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Title:Roux-volution: from religious studies to human rights in education for diverse cultural, religious and gender contexts
Editor:Du Preez, Petro
Periodical:Journal for the Study of Religion (ISSN 1011-7601)
City of publisher:Pretoria
Publisher:Association for the Study of Religion; Department of Religious Studies. University of Natal
Geographic term:South Africa
religious education
human rights
cultural pluralism
About person:Cornelia Roux
Abstract:This special edition is dedicated to the research of Professor Cornelia Roux. The articles captured are contributions from some of her scholarly friends, nationally and internationally, the doctoral candidates she has delivered over the years, and her postdoctoral fellows. The works reflect the main themes in Roux's research over the years and illustrate the evolution it has undergone, moving from religious studies to human rights in education for diverse cultural, religious and gender contexts. Contributions: Religion, education, intercultural education and human rights: a contribution for Cornelia Roux (Robert Jackson); Pushing the conceptual boundaries in researching religion in education in diversity: a critical appraisal of Cornelia Roux's work (René Ferguson); The paradigms of contemporary religious education (Liam Gearon); From religious education to worldview education and beyond: the strength of a transformative pedagogical paradigm (Siebren Miedema); From dialogue to trialogue: a sociocultural learning perspective on classroom interaction (Heid Leganger-Krogstad); Mapping the curriculum-making landscape of religion education from a human rights education perspective (Shan Simmonds); 'Why was she born into this white skin?' Curriculum making for remembrance as critical learning in postconflict societies (Petro du Preez); Reflections on gender identity in a safe space for transforming classroom praxis (Janet Jarvis); Different children, equal citizens and a diverse team of teachers: a safe space for unique persons and equal citizens (Ina ter Avest); Religious identity and plurality amongst Australian Catholics: inclusions, exclusions and tensions (Marian de Souza); Moving towards understanding one an-other: Cornelia Roux on religion, culture and human rights (Anne Becker, Annamagriet de Wet & Glynis Parker); African philosophy of education as a response to human rights violations: cultivating 'ubuntu' as a virtue in religious education (Yusef Waghid); 'Homo ethicus': understanding the human nature that underlies human rights and human rights education (Martin Prozesky). [ASC Leiden abstract]