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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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(Re)Considering STEM Education: A Special Series in Critical Education

Critical Education Special Series: Call for Papers (Re)Considering STEM Education: A Special Series in Critical Education Series Co-editors: Mark Wolfmeyer, Ph.D., Kutztown University of PA wolfmeyer@kutztown.edu John Lupinacci, Ph.D., Washington State University john.lupinacci@wsu.edu Critical Education provides a space for inquiry into … Continue reading

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Be Realistic Demand the Impossible: A Rejoinder to Peter Seixas [updated with video]

“Be Realistic Demand the Impossible”[1] Rejoinder to Peter Siexas’s Dangerous indeed: A response to E. Wayne Ross’ ‘Courage of hopelessness’ University of British Columbia Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy Seminar Series: Diverse Perspectives on Curriculum & Pedagogy February 26, 2016 … Continue reading

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‘Reclaiming the School as Pedagogic Form’

Institute for Critical Education Studies Faculty of Education University of British Columbia Public Lecture ‘Reclaiming the School as Pedagogic Form’ Dr. Jan Masschelein (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven) May 12, 2015 12:00 – 2:00pm Scarfe 1214 (Education Building, UBC Vancouver)  In my … Continue reading

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Critical Education to publish articles series “The Media and the Neoliberal Privatization of Education”

Forthcoming articles in the current volume of Critical Education will include a special series examining The Media and the Neoliberal Privatization of Education, edited by Derek R. Ford (Syracuse University), Brad Porfilio (California State University, East Bay), and Rebecca Goldstein (Montclair State … Continue reading

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Cultural Logic, Works & Days to co-publish special issues on “Education for Revolution”

The journals Cultural Logic and Works & Days are collaborating to co-publish special issues on “Marxism and Education: International Perspectives on Education for Revolution.” The issue will be published this fall, in print, by Works & Days. Cultural Logic will … Continue reading

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New issue of Critical Education: “Animals on Display: The Zoocurriculum of Museum Exhibits”

Critical Education has just published its latest issue, which includes a new contribution to the CE article series “The Lure of the Animal: Addressing Nonhuman Animals in Educational Theory and Research”. We invite you to review the Table of Contents … Continue reading

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New issue of Critical Education: “The Lure of the Animal: The Theoretical Question of the Nonhuman Animal”

With the current issue (Volume 1, Number 2), Critical Education launches a new series of articles titled “The Lure of the Animal: Addressing Nonhuman Animals in Educational Theory and Research.” The inaugural article is by series editor Abraham P. DeLeon … Continue reading

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