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Reading Teach for Arabia in Qatar: Self-Critical University Studies

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1 Vora, Neha, Teach for Arabia: American Universities, Liberalism, and Transnational Qatar (Stanford University Press, 2019).

2 Tuck, Eve and Yang, K. Wayne, “Decolonization is Not a Metaphor,” Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society 1.1 (2012): 1.

3 Vora, 28.

4 See Tuck and Yang, “Decolonization is Not a Metaphor.”

5 De Lissovoy, Noah, “Decolonial Pedagogy and the Ethics of the Global,” Discourse: Studies in the Culutral Politics of Education 31.3 (June 2010): 280.

6 Ibid., 286.

7 Tuck and Yang, “Decolonization is not a metaphor.”

8 Maryam Al-Subaiey, “Qatarization Policy – Implementation Challenges” Brookings Doha Center, 2011

9 Chatman, Elfreda A., "Alienation Theory: Application of a Conceptual Framework to a Study of Information Among Janitors," RQ 29.3 (1990): 355-68.

10 The large influx of expatriate workers in Qatar,has made Qatar nationals just 10% of the population. At Education City, Qataris make up in a class can fluctuate via institution, from between 10 to50% of the student body. Other students are non-citizen long-term residents or international students.

11 De Lissovoy, “Decolonial Pedagogy,” 286.

Reading Teach for Arabia in Qatar: Self-Critical University Studies

  • Sumayya Ahmed (a1)


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