Considering Globalized Christian Supremacy in our Discourse about Higher Education Internationalization
Keywords:Higher education, internationalization, globalization, Christian supremacy, Christian normativity
As a field, we increasingly recognize how the internationalization of higher education globally often means the spread of Westernization, marketization, and neocolonialism. But, where do Christianity and Christian supremacy belong in this discourse? In this piece, I respond to this question and share examples from my research on higher education internationalization in Japan.
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