Words in the Wilderness: Critical Literacy in the Borderlands
Using the author's intensely personal, reflective, provocative account of his time teaching on an Athabascan Indian Reservation in Alaska, Words in the Wilderness uniquely draws together individual experience and difficult abstract theory to make an educational, inspiring, and thought-provoking work.
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1 How I Came to Be a Bush Teacher
2 Calibans of the Contact Zone Resistance and Marginality in the Borderlands
3 The Bush Teacher as Cultural Imperialist
4 Beyond the Contact Zone Theorizing the Dialogic Classroom
5 Adventures in Cultural Tourism Foxfire and the Fetishization of the Authentic
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