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REVOLUTIONIZING PEDAGOGY

Revolutionizing Pedagogy: Education for Social Justice Within and Beyond Global Neo-Liberalism

Edited by Sheila Macrine, Peter McLaren and Dave Hill

Palgrave Macmillan, Marxism and Education Series, 2010, ISBN: 978-0-239-60799-6

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface: Martha Montero-Sieburth

Introduction: Sheila Macrine, Peter McLaren, and Dave Hill

PART I: FRAMEWORKDS FOR ORGANIZING PEDAGOGY

A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing, or a Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing: Resistance to Educational Reform in Chile: Jill Pinkney Pastrana

Education Rights, Education Policies and Inequality in South Africa: Salim Vally, Enver Motala, and Brian Ramadiro

Taking on the Corporatization of Public Education: What Teacher Education Can Do: Pepi Leistyna

Revolutionizing Critical Pedagogy: The Struggle against the Oppression of Neoliberalism – A Conversation with Peter McLaren: Sebastjan Leban and Peter McLaren

PART II: STRATEGIES FOR PRACTICING CRITICAL PEDAGOGY

Class, Capital and Education in this Neoliberal and Neoconservative Period: Dave Hill

Hijacking Public Schooling: The Epicentre of Neo Radical Centrism: João Paraskeva

Defending Dialectics: Rethinking the Neo-Marxist Turn in Critical Education Theory: Wayne Au

Critical Teaching as the Counter-Hegemony to Neo-liberalism: John Smyth

Empowering Education: Freire, Cynicism and a Pedagogy of Action: Richard Van Heertum

Teachers Matter…Don’t They? Placing Teachers and Their Work in the Global Knowledge Economy: Susan L. Robertson

Afterword: After neoliberalism: Which way capitalism? David Hursh

List of Contributors

Index

Reviews:

“An extraordinary emancipatory work: bravely negotiating the globalized toxic ruins of neo-liberalism. This is a liberatory project that embraces building a more just and democratic social world, transforming the ashes of oppressive pedagogical practices into a universe of critical and creative revolutionary possibility.”–Karen Anijar, Professor Emeritus, Arizona State University

“This volume provides both a much-needed political and economic critique of the dominant neoliberal reforms in the economy and education, and a theoretical and pedagogical path towards a democratic society and schools. I commend the contributors for their intellectual and political courage.”–David Hursh, University of Rochester, and author of High-Stakes Testing and the Decline of Teaching and Learning

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Class in Education

Class in Education

CLASS IN EDUCATION

 

I looked at a copy of Class in Education: Knowledge, pedagogy, subjectivity edited by Deborah Kelsh, Dave Hill and Sheila Macrine yesterday. This is an excellent book in my view, and I urge to buy it and/or get your library to stock it!

Glenn Rikowski

Class in Education: Knowledge, pedagogy, subjectivity

Edited by Deborah Kelsh, Dave Hill and Sheila Macrine

Routledge, London & New York, 2010

ISBN 10: 0-415-45027-6 (hbk); ISBN 10: 0-203-87903-X (ebk)

CONTENTS:

Foreword: E. SAN JUAN JR.

Introduction: SHEILA MACRINE, DAVE HILL AND DEBORAH KELSH

1. Cultureclass – DEBORAH KELSH

2. Hypohumanities – TERESA L. EBERT AND MAS’UD ZAVARZADEH

3. Persistent inequities, obfuscating explanations: reinforcing the lost centrality of class in Indian education debates – RAVI KUMAR

4. Class, “race” and state in post-apartheid education – ENVER MOTALA AND SALIM VALLY

5. Racism and Islamophobia in post 7/7 Britain: Critical Race Theory, (xeno-)racialization, empire and education – a Marxist analysis – MIKE COLE AND ALPESH MAISURIA

6. Marxism, critical realism and class: implications for a socialist pedagogy – GRANT BANFIELD

7. Globalization, class, and the social studies curriculum – E. WAYNE ROSS AND GREG QUEEN

8. Class: the base of all reading – ROBERT FAIVRE

Afterword: the contradictions of class and the praxis of becoming – PETER McLAREN

Further details: http://www.routledge.com/books/Class-in-Education-isbn9780415450270

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