Teaching and Testimony: Rigoberta Menchu and the North American Classroom

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Contains narratives of the experiences of teachers using the testimonial of Rigoberta Menchu, a Guatemalan Indian woman who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1992. Includes background essays on Menchu and the role of her story in political correctness debates.
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Teachers recount their classroom use of the testimonial narrative by Menchu, a Mayan-Quiche of Guatemala and winner of the 1992 Nobel Peace Prize. They tell of the transformative possibilities of integrating previously marginalized voices, and of using her inspiration to wrestle with the immediate difficulties and possibilities of multicultural teaching. The 28 essays cover the controversial figure, teaching the Latin American context, Menchu's relation to white and minority students, testimonial constructions, comparative strategies, and reflective teaching. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

1. Transformative Voices
Allen Carey-Webb

2. Culture Shock and I, Rigoberta Menchú
Stephen Benz

CONTROVERSIAL FIGURE

3. From Peasant to National Symbol
Arturo Arias

4. Why Dinesh D'Souza Has It in for Rigoberta Menchú
Gene H. Bell-Villada

TEACHING THE LATIN AMERICAN CONTEXT

5. Me llamo Rigoberta Menchú: Autoethnography and the Recoding of Citizenship
Mary Louise Pratt

6. Creating a Context for Rigoberta Menchú
Gene H. Bell-Villada

7. The Testimonial of Rigoberta Menchú in a Native Tradition
Luis O. Arata

8. Official Violence and Folk Violence: Approaching I, Rigoberta Menchú from the Perspectives of Folklife and Peace Studies
William Westerman

9. Literature from the Land Between: A High School Unit on Central American Literature
Judith E. Petersen

10. The Testimony of Rigoberta Menchú in the Foreign Language Curriculum
Sharon Ahern Fechter

RIGOBERTA MENCHÚ AND WHITE, MIDDLE-CLASS STUDENTS

11. Writing Their Way to Compassionate Citizenship: Rigoberta Menchú and Activating High School Learners
June Kuzmeskus

12. The Freshman Experience at Willamette University: Teaching and Learning with Rigoberta Menchú
Catherine Ann Collins and Patricia Varas

13. Having to Read a Book about Oppression: Encountering Rigoberta Menchú's Testimony in Boulder, Colorado
Robin Jones

14. Worlding Students
Steve Mathews

15. Passion and Politics: Teaching Rigoberta Menchú's Text as a Feminist
Stacey Schlau

RIGOBERTA MENCHÚ AND MINORITY/NONTRADITIONAL STUDENTS

16. Rigoberta Menchú's Testimony: Empowering ESL Students to Write
David Blot

17. Testimony in a Adolescent Day Treatment Center: Rigoberta Menchú and At-Risk Youth
Angela Wilcox Moroukian

TESTIMONIAL CONSTRUCTIONS

18. Testimonial Dictionary to the Reading of Me llamo rigoberta Menchú y asi me nacio la conciencia: In Search of Our Voice
Rino G. Avellaneda, Ksenija Bilbija, Laura G. Gutierrez, Myriam Osorio, Stacey D. Skar, Angela G. Wasia

19. Rigoberta's Earrings: The Limits of Teaching Testimonio
Tace Hedrick

20. Not Just Plain English: Teaching Critical Reading with I, Rigoberta Menchú
Clyde Moneyhun

21. "This is My Testimony": Rigoberta Menchú in a Class on Oral History
Meri-Jane Rochelson

COMPARATIVE STRATEGIES

22. Rigoberta Menchú's Testimony as Required First-Year Reading
Jonnie G. Guerra and Sharon Ahern Fechter

23. A Window of Opportunity: An Ethics of Reading Third World Autobiography
Janet Varner Gunn

24. Supplementing the Standard Curriculum: Twain's Connecticut Yankee and Menchú's Indian Woman of Guatemala
Geraldine T. Rodriguez

REFLECTIVE TEACHING

25. Bridging the Gap: Modes of Testimony and Teaching Central American Politics
Daniel Goldrich

26. Rigoberta Menchú and Latin American Cultural History: A Professor's Journal
Teresa Longo

27. Training Teachers with Rigoberta Menchú: A Computer Conference
Allen Carey-Webb

28. Rigoberta Menchú's Secret: Culture and Education
John Willinsky

Appendix 1 Teaching Materials for I, Rigoberta Menchú

Appendix 2 Film/Video Resources

Appendix 3 Guatemalan Resources/Activism

Contributors

Bibliography

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