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NANCYE MCCRARY is associate professor of Education and Chair of the Department of Professional Studies at St. Catharine College. She has published on issues of social justice in Critical Education, Educational Technology Research & Development, Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disabilities, Social Education, and Theory & Research in Social Education, as well as a several book chapters. She is also an instructional designer and visual artist, employing aesthetic mediation and narrative forms of instruction to move learners toward embracing social justice in education.
E. WAYNE ROSS is professor in the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy and co director of the Institute for Critical Education Studies at the University of British Columbia. Prior to joining the UBC faculty in 2004, he was Distinguished University Scholar at the University of Louisville. He has also taught social studies education and curriculum studies at the State University of New York campuses at Albany and Binghamton and was a secondary social studies and day care teacher in North Carolina and Georgia. His most recent books include The Social Studies Curriculum: Purposes, Problems, and Possibilities (4th Edition) and Critical Theories, Radical Pedagogies, and Social Education (with Abraham P. DeLeon). He edits three journals: Critical Education (criticaleducation.org), Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor (workplace-gsc.com), and Cultural Logic (clogic.eserver.org) and is co founder of the Rouge Forum (rougeforum.org). Find him on the web at ewayneross.net and follow him @ewayneross. ← 263 | 264 →
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