As we approach the third decade of the twenty-first century, a rapidly expanding and transforming global higher education sector is adding significantly to the engagement of increasingly diverse students in increasingly diverse contexts. At the same time, other processes of globalization are bringing together diverse peoples and cultures in unprecedented ways, requiring that our university learning experiences prepare our students to make their ways within a multicultural milieu locally and globally. There are other complex, contested, and in-progress interrelationships between diverse higher education and the movements within globalization (Dodds, 2008; Lindsay & Blanchett, 2011). But it is the two, related, changes – increasingly diverse higher education students in increasingly diverse higher education contexts, and the increasingly diverse world in which those students will engage as graduates, which have prompted this book.
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