Politicizing and humanizing management learning and education with Paulo Freire

Barros, Amon; Bristow, Alexandra; Contu, Alessia; Wanderley, Sergio and Prasad, Ajnesh (2024). Politicizing and humanizing management learning and education with Paulo Freire. Management Learning, 55(1) pp. 3–16.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/13505076231221792

Abstract

Paulo Freire is widely acknowledged as one of the leading 20th-century philosophers of education. Freire’s ideas have been leveraged by scholars across the social sciences, including in the field of organization studies where it has come to inform extant understandings of management learning and education. While such engagements with Freire have enriched many germane discourses in our field, we have yet to excavate the full potential of his writings. This special issue aims to remedy this oversight by illuminating myriad promising trajectories through which scholars in organization studies can return to Freire’s ideas with the intention of enhancing the future of management learning and education.

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