Questions of authorship in a Higher Education Studies programme connecting international contexts

Dina Zoe Belluigi*

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This paper offers insights into the deliberation process of one particular agent who coordinated the curriculum development process of a Higher Education Studies programme aimed at connecting diverse international contexts. In this paper, she shares four specific ‘questions of authorship’ which she consciously identified as important before the programme’s inception, which she then revisited when engaging stakeholders and collaborators, in her attempts to be responsive to an ethical obligation to the global South. Continually negotiating the politics and problematics of authorship, may be a poignant way to bring to bear that which is de/legitimised in the assessment of content, methods, assessment and contexts chosen for inclusion in such a programme. The presentation is intended as an ‘opening’ to fellow researchers, teachers and students in this field, to consider the significance of such conceptual framing for thinking and practices across borders.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusEarly online date - 2017
EventSRHE Annual Research Conference - Celtic Manor, Wales, Newport, United Kingdom
Duration: 06 Dec 201708 Dec 2017


ConferenceSRHE Annual Research Conference
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom


  • authorship
  • higher education studies
  • international
  • curriculum
  • educational development


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