This book explores and expands upon linkages between multicultural education and critical pedagogy, drawing on the shared goal of challenging oppressive social relationships.
|Publisher:||State University of New York Press|
|Series:||SUNY Series, Teacher Empowerment and School Reform Series|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.06(d)|
About the Author
Christine E. Sleeter is Professor of Teacher Education at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in multicultural education. She is the author of Keepers of the American Dream, editor of Empowerment Through Multicultural Education, and coeditor (with Joseph M. Larkin) of Developing Multicultural Curricula, both published by SUNY Press. She recently won the 1994 Research Award of the National Association for Multicultural Education.
Peter McLaren is Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Education and Information at the University of California, Los Angeles. He is the author of Life in Schools. He is the coeditor (with Henry A. Giroux) of Critical Pedagogy, the State, and Cultural Struggle, (with Colin Lankshear) Critical Literacy: Politics, Praxis, and the Postmodern, (with James Giarelli) Critical Theory and Educational Research, all published by SUNY Press, and (with Colin Lankshear) Paulo Freire: A Critical Encounter. He is also the editor of the Internationalist Department of the International Journal of Educational Reform.
Table of Contents
Foreword: Michael Pavel
Introduction: Exploring Connections to Build a Critical Multiculturalism.
Christine E. Sleeter and Peter L. McLaren
Part I: Context
1. White Terror and Oppositional Agency: Towards a Critical Multiculturalism.
Peter L. McLaren
2. Literacy for Stupidification: The Pedagogy of the Big Lies.
3. White Culture and the Politics of Racial Difference: Implications for Multiculturalism.
4. Critical Multiculturalism and Democratic Schooling: An Interview with Peter L. McLaren and Joe Kincheloe.
Shirley R. Steinberg
Part II: Pedagogy and Theories
5. Mirror Images on Common Issues: Parallels between Multicultural Education and Critical Pedagogy.
6. From Brown Heroes and Holidays to Assimilationist Agendas: Reconsidering the Critiques of Multicultural Education.
7. Multicultural, Critical, Feminine, and Constructive Pedagogies Seen through the Lives of Youth: A Call for the Revisioning of These and Beyond: Toward a Pedagogy for the Next Century.
John Rivera and Mary Poplin
8. The Problem with Origins: Race and the Contrapuntal Nature of the Educational Experience.
9. Postmodernism, the "Politically Correct," and Liberatory Pedagogy.
10. Culture as an Ongoing Dialog: Implications for Multicultural Teacher Education.
11. Whose Voice Is It Anyway?: Vocalizing Multicultural Analysis.
Part III: Pedagogies in Action
12. Buscando America: The Contributions of Critical Latino Educators to the Academic Development and Empowerment of Latino Students in the U.S.
13. An African-centered Pedagogy in Dialog with Liberatory Multiculturalism.
14. Multicultural Education beyond the Classroom.
Evelyn Newman Phillips
15. Cultural Diversity in Higher Education: An American Indian Perspective.
Janine Pease-Windy Boy
16. Reflections on My Use of Multicultural and Critical Pedagogy When Students Are White.
Kris D. Gutierrez
Notes on Contributors.