The rise of liberal arts education across Asia and the Middle East is encouraging for its potential to promote critical discourse and an engaged citizenry, and so it is worth reflecting on what the words “liberal arts” actually mean in these contexts. Notions of studying “depth and breadth”, seeking one’s passion when selecting a course of study, or even whether or not to ask questions in a classroom environment are culturally and geographically constructed. And the underlying assumptions that faculty, administrators, government officials, and industry stakeholders often make about liberal arts education require reimagination and adaptation to truly be accessible for all students.
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