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Strangers in the Land

Pedagogy, Modernity, and Jewish Identity


H. Svi Shapiro

Contents: Shirley Steinberg: Foreword - Arthur Waskow: Preface - Svi Shapiro: Introduction: A life on the Fringes - My Road to Critical Pedagogy - Michael W. Apple: Is that Jewish? History, Politics and Finding One's Way - Haim Dov Beliak: Acts of Memory for Creating a Jewish Identity: Learning to Play Countermelody and Develop the 'Weapons of the Strong' - David Bleich: The Living Text: Literary Pedagogy and Jewish Identity - Linda Bliss: Teaching and Learning in a Multicultural World: Who We Are - Alan A. Block: On Singing the Lord's Song in a Foreign Land - Miriyam Glazer: «...the word in the world, the world in the word, ourselves in the word»: Literature/Jewness/Pedagogy/History - Barry Kanpol: Being Jewish: A Narrative of Cynicism and Joy - Stephen Lerman: Mathematics, Critical Pedagogy and the Jewish Question - David E. Purpel: On Being a Jew and a Boston Braves Fan: Alone and Afraid in a World I Never Made - Mara Sapon-Shevin: A Curriculum of Courage, A Pedagogy of Inclusion: A Jewish Woman Makes Her Way Through Academia - Roger I. Simon: Election, Ambivalence, and the Pedagogy of Jewish Particularity - Alan Weider: Being Jewish, Teaching Social Foundations and Studying Race; Some Reflections - Sherry Shapiro: Yizkor.