Educating About Social Issues in the 20th and 21st Centuries - Vol 4

Critical Pedagogues and Their Pedagogical Theories

Edited by:
Samuel Totten, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Jon Pedersen, University of South Carolina

A volume in the series: Research in Curriculum and Instruction. Editor(s): Cheryl J. Craig, University of Houston.

Published 2014

This volume is the fourth, and last, volume in the series entitled Educating About Social Issues in the 20th and 21st Centuries: An Annotated Bibliography. Volumes I and Volume 2 focused on (1) the lives and work of notable scholars dedicated to addressing why and how social issues should become an integral component of the public school curriculum, and (2) various topics/approaches vis-à-vis addressing social issues in the classroom. Volume 3 addressed approaches to incorporating social issues into the extant curricula that were not addressed in the first two volumes. This volume, Volume Four, focuses solely on critical pedagogy: both the lives and work of major critical pedagogues and the different strains of critical pedagogy the latter pursued (e.g., critical theory in education, critical feminism in education, critical race theory).

Preface: Reflections on Critical Theory in Education, Ronald Evans. Introduction, Samuel Totten. 1.Critical Theory in Education, Tabitha Dell’Angelo, Gregory Seaton, and Nathaniel Smith. 2.Critical Feminism in Education, Desiree R. Lindbom-Cho, Kirsten T. Edwards, Kenneth J. Fasching-Varner, and Roland W. Mitchell. 3.Critical Race Theory in Education, Laura Quaynor and Timothy Lintner. 4.Pedagogy of Reinvention: Paulo Freire in 20th and 21st Century Education, Gail Russell-Buffalo and Nichole Stanford. 5.Stanley Aronowitz: Reproaching Labor, the Political Left, and the Self-Imposed Limits of Public Education, Shaun Johnson. 6.Ira Shor, Cathy Leogrande. 7.Michael Apple: Neo-Marxist Analyst of Schooling, the Curriculum, and Education Policy, Miguel Zavala. 8.Jean Anyon: Social Theory and Education, Todd Cherner, Rachael Gabriel, & Jessica Nina Lester. 9.Henry Giroux and the “Crisis” of 21st Century Education, Gail Russell-Buffalo. 10.Transformative Praxis: Barry Kanpol and the Quest for a Public Identity, Karen Ragoonaden. 11.Evolving Critical Pedagogy: Contributions from Joe Kincheloe, Todd Cherner, Rachael Gabriel, & Jessica Nina Lester. 12.Peter McLaren: Intellectual Instigator, Lynda Kennedy. 13.bell hooks: Feminist Critique Through Love, Nancy Taber. 14.Kathleen Weiler: A Feminist Scholar/Educator for Change: Gender, Class and Power, Deborah Donahue-Keegan. 15.Christine Sleeter, Sara Carrigan Wooten, Reagan Mitchell, Kenneth Fasching-Varner, and Roland Mitchell. 16.William F. Tate, IV: Mathematics, Critical Race Theory and Social Justice: A Formula for Equitable Access and Opportunity to Learn, Charlene Johnson Carter and Michael Carter. 17.Gloria Ladson-Billings: Race, Voice and Social Justice, Charlene Johnson Carter. 18.The Scholarship of Carlos Alberto Torres: A Dialectic of Critique and Utopia, Christine Brigid Malsbary and Winmar Way. 19.Elizabeth Ellsworth, Kenneth J. Fasching-Varner, Margaret-Mary Sulentic-Dowell, Roland W. Mitchell, and Desiree R. Lindbom-Cho. 20. Gloria Anzaldúa’s Radical Vision for Social and Political Transformation: Breaking Boundaries, Building Bridges, Changing Consciousness, Suniti Sharma. 21. Expanding Notions of Pedagogy: The Works of Carmen Luke, Lisa Edstrom & Rachel Roegman. 22.Patti Lather, Laura A. Valdiviezo and J. Lee O’Donnell.