Education has a long and complex relationship with the process of globalization. The development of global trade, finance and communications over a period of five centuries also witnessed exchanges in educational ideas, images, practices and personnel. This conference will explore the historical development of education and globalization and it does so during the bicentenary of the abolition of the slave trade in the British Empire. Papers on the role of education in the abolition of the slave trade are particularly welcomed.
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