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Title Revolution and pedagogy : interdisciplinary and transnational perspectives on educational foundations / edited by E. Thomas Ewing
Edition First edition
Published New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005
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Description 1 online resource (vi, 229 pages)
Contents Shaking the Foundations of Education: An Introduction to Revolution and Pedagogy / E. Thomas Ewing -- Disidentifying Nationalism: Camilo Osias and Filipino Education in the Early Twentieth Century / Roland Sintos Coloma -- Gender Equity as Revolutionary Strategy: Coeducation in Russian and Soviet Schools / E. Thomas Ewing -- The Limits of Pedagogical Revolution: Female Schooling and Women's Roles in Egyptian Educational Discourse, 1922-1952 / Barak A. Salmoni -- Pedagogies and Politics of "Culture": Chiefly Authority, the State, and the Teaching of Cultural Traditions in Ghana / Cati Coe -- Folk Schools, Popular Education, and a Pedagogy of Community Action / William Westerman -- Rite of Passage as a Communal Classroom: The Pedagogical Recycling of Newroz and Nevruz Celebrations in Turkey / Yucel Demirer -- Structures of Revolutionary Pedagogy: Palestinian Political Captives in Israeli Prisons / Esmail Nashif -- Teaching to Hate: The Hindu Right's Pedagogical Program in Contemporary India / Nandini Sundar -- Afterword / Margaret A. Mills
Summary Revolution and Pedagogy explores the tensions between and within the processes of revolutionary pedagogical change and continuity. Focusing on those enacting pedagogical contexts, E. Thomas Ewing's collection provides an innovative and sophisticated exploration of complex directions and forces. These revolutions include the struggle for independence in the Philippines, the Russian revolution that led to communist Soviet Union, the Egyptian campaigns against British colonial authority, the development of Kurdish national identity in the context of Turkey's modernization, radical and reformist educational movements in Western Europe and the Americas, the Palestinian struggle for self-determination, and the contemporary debate over national and religious identity in India. Revolution and Pedagogy examines conventional topics such as school policies and curriculum content, as well as more non-traditional pedagogies such as public celebrations of holidays, participation in international exchange programs, and the incarceration of political activists. The geographically diverse contributors from a wide range of disciplinary approaches produce interdisciplinary and transnational perspectives on education and revolution
Notes "The conference from which this collection of essays derives, Revolution and Pedagogy: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Change, was convened at the Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, April 18-20, 2002"--Acknowledgements
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Critical pedagogy -- Congresses.
Education and state -- Congresses.
Social justice -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Ewing, E. Thomas, 1965-
LC no. 2004058730
ISBN 1403980136