Essays on Exclusion: Our Critical, Collective Journey Toward Equity in Education

Essays on Exclusion: Our Critical, Collective Journey Toward Equity in Education

by Phillip A. Boda (Editor)

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Overview

Based on the premise that narratives hold power and affect how people view themselves and Others, Essays on Exclusionbrings together diverse disciplinary scholars, in education and beyond, to illuminate the promise of understanding how stories about one’s Self, and their juxtaposition to those that are Othered, influence how inclusion/exclusion operate in and outside schools. From philosophers to pre-service teachers, readers of this volume will learn more complex and nuanced perspectives toward exclusion often relegated to the margins, but no less important when pursing equity in various social contexts such as schools. By the end of the book readers will be more familiar with an understanding of equity and exclusion through a holistic view by becoming more attentive to intersectional analyses in their approach toward equity. Coming from a standpoint that exclusion, oppression, and marginalization become instituted as a function of certain positionalities being valued more than others, Essays on Exclusion draws on diverse narratives that are important in understanding how to operationalize equity starting from recognizing people’s positionalities being subjected to exclusion. This volume is appropriate for foundation courses in philosophy, education, or cultural studies, as well as higher level graduate courses focused on urban education and equity more broadly.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781645040187
Publisher: Dio Press Inc
Publication date: 08/05/2019
Series: Critical Pedagogy , #6
Pages: 194
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.41(d)

About the Author

Phillip A. Boda received his Ph.D. from Columbia University and is currently a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Stanford University. He received the Emerging Leader in Education award from Phi Delta Kappa in 2014 and is published in Urban Education, Cultural Studies of Science Education, and Critical Education.

Table of Contents

Preface Bryan Brown

Introduction: Part I Philip A. Boda

Introduction: Part II Felicia Moore Mensah & Phillip A. Boda

Chapter One Adopting Another Point of View on Hope: Intersectional Equity from the Margins Carlos Adams

Chapter Two Excluded From the Beginning: Black, Female, and Born in the Bronx Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz

Chapter Three Exclusion by Design: The Rhetoric and Material Realities That Construct Difference Phllip A. Boda

Chapter Four Why Can’t You See Us: The Visibilization of Blackwomen and Blackqueer Folx Shamari Reid & Cathryn Devereaux

Chapter Five These Violent [Delights] Have Violent Ends: Rising Up, Pushing Back, and the Possibility of Hope Emily A. Nusbaum, Danielle Cowley, David Hernández-Saca, Amy Peterson & Phil Smith

Chapter Six Anti-Black Racism, Heteronormativity, and Exclusion Shameka Powell

Chapter Seven The Outsider Within: Thoughts and Musing on Exclusion as Stranger-Making Debbie Sonu

Chapter Eight Historical Exclusion as an Onus for Inclusion and Home in STEM Reanna S. Roby, Angela Calabrese Barton, Louise Ari, Sharee & Chloe

Chapter Nine Queering Exclusion: A Post-Oppositional Meditation Analouise Keating

Conclusion Remember Our Past, Exploring Future Possibilities Phillip A. Boda

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