Critical Pedagogy and Global Literature enables a better pedagogical praxis by offering both wide-ranging theoretical explorations and results grounded in experience. Part One of the book focuses on various aspects of critical pedagogy and its importance f.
Robin Goodman, Florida State University, USA Mark Bracher, Kent State University, USA Kenneth Saltman, DePaul University, USA Sophia McClennen, Pennsylvania State University, USA Jeffrey R. Di Leo, University of Houston-Victoria, USA Swaralipi Nandi, Kent State University, USA Jonathan H. X. Lee, San Francisco State University, USA Mary Thi Pham, San Francisco State University, USA Kyle Wanberg, University of California, USA Linda Daley, RMIT University, USA David B. Downing, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA Hella Rose Bloom, University of North Texas, USA Matthew Davis, University of North Texas, USA Jessica Hindman, University of North Texas, USA Elishia Heiden, University of North Texas, USA Tessa Mellas, University of Cincinnati, USA Marnie M. Sullivan, Mercyhurst College, USA
"This brilliant collection of essays not only breathes new life into the field of critical pedagogy, but leaves this reader wanting more." -David Gabbard, Bilingual Education Department, Boise State University, USA