This book describes how neoliberalism as societal philosophy works to limit human potential in our school systems. Analyzing contemporary school reform and control, punishment, and pathologization in schools, this book outlines a theory of emancipation and a process by which pedagogy can build solidarity in classrooms and society more broadly.
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About the Author
Noah De Lissovoy is Associate Professor of Cultural Studies in Education at the University of Texas at Austin, USA.
Table of Contents1. The (Ir)rationality of Austerity 2. The Ideology of Educational Accountability 3. Neoliberalism, Racism and Violation 4. Rethinking Education and Emancipation 5. Coloniality, Capital and Critical Education 6. Epistemology of Emancipation 7. A Pedagogy of Community 8. Conclusion: From Violation to Emancipation