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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 Against Western Civilisation
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'Knowledge is currently being shaped by the tension between two powerful forces. On one hand, we see intense competition within global markets by post-secondary education and research providers, served by corporate academic publishers and data-analytic services such as and Google scholar. On the other hand, universities are being shaped at a local level by political movements of nationalism, white supremacism and protectionism. Transnational solidarities appealed to and produced by these movements are sometimes referred to as ‘the Anglo Sphere’, and its members are charged with the mission of protecting and promoting the values of ‘western civilization’.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Cultural Studies Review vol. 25 no. 2 December 2019 18498264 2019 periodical issue The final issue of Cultural Studies Review. 2019 pg. 311-313
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