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Islamic Identity, Postcoloniality, and Educational Policy

Schooling and Ethno-Religious Conflict in the Southern Philippines

Islamic Identity, Postcoloniality, and Educational Policy

Tensions between Muslim communities and state institutions are endemic in many parts of the world. Les mer
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Islamic Identity, Postcoloniality, and Educational Policy

Tensions between Muslim communities and state institutions are endemic in many parts of the world. For decades successive colonial and independent governments in the Philippines have deployed educational policy as a tool to mitigate one such conflict between Muslims and Christians, a conflict which has claimed more than 100,000 lives since the 1970's. Postcolonial Education and Islamic Identity in the Southern Philippines offers a postcolonial critique of this century-long educational project in an effort to understand how educational policy has failed Muslim Filipinos and to seek insight from their experience into the potential and pitfalls of educational responses to ethnic and religious tensions.

Preface The Struggle for Mindanao: Ethno-Religious Identity, National Integrity and Public Education in Post-Colonial Philippines Before the Crescent Moon, the Cross or Uncle Same: Education in Pre-colonial Mindanao Pedagogical Imperialism: The American Education of Muslim Filipinos, 1898-1920 Lifting Up Our Muslim Brothers: Public Education and Muslim Integration in the Philippine State We Sing Here Like Birds in the Wilderness: Educational Alienation and the Rise of Islamic Identity in the Southern Philippines Democratic Education in the Midst of Religious Diversity and Conflict

JEFFREY AYALA MILLIGAN is Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Florida State University, USA. He is the author of Teaching at the Crossroads of Faith and School: The Teacher as Prophetic Pragmatista and more than twenty scholarly journal articles. He is the recipient of a Fulbright Senior Fellowship and a National Academy of Education Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship, both for research on ethno-religious conflict in the southern Philippines.

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