Luzia Ferreira Santos

Luzia Ferreira Santos

Research Area Governance in Higher Education and Science
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Luzia Ferreira Santos studied Language Arts at the State University of Santa Cruz (BA), in Brazil. She holds a graduate certificate in Human Rights from Curtin University, in Australia, and has recently graduated from the Erasmus+ GLOBED Master of Education Policies for Global Development/ Social Policy – a joint programme from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, the University of Bremen, and the University of Cyprus. During her master’s programme, she was an intern at the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Porto, where she started research in the field of internationalisation. Her Master’s thesis dealt with Intercultural Dialogue in the context of the Internationalisation of Higher Education. The study focused on students’ interactions and the role of student affairs professionals supporting internationalisation policies in Portuguese universities and polytechnic institutes. Since April 2022, she has been working as a PhD student and research assistant within the INDISTRA project, investigating the impact of digitalisation in the internationalisation strategies of German universities.

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The INDISTRA project in the light of the new geopolitics of higher education.

Ferreira Santos, L. (2022, Juni).
The INDISTRA project in the light of the new geopolitics of higher education. Vortrag im Rahmen des Workshops by Katja Brøgger, Associate Professor, Danish School of Education, auf dem Seminar The New Geopolitics of Higher Education, Aarhus University, Denmark.
Abstract

The resurgence of all sorts of anti-globalization movements has produced huge repercussions in society, and institutions of higher education alike ( (Brøgger, 2021; Brooks, 2022; Habib, 2022; van der Vende, 2021). Knowing that the future of higher education internalization relies strongly on the way countries’ cross-border exchange will evolve (Lee, 2021), my participation in the Course The New geopolitics of Higher Education was aimed at reflecting on the research questions guiding the INDISTRA project (Internationalization and the Digital Transformation) in the light of current geopolitical debates; in particular, how the rise of neo-nationalisms is shaping new discourses and practices in higher education.