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Like the rest of the world, the Nordic countries have become more heterogeneous than ever before. This means that Nordic educational institutions have increasing diversity in terms of origins, languages, religions/worldviews but also socio-cultural background of the different actors involved (staff, parents and students). It is well known across the world that these countries are based on a common set of fundamental values such as democracy, social justice and inclusion. Yet when it comes to the treatment of diversity, especially in education, many issues remain unresolved.
Many innovative and exciting research projects on diversity are currently thriving in the Nordic countries. This series thus opens up a forum for sharing advances in studies relating to the topic in Nordic education. In addition it seeks to contribute to current global discussions around multiculturalism and interculturalism in education. The series editors welcome single author manuscripts (e.g. dissertations) and edited volumes that provide an original window on the challenges and opportunities of diversity in Nordic education of any level (preschool, primary, secondary, vocational, higher education, adult education, etc.). The authors can adopt diachronic (historical) and/or synchronic approaches to questions of diversity. Comparisons between Nordic education and other parts of the world are also welcome.
Topics (amongst others):
- Access to education on all levels and teacher education programmes;
- Digital technologies use and diversity in education;
- Discourses on diversity in curricula, official documents and textbooks;
- Experiences of diverse teachers, parents and students;
- Nordic languages as second languages, lingua franca use in educational
- Politics of language learning/use in relation to diversity in education;
- Power, justice and equity;
- Representation of diverse teachers and students;
- Researching diversity (methodology);
- School leadership, diversity and school development/reform.
- School – home cooperation.
- Student and academic mobility (short-term);
- Success stories;
- Teachers’ and student teachers’ intercultural competence;
- Teaching about diversity in (teacher) education programmes and professional
- Theoretical discussions regarding concepts and notions relating to diversity
Prior to publication, the quality of the work published in this series is blind reviewed by external referees appointed by the editors. For PhD dissertations please send a copy of the dissertation evaluation.
Submit your publication proposals to the three series editors: Fred Dervin (firstname.lastname@example.org); Lars Anders Kulbrandstad (email@example.com); Hanna Ragnarsdóttir (firstname.lastname@example.org).