The Making-and Remaking-of a Multiculturist / Edition 1

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780807742518
  • Publisher: Teachers College Press
  • Publication date: 9/19/2002
  • Series: Multicultural Education Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 6.12 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Series Foreword
Pt. 1 Autobiographical Essays
1 From Latin Americanist to Chicano Studies Advocate 3
2 From Historian to Education Activist 8
3 From Ethnic Studies Chair to Multicultural Education Specialist 13
4 From School Curriculum Critic to Societal Curriculum Analyst 17
5 Connecting Multicultural to Global Education 21
6 Connecting Multicultural to Other Educational Concerns 26
7 Connecting Schools to Media Images 31
8 Diversity and Society: Beyond Celebration to Contemplation 35
9 Diversity and Higher Education: Beyond Activism to Analysis 40
10 Diversity and Boundaries: Beyond Being to Bordering 44
11 Diversity and the Mass Media: Beyond Images to Introspection 48
12 Growing with Grandfatherhood 53
13 Facing the Future 55
Selected Bibliography 59
Pt. 2 Selected Anthology
1 "Northwest from Tumacacori": A Chicano Perspective on the American Revolution Bicentennial 71
2 Teaching the Chicano Experience 80
3 Concepts and Strategies for Multiethnic Education 94
4 The Societal Curriculum: Implications for Multiethnic Education 103
5 Global Perspectives and Multicultural Education 111
6 The Education of Language Minority Students: A Contextual Interaction Model 118
7 Hollywood Interracial Love: Social Taboo as Screen Titillation 129
8 Limits to Pluribus, Limits to Unum: Unity, Diversity, and the Great American Balancing Act 145
9 Building Community from Communities: Diversity and the Future of Higher Education 150
10 Mixed-Race Children: Building Bridges to New Identities 159
11 Pride, Prejudice and Power: The Mass Media as Societal Educator on Diversity 166
12 Holly and Melissa's Multicultural Curriculum 183
13 Searching for Patterns: A Conversation with Carlos Cortes 192
References 199
Index 205
About the Author 215
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