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Title Making a spectacle : examining curriculum/pedagogy as recovery from political trauma / edited by Megan Ruby, Michelle Angelo-Rocha, Mark Hickey, Vonzell Agosto.

Publication Info. Charlotte, NC : Information Age Publishing, Inc., [2021]

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Description 1 online resource.
Series Curriculum and Pedagogy Ser.
Curriculum and pedagogy series.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Summary "This book edition offers a collection of scholarship and reflections that goes beyond theoretical conversations. This volume opens the door for a dialog not only by scholars but also by educators, activists, and students who believe in inclusive and equal access to education for all individuals regardless of race, ethnicity, immigration status, gender, sexuality, religion, and other identities. In this volume, the authors examine curriculum and pedagogy as a tool for recovery from political trauma and healing. We used this as an opportunity to confront some of the politically shameful situations affecting educational environments, homes, neighborhoods, enclaves, and regions marked by socioeconomic inequality. We present wide-open questions: How are educators and school leaders learning to interact with one another, students, their families, and community while facing increased mass school shootings, police violence, racial profiling, unequal access to education and basic needs during a pandemic (COVID-19), and other forms of sociopolitical stress influenced by discrimination, institutional racism, and White nationalism? What curricular and pedagogical geographies are educators and students afforded through which to process their emotional responses to ecological or political activities witnessed in schools and their surrounding areas? These chapters and reflections/perspectives represent a diversity of positionalities within critical intersections of power and privilege as they relate to identity, culture, and curriculum and social justice, schools, and society"-- Provided by publisher.
Contents Cover -- Series page -- Making a Spectacle -- Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data -- Contents -- Introduction -- SECTION I: RECOVERY FROM POLITICAL TRAUMA THROUGH RESISTANCE -- CHAPTER 1: Performing Nepantla -- CHAPTER 2: Reflecting Back -- CHAPTER 3: Living Art Out Loud -- CHAPTER 4: Pluribus vs. Unum as Values in Citizenship Education -- SECTION II: ISSUES SURROUNDING AMERICAN GUN VIOLENCE AND ITS NORMALIZATION IN SCHOOLS -- CHAPTER 5: Only a Drill -- CHAPTER 6: Caught in the Political Machine -- CHAPTER 7: so used to trauma, so calm
CHAPTER 8: Grant, Martin, Garner, Rice, and Teaching On -- SECTION III: HEALING POLITICAL TRAUMA THROUGH ART EXPRESSION -- CHAPTER 9: Restorative (Re) Creation(s) -- CHAPTER 10: When the Airborne Toxic Event Broke New Orleans' Levees -- CHAPTER 11: The Critical, Posthumanities as a Lens for Curriculum Theorizing -- SECTION IV: LIVED EXPERIENCES WITH POLITICAL TRAUMA SURVIVORS -- CHAPTER 12: Reflection -- CHAPTER 13: Intentional Caregiving Through Love and CariƱo -- CHAPTER 14: Reflection -- CHAPTER 15: Patrick Stays Silent -- CHAPTER 16: Reflection -- CHAPTER 17: Reflection
SECTION V: POLITICAL AFTERMATH AND CREATING SPACE FOR RECOVERY/HEALING -- CHAPTER 18: Neutrality as Lightning Rod -- CHAPTER 19: Make America Great for Once (MAGFO) -- CHAPTER 20: Renegade Teachers -- CHAPTER 21: Reflection -- CHAPTER 22: "We Are Still Here" -- CHAPTER 23: Society's Gate Keepers -- SECTION VI: MORE THAN A LABEL: EMPOWERMENT IN CREATING SPACE IN HIGHER EDUCATION -- CHAPTER 24: Black Academic Resistance -- CHAPTER 25: A Mirror -- CHAPTER 26: Reflection -- ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
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Subject Education -- Curricula -- United States.
Curriculum change -- Political aspects -- United States.
Educational equalization -- United States.
Critical pedagogy -- United States.
Critical pedagogy.
Curriculum change -- Political aspects.
Education -- Curricula.
Educational equalization.
United States.
Indexed Term Political trauma
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Added Author Ruby, Megan, editor.
Angelo-Rocha, Michelle, editor.
Hickey, Mark, editor.
Agosto, Vonzell, editor.
Other Form: Print version: Making a spectacle Charlotte, NC : Information Age Publishing, Inc., [2020] 9781648022913 (DLC) 2020043839
ISBN 9781648022937 electronic book
1648022936 electronic book
9781648022913 paperback
9781648022920 hardcover