The capacity to share : a study of Cuba's international cooperation in educational development
- Hickling-Hudson, Anne.
- New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
- Physical description
- xxii, 294 p. ; 23 cm.
- Palgrave Macmillan's postcolonial studies in education.
LA486 .H54 2012
- Unknown LA486 .H54 2012
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Machine generated contents note:
- PART I: THE GLOBAL EDUCATIONAL CRISIS, INTERNATIONAL AID, AND SOUTH-SOUTH COLLABORATION: THE ROLE OF CUBA * Global Educational Underdevelopment and the Role of Aid--Anne Hickling-Hudson, Jorge Corona Gonzalez, Sabine Lehr * The Solidarity Approach: South-South Cooperation and Cuba's International Role in Health & Education--Anne Hickling-Hudson, Jorge Corona Gonzalez and Sabine Lehr; with Marina Majoli * Cuba's Education System: a foundation for 'the capacity to share'--Elvira Marti; n Sabina, Jorge Corona Gonzalez and Anne Hickling-Hudson * PART II: STUDYING IN CUBA; RETURNING HOME TO WORK * International students in Cuban universities and colleges--Francisco Martinez Perez * The Children of the Isle of Youth: How Ghanaian Students Learned to Cope with "Anything in Life"--Sabine Lehr * Studying in Cuba; returning home to work. The experience of graduates from the English-speaking Caribbean--Anne Hickling-Hudson * Destinations of Africans after study in Cuba: the Namibian Experience--Rosemary Preston * PART III: CUBAN EDUCATORS OVERSEAS * The Cuban Internationalist Mission in Education. The Example of Angola 1976-1991--Christine Hatzky * Educational administration and university management: Cuban collaboration in Latin America--Boris Trista Perez * Cubans teaching overseas--Anne Hickling-Hudson * Cuba's contribution to adult literacy, popular education and peace-building in Timor-Leste--Bob Boughton.
- "The Capacity to Share is a discussion of Cuba's international policies in education. It shows how Cuba shares its educational resources with other countries by helping them with scholarships; school and university teaching; and the development of adult literacy programs and of educational planning. The postcolonial critique underlying the book explores Cuba's role in relation to how the disengagement from colonial legacies in education is taking place in many countries. This kind of critique is useful in discussing the alternatives that become possible with disentanglement from the constraints of colonial histories"-- Provided by publisher.
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- edited by Anne Hickling-Hudson, Jorge Corona González, and Rosemary Preston.
- Postcolonial studies in education