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Learning to Live (Not Walking in Line)

The history of research and scholarship in education is a record of our efforts to make sense of the world. How ought we to live? What should we learn, embrace, and resist? From antiquity to anarchism, or, from Aristotle to Pink Floyd, we have known that we should never confuse schooling with education. Schools, whether they are traditional, progressive, colonial, or transgressive, have all been instruments of oppression as well as resistance.
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Photographer's affiliation: 
Academic areas: 
Arts and Science
Wall graffiti
Faculty / Researcher
Faculty of Arts and Science
Department of History
Faculty of Education
Mobilizing Creativity and Enabling Cultures
Creative Production and Expression
Securing Successful and Just Societies through Scholarship, Governance and Policy
Location of photograph: 
Wall graffiti in Thessaloniki, Greece
Photographer's name: 
Theodore Christou
Display Photographers Affiltion + Faculty or Department: 
Faculty, Faculty of Education (Cross-appointment, History)