Feminisms And Critical Pedagogy

Author: Carmen Luke
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136642056
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First Published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Feminisms And Critical Pedagogy

Author: Carmen Luke
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136642129
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First Published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Feminisms And Critical Pedagogy

Author: Carmen Luke
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415905343
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First Published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Critical Turn In Education

Author: Isaac Gottesman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317670957
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The Critical Turn in Education traces the historical emergence and development of critical theories in the field of education, from the introduction of Marxist and other radical social theories in the 1960s to the contemporary critical landscape. The book begins by tracing the first waves of critical scholarship in the field through a close, contextual study of the intellectual and political projects of several core figures including, Paulo Freire, Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis, Michael Apple, and Henry Giroux. Later chapters offer a discussion of feminist critiques, the influx of postmodernist and poststructuralist ideas in education, and critical theories of race. While grounded in U.S. scholarship, The Critical Turn in Education contextualizes the development of critical ideas and political projects within a larger international history, and charts the ongoing theoretical debates that seek to explain the relationship between school and society. Today, much of the language of this critical turn has now become commonplace—words such as "hegemony," "ideology," and the term "critical" itself—but by providing a historical analysis, The Critical Turn in Education illuminates the complexity and nuance of these theoretical tools, which offer ways of understanding the intersections between individual identities and structural forces in an attempt to engage and overturn social injustice.

Feminisms And Pedagogies Of Everyday Life

Author: Carmen Luke
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791429655
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Investigates the invisible and/or taken-for-granted places where lessons on gender and identity are translated to girls and women.

Critical Feminism And Critical Education

Author: Jennifer Gale De Saxe
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317310683
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Challenging the current state of public education and teacher preparation, this book argues for a re-imagination of teacher education through a critical feminist and critical education perspective. Offering a rich discussion of the promise and pedagogy of self-reflexivity and testimonio, which emerges from critical feminism, this book brings together theory and practice in critical feminism, critical education, and testimonio to serve as a platform in which to reconceptualize the philosophy of traditional teacher education, arguing that too many programs prepare teachers who often preserve, rather than challenge, the status quo.

Pedagogy Democracy And Feminism

Author: Adriana Hernández
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791431696
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Shows how recent work in feminist theory, poststructuralist thought, and cultural studies addresses the issue of pedagogy, extending the possibility of social transformation into spaces other than the school setting.

Muslim Women Transnational Feminism And The Ethics Of Pedagogy

Author: Lisa K. Taylor
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317683056
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Following a long historical legacy, Muslim women’s lives continue to be represented and circulate widely as a vehicle of intercultural understanding within a context of the "war on terror." Following Edward Said’s thesis that these cultural forms reflect and participate in the power plays of empire, this volume examines the popular and widespread production and reception of Muslim women’s lives and narratives in literature, poetry, cinema, television and popular culture within the politics of a post-9/11 world. This edited collection provides a timely exploration into the pedagogical and ethical possibilities opened up by transnational, feminist, and anti-colonial readings that can work against sensationalized and stereotypical representations of Muslim women. It addresses the gap in contemporary theoretical discourse amongst educators teaching literary and cultural texts by and about Muslim Women, and brings scholars from the fields of education, literary and cultural studies, and Muslim women’s studies to examine the politics and ethics of transnational anti-colonial reading practices and pedagogy. The book features interviews with Muslim women artists and cultural producers who provide engaging reflections on the transformative role of the arts as a form of critical public pedagogy.

Feminist Pedagogy In Higher Education

Author: Tracy Penny Light
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
ISBN: 1771120983
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In this new collection, contributors from a variety of disciplines provide a critical context for the relationship between feminist pedagogy and academic feminism by exploring the complex ways that critical perspectives can be brought into the classroom. This book discusses the processes employed to engage learners by challenging them to ask tough questions and craft complex answers, wrestle with timely problems and posit innovative solutions, and grapple with ethical dilemmas for which they seek just resolutions. Diverse experiences, interests, and perspectives—together with the various teaching and learning styles that participants bring to twenty-first-century universities—necessitate inventive and evolving pedagogical approaches, and these are explored from a critical perspective. The contributors collectively consider the implications of the theory/practice divide, which remains central within academic feminism’s role as both a site of social and gender justice and as a part of the academy, and map out some of the ways in which academic feminism is located within the academy today.

Getting Smart

Author: Patricia Lather
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415903783
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First published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.