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, daughters inherit their mothers’ fears and dreams, and romantic love feels fleeting, if not impossible. Davis (2007) says “Black women’s collective experience is a cultural performance of survival and resistance” (p. 124), and these stories carry a performative impulse that reinforces what it looks like when women are constantly negotiating how to make a way out of no way, or a dollar out of fifteen cents. ← 139 | 140 → Reconceptualizing rural black women’s lived realities urges us to see rural black women’s stories as collective narratives of resilience and social

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Economics. She has published several articles about the impact of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia on the post-Yugoslav states, as well as the reproduction of historical narratives in school textbooks. Her research focuses on the intersection between transitional justice and the politics of memory, the reproduction of memory in the media, and the relationship between legal institutions and social memory. Her most recent publication is “Homecomings from The Hague: Media Coverage of ICTY Defendants after Trial and Punishment”, International

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On Language, Democracy, and Social Justice Praise for On Language, Democracy, and Social Justice “On Language, Democracy, and Social Justice provides a forum for Noam Chomsky to articulate crucial insights, while offering an uplifting narrative describing a concerned individual’s personal correspondence, and then interaction, with Chomsky himself. As such, it’s a useful book that addresses contemporary issues, most notably regarding Haiti, but it’s also a behind-the-scenes description, one of a multitude, of how Chomsky relates to people concerned with

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Possibilities in Practice | 3 → CHAPTER ONE Possibilities IN Practice Introduction and Contextual Background SUMMER MELODY PENNELL AND ASHLEY S. BOYD Social justice evokes images of activism, of protests and marches advocating for marginalized peoples. Social justice in pedagogy and education also connotes working toward equity for all students, thus maintaining the focus on action for the betterment of society. Social justice pedagogy is, like all critical pedagogies, a way of thinking and framing an approach to teaching rather than a set of prescribed

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on Social Justice entitled Narratives of Social Justice Teaching , Miller, Beliveau, DeStigter, Kirkland, and Rice (2008) argue for the role of narrative in the exploration of social justice teaching. The authors place value on a “fourthspace”—where teachers can reflect on pedagogies and practices (p. 1). Just as students need opportunities to reflect on what they are learning, faculty and staff need these opportunities as well. Campuses should provide faculty and staff with ongoing professional development so they are prepared to teach and reinforce social

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of globalisation and social justice in educational contexts mediated by technological communication are pressingly important for all societies. The possibilities for inclusion or exclusion, for opportunity for individuals and communities or the reinforcement of social stratifi cation are both being enacted. This volume provides valuable refl ections on the potential for management of these futures. Alan Tait Professor of Distance Education and Development The Open University, UK Edited by Nataly Tcherepashenets, Globalizing Online: Telecollaboration

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and Across the Urban Landscape 9th–10th Grade Jay M. Shuttleworth and Josef Donnelly Chapter Seventeen: “Couch the Oppression in Resistance”: Teaching Strategies for Social Change Through U.S. History 11th Grade Hillary Parkhouse Chapter Eighteen: “It’s Like We Were Slow-Roasted … But in a Really Good Way”: Embedded Y-PAR in a U.S. History Course 11th Grade Brian Gibbs Chapter Nineteen: Students as Researchers: A Co-teaching Narrative from a Social Justice-Oriented U.S. Government Class 12th Grade Linsay DeMartino and Sara Rusk Notes on Contributors Index

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, school administrators, college students, and pre-service teachers. It will be useful in courses in Latino/a studies in the United States, multicultural studies, race and education studies, social justice in education, race and gender studies, and social foundations in education.

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About the book About the book Unsettling Research investigates what can be learned from the journey of an insider activist researcher seeking social transformations around issues of gender in an isolated rural Australian community. Unique and risky in its undertaking, the research evolves to create a new discourse in qualitative research. A seamless bricolage of autobiography/ethnography, narrative, feminist theory, critical theory, media literacy, critical pedagogy, and social theory, this work takes qualitative research to the next level. It enacts the notion

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toc   Contents   List of Illustrations Acknowledgments Note on the Cover Art: “The Night the Artist Became Activist” A Mixed Media Composition by Cynthia Clabough Introduction Barbara Beyerbach Chapter One: Social Justice Education Through the Arts Barbara Beyerbach Chapter Two: Learning About the Farmworkers and the Landless Rural Workers Movements Through the Arts Tania Ramalho and Leah Russell Chapter Three: Art and Change in the AfroReggae Cultural Group Leah Russell Chapter Four: Media Literacy and Social Justice in a Visual World Jacquelyn S. Kibbey Chapter