Runas. Journal of Education and Culture

Current Issue

Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020)
Published December 18, 2020

RUNAS. Journal of Education and Culture, ISSN 2737-6230, is a refereed academic journal that publishes 2 issues per year (January-July and August-December). Founded in 2020, it seeks to publish articles related to education and culture around the world, in terms of reality verification, since these fields are interrelated as key elements of the development of peoples. We welcome contributions from researchers, academics, and young students with a critical, contextual vision that contributes to the dissemination of the reality of the fields described, mainly in peripheral countries, and their reflection on the alternatives/possibility of liberation.

*"RUNAS" is a word that comes from the Kichwa language of the indigenous peoples of Ecuador, used to refer to human beings.

Announcements

Call For Papers | Dossier 5 | Education and learning experiences from grassroots-community movements in the Global South.


More…

May 19, 2021

CFP Dossier || Issue 4. The legacy of Pierre Bourdieu in education and culture: On the occasion of his 20th anniversary.


More…

January 27, 2021
View All Issues

RUNAS. Journal of Education & Culture, it's a peer-reviewed publication that publishes 2 issues per year. Founded in 2020, seeks to preserve the spirit of Leonidas Proaño, who dedicated his life to working with the indigenous people of the Andean region of Ecuador, devoid of formal education, and therefore of rights that allow them to live in dignity. This journal aims to examine education with a critical, contextual vision that contributes to the dissemination of the reality of this field in peripheral countries and its possibility of liberation.

*"RUNAS" It is a word that comes from the Kichwa language of the indigenous peoples of Ecuador, used to refer to men, human beings.