Authors: Ryan Shin (University of Arizona) , Karen Hutzel (The Ohio State University)
Who are we in relationship to other cultures and countries? What issues in art education are potent across the world? How can art educators address issues and teach with a narrative of “being global?” This issue’s theme, Borderless: Global Narratives in Art Education, challenges us to look outward as we reflect inward. When facing global issues and divisions on top of contestation about worldviews and ontological discourses, we are challenged to reflect on our established views about and beyond local or regional history and knowledge. In this volume, art educators share their critical and theoretical explorations and responses as global educators.
How to Cite: Shin, R. & Hutzel, K. (2018) “Editorial – Borderless: Global Narratives in Art Education”, Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education. 35(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.2458/jcrae.4859