Teaching Peter McLaren, the first volume in the Teaching Contemporary Scholars series, focuses on the work of educational scholars on the left who have made major contributions to the field. In this book, editors Marc Pruyn and Luis M. Huerta-Charles have assembled a notable group of contributors who reflect on, analyze, and critique over two decades’s worth of scholarship produced by Peter McLaren, one of the most influential and widely read leftist scholars working in academia today. Specifically, this book focuses on the nexus of education, critical theory, Marxism, globalization, and struggles for social justice via the work and theorizing of McLaren.
New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2005. XLV, 206 pp., 1 table
Contents: Shirley R. Steinberg: Foreword – Antonia Darder: Preface: Reading Peter McLaren – Marc Pruyn/Luis Huerta-Charles:
Introduction: Teaching Peter McLaren: The Scholar and This Volume – Roberto Bahruth: Peter McLaren: A Scholar’s Scholar –
Alípio Casali/Ana Maria Araújo Freire (Translated by Fernanda Fernandes): Peter McLaren: Creative Dissent – Zeus Leonardo:
Peter McLaren’s Politics and Ethics of Solidarity: Notes on Critical Pedagogy and Radical Education – Alicia de Alba/Marcela
González-Arenas: McLaren: A Paradoxical and Outstanding Intellectual – Pepi Leistyna: Revolutionary Possibilities: Multicultural
Professional Development in Public Schools – Marcia Moraes: Peter McLaren: One Intellectual in Two Realities – Mike Cole:
The «Inevitability of Globalized Capital» Versus the «Ordeal of the Undecidable»: A Marxist Critique – Ramin Farahmandpur:
The Revolutionary Critical Pedagogy of Peter McLaren – Dave Hill: Critical Education for Economic and Social Justice: A Marxist
Analysis and Manifesto – Curry Malott: Karl Marx, Radical Education and Peter McLaren: Implications for the Social Studies.