Towards a Critical Pedagogy of Becoming
Together we would first and foremost like to thank Peter McLaren for the rich body of Marxist critical pedagogy he has painstakingly produced, lived, and advocated for that gave inspiration and valuable insight into Marx, Capital, and Education. However odd it may seem, we must also thank Marx himself for the personal sacrifices he made expending his life’s labor on charting the contours and trajectories of the capitalist mode of production, making pedagogical works like this possible. We are very grateful to Michael Peters and Peter McLaren for including this book in their cutting-edge Peter Lang series, Education and Struggle. Thanks also to Dave Hill, Brad Porfilio, and Colin Jenkins for publishing earlier versions of Chapters 1, 3, 4, and 5 in the Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, The SoJo Journal, and The Hampton Institute. We would like to thank Chris Myers for generously facilitating the publication of this manuscript. Finally, we thank all of the workers helping to produce and distribute this book.
Curry would like to thank his wife, Donna, for her love, support, and feedback through the never-ending research and writing process. He would like to acknowledge his children, Jayne and Logan, for bringing true joy and hope to an otherwise intolerable bourgeois society. Curry would also like to thank his mother, Sally, his Aunt Sue, his sisters, Hannah and Kristen, all of ← xix | xx → his many cousins, nieces, aunts, uncles and family members for his foundation and grounding. A deep thanks...
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