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Critical pedagogy and global literature : worldly teaching

Author: Masood A Raja
Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Series: New frontiers in education, culture, and politics.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Critical Pedagogy and Global Literature" enables a better pedagogical praxis by offering both wide-ranging theoretical explorations and results grounded in experience. Part One of the book focuses on various aspects of critical pedagogy and its importance for teaching world literature by offering ten carefully selected chapters written by established and emerging scholars in the fields of critical pedagogy, world  Read more...
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Critical pedagogy and global literature
(DLC) 2013006084
(OCoLC)833145312
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Masood A Raja
ISBN: 9781137319760 1137319763 1137319755 9781137319753 9781349457465 1349457469
OCLC Number: 857418846
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction / Masood Ashraf Raja --
Gender, knowledge, and economy: Greg Mortenson, turning schools into stones / Robin Truth Goodman --
Educating for cosmopolitanism: lessons from cognitive science / Mark Bracher --
Learning to be a psychopath: the pedagogy of the corporation / Kenneth Saltman --
Corporate world literature: neoliberalism and the fate of the humanities / Jeffrey R. Di Leo --
Reading the 'other' in world literature: towards a discourse of unfamiliarity / Swaralipi Nandi --
Pedagogy for healing and justice through Cambodian American literature / Mary Thi Pham and Jonathan H.X. Lee --
A moving pedagogy: teaching global literature through translation / Kyle Wanberg --
'Re-worlding' in Tsitsi Dangaremba' Nervous Conditions / Dr. Linda Daley --
Teaching world systems: how critical pedagogy can frame the global / David B. Downing --
Object lessons: material cultural approaches to teaching global poetry / Hella Rose Bloom --
A gun and a book: teaching Naguib Mahfouz's The Thief and the Dogs in a Time of Revolution and Occupation / Jessica Hindman --
Metaphor in Magical Realism: a gateway out of America and into the world / Tessa Mellas --
Making the familiar unfamiliar: teaching origin myths, material conditions, and the Bible as literature / Hillary Stringer --
Cycles of opportunity: on the Value and efficacy of Native American literature in teaching world literature to Millennials / Marnie M. Sullivan --
The speculation of schoolboys: confronting the academy in Ulysses / Matthew McKenzie Davis --
Reaching for the other in teaching Aleksandar Hemon's 'A Coin' / Zach VandeZande.
Series Title: New frontiers in education, culture, and politics.
Responsibility: edited by Masood Ashraf Raja, Hillary Stringer, and Zach VandeZande.

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In one volume, this edited collection provides both a theoretical and praxis-driven engagement with teaching world literature, focusing on various aspects of critical pedagogy. Included are nine  Read more...

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