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Disrupting Adult and Community Education
Disrupting Adult and Community Education (June 2016)
Teaching, Learning, and Working in the Periphery
Robert C. Mizzi - Editor
Tonette S. Rocco - Editor
Sue Shore - Editor
John Field - Foreword by

HONORABLE MENTION - 2017 Phillip E. Frandson Award for Literature in the Field of Professional, Continuing, and/or Online Education, presented by the University Professional and Continuing Education Association

Reconceptualizes local, national, and transnational adult education practices in light of neoliberalism and globalization.


This groundbreaking book critiq...(Read More)
 
 
Born Out of Struggle
Born Out of Struggle (April 2016)
Critical Race Theory, School Creation, and the Politics of Interruption
David Omotoso Stovall - Author

Demonstrates how critical race theory can be useful in real-world situations.

Rooted in the initial struggle of community members who staged a successful hunger strike to secure a high school in their Chicago neighborhood, David Omotoso Stovall’s Born Out of Struggle focuses on his first-hand participation in the process to help design the school. Offering important lessons about how to remain accou...(Read More)
 
 
Chinese Philosophy on Teaching and Learning
Chinese Philosophy on Teaching and Learning (April 2016)
Xueji in the Twenty-First Century
Xu Di - Editor
Hunter McEwan - Editor

A translation and discussion of the central Confucian text on education, Xueji (On Teaching and Learning), influential in China from the Han dynasty to the present day.

Written over two and a half millennia ago, the Xueji (On Teaching and Learning) is one of the oldest and most comprehensive works on educational philosophy and teaching methods as well as a consideration of the appropri...(Read More)
 
 
Inventing the Mathematician
Inventing the Mathematician (March 2016)
Gender, Race, and Our Cultural Understanding of Mathematics
Sara N. Hottinger - Author

Considers how our ideas about mathematics shape our individual and cultural relationship to the field.
Where and how do we, as a culture, get our ideas about mathematics and about who can engage with mathematical knowledge? Sara N. Hottinger uses a cultural studies approach to address how our ideas about mathematics shape our individual and cultural relationship to the field. She considers four locations in which representation...(Read More)
 
 
Fabricating an Educational Miracle
Fabricating an Educational Miracle (February 2016)
Compulsory Schooling Meets Ethnic Rural Development in Southwest China
Jinting Wu - Author

2017 AERA Division B Outstanding Book Recognition Award

2017 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award, presented by the Society of Professors of Education
Illustrates the changing significance of what it means to be educated, rural, and ethnic in Southwest China.

In today’s China, education is translated into both acute social desires and...(Read More)
 
 
The Fifth Element
The Fifth Element (February 2016)
Social Justice Pedagogy through Spoken Word Poetry
Crystal Leigh Endsley - Author

Explores spoken word poetry as a tool for social justice, critical feminist pedagogy, and new ways of teaching.

The writing and performance of spoken word poetry can create moments of productive critical engagement. In The Fifth Element, Crystal Leigh Endsley charts her experience of working with a dynamic and diverse group of college students, who are also emerging artists, to explore the connection betw...(Read More)
 
 
Schoolhouse Activists
Schoolhouse Activists (December 2015)
African American Educators and the Long Birmingham Civil Rights Movement
Tondra L. Loder-Jackson - Author

Examines the role of African American educators in the Birmingham civil rights movement.
Schoolhouse Activists examines the role that African American educators played in the Birmingham, Alabama, civil rights movement from the late nineteenth century to the present day. Drawing on multiple perspectives from education, history, and sociology, Tondra L. Loder-Jackson revisits longstanding debates about whether these educator...(Read More)
 
 
Difficult Dialogues about Twenty-First-Century Girls
Difficult Dialogues about Twenty-First-Century Girls (November 2015)
Donna Marie Johnson - Editor
Alice E. Ginsberg - Editor

Introduces new conceptual frameworks for girls’ studies.

Presenting cutting-edge research from transnational scholars and activists, Difficult Dialogues about Twenty-First-Century Girls introduces original methodologies and girl-centered program design to the field of girls’ studies. The editors pair progressive girls’ studies research on topics such as differential privilege, voice, cultu...(Read More)
 
 
Lifelong Learning in Neoliberal Japan
Lifelong Learning in Neoliberal Japan (November 2015)
Risk, Community, and Knowledge
Akihiro Ogawa - Author

Explores the trend of lifelong learning in Japan as a means to deal with risk in a neoliberal era.

Akihiro Ogawa explores Japan’s recent embrace of lifelong learning as a means by which a neoliberal state deals with risk. Lifelong learning has been heavily promoted by Japan’s policymakers, and statistics find one-third of Japanese people engaged in some form of these activities. Activities that increase abilities a...(Read More)
 
 
Listening to Teach
Listening to Teach (November 2015)
Beyond Didactic Pedagogy
Leonard J. Waks - Editor

2016 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award, presented by the Society of Professors of Education

First book to offer a survey of pedagogical listening in conventional and alternative methodologies.


What happens when teachers step back from didactic talk and begin to listen to their students? After decades of neglect, we are currently witnessing ...(Read More)
 
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