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Author Coté, Mark.

Title Utopian Pedagogy : Radical Experiments Against Neoliberal Globalization
Edition Second edition
Published Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2006
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Description 1 online resource (370 pages)
Series Cultural Spaces
Cultural spaces.
Contents Acknowledgments; Introduction: What Is Utopian Pedagogy?; Part I: The Contested University; Introduction; 1 Utopian Thinking in Dangerous Times: Critical Pedagogy and the Project of Educated Hope; 2 Teaching and Tear Gas: The University in the Era of General Intellect; 3 Academic Freedom in the Corporate University; 4 A Revolutionary Learning: Student Resistance/Student Power; 5 Exiled Pedagogy: From the 'Guerrilla' Classroom to the University of Excess; 6 Universities, Intellectuals, and Multitudes; Part II: Rethinking the Intellectual; Introduction
15 An Enigma in the Education System: Simon Fraser University and the Secwepemc Cultural Education Society16 The Subaltern Act! Peasant Struggles and Pedagogy in Pakistan; 17 'Let's Talk': The Pedagogy and Politics of Antiracist Change; 18 Present and Future Education: A Tale of Two Economies; Ne Travaillez Jamais: Parecon or Exodus?; Jobs Are Not the Problem; 19 Academicus Affinitatus: Academic Dissent, Community Education, and Critical U; Contributors
7 From Intellectuals to Cognitarians8 The Diffused Intellectual: Women's Autonomy and the Labour of Reproduction; 9 Conricerca as Political Action; 10 On the Researcher-Militant; Part III: Experiments in Utopian Pedagogy; Introduction; 11 The Making of an Antiracist Cultural Politics in Post-Imperial Britain: The New Beacon Circle; 12 'Before Coming Here, Had You Thought of a Place Like This?': Notes on Ambivalent Pedagogy from the Cybermohalla Experience; 13 Transformative Social Justice Learning: The Legacy of Paulo Freire; 14 Breaking Free: Anarchist Pedagogy
Summary Utopian Pedagogy is a challenge to the developing world order that will stimulate debate in the fields of education and beyond, and encourage the development of socially sustainable alternatives
Notes Print version record
Subject Neo-liberalisme
Form Electronic book
Author Day, Richard J. F.
De Peuter, Greig.
ISBN 1442685093