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Pedagogy of the Precariat

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by Petar Jandric and Henry A. Giroux Posted here is the final section of the interview. For the whole interview follow the link on the bottom of the page. Towards a pedagogy of the precariat Petar Jandric: As a common … Continue reading




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I Am What I Hate

by Trent M Kays What if we discover that our present way of life is irreconcilable with our vocation to become fully human?—Paulo Freire I had a dream recently. I awoke in my dream, and I walked into my living … Continue reading




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  Defending Educators and Students as Public Intellectuals The growing popularity of neoliberal capitalist narratives coincides with a trend of perceiving and thinking of society  through a strictly economic lens. This myopic narrowing of the social sphere entails a myriad … Continue reading




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Why Teaching People to Think for Themselves Is Repugnant to Religious Zealots and Rick Santorum The popular ideology of privatization is not politically neutral—though its proclaimed neutrality works to disarm the electorate and prevent people from seeing the most pernicious … Continue reading




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Education Reconsidered: Beyond the Death of Critical Education Stanley Aronowitz contests the ways in which schools are now treated as “a training ground” that keeps “kids’ noses to the grindstone.” He argues that the curiosity and critical learning which enable … Continue reading




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