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- PublisherPeter Lang Publishing Inc
- Date of Publication05/03/2008
- GenreThe Arts: General & Reference
- Series TitleCounterpoints
- Series Part/Volume Number321
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- First Published2008
- ImprintPeter Lang Publishing Inc
- Weight400 g
- Width160 mm
- Height230 mm
- Edited byErma Jean Sims,Virginia Lea
- Edition StatementNew edition
- Table Of ContentsContents: Virginia Lea/Erma Jean Sims: Introduction: Undoing Whiteness in the Classroom: Different Origins, Shared Commitment - Catherine Kroll: Imagining Ourselves into Transcultural Spaces: Decentering Whiteness in the Classroom - Ann Berlak: Challenging the Hegemony of Whiteness by Addressing the Adaptive Unconscious - Erma Jean Sims/Virginia Lea: Transforming Whiteness Through Poetry: Engaging the Emotions and Invoking the Spirit - Rosa Furumoto: Future Teachers and Families Explore Humanization Through Chicana/o/Latina/o Children's Literature - Babatunde Lea/Virginia Lea: Polyrhythms as a Metaphor for Culture - Roberta Ahlquist/Marie Milner: The Lessons We Learn from Crash: Using Hollywood Film in the Classroom - Karen McGarry: Destabilizing Whiteness and Challenging the Myth of Canadian Multiculturalism: The Couple in the Cage and Educulturalism - Denise Hughes-Tafen: Black Women's Theater from the Global South and the Interplay of Whiteness and Americanness in an Appalachian Classroom - Eileen C. Cherry-Chandler: Educultural Performance: Embodiment, Self-Reflection, and Ethical Engagement - Judy Helfand: Inviting an Exploration of Visual Art into a Class on American Cultures - Virginia Lea/Erma Jean Sims: Imaging Whiteness Hegemony in the Classroom: Undoing Oppressive Practice and Inspiring Social Justice Activism - Cathy Bao Bean: Figuring the Cultural Shape We're In - Pauline Bullen: Black Woman Educultural Feminist - Carlos Aceves: One is the Sun: Mesoamerican Pedagogy as an Adjunct to Undoing Whiteness in the Classroom - Virginia Lea/Erma Jean Sims: Afterword: Educulturalism in the Service of Social Justice Activism.
- Author BiographyThe Editors: Virginia Lea received her Ph.D. in social and cultural studies in education from the University of California, Berkeley. She sees her research and teaching as a means of developing greater understanding of how whiteness hegemony contributes to global inequities. She lives a commitment to greater socioeconomic, political, and educational equity. Erma Jean Sims received her J.D. in law from the University of California Hastings College of the Law. She uses her classroom as a social justice laboratory, raising the consciousness of pre-service teachers about the complexities of racism and whiteness and empowering them to engage in social justice activism.
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