Understanding Curriculum as Racial Text: Representations of Identity and Difference in Education

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Approaches debates over the cultural character of the curriculum as debates over the American national identity. The 15 essays discuss curriculum politics, race and representation, gender and class, cultural pluralism and ethnicity, multiculturalism, and other topics. Paper edition (unseen), $16.95. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents


1. Introduction
Louis A. Castenell Jr. and Willian F. Pinar


An Opening: Identity and Curriculum Politics

2. Canonical Sins
Peter M. Taubman

Race and Representation

3. Love in the Margins: Notes toward a Curriculum of Marginality in Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man and Toni Morrison's Beloved
Susan Huddleston Edgerton

4. Photographic Images of Blacks in Sexuality Texts
Mariamne H. Whatley

5. 'Til Death Do Us Part: AIDS, Race, and Representation
Brenda G. Hatfield

Gender, Race, Class

6. It's in Our Hands: Breaking the Silence on Gender in African American Studies
Patricia Hill Collins

7. Black Women Heroes: Here's Reality Where's the Fiction?
Jewelle Gomez

8. Working-Class Women's Ways of Knowing: Effects of Gender, Race, and Class
Wendy Luttrell

9. Racism and the Limits of Radical Feminism
Lindsay Murphy and Jonathan Livingstone


Cultural Pluralism and Ethnicity

10. Responding to Cultural Diversity in Our Schools
Roger L. Collins

11. Toward an Understanding of African American Ethnicity
Alma H. Young


12. Multicultural Approaches to Racial Inequality in the United States
Cameron McCarthy

A Critical, Emancipatory Curriculum of Difference

13. The Politics of Race, History, and Curriculum
Joe L. Kincheloe

14. Toward Emancipation in Citizenship Education: The Case of African American Cultural Knowledge
Beverly M. Gordon

Conclusion: Toward a Nonsynchronous Identity

15. Separate Identities, Separate Lives: Diversity in the Curriculum
Peter M. Taubman


Name Index

Subject Index

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