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Framing peace : thinking about & enacting curriculum as "radical hope"

Author: Rahat Naqvi; Hans Smits
Publisher: New York : Pete Lang, [2015]
Series: Complicated conversation, v. 44.
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The language of frames suggests the need to rethink self and other in fostering ethical relationships as a foundation for peaceful existence. As whole and in each of its parts, this book encourages  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rahat Naqvi; Hans Smits
ISBN: 9781433122422 1433122421 9781433122415 1433122413
OCLC Number: 881665519
Description: xiv, 269 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction : framing peace and radical hope : confronting precariousness / Hans Smits and Rahat Naqvi --
Framing peace-by-piece : how to teach peace to a subject that is continually in crisis / Ashley Pullman and Chris Nichols --
Case study : coming up against the world in social studies education : framing peace / Mark Helmsing --
Frames of Ubuntu : (re)framing an ethical education / Dalene Swanson --
Case study : how do we educate so "that the people of this precious earth ... may live"? : rethinking the history curriculum in Zimbabwe / Nathan Moyo and Maropeng Modiba --
Framing peace as tensioned engagement / Diane P. Watt --
Case study : framing Muslims/framing Americans : teaching about Islamophobia and anti-Americanism in peace education / Farouk Mitha --
Curricular spaces of renewal : toward reconciliation / Jennifer A. Tupper --
Case study : framing peace in a multilingual context / Kimberly Meredith --
Between being "acted upon and acting" : an educator's experience in framing peace through restorative justice / Dorothy D. Vaandering --
Case study : exploring humanitarian law : perspectives from educators and youth in Atlantic Canada / Catherine Baillie Abidi --
Framing radical hope with forbidden cities : curriculum, social networks, and a literacy of dreams / Linda Radford and Nicholas Ng-A-Fook --
Case study : aesthetic responses to cultural displacement : using autobiography, poetry, and digital storytelling with refugee boys / Toby Emert --
For the sake of diplomacy : the educational (im)possibility of peace teaching in elementary school / Debbie Sonu --
Case study : the glorification of war : how elementary curriculum frames students' perceptions / Marilyn Cullen-Reavill --
Case study : queries as a frame for peace education in the elementary classroom / Chris Loeffler --
Sexuality and life grievable / Jennifer A. Barnett --
Case study : asking questions and building hope : a proposal for youth civic engagement projects / Shira Eve Epstein --
Does teaching about the "other" in teachers' training really matter? : Jewish and Palestinian students in intercultural educational activity / Dalya Yafa Markovich --
Case study : engaging youth in framing the war : Canadian university students / Farhat Shahzad --
Resilience and hope in the garden : intercropping Aboriginal and western ways of knowing to inquire into science teacher education / Dawn Wiseman, Tracy Onuczko, and Florence Glanfield --
Indigenous epistemologies as embodied learning and knowing / Maria del Carmen Rodriguez de France.
Series Title: Complicated conversation, v. 44.
Other Titles: Framing peace thinking about and enacting curriculum as "radical hope"
Responsibility: edited by Hans Smits and Rahat Naqvi.
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