By John C. Weidman
We're happy to introduce this inaugural quantity within the PSCIE Series-Beyond the Comparative: Advancing thought and Its software to Practice-which expands at the lifestyles paintings of college of Pittsburgh Professor Rolland G. Paulston (1930-2006). well-known as a stalwart within the box of comparative and foreign schooling, Paulston's most generally well-known contribution is in social cartography. He verified that mapping comparative, foreign, and improvement schooling (CIDE) isn't any effortless activity and, looking on the viewpoint of the mapper, there's a number of cartographies to chart. The 35 individuals to this quantity, representing a number senior and junior students from numerous CIDE backgrounds and views, have a good time the existence and paintings of Paulston by way of addressing concerns, views and ways relating to charting the longer term process the sphere. the quantity experiences on new learn in numerous genres in addition to conceptual research. because the identify indicates, authors have been inspired to move "beyond" demonstrated canons of CIDE. the canopy paintings, The CIDE Theoretical Compass, was once conceptualized through the editors and depicts that idea choice and conception new release are an ongoing and demanding approach in comparative, foreign, and improvement schooling (CIDE). the picture was once designed by means of artist Natalie Jacob, which positions the CIDE Theoretical Compass over Rolland G. Paulston's 1993 concentric circle map.
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