Argos aims to circulate writing about topical matters of public and political import that is local, critical and accessible. We believe critical intellectual conversation should be heard here in Aotearoa-New Zealand, not simply published for credit in international fora for more limited and specialised audiences. Of particular interest to us is writing that grounds its concern with the public or political good of place-making in theory or philosophy.

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Sarah Amsler

Sarah Amsler is Reader in Education at the University of Lincoln (UK). She writes on the cultural politics of knowledge and education, teaches the sociology and philosophy of education and critical pedagogies, and is a founding member of the ‘Social Science Centre’ higher education cooperative. She is involved in research projects on transformative cultural practice, popular higher education and pedagogical justice. Her book Educating Radical Democracy is forthcoming.

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Imagining unthinkable spaces

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