Teaching To Transgress

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Routledge, Mar 18, 2014 - Education - 200 pages
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Every one of us has been a student, and most of us are also teachers (and still students) even if that isn't our job title. In this books hooks gives us the best kind of theory -- passionate, clear ... Read full review

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User Review  - alwright1 - LibraryThing

This is my first introduction to bell hooks's writing. It's her work on liberation pedagogy, structured as stand-alone essays. There was plenty of food for thought. Especially useful for me in the health disparities curriculum I help teach to high school students every summer. Read full review

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Contents

Introduction Teaching to Transgress
1 Engaged Pedagogy
2 A Revolution of Values The Promise of Multicultural Change
3 Embracing Change Teaching in a Multicultural World
4 Paulo Freire
5 Theory as Liberatory Practice
6 Essentialism and Experience
7 Holding My Sisters Hand Feminist Solidarity
9 Feminist Scholarship Black Scholars
10 Building a Teaching Community A Dialogue
11 Language Teaching New WorldsNew Words
12 Confronting Class in the Classroom
13 Eros Eroticism and the Pedagogical Process
14 Ecstasy Teaching and Learning Without Limits
Index
Copyright

8 Feminist Thinking In the Classroom Right Now

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