This volume offers a deep interpretation of Edward Said’s literary thought toward the development of educational criticism. It draws from four main themes of Said’s work – knowledge construction and empire, reconstruction of the intellectual, exile, and contrapuntal analysis. These themes provide the central elements of educational criticism within a rapidly changing social condition. Edward Said and Education is a valuable teaching resource for undergraduate and postgraduate students of education studies, postcolonial studies, and ethnic studies.
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