptions of China: – as an ...

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Canada’s higher education potlatch

Many academic colleagues may be unaware but Vancouver, Canada, has just played host to the largest gathering of higher education practitioners in the world, with 8,700 delegates converging on a stunningly beautiful city – a city at this time of ...

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Reality of gender equity

The 2006 Census indicates that two-thirds of the people with doctoral qualifications in Australia are male, writes Sharon Bell Another major conference on Equity in Higher Education is about to be held in Sydney. This is noteworthy on two counts. ...

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