An in-depth account and model of antiracist professional development for white practicing teachers.
Explores the cultural dimensions of protest and dissent in China, focusing on dramatic forms of bodily, spatial, strategic, and artistic performativity.
Provides firsthand accounts of militant Puerto Rican activists in 1970s New York City.
Argues that the economic system itself is culpable in maintaining our oppressive educational status quo.
Argues for the necessity of a new ethos for middle-class white anti-racism.
Traces the emergence of creative texts focusing on the nineteenth-century slave trade to make sense of the radicalized effects of global capitalism.
Reinvigorates Jürgen Habermas’ early critical theory.
Compelling case studies of groups in Panama, Nicaragua, Mexico, the United States, and Canada using the arts for education, community development, and social movement building.
Explores the impact of globalization and the imperative of social justice for the helping professions in contemporary times.
Considers the past, present, and future of interdisciplinary fields motivated by concerns for social justice.
Investigates the theory and practice of transnational feminist approaches to scholarship and activism.
Advocates applying a spirit of play to everyday life.
This book convincingly demonstrates that racism continues to exist in contemporary American society twenty-five years after the civil rights revolution.