Bridging Media Literacy with Green Cultural Citizenship
Advance praise for Greening Media Education
Advance praise for GREENING
“With his new book, Antonio López has established himself as a leading thinker in the emerging field of ecomedia literacy. His book is a must read for anyone concerned about the transformation that must be made in media education if it is contribute to an ecologically sustainable future. His insightful use of an ecological conceptual framework provides the field with the needed sense of direction that moves beyond the misconceptions of the past.”
—Chet Bowers, Author, The False Promises of the Digital Revolution and In the Grip of the Past: Educational Reforms that Address What Should be Changed and What Should be Conserved
“As an activist-scholar working in the ‘strange’ (after Maxine Greene) intersectional curricular spaces of media and ecological literacy, Antonio López has become a crucial leader who is assisting both academics and citizens with the reimagining of sustainability education for a present moment that is now co-constituted by planetary ecocrisis and global media culture. To my mind, Greening Media Education represents his most critically exact, compendious, and powerful research to date on this emergent paradigm of democratic ecopedagogy and politics. This is a necessary and very important work.”
—Richard Kahn, Core Faculty in Education, Antioch University Los Angeles; Author, Critical Pedagogy, Ecoliteracy and Planetary Crisis: The Ecopedagogy Movement
“Greening Media Education draws the best from the media studies cannon and takes on unelected educational powers using a well-calibrated eco-ethical compass. The author’s deep environmental commitments provide a much-needed...
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