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Pedagogy, Democracy, and Feminism
Rethinking the Public Sphere
Pedagogy, Democracy, and Feminism
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Adriana Hernandez - Author
SUNY Series, Teacher Empowerment and School Reform
Price: $46.50 
Hardcover - 123 pages
Release Date: February 1997
ISBN10: 0-7914-3169-X
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-3169-6

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Paperback - 123 pages
Release Date: February 1997
ISBN10: 0-7914-3170-3
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-3170-2

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Shows how recent work in feminist theory, poststructuralist thought, and cultural studies addresses the issue of pedagogy, extending the possibility of social transformation into spaces other than the school setting.

"This book brings the First and Third Worlds into contact in important ways, whilst broaching crucial issues of identity, gender, and the social production of power." -- Colin Lankshear, Queensland University of Technology

A variety of educational and broader cultural and political questions are addressed in this book such as: What are educational practices about? Where do "schooling" and "learning" take place? What is critical pedagogy? In posing these questions, the author argues that pedagogy is central to any struggle for democracy and that cultural workers must address with specificity the context in which people translate private concerns into public issues.

Hernandez connects forms of learning, knowledge production, and subjectivity formation to processes of both personal and social transformation. She offers her own experience with the Argentine Mother's Movement as a case study in feminist intellectual alignment with cultural workers.

Adriana Hernandez teaches at the University of Comahue, Argentina.


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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Foreword by Peter L. McLaren and Henry A. Giroux

Preface

Introduction

1. Remapping Pedagogical Boundaries: Critical Pedagogy, Feminism, and a Discourse of Possibility

2. Informing Pedagogical Practices: Democracy and the Language of the Public

3. Inhabiting a Split: Feminism, Counterpublic Spheres, and the Problematic of the Private-Public

4. Re-creating Counterpublic Spheres: The Mothers' Movement in Argentina at the End of the Century

5. Taking Position within Discourse: About Pedagogical and Political Struggles

6. Conclusion

Notes

Bibliography

Index



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