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Peter McLaren, Education, and the Struggle for Liberation (Mustafa Yunus Eryaman)

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Code: 978-1-57273-757-0

Title: Peter McLaren, Education, and the Struggle for Liberation
Editor(s): Mustafa Yunus Eryaman
Publish Date: January 2009
Pages: 264
Format: Paper
This is a new edited volume about the teachings and activism of one of the world's most respected critical educators and activists. It offers a contemporary look at the recent debates within critical pedagogy and serves as an excellent resource for students in educational foundations, social studies education, contemporary issues in education, comparative education, and the philosophy and sociology of education.

Contents: Introduction--Understanding the Critical Pedagogy of Peter McLaren in the Age of Global Capitalism, Mustafa Yunus Eryaman. Interfering with Capitalism's Spell: Peter McLaren's Revolutionary Liminality, Samuel Day Fassbinder. Imagining the Impossible: Revolutionary Critical Pedagogy Against the 21st Century American Imperium, Valerie Scatamburlo-D'Annibale. Critical Pedagogy as a Collective Social Expertise in Higher Education, Juah Suoranta and Olli-Pekka Moisio. Remaking Critical Pedagogy: Peter McLaren's Contribution to a Collective Work, Gregory Martin. The Possibilities of Transformation: Critical Research and Peter McLaren, Brad J. Porfilio. Peter McLaren and the 3 Rs: Reflection, Resistance, and Revolution, David Gabbard. As Usual, the Critics are Always "Right": Political Pedagogues, That Haranguing Horowitz, and the Timely Interventions of Peter McLaren, Andrew Michael Lee. Embodying the Critical Pedagogy of Peter McLaren: The Cultural Expression of Papo de Asis and the Philippine Diaspora, Michael Viola. Radical Education in the Critical Moment: Envisioning a Revolutionary Praxis of Language, Teaching and Race in a Time of War, Arshad Ali. From Interpretive Progressivism to Radical Progressivism in Teacher Education: Teaching as Praxis, Mustafa Yunis Eryaman and Martina Riedler. An Interview with Peter McLaren: Comments on the State of the World-2005, Michael F. Shaughnessy. Afterword, Peter McLaren. Author Index. Subject Index.

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