Contents: Rebecca A. Goldstein/Andrew R. Beutel: Introduction: Why a Book on «Useful Theory»? What Makes Theory «Useful»?
– Rebecca A. Goldstein: The Perilous Pitfalls of Praxis: Critical Pedagogy as «Regime of Truth» – John Pascarella: The Manufacture
of Intent – Leonisa Ardizzone: Listening to Youth Voices: Activism and Critical Pedagogy – Monica Taylor/Gennifer Otinsky:
What Does Social Justice Have to Do With Us? Sixth Graders and Pre-Service Teachers Inquire Collaboratively – David Lee Keiser/Joelle
Tutela: What Happened to the Street? Seeking Democracy Through Action Research – Juan-Miguel Fernández-Balboa: Dignity and
Democracy in the College Classroom: The Practice of Student Self-Evaluation – Vanessa Domine: «Doing Technology» in the College
Classroom: Media Literacy as Critical Pedagogy – Donna DeGennaro: The Practices and Process of Developing Technology Fluency
Across Boundaries of Race, Gender, Age, and Space – Marisa L. Bier: Inclusion for Democracy: Who’s in My Classroom, and How
Do I Teach Them? – Leah A. Henry-Beauchamp: Disability Culture, Simultaneous Renewal, and Democratic Education – Jacqueline
Mosselson: Refugees and Education in the United States: Developing a Critical Understanding of Bosnian Refugee Experiences
in New York City Schools – Rebecca A. Goldstein: It Is a Conceptual Thing: Learning to Live Critical Pedagogy.