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Volume 2 Number 3 2010, ISSN 1757-7438


Brenda G. Juárez & Cleveland Hayes. Social Justice Is Not Spoken Here: considering the nexus of knowledge, power and the education of future teachers in the United States

Liz Atkins. Opportunity and Aspiration, or the Great Deception? The Case of 14-19 Vocational Education

Habib G. Siam. Me, We: an unconventional, non-linear and sometimes nonsensical journey into the literacy experiences of a wandering mind

Velibor Bobo Kovac & Aslaug Kristiansen. Trusting Trust in the Context of Higher Education: the potential limits of the trust concept

Chris Holligan. Building One-Dimensional Places: death by the power of audit

Robert LeBlanc. Reform, Ideology and the Politics of Waiting for ‘Superman’

Sharif Bey. Teaching and Cultural Domination: re-examining trajectories of traditional African sculpture through critique

Michael F. Watts. Drugs and Drugs Education Policy: what counts as evidence

Henry A. Giroux. Paulo Freire and the Crisis of the Political

Teaching against Islamophobia (Joe L. Kincheloe, Shirley R. Steinberg & Christopher D. Stonebanks, Eds), reviewed by Barry van Driel
Teaching Critical Thinking: practical wisdom (bell hooks), reviewed by Kamila Kaminska
Cultural-historical Perspectives on Teacher Education and Development: learning teaching (Viv Ellis, Anne Edwards & Peter Smagorinsky, Eds), reviewed by Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur

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Friedrich Nietzsche: The Peacock and the Buffalo

Continuum have published ‘The Peacock and the Buffalo’ – the first complete English translation of all 275 poems and aphorisms by Friedrich Nietzsche, presented in a hardback bi-lingual edition.

“This is the first complete English translation of Nietzsche’s poetry. ‘The Peacock and the Buffalo’ presents the first complete English translation of the poetry of the celebrated and hugely influential German thinker, Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900). From his first poems, written at the age of fourteen, to his last extant writings, this definitive bi-lingual edition includes all his 275 poems and aphorisms. Nietzsche’s interest in poetry is no secret, as evidenced in his literary and philosophical masterpiece, ‘Thus Spoke Zarathustra’, not to mention the poetry included in his published philosophical works. This important collection shows that Nietzsche’s commitment to poetry was in fact longstanding and integral to his articulation of the truth and lies of human existence. ‘The Peacock and the Buffalo’ is a must-read for anyone with an interest in German literature or European philosophy.” (The Publishers)

The collection was translated and compiled by James Luchte, who is a Lecturer in European Philosophy at the University of Wales, Lampeter, UK.

Continuum will be celebrating the launch of this book towards the end of the month with a competition through their blog, Twitter and Facebook page

At Continuum: (Projected publication date: 6th May 2010)


Glenn Rikowski

I have written a few articles on Nietzsche myself, see:

Rikowski, G. (1998) Nietzsche’s School? The Roots of Educational Postmodernism, a paper prepared for the Social Justice Seminar, Semester 2, University of Birmingham, School of Education, 24th March, at The Flow of Ideas web site:[a]s%20School

Rikowski, G. (1998) Three Types of Apprenticeship, Three Forms of Mastery: Nietzsche, Marx, Self and Capital, a departmental paper, School of Education, University of Birmingham, 5th June:

Rikowski, G. (2006) What Can Nietzsche Teach Ya? 16th October, Northampton, online at:

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