About Publiversity

This blog is created as an attempt to bring together all kinds of people that are occupied with or just interested in the public dimension of higher education. This blog aims to be an open space (as far as webblog can be open) for the accummulation of practices, the expression of thoughts, the sharing of experiences, the production of ideas and all other activities that are related to the public dimension of higher education. Without a clear direction or strict rules about the interaction, the aim is to create a dynamical interface between various contributors. The background and professional title of a contributor can definitely be interesting in the context of a contribution, but it won’t be used to determine the quality or status of the contribution.

The sole assumption that constitutes this blog, is the assumption that Jacotot/Rancière formulated: “all people have equal intelligence”. Everybody has a story to tell or a thought to share that all have some significance in their own way. Please, feel free to contribute, so that we can get this platform running.

For questions, suggestions and offers to become an author on this site or to accumulate papers and other relevant material about alternative conceptualisation of higher education, contact:

Email: stef.langmans AT student.kuleuven.be                                                          Tel: +32 16 32 62 28 or Fax: +32 16 32 59 34


2 responses

30 11 2007

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2 08 2013
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