Geographies of education: A journey

@article{Kraftl2021GeographiesOE,
  title={Geographies of education: A journey},
  author={Peter Kraftl and William A. Andrews and Suzanne E. Beech and Giulia Ceresa and Sarah L. Holloway and Vicky Johnson and Catherine White},
  journal={Area},
  year={2021}
}
This paper provides a critical overview of scholarship on the geographies of education. The article explores some of the key roots, linguistic traditions and conceptual underpinnings of what has become a burgeoning and diverse area of scholarship. It emphasises the different subdisciplinary areas to which research on geographies of education has contributed, including work on social reproduction, the relationship between education spaces and their 'outsides', the agency of learners, structural… 
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