Author Archives: E Wayne Ross

New Book: Rethinking Social Studies: Critical Pedagogy in Pursuit of Dangerous Citizenship

I’m please to announce the publication of my new book Rethinking Social Studies: Critical Pedagogy in Pursuit of Dangerous Citizenship (Information Age Publishing, 2017). The book is published as a volume in the series: Critical Constructions: Studies on Education and Society, … Continue reading

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The New Teachers’ Roundtable: A Case Study of Collective Resistance

New issue of Critical Education launched: Critical Education Volume 8, Number 4 March 1, 2017 The New Teachers’ Roundtable: A Case Study of Collective Resistance Beth Leah Sondel Abstract The New Teachers’ Roundtable (NTRT) is a democratically run collective of … Continue reading

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Forum: How school funding matters

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Cultural Logic launches new issue #CulturalLogic21

Cultural Logic is a journal of marxism, literature, and radical politics, which has been an open access journal since it was founded in 1997. The new issue, Cultural Logic 21, features the following articles and poetry. Articles Anthony Barnum “Identifying … Continue reading

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Remarks for Book Symposium on Schooling Corporate Citizens

Ron Evans has written an impressive series of books that critically examine school reform in the United States, with a specific emphasis on the impact of those reforms on social studies, civics, and democratic education.  In January 2015, I had … Continue reading

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Vancouver faces stark contrasts between funding for K to 12 and university

Vancouver faces stark contrasts between funding for K to 12 and university Vancouver Observer October 7, 2016 Vancouver, the city of disparities, is faced with polar opposites in its educational system. The contrast between K-12 schools and the university in … Continue reading

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(Un)Learning Anthropocentrism: An Ecocritical Framework for Teaching to Resist Human-Supremacy in Curriculum and Pedagogy

UBC Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy 2016-2017 Seminar Series (Un)Learning Anthropocentrism: An Ecocritical Framework for Teaching to Resist Human-Supremacy in Curriculum and Pedagogy John Lupinacci, PhD Cultural Studies & Social Thought in Education College of Education Washington State University October … Continue reading

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Marx, Engels and the Critique of Academic Labor

MARX, ENGELS AND THE CRITIQUE OF ACADEMIC LABOR Special Issue of Workplace Edited by Karen Lynn Gregory & Joss Winn Articles in Workplace have repeatedly called for increased collective organisation in opposition to a disturbing trajectory in the contemporary university… we suggest that there … Continue reading

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Upcoming Institute for Critical Education Studies seminars

The Institute for Critical Education Studies is please to sponsor two upcoming seminars on curriculum issues in Latin America and Spain. Curricular Discourses with Practical Implications: Perspectives and Experiences From Spain & South America September 22, 2016 11:30am – 1:30pm … Continue reading

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Call for Manuscripts: Radical Departures: Ruminations on the Purposes of Higher Education in Prison

Call for Manuscripts: Critical Education Radical Departures: Ruminations on the Purposes of Higher Education in Prison Series Editors: Erin L. Castro, University of Utah Mary Rachel Gould, Saint Louis University Higher education in prison is experiencing a moment of increased … Continue reading

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