Youth Futures: Comparative Research and Transformative Visions

By Jennifer Gidley; Sohail Inayatullah | Go to book overview

ABOUT THE EDITORS
AND CONTRIBUTORS

JENNIFER GIDLEY is an educational psychologist and futures researcher. She has researched and published widely in the youth and education futures fields, most recently co-editing the book The University in Transformation: Global Perspectives on the Futures of the University (Bergin & Garvey, 2000).

SOHAIL INAYATULLAH is visiting professor, Department of Futures Studies, Tamkang University, Taiwan and professor, International Management Centers Association. He is co-editor of the Journal of Futures Studies. Among his books is Macrohistory and Macrohistorians (Praeger, 1997).

BILAL ASLAM is 19 years old and has just finished his advanced levels in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Besides studies his interests are computers and outdoor sports.

PAUL OTTO BRUNSTAD is associate professor at the Norwegian Teacher Academy, School of Religion and Education, Norway. He is also a member of a research group at the Center for the Study of European Civilization at the University of Bergen.

MARCUS BUSSEY is a teacher and musician who has written numerous articles and reviews on futures, futures education, holistic education, neohumanist education, artistic practice, culture, history, Montessori education, and cognitive theory. He is currently senior teacher at Harmony Montessori School, Buderim, Queensland, Australia.

SANDRA BURCHSTED is a former elementary teacher and founder of Prospectiva, a futures-thinking consulting firm in Friendswood, Texas.

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