1st ed. - New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
- xiv, 226 p. ; 22 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Foreword-- S.Aronowitz Introduction-- S.Macrine Dialogue with Ira Shor-- S.Macrne The Attack on Higher Education and the Necessity of Critical Pedagogy-- H.Giroux Teaching as Possibility: A Light in Dark Times-- M.Greene Imagining Justice in a Culture of Terror: Pedagogy, Politics, and Dissent-- A.Darder Critical Pedagogy and Politics of Class Struggle-- P.McLaren & N.E.Jaramillo Re-imaging Freire Beyond Methods-- D.Macedo Critical Pedagogy/Socialist Ed. in Britain-- D.Hill Corporatization of Education-- K.J.Saltman Toward a Critical Pedagogy of the Global-- N.De Lissovoy A Critical Pedagogy of Hope in Times of Despair-- R.Farahmandpur Afterword-- G.Fischman.
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- Publisher's Summary:
This book brings together some of the most important figures in the evolution of Critical Pedagogy to provide comprehensive analyses of issues related to the struggle against the forces of neoliberalism and the imperial-induced privatization, not just in education, but in all of social life through the radical democratizing forces of critical pedagogy.
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- Macrine, Sheila L.
Education, politics, and public life.