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Benjamin Jonathan Green

Benjamin Jonathan Green
Beijing Language & Culture University

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Benjamin Green, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the College of Teacher Education at Beijing Language & Culture University. His recent works have focused on China HE, US-China relations, educational governance, digital nationalism, critical cosmopolitanism, and Chinese Internationalism as a contested project of alternative modernity.
Additional affiliations
September 2019 - present
China Foreign Affairs University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • I am currently an adjunct faculty member in the department of English and International Relations. I lecture on IR theory and methodology, and Methodology of academic writing.
September 2019 - April 2020
Beijing Normal University
Position
  • Teaching Felllow
Description
  • I am currently a Teaching Fellow at the Institute of Comparative and International Education, conducting research surrounding the pedagogy of educational leadership within co-taught courses on CE Research Methods and IE Policy Analysis.
December 2017 - present
China Institute of International Studies
Position
  • Editor
Education
January 2011 - June 2012
Monterey Institute of International Studies
Field of study
  • International Policy & Development (Conflict Resolution & Social Justice)
September 2008 - December 2010
California State University, Sacramento
Field of study
  • International Relations

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Publications (25)
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This article addresses the issue of creative labor within the developing philosophical praxis of knowledge socialism. Necessarily, important themes relating to contemporary higher education’s neoliberal political economy of knowledge such as collective intelligence, commons-based-peer-production, and P2P collaboration are discussed. Lastly, the art...
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Digital technics of authoritarianism – media censorship/propaganda, mediated digital commons and social credit scores, etc. – have been used by governments to surveil, repress, and manipulate the behaviours and actions of respective populations. Autocratic states have utilized these technics to promote nationalism within carefully mediated digital...
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An experiment with ‘Twitterizing’ collective academic writing surrounding questions of how multilateralism might be strengthened and upheld to deal with cross-border and global risks to humanity, and the current UN be reformed to reflect a more complex and evolving world system based on a fairer and more representative distribution of power and res...
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The Beijing International Review of Education (BIRE) is proud to announce the introduction of a special post-graduate issue in which the work of early-stage scholars will be showcased alongside contributions from leading scholars in the field of Higher Education (HE). Our expectation is that this mix of scholarly contributions will coalesce into an...
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This collective writing paper brings together writers from Southeast Asia and the Western world to highlight challenges and opportunities for ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and its education in the rising of the Asian Century. The inspiration for this project was started by Michael A. Peters' conception of collective writing and the...
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This article provides a philosophical discussion and critique of the eschatological rise and fall meta-narratives that surround the issue of Western decline and Asian geopolitical preeminence. The authors provide three discrete arguments against ostensibly objective and empirical declinist meta-narratives: China's great power status within the Asia...
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This entry further abstracts creative labor, collective intelligence, and CBPP as the core productive elements of knowledge socialism – a revolutionary philosophy of praxis which functions both within and against the current human capital-based political economy of knowledge.
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In this article we take up the concept of ‘the orders of discourse’ from the Foucault philosophical archive to identify, open up and examine discourses of teacher quality. Our aim is to identity major strands of discourse in the discursive formation of ‘teacher quality’ and to problematize them in line with Foucault’s approach to problematization w...
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This article presents fifteen essays following a prompt on the changing map of international student mobility through three disruptions, namely Brexit, America First and COVID-19. These essays written by postgraduate students at Beijing Normal University were collected during the Spring semester of 2020 and edited by Stephanie Hollings and Zhang Ma...
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Ecological Civilization (EC) represents a constituted effort on the part of China to utilize its developing regional linkages to promote a form of globalization that places the bioeconomy as a foundational core of sustainable global development. This article first outlines how China, through a unique form of state-centric globalization-through-regi...
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COVID-19 is the first truly global pandemic of the 21st century, and while it has claimed thousands of lives, it has also provided our current global risk society with opportunities to inhabit increasingly rare moments of transnational openness and collectivity. However, higher education institutions (HEIs) continue to be guided by hegemonic forces...
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This article presents 15 autoethnographical texts detailing student experiences at Beijing Normal University in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Contributions have been collected over 6 weeks between 15 February and 1 April 2020, edited by Hejia Wang (assisted by Moses Oladele Ogunniran and Yingying Huang), and supervised by Michael Peters. Thro...
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This paper explores relationships between environment and education after the Covid-19 pandemic through the lens of philosophy of education in a new key developed by Michael Peters and the Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA). The paper is collectively written by 15 authors who responded to the question: Who remembers Greta Thunber...
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With its domestic trial-run issuance of DCEP, China's central bank is now at the vanguard of sovereign digital currency. What does this mean for the future of the USD as a keystone currency? With its new state-controlled crypto-backed DCEP, China's continued liberalization has taken a significant step towards its continued goal of Yuan (RMB) libera...
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A critical review of Joshua Gans' "Economics in the Age of Covid-19" - highlighting a malignant political discourse within the US which advocates for the death of the most vulnerable US citizens as a means of preserving the "American way of life".
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In highlighting the need for a revolutionary form of postdigital knowledge cultures within our post-truth global pandemic society, this philosophical treatise furthers the work of Jandric and Peters who call for an alternative rationalization of progress - defined within the inclusive, democratic sociopolitical knowledge economy of knowledge social...
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A short editorial regarding the interplay between the contested concept of Chinese Internationalism, the shifting identities created by international student mobilities, and the paradox of hospitality within International higher education.
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A philosophical foray into the theoretical, ideological, and cultural underpinnings of contemporary Chinese internationalism - as alternative modernity, and its relationship to international higher education.
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This paper is an experiment in collective writing conducted in Autumn 2019 at the Faculty of Education at Beijing Normal University. The experiment involves 12 international masters' students reading the course based on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), their professor Michael Peters, visiting professor Petar Jandrić, and a mix of senior Chinese...
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Las canciones de protesta en América Latina forman un elemento crítico de la cultura. En todo el hemisferio, en toda época, por causas diversas—desde la brutalidad del estado fascista o militar, hasta la violencia procedente de trafico de la droga—la música ha sido una de las formas mas integrales de la expresión política. Incluso mas allá de la po...

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