Peter Lawrence McLaren

Curriculum Vitae

 

Graduate School of Education & Information Studies

University of California, Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California  90095-1521

Office:  (310) 825-8348

Fax: (310) 206-6293

 

Home: 1310 North Londonderry Place

Los Angeles California 90069

Telephone and Fax: (310) 289-1190

 

                                                                                                                    

 

Professional Experience

2003           Professor (Step 5, in process)

2002           Professor (step 4)

2001           Professor (step 3)

1998            Professor (step 2)

1997            Professor (step 2)

1996            Professor (step 1)

1993            Associate Professor, Graduate School of Education & Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles

1993            Chair, Tenure Committee, Department of Educational Leadership, SEAP, Miami University

1993            Coordinator, Liberal Arts Sequence, Miami University

1992            Director, Center for Education and Cultural Studies, SEAP, Miami University

1990-1993     Renowned Scholar-in-Residence, Miami University

1989            Associate Professor with Tenure, Miami University

1988            Associate Director, Center for Education and Cultural Studies, SEAP, Miami University

1987            Graduate Faculty Level A, Miami University (eligible to chair                   dissertations)

1985            Assistant Professor, Miami University (Initial     Appointment)

1984-85        Special Lecturer in Teacher Education, College of Education, Brock University

1984            Tutorial Assistant in Communications, York University

1975-79        Elementary Classroom Teacher (Grades 2-6)

                       Driftwood Public School

                       Toronto, Ontario (Canada)

1974-75        Substitute Teacher , North York Board of Education

                       Toronto, Ontario (Canada)

1973-74        Senior Public School Teacher (Grades 7-8)

                       Mark II Senior Public School, York County Board of Education

                       Unionville, Ontario

 

 

 

Citizenship

 

United States citizen, Canadian born (naturalized U.S. citizen)

Married, two children

 

Education

 

Ph.D.           Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto.  Educational Theory (Department of Curriculum)

M.Ed.          College of Education, Brock University  (Curriculum Theory)

B.Ed.           Faculty of Education, University of Toronto

B.A.             Waterloo University, English Literature (Elizabethan Drama)

 

Teaching and Advising

 

Courses Taught at Brock University (St. Catharines, Canada)

 

200              Curriculum Theory and Design (N=30) Undergraduate

407              Jr./Int. Language Arts (N=150) Undergraduate

407              Jr./Int. Reading (N=60) Undergraduate

540              Educational Theory (N=25) Graduate

 

 

Courses Taught at Miami University

 

                  Undergraduate

 

EDL 304        Historical, Philosophical, Social and Multicultural Foundations of Education

 

EDL 180        Youth Subculture, Popular Culture and Subjectivity:  Freshman Seminar, Miami University (Honors Program)

 

EDL 180        Advanced Honors Seminar:  Subculture and Resistance in Capitalist Society (Honors Program)

 

                  Graduate

 

EDL 649        Popular Culture and the Curriculum

EDL 647        Current Issues and Problems in Education (formerly EDL 672)

EDL 780.Q     Introduction to Qualitative Research

EDL 639        Curriculum Theory and Program Development

EDL 643        High School Curriculum

EDL 641        Elementary School Curriculum

EDL 750        Advanced Independent Reading

 

 

Courses Taught at University of California, Los Angeles

273 A              The Structure and Dynamics of the Educational System (Core Ph.D.                             seminar)

273B            Education in a Diverse Society (taught at UCLA as core Ph.D. seminar and at UCI as Ed.D. seminar)

447 (273b)    Education and Diverse Cultures, ACTS required doctoral seminar (Ph.D. level)

TEL100         Teacher Certification Course on Cultural Diversity (Masters level)

TEL490A       Instructional Decision Making (Masters level)

TEL491A       Curriculum Decision Making (Masters level)

ACTS223       Curriculum and Aesthetics (Ph.D. level)

ACTS420A     Principles of Curriculum (Ph.D. level)

TEL 491B      (Tracks 2 and 3) Culture and Community (Masters level)

ACTS 209      Seminar on Critical Pedagogy (PhD level)

ACTS 229      Seminar on Malcolm X and Education (PhD level)

ACTS 229     Seminar on Cultural Pedagogy in Postmodern Contexts (PhD level)

ACTS 229     Critical Multiculturalism and Urban Schooling (PhD level)

ED 292           Principles and Practices of Curriculum

ED 229           Pedagogies of Resistance and Globalization: Che Guevara, Paulo             Freire, Zapatismo

ED 229           Pedagogies of Revolution

ED 229           New urban schooling core course on Critical Theory

 RAC              Research apprenticeship course with graduate students

 

 

University of California, Irvine

 

273B        Sociology of Education (joint UCLA and UCI EdD program) Spring, 1997

 

University of California, Davis  and California State University, Fresno

 

Critical Multiculturalism, Ed.D. program, Spring 1998, Spring, 1999, Spring 2000, Spring 2001

 

 

St Thomas University, (Minneapolis, Minnesota)

 

An Introduction to Critical Pedagogy. Doctoral cohort, Program in Critical Pedagogy. June 19-23, 2000.

 

York University (Toronto Canada)

 

2410            Introduction to Communication (N=30) Undergraduate      Social Science Department, 1980

 

Adjunct Professor.  Ph.D. Program.  Summer Institute.  Faculty of Education. Course on Critical Multiculturalism, July-August, 1999.

 

 

The University of Washington (Seattle, Washington)

 

Critical Multiculturalism

(Department of Curriculum and Center for Multicultural Education)

 

The University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada)

 

Critical Theory and Critical Philosophy of Education

Center for the Study of Curriculum, invited as Noted Scholar, 1997 

 

Weekly  and Monthly Seminars as Guest Scholar-in-Residence

 

Weekly seminars taught in faculties of education in Ensenada (Mexico), Mexicali (Mexico),  Xalapa City (Mexico), Hermasillo (Mexico),  UNAM (Mexico City), Tepic, Nayarit ( Mexico), Salvador (Bahia, Brasil), Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil) Rosario (Argentina), UNAM ( ENEP - Aragon, Estado de Mexico), and UNAM (ENEP -Acatlan, Estado de Mexico).

 

Forthcoming Seminar Course

 

Seminario de Educacion Multicultural en Veracruz

Instituto de Investigaciones en Educacion

Universidad Veracruzana

(Summer, 2002)

 

 

Courses Taught for Centro Universidad de Tijuana (Mexico)

 Seminar courses taught at the following institutions:

 

 

Campus Ensenada del Centro Universitario de Tijuana.

Doctorado en Educacion.  (2002)

 

Campus Ensenada del Centro Universitario de Tijuana.

Doctorado en Educacion.  (2001)

 

Campus Culiacan del Centro Universitario de Tijuana.

Doctorado en Educacion.  (2000)

 

Campus Ensenada del Centro Universitario de Tijuana.

Doctorado en Educacion (1999, 2000)

 

Campus Mexicali del Centro Universitario de Tijuana

Doctorado en Educacion (1997, 1998).

 

 

Course Sponsor

 

Critical Pedagogy, Campus Retention Center, UCLA (winter, 2000)

Critical Pedagogy, Campus Retention Center, UCLA  (winter, 1999)

 

 

 

 

Scholarly Achievement

 

Scholarly and Professional Books and Monographs

 

Critical Pedagogy Against Empire: Essays on Liberation and Class Struggle. Forthcoming. Rowman and Littlefield.

 

Red Seminars: Radical Excursions into Educational Theory, Cultural Politics, and Pedagogy. New York: Hampton Press, in press.

 

The Critical Pedagogy Manifesto. Rowman and Littlefield, forthcoming.

 

(with Ramin Farahmandpur) Globalization, Schooling, and the New Imperialism. Rowman and Littlefield, forthcoming.   

 

(with Ramin Farahmandpur) Pedagogia Revolucionaria Na Globalizacao. (translated in Portuguese) DPA: Rio de Janeiro  (2002).

 

A Pedagogia da  Utopia. Santa Cruz do Sul: University of Santa Cruz do Sul (Brasil, 2001)

 

(with Henry Giroux) Kriittinen Pedagogiikka.  (2001). Tampere, Finland: Vastapaino.

 

Red Chalk (booklet). With Mike Cole, Dave Hill, and Glenn Rikowski. London: The Tufnell Press, 2000. 

 

Che Guevara, Paulo Freire, and the Pedagogy of Revolution.  Boulder, CO.: Rowman and Littlefield, 2000.

 

La Pedagogia del Che Guevara   Universidad Pedagogica Nacional, San Luis          Potosi, Mexico, 2001.

 

Pedagogia, poder e identidad  (Spanish).  Homo Sapiens: Argentina, 1999.

 

Utopias Provisorias: As Pedagogias Criticas num cenario pos-colonial. (Portuguese). Editora Vozes (Brasil, 1999). 

 

Revolutionary Multiculturalism: Pedagogies of Dissent for the New Millenium.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1997.

 

Multiculturalismo Critico.  (Portuguese).  Cortez: Brasil,  1997.

 

(with Henry Giroux, Colin Lankshear, and Michael Peters), Counter narratives: Cultural studies and critical pedagogies in postmodern spaces.  New York and London:  Routledge, 1996.

 

Critical pedagogy and predatory culture:  Oppositional politics in a postmodern age.  London and New York:  Routledge, 1995.

 

(with Rhonda Hammer, David Sholle, and Susan Reilly) Rethinking Media Literacy.  New York: Peter Lang, 1994. 

 

Pedagogía crítica, resistencia cultural y la producción del deseo.  Buenos Aires, Argentina:  Institute for Action Research, 1994.

 

Life in Schools (4th edition, revised and updated, 2002)

 

Life in Schools (3rd edition, revised and updated, 1997)

 

Life in schools (2nd edition, revised and updated, 1993)

 

Life in schools:  An introduction to critical pedagogy in the foundations of education.  New York:  Longman, 1989.

 

Schooling as a ritual performance, 3rd edition, New Introduction.  Boulder,CO: Rowman and Littlefield, 1999.

 

Schooling as a ritual performance, 2nd edition, Revised and Updated, London and New York:  Routledge, 1993.

 

Schooling as a ritual performance.  London and New York:  Routledge, 1986.

 

Hacia una pedagogía crítica de la formación de la identidad posmoderna.  Monograph.   Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos, 1993.

 

Pedagogia crítica y postmodernidad.  Universidad Pedagogica Veracruzana y Secretaría de Educación, Xalapa City, Mexico, monograph, August, 1992 (monograph, in Spanish).

 

(with Henry A. Giroux), Sociedad, cultura y escuela (in Spanish) Madrid and Buenos Aires: Mino y Davila Editors.  Originally published by Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 1988

 

Cries from the corridor:  The new suburban ghettos.  Methuen Publications, 1980.  (with a foreword by Laurier LaPierre) (Editor's Choice, Books in Canada).

 

Edited Scholarly Books

 

Co-editor (with Gustavo Fischman and Heinz Sunker and Colin Lankshear). Critical theories, Radical Pedagogies and Global Conflicts. Boulder, Colorado: Rowman and Littlefield, in progress.

 

Co-editor (with Robert Bahruth, Stan Steiner, and Mark Krank). Freirean Pedagogy, Praxis, and Possibilities: Projects for the New Millennium.  (Falmer Press), 2000.  

 

Co-editor (With Carlos Julio Ovando) The Politics of Multiculturalism: Students and Teachers in the Crossfire.  McGraw-Hill, 2000.

 

Co-editor (with Dave Hill, Mike Cole and Glenn Rikowski). Postmodernism in Educational Theory.   The Tufnell Press, 1999.

 

Co-editor (with Dave Hill, Mike Cole and Glenn Rikowski).) Marxism Against Postmodernism in Educational Theory. Lexington Books, 2002.

 

Co-editor (with Moacir Gadotti) Paulo Freire: Poder, Desejo a Memórias da Libertação Porto Alegre. Artes Medicas, 1998.

 

 Postmodernism, postcolonialism and pedagogy.  Albert Park:  Australia, James Nicholas Publishers, 1996.

 

Co-editor (with Barry Kanpol).  Critical multiculturalism.  Westport, CT:  Bergin and Garvey, 1995.

 

Co-editor (with Christine Sleeter).  Multiculturalism education, critical pedagogy and the politics of difference.  Albany, NY:  State University of New York Press, 1995.

 

Co-editor (Jim Giarelli).  Critical theory and educational research.  Albany, NY:  State University of New York Press, 1995.

 

Co-editor (Henry Giroux).  Between borders:  Pedagogy and politics in cultural studies.  London and New York:  Routledge, 1994.

 

Co-editor (with Colin Lankshear).  Politics of liberation:  Paths from Freire.  London and New York:  Routledge, 1994.

 

Co-editor (with Colin Lankshear).  Critical literacy:  Politics, praxis, and the postmodern.  SUNY Press, 1993.

 

Co-editor (with Peter Leonard).  Paulo Freire:  A critical encounter.  London and New York:  Routledge, January 1993.

 

Co-editor (with Henry A. Giroux).  Critical pedagogy, the state, and cultural struggle.  Albany, NY:  State University of New York Press, 1989.

 

Translated Books (not including translated collections of essays)

 

Paulo Freire: Un encontre Critic. (Paulo Freire: A Critical Encounter). Catalan Translation. Centre de Recursos  i Educacio Continua

Editions del CREC, 2002

Noguerra 10, 46800 Xativa

 

 

Politiques d'Alliberament: Sendes de Freire. (Politics of Liberation: Paths from Freire). Catalan Translation. Centre de Recursos  i Educacio Continua

Editions del CREC, 2002

Noguerra 10, 46800 Xativa

 

Che Guevara, Paulo Freire, and the Pedagogy of Revolution. Korean translation, in press; Turkish translation, forthcoming; and Spanish translation, El Che Guevara, Paulo Freire y la Pedagogia de la Revolution. Mexico City: Siglo Veintiuno Editores ( 2001).

 

Life in Schools. Chinese translation (Taiwan), 2003.

 

Multiculturalismo Revolucionario.  Porto Alegre: Artes Medicas. 2000 (Portuguese)

 

Revolutionario multiculturalismo.  Mexico City:  Siglo Veintiuno Editores. 1999 (Spanish)

 

Pedagogia critica y cultura depredadora (Critical Pedagogy and Predatory Culture)  Paidos.  Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Mexico, 1997. (Spanish)

 

A Vida nas escolas (Life in schools).  Foreword by Leonardo Boff.  Porto Alegre: Artes Medicas, 1997.  (Portuguese)

 

La escuela como un performance ritual:  Hacia una economía politica de los símbolos y gestos educativos.(Schooling as a Ritual Performance)  Mexico City:  Siglo veintiuno editores, 1995. (Spanish)

 

La vida en las esuelas:  Una introduccíon a la pedagogia crítica en los fundamentos de la educacíon. (Life in Schools, first edition).   Mexico City:  Siglo veintiuno editores, 1994. (Spanish)  Fourth edition forthcoming. 

 

Rituais Na Escoal:  Em Direção a una economia política de símbolos e gestos na educação. (Schooling as a Ritual Performance).   Petropolis:  Vozes, 1992, (Portuguese)

 

 

Interviews of Peter McLaren in Journals

 

 

Toward a Critical Revolutionary Pedagogy: An Interview with Peter McLaren. St. John's University Humanities Review, volume 2, issue 1, Fall , 2003, pp. 58-77. This interview has been reprinted in two internet journals. See, Axis of Logic and Dissident Voices:

 

http://www.dissidentvoice.org/Articles9/Pozo_McLaren-Interview.htm

and

http://www.axisoflogic.com/artman/publish/article_3801.shtml

 

 

Professing Education  Travelling the Road of Most Resistance: Peter McLaren's Pedagogy of Dissent. Interview by Ken McClelland.  (Society of  Professors of Education), Part One Published Fall, 2003, part two published Winter, 2003. The entire interview (parts one and two) can also be found in Correspondence: 09-2003, no. 0003, Indian Institute of  Marxist Studies (Delhi Chapter).

 

 

(with Juan Munoz, Rosario Ordonez-Jasis, and Patricia Young) The Hidden Curriculum of Domestication: Targetting Faculty of Promise. Urban Review, in press. 

 

 

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"An Interview with Peter McLaren." Forum Critico da Educacao. Vol 1, no. 1 (2002), pp. 67-82.  (Brazil). By Marcia Moraes. An expanded version of this interview was published as, The Path of Dissent: An Interview with Peter McLaren, Journal of Transformative Education, vol. 1, no. 2 (April, 2003), pp. 117-134.  Three responses to this interview by scholars from the U.S., France, and The Netherlands are also published in this issue.

 

 

En la educacion se pretende acabar con el multiculturalismo: McLaren. By Ivan Javier Maldonado y Gina Sotelo, Gaceta: Universidad Veracruzana, Julio-Agosto 2002, Nueva Epoca No. 55-56, pp. 68-69.

 

 

 

Entrevista a Peter McLaren - La Pedagogía del Disidente de Peter McLaren: Práctica Revolucionaria en las entrañas de la Bestia in El Latinoamericano. (ellatinamericano.cjb.net) by Raúl Alberto Álvarez http://www.stormpages.com/marting/entrevismc.htm

 

Si de ofrecer espacios se trata ...

Entrevista a Peter McLaren (Rosario, Argentina)

 http://www.pedagogia.netfirms.com/cuaderno/amclaren.html

 

'Educating for Social Justice and Liberation: An Interview with Peter McLaren.'  By Mashhood Rizvi'. In Z-Net.

http://www.zmag.org/content/showarticle.cfm?SectionID=36&ItemID=2229

 

Peter McLaren: An Interview for Educate! By Mashhood Rizvi. In Educate! A Quarterly on Education & Development. Issue no. 1, vol. No. 2, pp. 19-23.

 

'The Role of Critical Pedagogy in the Globalization Era and the Aftermath of September 11, 2001: Interview with Peter McLaren'. By Lucia Coral Aguirre Munoz.

(El  sentido de la pedagogia critica en la era de la globalizacion despues del 11 de deptiembre de 2001: Entrevista a Peter McLaren).

Revista Electronica de Investigacion Educativa, vol. 3, no. 2, 2001, pp. 1-19. http://redie.ens.uabc.mx/vol3no2/contenido-coral.html

REDIE has been recognized as the best electronic review among 185 others, in the world, in various disciplines.  This interview has been revised and extended in  The School Field: International Journal of Theory and Research in Education, vol. Xii, no. 5/6 (winter, 2001), pp. 109-156; also translated into Spanish in Opciones Pedagogicas, no. 25, 2002, pp. 11-26 (as parts one and two).  A slightly expanded version is published in Multicultural Education. Fall, 2002, volume 10, no. 1, pp. 7-17.

 

Popular Culture and Pedagogy: An Interview with Peter McLaren.  By Dianne Smith. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, vol. 18, no. 2 (Summer, 2002), pp. 59-63.

 

'Capitalism, Critical Pedagogy, and Urban Science Education: An Interview with Peter McLaren.'  By Angela Calabrese Barton. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, vol. 38, no. 8, pp. 847-859.

 

Pedagogy Against Capital. By Glenn Rikowski. In Hobgoblin: The Journal of Marxist Humanism (England), No. 4, Winter 2001-2002, pp. 31-38. (A shortened version was previously published in News & Letters volume 46, no. 4, May 2001, pp. 10-11. ).

 

'Peter McLaren: A Call for a Multicultural Revolution.' Gustavo Fischman Interviews Peter McLaren. Multicultural Education, vol. 6, no. 4, Summer, 1999, pp. 32-34.  Reprinted in Multicultural Education. Ninth Edition. McGraw-Hill. 2002. Also reprinted in In Notes & Abstracts in American International Education. Number 87, Spring, 1999, pp. 3-8.

 

'Rage and Hope: The Revolutionary Pedagogy of Peter McLaren.'  By Mitja Sardoc.  Educational Philosophy and Theory. Vol. 33, No. 3 & 4, August & November 2001. Pp 411-439. Repeated in :

 

Casopis za Kritiko Znanosti ( XXXIX, 2001 (202-203) pages 11-21. (Slovenia)

 

Herramienta (Argentina, in Spanish) http://www.herramienta.com.ar/article.php?sid=23.

 

Filosofia da Educacao. (Brasil, in Portuguese) and http://filosofia.pro.br/textos/furia-esperanca.htm

 

Curriculo sem Fronteiras (US and Portugual) http://www.curriculosemfronteiras.org

 

 

A Radical Educator's Views on the Media: An Interview with Peter McLaren.  By Mashhood Rizvi. Znet. http://www.zmag.org/content/Interviews/maclarenint.cfm

 

Also published in Educate!  A Quarterly on Education and Development, issue no. 4, vol. No. 1, 2002, pp. 66-69.

 

 

 

Scholarly Articles, Essay Reviews,  Reviews and Interviews in Refereed Journals

 

 

 

 

(with Donna Houston). Education and Envirnomental Crisis: Ecosocialist Critical Pedagogies in Theory and Praxis.  In press, Educational Foundations.

 

Peter McLaren and Greg Martin,  The Legend of the Bush Gang

Imperialism, War and Propaganda, Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies, forthcoming

 

 

Peter McLaren and Nathalia Jaramillo, forthcoming

God's Cowboy Warrior: Christianity, Globalization, and the False Prophets of Imperialism (an expanded version of A Moveable Fascism: Fear and Loathing in the Empire of Sand, Cultural Studies and Critical Methodologies.

Published in a book with the Indian Institute of Marxist Studies, New Delhi Chapter) An expanded version is being published in Michael Flynn, editor,

After September 11th: Reflections of War, Violence and Agency, the University of Kentucky Press.

 

 

 

Peter McLaren (UCLA) Gregory Martin (UCLA), Ramin Farahmandpur (Portland State University) and Nathalia Jaramillo (UCLA) Teaching in and against the Empire: Critical Pedagogy as Revolutionary Praxis. Teacher Education Quarterly. In press.

 

 

Peter McLaren and Nathalia Jaramillo.  A Moveable Fascism: Fear and Loathing in the Empire of Sand.   Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies, in press.

 

Valerie Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, Nathalia Jaramillo, Juha Suoranta and Peter McLaren,     'No Carnival Here:  Oppressed Youth and Class Relations in City of God', for a special issue of  Workplace guest edited by Pepi Leistyna on the theme of "Youth as a Category Through Which Class is Lived.  The special issue is scheduled also to appear in book form.

 

 

 

 (with Valerie Scatamburlo-D'Annibale) Operation Human Freedom.. The Hobgoblin: A Journal of Marxist Humanism (London, England), no. 5 (2003), pp. 5-8.   

 

 

Pedagogia Critica en la Epoca de la Resignacion. Barbecho: Revista de Reflexion Socioeducativa. Diciembre-Abril de 2003, no. 2, pp. 8-12.

 

Kritische Padagogik und der Ruckzug der Linken. Herausforderungen fur Eine Revolutionare Padagogik. Das Argument, 246. 44. Jahrgang. Heft 3, 2002, pp. 333-338/.

 

McLaren, P. & De Lissovoy, N. (2002).  Knowing Freire. EDucate Magazine 2(1), 28-30.

 

The Lesson of War. Movement for a Socialist Future. http://www.socialistfuture.org.uk/msf/YourSaywar.htm

 

(with Greg Martin). The 'Big Lie' Machine Devouring America. Socialist Future Review, Summer, 2003, pp. 18-27

 

De Lissovoy, N., & McLaren, P. (In Press). Educational "Accountability" and the

Violence of Capital:  A Marxian Reading. Journal of Education Policy, 18(2),

131-143. Reprinted in Portuguese in Educacao (Revista do Programa de Pos-Graducao em Educacao da Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, no. 11, vol. 6, Julho/Dezembro, 2002, pp. 55-87.

 

 

Critical Pedagogy in the Age of Neoliberal Globalization: Notes from History's Underside. Democracy and Nature, volume 9, no. 1, 2003, pp. 65-90. (Spanish translation forthcoming in Opciones Pedagogicas, Bogota, Colombia). Also coming out in a book, edited by Peter Trifonas.

 

(with Nathalia Jaramillo). Critical Pedagogy as Organizational Praxis: Challenging the Demise of Civil Society in a Time of Permanent War. Educational Foundations (vol. 16, no. 4, Fall, 2002, pp. 5-32) but published in Summer 2003.

 

Responses to Lynne V. Cheney: From Peter McLaren, Taboo, vol. 6, no. 1, Spring-Summer, 2002, pp. 113-115.

 

 

(with Ramin Farahmandpur) The Globalization of Capitalism and the New Imperialism: Notes Towards a Revolutionary Critical Pedagogy. The Review of Education, Pedagogy  & Cultural Studies, vol. 23, no. 3 (2001),  pp. 271-315.

 

Global Media and the Making of a Garrison State. Movement for a Socialist Future (England) vol. 10, no. 2 (2002), pp. 4-7.

 

Marxist Revolutionary Praxis: A Curriculum of Transgression. Journal of Curriculum Inquiry Into Curriculum and Instruction, vol. 3, no. 3 (2002), pp. 36-41.

 

(with Valerie Scatamburlo-D'Annibale) Class Dismissed? Historical Materialism and the Politics of Difference. Educational Philosophy and Theory, (forthcoming 2003). (Reprinted as Adios a la clase? El materialismo historico y la politica de la Œdiferencia', in Herramienta, vol. 20, ano VII, pp. 131-146.)

 

(with Valerie Scatamburlo-D'Annibale) The Strategic Centrality of Class in the Politics of Race and ŒDifference' Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies,  vol. 3. No. 2, pp. 148-175

 

 

The Dialectics of Terrorism: A Marxist Response to September 11. (Part One: Remembering to Forget) Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies, (vol, 2, no. 2,  May, 2002), pp. 169-190.

 

The Dialectics of Terrorism: A Marxist Response to September 11. (Part Two: Unveiling the Past, Evading the Present) Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies (volume 3, no. 1, February, 2003), pp. 103-132. 

 

 

George Bush, Apocalypse Sometime Soon, and the American Imperium. Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies, (vol. 2, no. 3, August, 2002), pp. 327-333. 

 

(with Glenn Rikowski) Pedagogy for Revolution Against Education for Capital: A Dialogue.  Cultural Logic, October, 2001, pp. 1-44. http://eserver.org/clogic/

Specific article: http://eserver.org/clogic/4-1/mclaren%26rikowski.html

 

Critical Pedagogy in the Shadow of Terror. Educate! A Quarterly on Education and Development (Pakistan), issue 2, 2002.

 

Wayward Multiculturalists: A Response to Gregor McLennan. Ethnicities, vol. 1, no. 3 (December), pp. 408-419. With a final response by Gregor McLennan.

 

Mapping Capital's Life Forms: Marx, McMurtry, and the Money Sequence.  (essay review). Interchange, vol. 32, no. 3, 2001, pp. 233-249.

 

Slavoj Zizek's Naked Politics: Opting for the Impossible, A Secondary Elaboration, Journal of Advanced Composition Quarterly, vol. 21, no. 3 (summer), pp. 614-637.  With a response by Slavoj Zizek. Reprinted in   Michael Peters, Colin Lankshear, Mark Olssen (eds.) Futures of Critical Theory: Dreams of Difference. New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2003.

 

(with Noah de Lissovoy). Knowing Freire. Educate! A Quarterly on Education & Development, vol 1, issue 2, pp. 28-30. (Pakistan).

 

(With Kellie Rollstad and Jeff MacSwan) Padagogik und Sprache. Sozialwissenschaftliche Literatur Rundschau 11.41 (2000) pp. 5 - 11.(reprint revised)

 

(with Jill Pinkney-Pastrana). Cuba, Yanquizacion, and the Cult of Elian Gonzales: A View from the ŒEnlightened' States.  International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, in press. A special issue on Cuba, co-edited by Denise Blum and Peter McLaren.  Volume 14, No. 2, March-April 2001. pp. 201-219.

 

(with Ramin Farahmandpur)  Marx After Post-Marxism: Reclaiming Critical Pedagogy for the Left. Working Papers in Cultural Studies No. 25. Department of Comparative American Cultures. Washington State University. Pullman, Washington, 2001.

 

(With Ramin Farahmandpur). Class,  Cultism, and Multiculturalism: A Notebook on Forging a Revolutionary Politics. Multicultural Education. Volume 8, no. 3 (Spring, 2001), pp. 2-14. Reprinted in Multicultural Education, Ninth Edition. Edited by Fred Schultz. McGraw-Hill.

 

 

(With Ramin Farahmandpur) Socialist Dreaming and Socialist Imagination: Revolutionary Citizenship and a Pedagogy of Resistance. Educational Policy. Volume 15, No. 3, July 2001.  pp. 343-378.

 

(With Ramin Farahmandpur). Teaching against Globalization and the New Imperialism Towards a Revolutionary Pedagogy. Journal of Teacher Education, volume 52, no. 2, (March/April 2001), pp 136-150.

 

Corporate Citizenry and the Preferred Teacher. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education. vol 21, no 2, 2000, pp. 231-235.

 

Rethinking the Political Economy of Critical Pedagogy in the Age of Globalization.  Una Miranda Critica a la Educacion. Edited by Alicia Gurdian Fernandez. Editorial de la Universidad de Costa Rica, 2000, pp. 73-117.

 

Che Guevara, Paulo Freire, and the Politics of Hope. Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies. Vol 1, no. 1 (Februrary, 2000, pp. 108-131.

 

 

(with Ramin Farahmandpur). 'Reconsidering Marx in Post-Marxist Times: A Requiem for Postmodernism? Educational Researcher, vol. 29, No. 3 (April, 2000), pp.25-33.  Reprinted in  Reflexoes Para o Tercerio Milenio: Anuario de Educacao 1999/2000, Directora Barbara Freitag.

 

(with Marta Baltodano). 'The Future of Teacher Education and the Politics of Resistance.'  Teaching Education, Vol. 11, No. 1, April 2000, pp.31-44.

 

(with Gustavo Fischman).  'Schooling for Democracy: Toward a Critical Utopianism.' A special issue of Contemporary Sociology, vol, 29, 2000, pp. 168-179.

 

(with Jill-Pinkney-Pastrana)  'The Search for the Complicit Native.'  A special issue of the International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Vol.13, no.2, 2000, pp.163-184.

 

(reprint) Unthinking Whiteness, Rethinking Democracy. Education Policy. Edited by James Marshall and Michael Peters. The International Library of Comparative Public Policy. An Elgar Reference Collection. Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, MA. Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., 2000.

 

 (with Valerie Scatamburlo) Paulo Freire and the Pedagogy of Possibility.  Democracy and Education.  Vol 13, no. 1 (Spring, 1999), pp. 16-17.

 

(with Ramin Farahmandupur).  Critical Multiculturalism and the Globalization of Capital: Some Implications for a Politics of Resistance. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, volume 15, no. 4, Winter 1999, pp. 27-46. 

 

The Pedagogy of Possibility: Reflecting Upon Paulo Freire's Politics of Education.  Educational Researcher, vol. 28, no. 2, 1999, pp. 49-56.

 

(with Ricky Lee Allen) Is democratic schooling possible in an ecology of accountability and outcomes?  [A review of the books Redesigning American Education, by James S. Coleman, Barbara Schneider, Sephen Plank, Kathryn S. Schiller, Roger Shouse, Huayin Wang, and Seh-Ahn Lee and Reading, and Writing, and Justice:  School Reform as if Democracy Matters, by James W. Fraser].  Contemporary Sociology, 28(2), 164-5.1999, pp. 164-165. 

 

 

(with Ramin Farahmandpur) Globalization and Contraband Pedagogy.  Theoria June, 1999, no. 93, pp. 83-115.

 

'Contesting Capital: Critical Pedagogy and Globalism: A Response to Mike Apple.' Current Issues in Comparative Education, vol. 1, no. 2, April 30, 1999.  www.tc.columbia.edu/cice

 

The Struggle for Social Justice: Some Brief Reflections on Multicultural Education in the United States.  Ethnic and Multicultural Issues Round Table, vol. xvi, no. 1, Fall, 1998, pp. 1, 3-18, 19. 

 

Che Guevara, Globalization and Leadership.  International Journal of Leadership in Education, vol. 2, no. 3, 1999, pp. 269-292. 

 

A Response to Spencer Maxcy.  International Journal of Leadership in Education, vol. 2, no. 3, 1999, pp. 301-305.

 

(with Rick Allen and Zeus Leonardo)  The Gift of Si(gh)ted Violence: Towards a Discursive Intervention into the Organization of Capitalism.  Discourse: Theoretical Studies  in Media and Culture vol. 21, no. 2, 1999, pp. 139-162.

 

Beyond Phallogocentrism: Critical Pedagogy and its Capital Sins - A Response to Donna LeCourt.  Strategies: Journal of Theory, Culture and Politics, (Theory in Dialogue Special Issue), no. 11/12, Fall 1998, pp. 34-55.

 

(with Linda Crawford) A Critical Perspective on Culture in the Second Language Classroom. In Culture as the Core: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Culture, Teaching, and Learning in the Second Language Curriculum.  Edited by Dale L. Lange, Carol A. Klee, R. Michael Paige, and Yelena A. Yershova.  The Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition Working Paper Series, # 11, November, 1998, pp. 125-151.

 

(with Gustavo Fischman).  Reclaiming Hope: Teacher Education and Social Justice in the Age of Globalization.  Invited Article for Teacher Education Quarterly.  Special 25th anniversary year (1998, volume 25, no. 4).  Response to the editor, Alan Jones: "Ten Points of Debate in Teacher Education" (Fall, 1998), pp. 125-133. 

 

(lead article) Revolutionary Pedagogy in Post-Revolutionary Times:  Rethinking the Political Economy of Critical Education.   Educational Theory, vol. 48, no. 4, 1998, pp.  431-462.  (this is followed by five national and international responses to my article) Reprinted in  Casopis za Kritiko Znanosti ( XXXIX, 2001 (202-203) pages 23-53. (Slovenia),

 

The Pedagogy of Che Guevara: Critical Pedagogy and Globalization Thirty Years After Che. Cultural Circles, Volume 3, Summer 1998, pp. 28-103.

 

(with Gustavo Fischman, Silvia Serra & Estanislao Antelo) The Specters of Gramsci: Revolutionary Praxis and the Committed Intellectual. Journal of Thought,  Fall 1998,  Volume 33, No. 3. pp. 9-41. Reprinted in Carmel Borg, Joseph Buttigieg, and Peter Mayo, Eds., Gramsci and Education (pp. 147-178). Lanham, Maryland, 2002.

 

 

(with Zeus Leonardo) Dead Poets Society: Deconstructing Surveillance Pedagogy.   Studies in the Literary Imagination.  (Special  issue on "Cultural studies and the pedagogical imagination" edited by Robert Newman) Volume XXXI, No. 1, Spring 1998, pp. 127-147.

 

Review of Critical Ethnography in Educational Research:  A Theoretical and Practical Guide by Phil Francis Carspecken.  Teachers College Record, Volume 99, number 2, Winter 1997, pp. 418-420.

 

(with Ricky Lee Allen) Review of Social Cartograpy:  Mapping Ways of Seeing Social and Educational Change. edited by Rolland G. Paulson. Comparative Educational Review, Vol.42, No.2, May 1998, pp. 225-228. 

 

Paulo Freire's Legacy of Hope and Struggle.  Theory, Culture and Society, Vol. 14, no. 4, November 1997, pp. 147-153.

 

Introduction (Critical Pedagogy' Enquiry Space Editor) Second Special Issue of Teaching Education. vol. 9.2  Winter/Spring 1998. pp 37-38.

 

Introduction ('Critical Pedagogy'  Enquiry Space Editor) First Special Issue of Teaching Education. vol. 9.1 1997 p. 1.

      Expanded intro on web site http://www.teaching education.com.

 

(Essay Review).  Revolutionary Praxis: Toward a Pedagogy of Resistance and Transformation.  An essay review of The Social Construction of Urban Schooling: Situation the Crisis by Lou Miron.  Educational Researcher.  August/September, 1997, pp. 23-26.

 

 

(with Jeff McSwan) Basil Bernstein's Sociology of Language: Comments on Alan R. Sadovnik's Knowledge andPedagogy: The Sociology of Basil Bernstein(1995) and Paul Atkinson, Brian Davis and Sara Delamont's Discourse and Reporduction: Essays in Honor of Basil  Bernstein(1995). Bilingual Research Journal, NABE, Fall 1997, Vol. 21, No. 4. Pp423-430.

 

(lead article) Decentering Whiteness.  Multicultural Education, vol. 5, no. 1, Fall (1997).  pp. 4-11.

 

Paulo Freire Died May 2, 1997.  International Journal of Educational  Reform, vol 6,

     no. 3, July 1997, pp. 263-265.

 

(lead article)  Unthinking Whiteness, Rethinking Democracy : Or Farewell to the Blonde Beast.  Educational Foundations, vol. 11, no. 2, 1997, pp. 5-39.

 

La Lucha Continua:  Freire, Boal, and the Challenge of History. Keynote address delivered at the 1996 Pedagogy of the Oppressed Conference, Omaha, Nebraska. In theme issue of Critical Pedagogy.  Researcher:  Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, vol. 11, no. 2. December 1996, pp 5-10.

 

(with Pat McDonough) Critical, postmodern studies of gay and lesbian lives in academia.  Harvard Educational Review, 66(2), (1996), pp. 368-382.

 

Freirean pedagogy and higher education:  The challenge of postmodernism and the politics of race.  Cultural Critique, No. 33, 1996, pp. 151-184.

 

Gangsta pedagogy and ghettocentricity:  The hip-hop nation as counterpublic sphere.  Socialist Review, 95(2), 1996, pp. 9-55.  (Expanded from Suitcase)

 

(with Kris Gutierrez) Global politics and local antagonisms:  Research and practice as dissent and possibility. Anuãrio de educacão 1995/ 1996.  (Brasil) pp. 27-60.

 

Serial Killer Pedagogy.  Taboo, Vol. 1, 1995, pp. 163-184.  Reprint in Pedagogia em tempos de cultura predatoria.  In Nize Maria Campos Pellanda and Luiz Ernesto Cabral Pellanda (orgs.) Psicanalise Hoje: Uma Revolucao do Olhar.  Petropolis, Brasil: Editora Vozes, 1996, pp, 285-313.

 

Gangsta pedagogy and ghettocentricity:  The hip-hop nation as counterpublic sphere.  Suitcase, Vol. 1, (1,2) 1995, pp. 74-87.

 

An Interview with Peter McLaren.  Comenius (The Netherlands), 1995, 15, pp. 335-347.  (Interviewed by Gert Biesta and Siebren Miedema.)

 

(lead article)  Critical Pedagogy in the Age of Global Capitalism: Some Challenges for the Educational Left.  (The Claude A Eggerston Lecture.)  The Australian Journal of Education, vol. 39, no. 1, 1995, pp. 5-21.  A version of this article appeared as Critical Pedagogy and the Age of Global Capitalism: A Challenge for the Future, Pedagogia, vol. 30, 1995-96, pp. 68-99. (La Facultad de Education de la Universidad de Puerto Rico). 

 

Revolution and Reality: An Interview with Peter McLaren.  Education (University of Malta, Faculty of Education), vol 5, no. 2.  1995, pp. 2-12.  Interviewed by Carmel Borg, Peter Mayo and Ronald Sultana. Reprinted  as book chapter in Curriculum: Toward New Identities. Edited by Bill Pinar.

 

The Educator as an Agent of History.  Educational Theory (Afterwords section), Vol. 45, No. 2, 1995, pp. 270-271.

 

Predatory Culture and the Politics of the Popular.  Cultural Studies Times (Published by Routledge, New York), 1995. 

 

Response to Marian Wright Edelman.  Religious Education, in press, Vol. 89, No. 4, 1994, pp. 561-567.

 

Review of The Body, Schooling, and Culture by David Kirk.  Australian Journal of Education,  38(2), 1994, pp. 189-191.

 

Critical pedagogy, political agency and the pragmatics of justice:  The case of Lyotard.  Educational Theory .  44(3), summer 1994, pp. 319-340.

 

Moral panic, schooling, and gay identity:  Critical pedagogy and the politics of resistance.  The High School Journal, Oct/Nov 1993, Dec/Jan 1994, pp. 157-168.

 

Collisions with otherness:  Multiculturalism, the politics of difference, and the ethnographer as nomad.  New Coda to Schooling as a Ritual Performance.  American Journal of Semiotics, 9(2-3), pp. 121-148, 1994, (lead article).

 

 

White terror.  Strategies, 7, 1993, pp. 98-131, 1993.

 

 (with Kelly Estrada) Multiculturalism and democratic culture.  Educational Researcher, April 1993, pp. 27-33.

 

Essay Review:  School Subjects and Curriculum Change by Ivor Goodson, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 6(2), pp. 171-177, 1993.

 

Multiculturalism and the postmodern critique:  Towards a pedagogy of resistance and transformation.  Cultural Studies, 7(1), pp. 118-146, January 1993.

 

Critical literacy and postcolonial praxis:  A Freirian perspective.  College Literature Double issue, 19:3 (October 1992)/20:1 (February 1993), pp. 7-27 (lead article).  This issue was sole runnerup in Council of Editors of Learned Journals Best Special Issue Competition for 1993. 

 

(with Henry Giroux) Critical pedagogy and rural education:  A challenge from Poland.  Peabody Journal of Education, 67(4), pp. 154-165 (Summer 1990; published in 1992).

 

Eminent Scholar Conversation #30.  Martha L. King Language and Literacy Center, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 1992.  Published in Educational Foundations, 6(4), 5-19, 1992.

 

(with Henry Giroux) Writing from the margins:  Geographies of identity, pedagogy, and power.  Journal of Education, 174(1), pp. 7-30, 1992 (lead article).

 

(with Rhonda Hammer).  Media knowledges, warrior citizenry, and postmodern literacies.  Journal of Urban and Cultural Studies, 2(2), pp. 41-77 1992.  Also published in Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 10(2), pp. 29-68, 1992.

 

(with Rhonda Hammer).  Spectacularizing subjectivity:  Media knowledges and the new world order.  Polygraph, (5), pp. 46-66, 1992.

 

Critical pedagogy, multiculturalism, and the politics of risk and resistance:  A reponse to Kelly and Portelli.  Journal of Education, 173(3), pp. 29-59, 1991.  (Published in 1992.)

 

Collisions with otherness.  International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 5(1), pp. 77-92, 1992.

 

(with Shirley Steinberg).  Critical multiculturalism and democratic schooling:  An interview with Peter McLaren and Joe Kincheloe.  International Journal of Educational Reform, 1(4), pp. 392-405, 1992.

 

Critical pedagogy:  Constructing an arch of social dreaming and a doorway to hope.  Boston University Journal of Education, 173(1), pp. 9-34, 1991 (lead article).

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Leon Golub's radical pessimism:  Towards a pedagogy of representation.  Exposure, 28(1/2), pp. 18-34, 1991.

 

(with Rhonda Hammer).  Rethinking the dialectic.  Educational Theory, 41(1), pp. 23-46, 1991.

 

Postmodernism, postcolonialism, and pedagogy:  Introduction.  Education and Society, (Australia), 9(1), pp. 3-22, 1991.

 

Postcolonial pedagogy:  Postcolonial desire and decolonized community.  Education and Society, (Australia), 9(2), pp. 135-158, 1991.

 

The emptiness of nothingness:  Response to C. A. Bowers.  Curriculum Inquiry, 21(4), pp. 459-477, 1991.

 

(with Michael Dantley).  Leadership and a critical pedagogy of race:  Cornel West, Stuart Hall and the prophetic tradition.  Journal of Negro Education, 59(1), pp. 29-44, 1990.

 

Review of Freire in the classroom by Ira Shor.  Journal of Urban and Cultural Studies, 1(1), pp. 113-125, 1990.

 

Review of Nancy Lesko's Symbolizing society.  Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 20, pp. 51-56, 1989.

 

Schooling the postmodern body:  Critical pedagogy and the politics of enfleshment.  Journal of Education, 170(3), pp. 53-83, 1988.  (Published in 1989.)

 

(with Rhonda Hammer).  Critical pedagogy and the postmodern challenge:  Towards a critical postmodernist pedagogy of liberation.  Educational Foundations, 3(3), pp. 29-62, 1989.

 

(with Pam Smith).  Review of Ivor Goodson's School subjects and curriculum change.  Educational Studies, 20(2), pp. 205-209, 1989.

 

Broken dreams, false promises, and the decline of public schooling.  Journal of Education, 170(1),  pp. 41-65, January 1989 (lead article).

 

Culture or Canon?  Critical Pedagogy and the Politics of Literacy. Harvard Educational Review, 58 (2) 213-234, 1988.

 

(with Richard Smith).  Televangelism as pedagogy and cultural politics.  Curriculum and Teaching, 3(1/2), pp. 82-99, 1988.

 

The liminal servant and the ritual roots of critical pedagogy.  Language Arts, 65(2), pp. 164-179, February 1988.

 

No light but rather darkness visible:  Language and the politics of criticism.  Curriculum Inquiry, 18(3), pp. 313-320, 1988.

 

On ideology and education:  Critical pedagogy and the politics of education.  Social Text, 19/20, Fall 1988, pp. 153-185.

 

Review of Paul Atkinson's Language, structure and reproduction.  Language in Society, 17, pp. 263-265, 1988.

 

Review of Culture wars by Ira Shor.  Educational Policy, 1(4), pp. 520-523, 1987.

 

Radical pedagogy and the dream of emancipation.  Social Education, 51(2), pp. 146-150, February 1987.

 

The anthropological roots of pedagogy:  The teacher as liminal servant.  Anthropology and Humanism Quarterly, 12(304), pp. 75-85, 1987.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Teacher education as a counterpublic sphere:  Radical pedagogy as a form of cultural politics.  Philosophy and Social Criticism, 12(1), pp. 51-69, Spring 1987.

 

Ideology, science and the politics of Marxian orthodoxy:  A response to Michael Dale.  Educational Theory, 37(3), pp. 301-326, 1987.

 

Schooling for salvation:  Christian fundamentalism's ideological weapons of death.  Journal of Education, 169(2), pp. 132-139, 1987.

 

Education as counter-discourse.  Review of Education, 3(1) pp. 58-68, 1987.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Review of the management of ignorance by Fred Inglis.  Canadian Journal of Sociology, 12(3), pp. 290-292, 1987.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Reproducing reproduction:  An essay review of keeping track by Jeanie Oakes.  Metropolitan Education, 1, Spring 1986, pp. 108-118.

 

An essay review of education under siege by Stanley Aronowitz and Henry Giroux.  Educational Studies, 71(2), pp. 277-289, 1986.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Teacher education as cultural politics:  Towards a counterpublic sphere.  New Education (Australia), 8(1), pp. 1-10, 1986 (lead article).

 

Making Catholics:  The ritual production of conformity in a Catholic junior high school.  Journal of Education, 168(2), pp. 55-77, 1986.

 

Culture or canon?  Critical pedagogy at the politics of literacy.  Harvard Educational Review, 58(2), pp. 213-234, 1988.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Teacher education and the politics of engagement:  The case for democratic schooling.  Harvard Educational Review, 56(3), pp. 213-238, 1986 (lead article).

 

Classroom symbols and the ritual dimensions of schooling.  Anthropologica, 27(1/2), pp. 161-189.  Special issue - Victor Turner:  A Canadian Tribute.

 

A Tribute to Victor Turner (1920-1983).  Anthropologica, 27(1/2), pp. 17-22, 1985.  Special issue - Victor Turner:  A Canadian Tribute.

 

The ritual dimensions of resistance:  Clowning and symbolic inversion.  Journal of Education, 167(2), pp. 84-97, 1985.

 

Rethinking ritual.  Etc.:  A Review of General Semantics, 41(3), pp. 267-277, 1984.

 

Interrogating the conceptual roots of invitational education.  An essay review of inviting school success by William Watson Purkey and John Novak.  Interchange, 17(4), pp. 90-95, 1986.

 

Postmodernism and the death of politics:  A Brazilian reprieve.  An essay review of the politics of education by Paulo Freire.  Educational Theory, 36(4), pp. 389-401, 1986.

 

Contemporary ritual studies:  A post-turnerian perspective.  Review article, Beginnings in ritual studies by Ronald L. Grimes.  Semiotic Inquiry, 5(1), pp. 78-85, 1985.

 

The Internationalist Editor, Interviews and dialogues  (4 per year commencing January 1993 - 2001)

 

Special Edition of International Journal of Educational Reform dedicated to the work of  Peter McLaren. Interviews with Juha Suoranta, Roberto Flores, Greg Tanaka, Glenn Rikowski, Dave Hill, and Mike Cole, Vol. 10. No. 2/ Spring 2001.

 

(with Pepi Leistyna) 'Presence of Mind: Education and the Politics of Deception'  International Journal of Educational Reform. Vol. 9, No. 3, July 2000, pp. 261-267.

 

(with Emily Hicks) 'Border Crossing with the Wrestler Bride: An Inteview iwthPerformance Artist and Critical Educator Emily Hicks', International Journal of Educational Reform vol. 9, no. 2, April 2000, pp. 176-179.

 

(with Sandy Marie Anglas Grande). 'Critical Theory and American Indian Geographics of Identity, Pedagogy and Power.' International Journal of Educational Reform, vol. 9, no. 1, January 2000, pp.70-73.

 

(with Peter Mayo) 'Value Commitment, Social Change, and Personal Narrative.' International Journal of Educational Reform, vol. 8, no. 4, October 1999, pp.397-408.

 

(with David Gabbard). 'This Hard Land: David Gabbard on the Path of Resistance.' International Journal of Educational Reform, vol. 8, no. 3,   July 1999, pp. 301-307.

 

(with Jose Solis Jordan).  'The Struggle for Liberation!  La Lucha Continua! Jose Solis Jordan's Fight for Justice.'  International Journal of Educational Reform, vol. 8, no. 2, April, 1999, pp. 168-174.

 

(with Jumara Novaes Sotto Maior and Cláudio Orlando Costa do Nascimento) 'A Critical Pedagogy of the Streets: An Interview with Desafio of Salvador da Bahia, Brasil.'  International Journal of Educational Reform, vol. 8, no. 1, January, 1999, pp. 74-82.

 

'An Interview with Gene Provenzo.'  International Journal of Educational Reform. Vol 7, No 4, Oct 1998.

 

School Choice and the Struggle for Social Justice: An Interview with Amy Stuart Wells. International Journal of Educational Reform.   vol 7, no. 3, July 1998, pp. 271-275.

 

(with Aimee M. Carrillo-Rowe, Rebecca Clark, Philip Craft) 'Storming the White House: Critical Interrogations of Whiteness.'  International Journal of Educational Reform. Vol 7, no. 1, January 1998, pp. 56-65. 

 

Reclamando Historia, Reclamando Identidad: Education de Maestros y Maestras y la lucha para la liberaciaon.  An Interview with Educational Activists Marta Baltodano and Gina Castillo.  International Journal of Educational Reform.   vol 6, no. 3, July 1997, pp. 357-362. 

 

(with Zeus Leonardo) Review of H. Bak, Multiculturalism and the Canon of American Culture;  D. Thelen and F. Hoxie, Discovering America:  Essays in Search for an Identity.  In Journal of American Ethnic History, vol. 16, no. 2, 1997, pp. 81-85.

 

Academic Language and Chicana/o Activist Scholars: Balancing the Academy and the Communities One Hopes to Serve: An Interview with Dolores Delgado Bernal and Daniel Solorzano.  International Journal of Educational Reform, vol. 6, no. 2,  /April 1997, pp. 226-231.

 

Dialogue with Puerto-Rican Scholar-Activist Lola Gordon-Mora.  International Journal of Educational Reform, vol. 6, no. 2, April 1997, pp. 232-234. 

 

A History of Tragedy; A Journey of Healing.  (Interview with Michael Pavel) International Journal of Educational Reform, vol. 6, no. 1, January 1997, pp. 75-80.

 

Living the Border:  An interview with Rudolfo Chávez Chávez.  International Journal of Educational Reform, 5(3), 326-330, July 1996.

 

Interview with Herman Gárcia.  International Journal of Educational Reform, 5(3), 331-333, July 1996.

 

La lucha continua en gringolandia:  Interview with Carlos Tejeda, Juan Muñoz, Zeus Leonardo, Tara Yosso, Jill Pinkney-Pastrana, and Joaquin Ochoa.  International Journal of Educational Reform, 5(3), 334-344, July 1996.

 

Interview with the Front Range Critical Theory Group.  International Journal of Educational Reform, Vol. 5, No. 2, April 1996, pp. 205-216.

 

A New Metaphysics of Hope: An Interview with Barry Kanpol.   International Journal of Educational Reform, Vol. 5, No. 1,  January 1996, pp. 91-94.

 

Pedagogy of praxis:  A dialogue with Moacir Gadotti of Brasil.  International Journal of Educational Reform, 4(3), 350-354, 1995.

 

A Dialogue with Concepcíon Valadez.  International Journal of Educational Reform, 4(3), 346-349, 1995.

 

Radical Education in Brasil: A Dialogue with Movimento Boneco.  International Journal of Educational Reform, Vol. 4, No. 2, 1995, pp. 203-209. 

 

Ecology and Reform: A Dialogue with Edgar Gonzalez.  International Journal of Educational Reform, 4(1), Jan, 1995, pp. 72-78.

 

Asian-American Feminism: A Dialogue with Lisa Chin.  International Journal of Educational Reform, 3(4), Oct. 1994, pp. 456-463.

 

Dialogue with Kris Gutierrez:  Pedagogies of Dissent and Transformation:  A Dialogue about Postmodernity, Social Context, and the Politics of Literacy.  International Journal of Educational Reform, 3(3), 1994, pp. 327-337

 

Interview with Heinz Sünker of Germany, 'Germany Today: History and Future' (or 'Dilemmas, Dangers, and Hopes').  International Journal of Educational Reform, 3(2), April 1994, pp. 202-209.

 

An exchange with Eugene Garcia.  International Journal of Educational Reform, 3(1), pp. 74-80, 1994.

 

Interview with Alicia de Alba of Mexico.  International Journal of Educational Reform, 2(4), pp. 429-434, 1993.

 

Interview with Marcia Moraes of Brasil.  International Journal of Educational Reform, 2(3), pp. 309-315, 1993.

 

Interview with Adriana Puiggrós of Argentina.  International Journal of Educational Reform, 2(2), pp. 193-202, 1993.

 

 

Entries in Academic Encyclopedias and Dictionaries

 

(with Noah de Lissovoy) (2003).  Paulo Freire.  Klassiker der Padagogik (Classic Pedagogues). Volume Two, Von John Dewey bis Paulo Freire, pp. 217-225. Munchen: Verlag C.H. Beck.

 

 

Paulo Freire.  (with Noah de Lissovoy)  Encyclopedia of Education (second edition).  Edited by James W. Guthrie. New York: Macmillan, forthcoming.

 

McLaren, P., & Datnow, A. (In press). Ethnography.  In D. Levinson, A. Sadnovik, & P. Cookson, Jr. (Eds.), Education and Sociology: An Encyclopedia. New York: Routledge/Falmer Press.

 

An Encyclopedia of Cultural Theorists.  Edward Arnold Publishers, London, England, 1999.  Entries:  Paulo Freire.

 

Critical pedagogy.  Encyclopedia of Educational Reform, Edited by Joe Kincheloe and Shirley Steinberg.  Garland Publishers, in progress.

 

(with Zeus Leonardo)  Paulo Freire.  In Ellis Cashmore, (ed.), Dictionary of Race and Ethnic Relations, Fourth Edition: London and New York: Routledge, pp. 134-136,

 

(with Joe Kincheloe and Shirley Steinberg) Entries:  Critical theory, cultural studies, difference.  Dictionary of multicultural education.  Oryx Press,  1997, pp.51-51, 66-68 and 90-91.

 

(with Marc Pruyn) Indoctrination.  In Philosophy of Education:  An Encyclopedia.  J.J. Chambliss (editor).  New York:  Garland Publishing, 1996, pp. 303-305.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Book Forewords, Prefaces, Postfaces, Codas, and Afterwords

 

Foreword. Performing Education: teaching, Reform, and Social Identities as Performances. Edited by Bryant Keith Alexander, Gary Anderson, and Bernardo Gallegos. Lawrence Erlbaum Associated, Inc. forthcoming.

 

Preface.  Karen Cadiero-Kaplan (in press) The Literacy Curriculum & Bilingual Education: A Critical Examination. New York: Peter Lang Publishers.

 

Foreword. (in press). Griff Foley. Understanding Adult Education and Training. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 2004.

 

Preface. Greg Goodwin. Critical Multicultural Instruction. Peter Lang Publishers.

 

 

Foreword. (2001). Social Movements, Civil Society, and Radical Adult Education by John Holt. Westport,Connecticut: Bergin and Garvey, pp. xv-xxvi.

 

 

Introduction. (2002) Defining and Designing Multiculturalism: One School System's Efforts by Pepi Leistyna. Albany: New York. State University of New York Press.

 

Preface. Multi/Intercultural Conversations:  A Reader Ed. Shirley R. Steinberg  Peter Lang, New York, 2001, xi-xvi.

 

Coda. Multi/Intercultural Conversations:  A Reader  Ed. Shirley R. Steinberg  Peter Lang, New York, 2001 , pp. 627-630.

 

Foreward. In Paula Allman. Critical Education Against Global Capitalism: Karl Marx and Revolutionary Critical Education. Westport, Connecticuct: Bergin and Garvey, 2001, ppxiii-xxiv.

 

Postfacio: La Pedagogia de la Possibilidad De Paulo Freire. Paulo Freire: Educador Para Una Nueva Civilizacion. (2000, pp. 151-162) Ediciones Universidad de la Frontera (Temuco, Chile)  and Instituto Paulo Freire.

 

 Preface.  In Walter de Oliveira. "We are in the streets, because they are in the  streets:  The emergence of street social pedagogy in Brazil."  Binghampton, NY:  Haworth. Press, 2000,  pp. Xix-xxii.

 

Foreword. In Lourdes Diaz Soto (ed) . The Politics of Early Childhood Education.  New York:  Peter Lang Publishers, 2000.

 

Postfacio. La Pedagogia de la Posibilidad de Paulo Freire. In Paulo Freire: Educador Para Una Nueva Civilizacion. By Guillermo Williamson. Temuco, Chile. Universidad de la Frontera. Pp. 151-162.

 

Foreward. In Paula Allman, Revolutionary Social Transformation: Democratic Hopes, Political Possiblilites and Critical Education Westport, Connecticuct: Bergin and Gavey. 1999. pp.xiii -xix

 

Preface.  In Phil  Francis Carspecken.  Four Scenes for Posing the Question of Meaning and Other Explorations in Critical Philosophy and Critical Methodology.  New York: Peter Lang Publishers,1999, ix-xii.

 

Introduction.  Immigrant Voices: In Search of Pedagogical Reform, edited by Enrique Trueba and Lilia Bartolome.  Boulder, CO.: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, pp. 1-15.

 

Preface.  Alternatives in Education: Critical Pedagogy for Disaffected Youth by Greg Goodwin.  New York. Peter Lang Publishers, in press.

 

(with Glenn Ritkowski) Introduction.  In Dave Hill, Peter McLaren, Mike Cole,  and Glenn Ritkowski, eds.  Postmodernism in Educational Theory: Education and the Politics of Human Resistance.  England, Tufnell Press, 1999, pp. 1-9.

 

 Traumatizing Capital. (Introduction).  Manuel Castells, Ramon Flecha, Paulo Freire, Henry A. Giroux, Donaldo Macedo, and Paul Willis,  Critical Education in the New Information Age  New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 1999, pp. 1-36.

 

 

Afterword. Ya Basta!  In Yali Zou and Enrique T. Trueba (eds.)  Ethnic Identity and Power: Cultural Contexts of Political Action in School and Society  Albany, New York:  State University of New York, 1998, pp. 411-431.

 

Afterword:  Teachers Committed to the Struggle for Democracy: Cuesta lo que Cuesta.  In J. Cynthia McDermott, editor, Beyond the Silence: Listening for Democracy.  Portsmouth, N.H.: Heinemann, pp. 135-138.

 

Foreword. In Mark Pruyn,  Discourse Wars in Gotham-West: A Latino Immigrant Urban Tale of Resistance and Agency. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1998, pp. xv-xvii.

 

 

Preface.  In Sherry Shapiro, Pedagogy and the Politics of the Body: A Critical Praxis .  New York: Garland, pp. ix-xvii. 

 

Foreword (with Gustavo Fischman).  In Adriana Puiggros, Imperialism, and Education in Latin America   Boulder, CO.: Westview Press, ix-xv.

 

(with Shirley Steinberg and Joe Kincheloe).  Series Editor Preface.  Teachers as Cultural Workers by Paulo Freire.  Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1998.

 

 Preface. In Antonia Darder, Guest Editor A Special Occasional Paper in Memory of Paulo Freire.  Reclaiming Our Voices.  Teaching as an Act of Love: Reflections on Paulo Freire and His Contributions ot Our Lives and Our Work.  Los Angeles: CABE. 1998. pp. 19-23.

 

 

Preface.  In Linda Rogers, ed.   Wish I Were: Felt Pathways to the Self. Madison, WI.: Atwood Press  1998, pp. xiii-xvi.

 

Forward.  In Joe Kincheloe and Shirley Steinberg.  Changing  Multiculturalism.  Buckingham and Philadephia:  Open University Press, 1997. viii-x.

 

(with Henry Giroux). Preface.  In Adriana Hernandez, Pedagogy, democracy, and feminism.  Albany, New York:  State University of New York, 1997, ix -xii.

 

Preface. In Tom Oldenski, Catholic education:  Critical theory and practice in a liberation theology context.  New York:  Garland Publishers,  1997, pp xi-xiii,

 

Foreword.  In Marcia Moraes, Bilingual education:  A dialogue with the Bakhtin Circle.  Albany, New York, State University of New York Press, 1996, pp. ix-xiii.

 

(with Henry Giroux). Preface.  In Raymond Morrow and Carlos Torres, Social theory and education.  New York:  SUNY Press, 1995, pp. ix-xi.

 

(with Henry Giroux).  Introduction.  In Stephen Haymes, Race, culture and the city:  A pedagogy for black urban struggle.  New York:  SUNY Press, 1995, pp. xi-xv.

 

Preface.  In Moacir Gadotti, Pedagogy of praxis, SUNY Press, 1995, pp. xiii-xvii.

 

(with Joe Kincheloe and Shirley Steinberg).  In Donaldo Macedo,  Literacies of power:  What Americans are not allowed to know.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1994, xiii-xvi.

 

Preface.  In Miguel Escobar (ed.), Paulo Freire on higher education:  A dialogue with Paulo Freire.  Alfredo Fernandez and Gilberto Guevara.  Albany, New York:  SUNY Press, 1994, pp. ix-xxxiii.

 

(with Henry Giroux).  Introduction.  In Moacir Gadotti, How to read Paulo Freire.  SUNY Press, 1994, pp. xiii-xvii.

 

Foreword.  In Kerry S. Walters (ed.), Rethinking reason:  New perspectives in critical thinking.  SUNY Press, 1994.  pp. ix-xviii.

 

Curriculum differentiation and cultural politics in the age of postmodernism:  Forword.  In Ivor Goodson, School subjects and curriculum change (pp. viii-xxii).  Revised edition, Falmer Press, 1993.

 

Preface.  In James Sears (ed.), Sexuality and the curriculum (pp. ix-xiv).  New York:  Teachers College Press, 1992.

 

(with Henry Giroux).  Preface.  In Annette Street, Inside Nursing (pp. 1-6).  New York:  SUNY Press, 1992.

 

(with Henry Giroux).  Introduction.  In Jesse Goodman, Elementary schooling for critical democracy (pp. xi-xviii).  New York:  SUNY Press, 1992.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Introduction.  In James Schwoch, Mimi White, and Susan Reilly (eds.), Media knowledge.  Albany, NY:  State University of New York Press, 1992.

 

(with Henry Giroux) Introduction.  In Bill Stanley, Curriculum for Utopia (pp. xi-xv).  New York:  SUNY Press, 1992.

 

Foreword.  Critical theory and the meaning of hope:  Henry Giroux's pedagogy of the concrete.  In Henry A. Giroux, Teachers as intellectuals (pp. ix-xxi).  South Hadley, MA:  Bergin and Garvey Publishers, 1988.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapters in Books

 

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(with Nathalia Jaramillo)  An expanded version of   God's Cowboy Warrior: Christianity, Globalization, and the False Prophets of Imperialism. In press, Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies. Forthcoming in Michael Flynn, editor, After September 11: Reflections of War, Violence, and Agency. University of  Kentucky Press.

 

(with Joe Kincheloe)  Rethinking Critical Theory and Qualitative Research. Revised from 2002 edition. Handbook of Qualitative Research. Edited by Norman K. Denzin and Yvonna Lincoln. Thousand Oaks, California, SAGE, in press.

 

 

(with Valerie Scatamburlo-D'Annibale) forthcoming. Contesting the New ŒYoung Hegelians':  Interrogating Capitalism in a World of ŒDifference'' In Peter Trifonas, editor,  Worlds of Difference. Palgrave/St. Martins Press.

 

 (with Nathalia Jaramillo) Alternative Globalizations: Toward a Critical Globalization Studies. Edited by William I. Robinson. New York: Routledge, in press.

 

 

in press, with Valerie Scatamburlo-D'Annibale) Paul Willis, Class Consciousness,  and Critical Pedagogy: Toward a Socialist Future.  In Learning to Labor in New Times. Edited by Nancy Dolby and Greg Dimitriadis (with the assistance of Paul Willis).     New York:  Routledg/Falmer.

 

 

McLaren, P. and Farahmandpur, R. (2003).  Critical Pedagogy and Marxism: Rethinking Revolutionary Praxis in Education (with Ramin Farahmandpur). In D. Carlson & G. Dimitriadis  (Eds), Promises to Keep:  Cultural Studies, Democratic Education, and Public Life. (pp 39-76). Slightly expanded version of (with Ramin Farahmandpur) The Globalization of Capitalism and the New Imperialism: Notes Towards a Revolutionary Critical Pedagogy. The Review of Education, Pedagogy  & Cultural Studies, vol. 23, no. 3 (2001), pp. 271-315.  See # 28.  This will appear in another version as Who Will Educate the Educators? Critical Pedagogy in the Age of Globalization in a volume edited by  Arif Dirlik.

 

 

McLaren, P. and Farahmandpur, R. (2003). Critical Pedagogy at Ground Zero: Renewing the Educational Left After 9-11. In D. Gabbard and K. Saltman (Eds.), Education as Enforcement: The Militarization and Corporatization of Schools (pp. 311-326). New York and London: Routledge. 

 

McLaren, P. and Farahmandpur, R. (2003). Class, Cultism, and Multiculturalism: A Notebook on Forging a Revolutionary Multiculturalism. In F. Schultz (Ed.), Annual Editions: Multicultural Education  03/04, Tenth Edition (pp. 97-109). Guilford, CT:McGraw-Hill. (reprint)

 

McLaren, P. and Farahmandpur, R. (2003). Class, Cultism, and Multiculturalism: A Notebook on Forging a Revolutionary Multiculturalism. In F. Schultz (Ed.), Annual Editions: Multicultural Education  02/03, Ninth Edition (pp. 67-97). Guilford, CT:McGraw-Hill. (reprint)

 

 

De Lissovoy, N., & McLaren, P. (In Press).  Towards A Contemporary Philosophy of Praxis.  In Gray-Rosendale, L., & Gray-Rosendale, S. (Eds.), Radical Relevance.  Albany, NY:  State University of New York Press.

 

·      Jaramillo, N. & McLaren P. Neoliberal Citizenship and Federal Education Policy: A Critical Analysis of  the No Child Left Behind Act in co-edited book by O'Donnell, J., Pruyn, M., & Chavez, R. Information Age Publishing, Inc. (in progress).

 

 

Critical Pedagogy: A Look at the Major Concepts.  In Antonia Darder at alia., Editors, The Critical Pedagogy Reader, (pp. 69-96),  New York and London: Routlege/Falmer. (Reprint)

 

Revolutionary Pedagogy in Post-revolutionary Times: Rethinking the Political Economy of Critical Education. In Antonia Darder at alia., Editors, The Critical Pedagogy Reader, (pp. 151-184), New York and London: Routlege/Falmer. (Reprint)

 

The Dialectics of Terrorism. In Carl Boggs, editor. Empire, War, and Terrorism: U.S. Militarism and the New World Order, New York and London: Routledge. 

 

Critical Pedagogy and Class Struggle in the Age of Neoliberal Globalzation: Notes from History's Underside. Previously published in Democracy and Nature. Forthcoming. In Peter Trifonas, editor, Communities of Difference:  Language, Culture, Media.    Palgrave/St. Martins Press.

 

 

 

 

McLaren, P. & Farahmandpur, R. (2002).  Globalization, Class, and

Multiculturalism: Fragments from a Red Notebook. In M. Singh (Ed.), Global

Learning (pp. 55-94).  Altona, VIC, AU: Common Ground Publishing Group.

 

 

 

(with Paula Allman and Glenn Rikowski) After the Box People: The labour-capital relation as class constitution ­ and its consequences for Marxist educational theory  and human resistance.  In John Freeman-Moir and Alan Scott, editor, Yesterday's Dreams: International and Critical Perspectives on Education and SocialClass. Edited by Alan Scott. (pp. 149-179) New Zealand: University  of Canterbury  Press, 2003. 

 

(with Cindy Cruz).  Queer Bodies and Configurations: Towards a Critical Pedagogy of the Body.  Body Works: Pedagogy, Politics, and Social Change.  Edited by Sherry Shapiro and Svi Shapiro. (pp. 187-207) New York: Hampton Press. 2002.

 

 

Freire, Marx, and the New Imperialism: Toward a Revolutionary Praxis  (with Ramin Farahmandpur). In J., J. Slater, Stephen Fain, Cesar Rossatto (Eds), The Freirean Legacy: Educating for Social Justice. Peter Lang (2002), pp. 37-56.

 

(with Ramin Farahmandpur) Breaking Signifying Chains: A Marxist Position on Postmodernism In D. Hill & M. Cole (Eds.), Marxism Against Postmodernism in Educational Theory. Lexington Press. 

 

(With Ramin Farahmandpur) Critical Pedagogy, Postmodernism, and the Retreat from Class: Towards a Contraband Pedagogy (with Peter McLaren). In D. Hill & M. Cole (Eds.), Marxism Against Postmodernism in Educational Theory. Lexington Press.

 

Richard Rorty's Self-Help Liberalism: A Marxist Critique of America's Most Wanted Ironist (with Ramin Farahmandpur & Juha Suoranta). In M. Peters & P. Ghiraldelli, Jr. (Eds.), Richard Rorty: Education, Philosophy and Culture . Boulder, Colorado: Roman and Littlefield, 2002.

 

(with Ramin Farahmandpur) Reconsidering Marx in Post-Marxist Times: A Requiem for Postmodernism? Anuário de Edudação­Ano 2000: Reflexões para o novo milênio (2001).

 

(with Aimee M. Carrillo-Rowe, Rebecca L. Clark, and Philip Craft).  Rearticulating the Blizzard of Modernity: Whiteness as a Label for Western Cultural Politics.  In Glenn M. Hudak and Paul Kihn, eds.  Labelling: Pedagogy and Politics.  2001 (pp. 203-224).  New York and London: Falmer Press.

 

Freirean Praxis and the Politics of Pedagogy. In Michael Richards, Pradip N. Thomas and Zaharom Nain, eds., Communication and Development: the Freirean Connection. New Jersey: The Hampton Press, 2001, pp. 109-130.

 

 

Developing a Pedagogy of Whiteness in the Context of a Postcolonial Hybridity: White Identities in Global Context.  In Nelson M. Rodriquez and Leila E. Villaverde, eds., Dismantling White Privilege: Pedagogy, Politics, and Whiteness.  (2000, pp. 150-157) New York: Peter Lang

 

Critical Multiculturalism and Globalization: Transgressive Pedagogies in Gringolandia, Cueste Lo Que Cueste (with Peter McLaren).  In C. Tejada, C. Martinez, & Z. Leonardo (Eds.),  Charting New Terrains of Chicana(o)/Latina(o) Education (pp. 1-31). Creskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2000.

 

Unthinking Whiteness: Rearticulating Diasporic Practice. In Peter Pericles Trifonas, Editor. Revolutionary Pedagogies: Cultural Politics, Instituting Education, and the Discourse of Theory. New York and London: Routledge/Falmer, 2000, pp. 140-173. [Reprint]

 

Pedagogia Revolucionaria em Tempos Pos-Revolucionaarios: Repensar a Economia Politica da Educacao Critica.  In F. Imbernon A Educacao No Seculao XXI, Artmed Editora, 2000. Pp.119-139. (reprint)

 

(with Joe Kincheloe).  Rethinking critical theory and qualitative research.  In Norman K. Denzin and Yvonna S. Lincoln (eds.), Handbook of qualitative research (pp. 138-157).  London and Thousand Oaks:  Sage, 2000. Revised significantly from 1994 first edition.  Reprinted in Yali Zou and Enrique Trueba, eds., Ethnographies and Schools: Qualitative Approaches to the Study of Education. Boulder, Colorado: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 87-138.

 

(with Enrique Trueba). Critical ethnography for the study of Immigrants. In Enrique Trueba and Lilia Bartolome (Eds) Immigrant Voices: In Search of Pedagogical Reform. Boulder, CO.: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2000, pp. 37-73.

 

 

(with Zeus Leonardo, and Ricky Lee Allen).  Epistemologies of Whiteness.  In Ram Mahalingam and Cameron McCarthy (Eds.), Multicultural Curriculum: New Directions for Social Theory, Practice, and Policy.  (pp. 108-123) New York and London: Routledge, 2000.

 

 (with Rick Allen and Zeus Leonardo) Space, Violence and Pedagogy. In Stephanie Urso Spina (ed.) Smoke and MIrrors: The Hidden Context of Violence in Schools and Society. Boulder, CO.: Rowman and Littlefield, 2000, pp. 67-92.

 

Gangsta Pedagogy.  In Cameron McCarthy and Glen Hudak( eds.)  Sound Identities: Pop Music, Youth and Education.  New York: Peter Lang, 2000.  Reprint.

 

 

Gangsta Pedagogy and Ghettoethnicity.  In Karen McClafferty, Carlos Alberto Torres, and Theodore Mitchell (eds.) Challenges of Urban Education: Sociological Perspectives for the Next Century.  Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2000. Reprint.

 

(with Zeus Leonardo and Xochitl Perez)  Response to Guy Parcel.  Settings for health promotion: Linking theory and practice.  Blake Poland, Larry Green and Irving Rootman (eds.).  Toronto, Canada: SAGE, 2000, pp. 127-137.

 

Can Critical Pedagogy Work in the Inner City?  A Conversation with Peter McLaren.  In Barry Kanpol and Fred Yeo (eds.), From Nihilism to Possibility:  Transforming Inner-City Education. (pp. 189-206). Hampton Press, 2000.

 

(with Juan S. Muñoz)  Contesting Whiteness:  Critical Perspectives on the Struggle for Social Justice. In Carlos Julio Ovando and Peter McLaren (eds).  The Politics of Multiculturalism: Students and Teachers in the Crossfire.  (pp.22-49).  McGraw-Hill, 2000.

 

(with Ramin Farahmandpur).  Critical Pedagogy, Postmodernism, and the Retreat from Class: Towards a Contraband Pedagogy.  In Dave Hill, Peter McLaren, Mike Cole,  and Glenn Ritkowski, eds.  Postmodern Excess in Educational Theory: Education and the Politics of Human Resistance. (pp. 167-202 ). England, Tufnell Press 1999.

 

(with  Dave Hill and Mike Cole,  and Glenn Ritkowski) Postmodernism Adieu: Towards a Politics of Human Resistance.   In Dave Hill, Peter McLaren, Mike Cole,  and Glenn Ritkowski, eds.  Postmodernism in Educational Theory: Education and the Politics of Human Resistance. (pp. 203-213). England, Tufnell Press , 1999,.

 

The politics of multicultural research.  In Carl Grant (ed.),  Multicultural research:  A reflective engagement with race, class, gender and, sexual orientation. (pp. 168 ­ 199).  London:  Falmer Press, 1999.

 

Multiculturalism and the Postmodern Critique: Toward a Pedagogy of Resistance and Transformation.  In Fred Schultz, ed., Sources: Notable Selections in Education (Second Edition). (pp. 131-141).  Guilford, Connecticut: Dushkin/McGraw-Hill, 1998. Reprint. Also reprinted in Third Edition.

 

Education as a Political Issue.  In H. Svi Shapiro and David E. Purpel, eds.  Critical Social Issues in American Education: Transformation in a Postmodern World (Second Edition). (pp. 289-298).  New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Reprint.

 

 

Resisting Whiteness: Revolutionary Multiculturalism as Counterhegemonic Praxis.  In David Slayden and Rita Kirk Whillock (eds.) Soundbite Culture: The Death of Discourse in a Wired World. (pp. 113-149).  London and Thousand Oaks:  Sage, 1999.

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Critical Pedagogy.  In David Gabbard (ed.)  Power Knowledge and the Politics of Educational Meaning. (pp. 113-149). New York: Erlbaum, 1999.

 

Unthinking whiteness, rethinking democracy.  In Christine Clark and James O'Donnell, (eds.)  Becoming and Unbecoming White: Owning and Disowning a Racial Identity. (pp. 10-55).  Greenwood Press, 1999. Reprint, slightly revised.

 

(with Rudy Torres) Racism and Multicultural Education : Rethinking 'Race' and 'Whiteness' in Late Capitalism.  In Stephen May (ed.) Critical Multiculturalism:Rethinking multicultural and antiracist education. 

(pp. 42-76). London:  Falmer Press, 1999.

 

  Rethinking Whiteness. In Joe Kincheloe and Shirley Steinberg (eds.), White Reign.  (pp. 63-75).  St. Martin's Press,  1998, Reprint. 

 

(with Zeus Leonardo) From Marxism to Terrorist Pedagogy: Jean Baudrillard's Chamber of Horrors.  In Michael Peters (ed.), Naming the multiple:  Poststructuralism and Education. (pp. 215-243). Westport, Connecticut:  Greenwood Press, 1998.

 

 (with Kris Gutierrez)  Global Politics and Local Antagonisms.  In Dennis Carlson and Michael Apple (eds.),  Power/Knowledge/Pedagogy: The Meaning of Democratic Education in Unsettling Times. (pp. 305-333).  Boulder, Colorado, Westview Press, 1998, Reprint.  

 

(with Carlos Alberto Torres).  Voicing from the Margins: The Politics and Passion of Pluralism in the Work of Maxine Greene.  In William Ayers and Janet Miller (eds.),  Maxine Greene. (pp. 190-203).  New York: Teachers College Press, 1998.

 

Response interview.  In James Sears and James Carper (eds.), Curriculum, Religion, and Public Education:  Conversations for an Enlarging Public Square.  (pp.253-270). New York:  Teachers College Press, 1998.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Paulo Freire, postmodernism and the utopian imagination:  A Blochian reading.  In Jamie Owen Daniel and Tom Moylan (eds.), Not Yet: Reconsidering Ernst Bloch. (pp.138-162).   London and New York:  Verso Press, 1997.

 

(with Janet Morris).  Mighty Morphon Power Rangers:  The aesthetics of Phallo-Militaristic Justice.  In Joe Kinchloe and Shirley Steinberg (eds.), Kinderculture. (pp.115-127).  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1997.

 

Freirean pedagogy: The challenge of postmodernism and the politics of race.  In Paulo Freire (ed.), Mentoring the mentor: A critical dialogue with Paulo Freire. (pp. 99-125).  New York:  Peter Lang Publishers, 1997.

 

The ethnographer as postmodern Flâneur: Critical reflexivity and post-hybridity as narrative engagement.  In Yvonna Lincoln and William Tierney (eds.),  Representation and the text: Reframing the narrative voice. (pp.143-177)  Albany: State University of New York Press, 1997. 

 

Critical Pedagogy and Predatory Culture .  In R. Farnen,  H. Sunker, D. Timmermann and I. U. Kolbe (eds.), Politics, sociology, and economics of education:  Interdisciplinary philosophical and comparative perspectives, (pp.183-196.) London: MacMillan Press, 1997.  Reprint

 

Multiculturalism and the Postmodern Critique: Towards a Pedagogy of  Resistance and Transformation.  In Phillip Brown, A. H. Halsey, Hugh Lauder, and Amy Stuart Wells (eds.), Education, Culture, Economy and Society. (pp. 520-540). London: Oxford University Press 1997.  Reprint.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux) Teacher education and the politics of engagement:  The care for democratic schooling, in Pepi Leistyna, Arlie Woodrum, Stephen A. Sherblom (eds.), Breaking free:  The transformative power of critical pedagogy. (pp 301-331) Cambridge:  Harvard Educational Review, 1996. Reprint.

 

Response to Chapter 18.  In Joe Kincheloe, Shirley R. Steinberg, and Aaron Gresson III (eds.) Measured Lies: The Bell Curve Examined.  (pp 343-350). New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1996.

 

Critical pedagogy:  Constructing an arch of social dreaming and a doorway to hope.  In Canadian sociology of education. (pp. 137-160).  Toronto:  Copp/Clark and Longman, Ltd., 1995.  Reprint.

 

Critical Multiculturalism, Media Literacy, and the Politics of Representation.  In Jean Frederickson (ed.), Reclaiming our voices:  Bilingual education, critical pedagogy and praxis (pp. 99-138).  Ontario, CA:  California Association of Bilingual Education, 1995.

 

Moral panic, schooling, and gay identity:  Critical pedagogy and the politics of resistance.  In Gerald Unks (ed.), The gay teenager. (pp 105-123). New York:  Routledge, 1995.  Reprint.

 

(with Michael Peters).  Critical pedagogy and the pragmatics of justice.  In Michael Peters (ed.), Lyotard and education (pp. 87-120).  Westport, CT:  Bergin and Garvey Publishers, 1995. Reprint.

 

(with Joe Kincheloe).  Rethinking critical theory and qualitative research.  In Norman K. Denzin and Yvonna S. Lincoln (eds.), Handbook of qualitative research (pp. 138-157).  London and Thousand Oaks:  Sage, 1994.

 

(lead chapter) White terror and Oppositional Agency: Towards a Critical Multiculturalism.  In David Theo Goldberg (ed.), Multiculturalism:  A critical reader (pp. 46-74).  London:  Basil Blackwell, 1995. Reprint.

 

White terror and Oppositional Agency: Towards a Critical Multiculturalism.  In Siebren Miedema, Gert Biesta, Ben Boog, Adri Amaling, Winn Wardecker, and Bas Levering (eds.), The politics of human science. (pp. 79-112).Brussels:  VUB University Press, 1995. Reprint.

 

White terror and Oppositional Agency: Towards a Critical Multiculturalism. In Eduardo Manuel Duarte and Stacy Smith, eds. Foundational Perspectives in Multicultural Education. (pp. 213-241).New York : Longman, Inc. Reprint.

 

Culture or canon?  Critical pedagogy and the politics of literacy.  Previously published in Harvard Educational Review.  In Masahiko Minami and Bruce P. Kennedy (eds.), Language:  Issues in literacy and bilingual/multicultural education (pp. 286-309).  Cambridge, Mass:  Harvard Educational Review, 1991. Reprint.

 

(with Colin Lankshear).  Introduction.  In Peter McLaren and Colin Lankshear (eds.), Politics of liberation:  Paths from Freire (pp. 1-11).  London and New York:  Routledge, 1993.

 

(with Colin Lankshear).  Critical Literacy and the Postmodern Turn.  In Colin Lankshear and Peter McLaren (eds.), Critical literacy:  Politics, praxis, and the postmodern (379-425).  Albany, NY:  SUNY Press.

 

Postmodernism and the death of politics:  A Brazilian reprieve.  In Peter McLaren and Colin Lankshear (eds.), Politics of liberation:  Paths from Freire (pp. 193-215).  London and New York:  Routledge, 1994.

 

Border disputes:  Multicultural narrative, critical pedagogy, and identity formation in postmodern America.  In J. McLaughlin and William G. Tierney (eds.), Naming silenced lives.  Routledge:  New York, 1993, pp. 201-235.

 

Broken dreams, false promises, and the decline of public schooling.  In William Dan Perdue (ed.), Systemic crisis:  Problems in society, politics, and world order (pp. 178-185).  New York:  Harcourt Brace Javanovich, 1993.  (Previously published in Journal of Education, January 1989.)

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Leon Golub's radical pessimism:  Towards a pedagogy of representation.  In Henry A. Giroux,  Border crossings (pp. 207-229).  New York:  Routledge, 1992. Reprint.

 

Critical pedagogy, postcolonial politics, and redemptive remembrance.  Learner factors/teacher factors:  issues in literacy research and instruction (pp. 31-48).  Fortieth Yearbook:  National Reading Conference, Chicago, IL, 1992.  (invited address)

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Radical pedagogy as cultural politics:  Beyond the discourse of critique and anti-utopianism.  In D. Morton and M. Zavarzadeh (eds.), Theory/Pedagogy/Politics (pp. 152-186).  Chicago:  University of Illinois Press, 1991.

 

Field relations and the discourse of the other.  In Stebbins and Shaffir (eds.), Experiencing fieldwork (pp. 146-163).  Newbury Park, CA:  SAGE, 1991.

 

Critical literacy and the postmodern turn:  Cautions from the margins.  In R. Beach, J. Green, M. Kamil, and T. Shanahan (eds.), Multidisciplinary perspectives on literacy research (pp. 319-339).  Urbana, IL:  National Conference on Research in English, 1992.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Language, schooling, and subjectivity:  Beyond a pedagogy of reproduction and resistance.  In Kathryn Borman, Piyush Swami and Lonnie P. Wagstaff (eds.), Contemporary issues in U.S. education (pp. 61-83).  New Jersey:  Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1991.

 

(with Richard Smith).  Televangelism as pedagogy and popular culture.  In Henry A. Giroux and Roger Simon (eds.), Popular culture and critical pedagogy (pp. 147-173).  South Hadley:  Bergin and Garvey, 1989.

 

Education as a political issue.  What's missing in the public conversation about education?  In Joe Kincheloe and Shirley R. Steinberg (eds.), Thirteen questions:  reforming education's conversation (pp. 249-262).  New York and Berlin, Peter Lang Publishers, 1992.

 

Schooling the postmodern body:  Critical pedagogy and the politics of enfleshment.  In Henry A. Giroux (ed.),  Postmodernism, feminism and cultural politics (pp. 144-173).  Albany, New York:  SUNY press, 1991.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Schooling, cultural politics, and the struggle for democracy:  Introduction.  In H.A. Giroux and P. McLaren (eds.), Critical pedagogy, the state, and cultural struggle (pp. xi-xxxv).  New York:  SUNY Press, 1989.

 

On ideology and education:  Critical pedagogy and the cultural politics of resistance.  In Henry A. Giroux and Peter McLaren (eds.), Critical pedagogy, the state, and cultural struggle (pp. 174-202).  New York:  SUNY Press, 1989.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Reproducing reproduction:  The politics of tracking.  In H.A. Giroux (ed.), Teachers as intellectuals (pp. 186-195).  South Hadley, MA:  Bergin and Garvey Publishers, 1988.  Previously published in Metropolitan Review.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Teacher education and the politics of democratic reform.  In H.A. Giroux (ed.), Teachers as intellectuals (pp. 158-176).  South Hadley, MA:  Bergin and Garvey Publishers, 1988.  Previously published in New Education and Philosophy and Social Criticism.

 

(with Tomaz Tadeu da Silva).  Decentering pedagogy:  Critical literacy, resistance, and the politics of memory.  In Peter McLaren and P. Leonard (eds.), Paulo Freire:  A critical encounter (pp. 47-89).  London:  Routledge, 1993.

 

(with Tomaz Tadeu da Silva).  Knowledge under siege:  The Brasilian debate.  In P. McLaren and P. Leonard (eds.), Paulo Freire:  A critical encounter ( pp. 36-46).  London:  Routledge, 1993.

 

Decentering culture:  Postmodernism, resistance, and critical pedagogy.  In N. Wyner (ed.), Current perspectives on school culture (pp. 231-257).  Brookline Books, Massachusetts, 1991.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Teacher education and the politics of engagement:  The case for democratic schooling.  In M. Okazawa-Rey, J. Anderson, and R. Traver (eds.), Teaching, teachers, and teacher education (pp. 157-182).  Cambridge, MA:  Harvard Educational Review, 1987.  (Previously published in Harvard Educational Review.)

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Teacher education as a counterpublic sphere:  Notes toward a redefinition.  In T. Popkewitz (ed.), Critical studies in teacher education:  Its folklore, theory, and practice (pp. 266-297).  Philadelphia:  Falmer Press, 1987.

 

From ritual to reasoning:  A prolegomena towards linking ritology and schooling.  In J. Kase-Polisini (ed.), Creative drama in a developmental Context (pp. 209-251).  Washington, DC:  University Press of America, 1985.

 

The politics of student resistance.  In R. Common (ed.), New forces in educational policymaking (pp. 94-107).  Brock University Occasional Publications, 1985.

 

The blue-eyed mistress of the keys.  In Richard Davies and Glen Kirkland (eds.), Relating ((2nd ed.) pp. 85-88).  Toronto:  Gage, 1990.

 

The corridor kids.  First published in Today Magazine (April 12, 1980).  Subsequently published in Replay:  A Canadian College Reader (pp. 73-79).  Toronto:  Methuen, 1980.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Articles in News Letters and Daily Newspapers

 

 

    Critical Literacy for Global Citizenship (with Ramin Farahmandpur). Center X Forum, Vol. 1(2). Spring/Summer 2001.

 

 

Clouded election foreshadows wealth-biased presidency (with Ramin Farahmandpur). [Online] In Daily Bruin, January 10, 2001. Available at: http://www.dailybruin.ucla.edu/db/articles.asp?ID=2355

 

2000   Both candidates' education plans tout responsibility (with Ramin Farahmandpur). [Online] In Daily Bruin, October 26, 2000. Available at: http://www.dailybruin.ucla.edu/db/articles.asp?ID=1651

 

Bush's Œtough love' proposal raises troubling ideas (with Ramin Farahmandpur). [Online] In Daily Bruin,  October 9, 2000. Available at: http://www.dailybruin.ucla.edu/db/articles.asp?ID=1357

 

Corporate sponsorship threatens quality of education (with Ramin Farahmandpur). [Online] In Daily Bruin, April 19, 2000.  Available at: http://www.dailybruin.ucla.edu/db/issues/00/04.19/view.farahmandpur.html

 

 

 

 

Journals and Professional Magazines (selected)

 

Testimony as Distinguished Panelist at Community Hearings for Roberto Clemente High School.  In Community Hearings: Determining the Truth Behind the Clemente Story.  Published by the Ad-Hoc Committee for Clemente Community Hearings. (Chicago, Illinois, November, 1998). 

 

(with Patricia Dueñas) Dismantling Gabachismo in Contempory Capitalism.  Razateca.  November/December, 1996.  pp. 22-23. 

 

Las Maestras usan rituales para bendecir la buena conducta.  El Financiero (Mexico City, Mexico), June 6, 1996, p. 52. (Interview in Spanish)

 

Chingon Subjectivity.  Alchemy. 

 

Excerpt from CIES, Claude A. Eggerston Lecture.  Voices (UCLA Graduate Student Publication).

 

Decentering Violence, a U.S. Perspective, Orbit, March 1993, 24(1), pp. 10-11.

 

Radical pedagogy:  Constructing an arch of social dreaming and a doorway to hope.  Social Environment and Adult Learning, Center for Adult Learning Research, Montana State University, May, 1990, pp. 19-35.

 

Critical social theory and its implications in educational thought:  A prospectus for the nineties.  Insights:  The John Dewey Society for the Study of Education and Culture (August 1990), pp. 12-15.

 

The Gulf War:  News, entertainment or structuring of colonialist modes of subjectivity?  Insights:  The John Dewey Society for the Study of Education and Culture (Dec. 1992), 27(2), pp. 9-12.

 

The arch of social dreaming:  Teaching radical pedagogy under the sign of postmodernity.  Social Environment and Adult Learning.  Center for Adult Learning Research.  Montana State University, May 1990, pp. 43-49.

 

Commentary:  An academic chain-letter on postmodernism and education.  Educational Foundations, 4(3), 1990, pp. 88-91.

 

Language, social structure, and the production of subjectivity.  Critical Pedagogy Networker, 1(2/3), 1988, pp. 1-10.

 

The writer as social agent.  University of Toronto Review, no. 11, 1987, p. 24.  Reprinted in Que Ondee Sola, 20(12), June 1987, pp. 4, 10.

 

Peter McLaren and Brian Powers debate theory in education.  Letters Section, Socialist Review, 17, May-August 1987, pp. 183-184.

 

Response to Salvatore D'Urso.  Educational Studies, 18(1), 1987, pp. 184-185.

 

Pirandello on education:  An interview with Richard Courtney.  In Teacher Education (University of Toronto Faculty of Education), 28, April 1986, pp. 17-30.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Resurrecting the spirit of John Dewey and the challenge of critical pedagogy.  Insights:  The John Dewey Society for the Study of Education and Culture, 22(22), 1986, pp. 1-2.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Rejoiner to Rodman Web and Robert Sherman.  Insights:  The John Dewey Society for the Study of Education and Culture, 22(22), p. 3, 1986.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Rejoiner in which Professors Giroux and McLaren Reply to Mr. Lunn's Concern About Languages.  Ontario Public School Teachers' Federation News, February 1, 1986, p. 80.

 

Is there a reviewer in the house?  A Reply to Terry Barker.  Ontario Public School Teachers' Federation News, June 1, 1986, pp. 18, 20.

 

The pursuit of excellence in education:  A reaction.  Insights:  The John Dewey Society for the Study of Education and Culture, 21(2), June 1985, pp. 2-3.

 

Radical and pragmatic politics of education:  The possibility of rapprochement.  Insights:  The John Dewey Society for the Study of Education and Culture, 21(1), May 1985, pp. 2-3.

 

In memoriam:  Jim Montgomerie, 1930-1985.  Ontario Public School Teacher's Federation News, June 1, 1985, p. 40.

 

Schooling and the culture of pain.  International Newsletter for Prison Alternatives, 2(2/3), winter 1984-85, pp. 11-12.

 

Natural justice for justice agencies.  Canadian Dimension, 18(4), 1984, p. 9.

 

Bein' tough:  Rituals of resistance in the culture of working-class schoolgirls.  Canadian Woman Studies, 1, Fall 1982, pp. 20-24.

 

They called it Metro's worst school.  Mudpie, 2(2), 1981, pp. 13-16.

 

The corridor kids.  Today Magazine, April 12, 1980, pp. 20-23.

 

Immigrant children in the schools.  Centerfold, 4(1), October/November 1979, pp. 20-21.

 

 

Book and Film Reviews in Magazines

 

Review of Theology and Praxis:  Epistemological Foundations by Clodovis Boff.  Small Press, 5(4), pp. 64-65, April 1988.

 

The Practical Rebel:  An Essay Review of Jonathan Kozol's 'On Being a Teacher.'  Orbit, 13(3), October 1982.  Reprinted in Ontario Public School Teachers' Federation News (February 1983, pp. 24-26).

 

The Police and the Blacks.  A Review of Home Feeling:  Struggle for Community (National Film Board Documentary).  Mudpie Magazine, 4(7), September 1983.

 

Core:  Stories and Poems Celebrating the Lives of Ordinary People Who Call Toronto Their Home.  Compiled by Ruth Johnson and edited by Enid Lee.  Ontario Public School Teacher's Federation News (December 1982).

 

 

 

 

Works  in  Languages Other than English (articles and , selected)

 

 

Critica Pedagogica para o novo Milenio ­ Perdoando uma Politica Revolutionaria na Era da Globalizacao.  Parte 1. Bolando Aula De Historia. Ano 4, no. 30, June/July 2001, pp. 12-13.

 

Critica Pedagogica para o novo Milenio ­ Perdoando uma Politica Revolutionaria na Era da Globalizacao.  Parte 2. Bolando Aula De Historia. Ano 4, no. 31, August/September 2001, pp. 12-13.

 

 

Critica Pedagogica para o novo Milenio ­ Perdoando uma Politica Revolutionaria na Era da Globalizacao. Parte 3. Bolando Aula De Historia. Ano 4, no. 34, April/May 2002, pp. 11-13.

 

A luta contra a globalizacao.  O Contemporaneo.  Ano 11, No. 14, July, 1998 (Portuguese), p. 3

 

(with Henry Giroux) O Pessimismo Radical de Leon Golub: rumo a uma Pedagogia Critical da Representacao.  In Henry Giroux, Cruzando as Fronteiras do Discurso Educacional.  Porto Alegre, Brasil:  Artmed, 1999, pp. 241-265.

 

(With Zeus Leonardo and Ricky Lee Allen) Violencia Cool en el Espacio Y el Discurso Educativo.  Cuaderno de Pedagogia Rosario. Ano II, No. 4, Noviembre 1998, pp. 13-53.   

 

 

(with Jeff MacSwann) Basil Bernstein: His Work and his Legacy.  Sozialwissenschaftliche,  Literatur Rundschau.  (Germany).  In press.

 

Kritische Erziehungswissenschaft im Zeitalter der Globalisierung. In Heinz Sunker und Heinz-Hermann Kruger, Kritische Erziehungswissenschaft am Neubeginn?! Germany: Suhrkamp, pp. 10-34. 

 

A Pedagogia da Possibilidade de Paulo Freire.  Educação, Sociedad y Culturas (Revista da Associação de Sociologia e Antropologia da Educação), no. 10, pp. 57-82.

 

A Luta por Justiça Social: Breves Reflexões sobre o Ensino Multicultural nos Estados Unidos. Patio: Revista Pedagogica.  Ano 2, No. 6, Agosto/Outubro 1998, pp. 8-11.

 

La Crisis Contemporánea De La Pedagogía Crítica. Bien: Revista Especializada en Ciencias Sociales y de la Educación. Vol. 1, No. 1, 1998. pp. 13-20

 

Entrevista a Peter McLaren.  Despliegos/2 En Sociedad Y Cultura (Año 1-2 - Rosario, 1997, pp. 6-9.

 

Si de Ofrecer Espacios Se Trata: Entrevista a Peter McLaren.  Cuaderno de Pedagogia Rosario.  Año 1 no. 2, pp. 123-136. 

 

El Legado de Lucha y Esperanza de Paulo Freire.  Aula Hoy, Año 3, no. 9, 1997, pp. 3-6. 

 

Kritische Erziebungswissenschaft im Zeitalter der Globalisierung.  In Heinz Sunker und Heinz-Hermann Kruger, eds., Kritische Erziehungswissenschaft am Neubeginn?!  Germany: Suhrkamp, 1998, pp. 10-34.  

 

Unthinking  Whiteness, Rethinking Democracy: Critical Citizenry.  In Chikashi Furukawa (ed.)   Language Management for Multicultural Comunities: Individuals and Communites--Living the Differences.  Tokyo, Japan: The National Language Research Institute (1997). pp. 211-249.  (Japanese)

 

Um Legado de Luta e de Esperanca.  Pátio .   Ano l No. 2, Agosto/Outoburo 1997. pp 10-13 (Portuguese)

 

Traumas do capital: Pedagogia, política e práxis nomercado global.  In Luiz Heron Da Silva (ed.)  A Escola Cidadã No Contexto Da Globalização. (pp. 81-98) Petropolis, RJ Brazil: Editora Vozes Ltda. , 1998.

 

Paulo Freire y la academia.  Un desafio para la izquierda estadounidense.  In Seminario: Paulo Freire y la Critica Cultural.  Centro de Estudios en Pedagogia Critical y A.M.S.A.F.E. (Rosario, Argentina), pp. 73-102.   (Spanish)

 

El Escritor como educador:  El educador como escritor, Communidad Educativa.  No. 7, año 2, September-October, 1995, pp. 32-35.  (Spanish).

 

La experiencia del cuerpo posmoderno:  La pedogogía critica y las políticas de la corporeidad.  In Alicia de Alba (ed.), Posmodernidad y educación.  Mexico City:  CESU, pp. 265-308.  (Spanish)

 

La postmodernidad y la muerte de la politica:  Un indulto brasileño.  In Alica da Alba (ed.), Postmodernidad y Educación.  Mexico City: CESU, 1996, pp. 103-127.  (Spanish)

 

Kritische erziehungswissenschaft in zeitalter der postmoderne ‹ einige herausforderungen für die zukenft.  In Werner Helsper, Heinz-Hermann Krüger and Hartmut Wenzel (eds.), Schule und Gesell Schaft in Umbruch.  Deutsche Studien Verlag:  Weinheim, 1996, pp. 48-70.  (German)

 

Critical pedagogy and predatory culture.  In Luiz E. Pellanda and Nize Pellanda (eds.), Psicanálise:  A Revolução do Olhar,  Petropolis:  Vozes,  1996, pp.  285-304.(Portuguese)

 

(with Henry Giroux) Por una pedagogia Crítica da representação.  In Tomaz Tadeu da Silva and Antonio Flavio Moreira, eds.  Territórios Constestados.  Petrópolis:  Vozes, 1995, pp. 144-158.  (Portuguese)

 

Estrutura da narrativa, Amnésia colonial e sujeitos decentrados:  Rumo a una pedagogia crítica de formação de identidad pós-moderna, Educação.  Ano XVIII, No 28 (1995), pp. 27-55.  (Portuguese)

 

Pós-modernismo, Pós-colonialismo e pedagogia.  In Tomaz Tadeu da Silva (ed.), Teoria Educacional, crítica em tempos pós-modernos.  Porto Alegre:  Artes Médicas, pp. 9‑40.   (Portuguese)

 

Die Ausgeprœte Gleichgültigkeit Gegen¨ber dem Kummer und Leiden der jungen Generation.  Neue Themen, (May) 1996, pp. 15-19.  (German)

 

Die Politik eines kritischen Multikulturalismus.  Widersprüche, HEFT 51, August 1994, pp. 29-37.  (German)

 

Eine Padagogik der Hoffnung und der Freiheit - Paulo Freires Vermachtnis.  Neu Praxis. np 3/97, pp. 286-291. 

 

(with Henry Giroux) Formação do professor como una esfera contrapublica:  A pedagogia radical como una forma de política cultural.  In Antonio Flávio Moreira e Tomaz Tadeu da Silva (eds.) Currículo, Cultura e Sociedad, São Paulo:  Editora Cortez, pp. 125-154.  (Portuguese)

 

Peter McLaren:  La educación en los bordes del pensamiento moderno.  Communidad Educativa, No. 3, Año 2, Enero-Febrero, 1995, pp. 14-17.

 

(with Joe Kincheloe) El Multiculturalismo Crítico y La Escuela Democrática:  Una Entrevista con Peter McLaren y Joe Kincheloe.  Revista Iniciativa:  Educación Cultura y Sociedad, No. 2, pp. 15-18, May 1993.

 

(with Kelly Estrada) Un dialogo sobre multiculturalismo y cultura democraticia.  Collection/Pedagogica/Universitaria. Enero-diciembre 1993.  Universidad Veracruzana.  pp. 11-40.  (Reprint) (Spanish)

 

Prefacio:  Teoría Crítica y Significado de la Esperanza.  In the Spanish translation of Teachers as Intellectuals by Henry A. Giroux.  Spain:  Paidos, pp. 11-30.

 

La Lucha Por La Reforma Curricular en Los Estados Unidos de Norte América:  ¿Qué Está Faltando en el Debate Público?  In Alicia de Alba (ed.), El Curriculum Universitario de Cara al Nuevo Milenio.  Centro de Estudios Sobre la Universidad, Secretaría de Desarrolio Social, Universidad de Guadalajara, México, pp. 135-152.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux) Reproduciendo la reproduccion: translation of Teacher as Intellecutals by Henry A. Giroux.  Spain:  Paidos, pp. 239-249.

 

La Educación del Profesor y la Politica de Reforma Democrática.  In the Spanish translation of Teachers as Intellectuals by Henry A. Giroux.  Spain:  Paidos, pp. 12-237.

 

(with Henry A. Giroux).  Teacher education and the politics of engagement.  In Nathan Gover and Itai Zimran (eds.), Extraordinarily Re-experiencing the Ordinary.  Jerusalem, Israel: David Yellin Teachers College, 1993, pp. 110-74 (Hebrew).

 

(with Henry A. Giroux) Introduction.  In Nathan Gover and Itai Zimran (eds.), Extraordinarily Re-experiencing the Ordinary.  Jerusalem, Israel:  David Yellin, Teachers College, 1993, pp. 13-16  (Hebrew).

 

(with Rhonda Hammer) Le Paradoxe de L'Image:  Connaissance Médiatique et Déclin de la Qualité de la Vie.  Anthropologie et Sociétés, vol. 16, no. 1, 1992, pp. 21-39 (lead article).

 

¿Nuevos Rumbos Para la Educación Critica?  McLaren y la Pedagogia Posmoderna.  Enrique Recio Avil y Vicente Carvera Alvarez, Colaboradores de Psiyque, entrevistan a Peter McLaren.  Psiyque, 1(2), 1992-1995, pp. 75-79.

 

Ritual e Ideología (Afterword to the Brazilian Edition of Schooling as a Ritual Performance).  Brazil:  Editora Vozes Ltda, 1992, pp. 346-363.

 

Las Colisiones con los otros:  Teoría del 'viajero,' crítica post-colonial y la política como práctica etnográfica.  La misión del etnógrafo comprometido.  Perspectivas Docentes, No. 10 (Enero-Abril, 1993, pp. 3-15 (Spanish).

 

La Pedagogía Crítica, el multiculturalismo y La Política del Riesgo y de la Resistencia.  Investigación Educativa, Universidad lberoamericana, Plantel Golfo-Centro, Puebla-Aflixco, Mexico, 1992, pp. 43-81.

 

Peter McLaren y La Pedagogia Critica.  Interview with G. Angélica Valenzuela Ojeda.  Diorama Educativo, Año 3, No. 5, Segunda época, 1993, pp. 49-50, Mexico.  (Spanish).

 

Peter McLaren:  La educación en los bordes del pensamiento moderno.  Propuesta Educativa, Año 4, No. 7, Octubre de 1992, pp. 78-81.  (Spanish)

 

La Teoría de la Sociología Crítica y sus Implicaciones en el Pensamiento Educativo' Educere (Mexico), 1991, vol. 8, no 3, pp 11-14.  (Spanish)

 

Paulo Freire e o Postmoderno.  Educaçao & Realidade, vol. 12, no. 1, 1987, pp. 3-13.  (Portuguese)

 

Pedagogía Crítica.  Las Políticas de la Resistencia y un Lenguaje de Esperanza.  Formacion de Profesionales de la Educación (UNAM, UNESCO, ANUIES, Mexico City) pp. 19-50.  (Spanish) also published in TEL 9 num. 9 (University of Barcelona).

 

(with Henry Giroux) Linguagem, escola e subjetividade:  Elementos para um discurso pedagógico critico, Educaçao and Realidade, 18(2), 1993, pp. 21-35.  (Portuguese)

 

Rytuaine wymiary oporu - blaznowanie i symboliczna inwersja, Nieobecne Dyskursy, 1, 1991 Torun, Poland, 66-79.  (Polish)

 

Jezyk, struktura spoleczna i tworzenie podmiotowosci.  Nieobecne Dyskursy, 2, Torun, Poland, 1992, pp. 38-56.  (Polish)

 

Edukacja jako system kulturowy.  Nieobecne Dyskursy, 4, (pod redakcja Zbigniewa Kwiecinskiego)  1994, pp. 5-46.  (Polish)

 

Pedagogika Freirego wobec postmodernizmu i kondycji akademii.  In Jerzego Brzezinski and Lecha Witkowski, eds., Edukacja.  Posnan and Torun: Wydawnictwo EDYTOR, pp. 486-506.

 

Translated Works in Progress

 

Critical Pedagogy in the Age of Global Capitalism.  In Alicia de Alba (ed.), Rasgos y contornos del curriculum universitario.

 

Critical Pedagogy and Curriculum Reform in the United States.  Mexico City, UNAM, forthcoming (article, proceedings from conference).

 

Series Editor

 

(1)  Co-Editor of Book Series with Joe Kincheloe and Shirley Steinberg.  The Edge:  Critical Conversations with Educational Theory.  Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado (1997-2001).  The series published or is publishing the following books:

 

Education and the American Future.  Stanley Aronowitz.  In progress

 

Imperialism, and Education in Latin America by Adriana Puiggros. 2000

 

Discourse Wars in Gotham-West: A Latino Immigrant Urban Tale of Resistance and Agency.  By Marc Pruyn, 1999. 

 

Presence of Mind: Education and the Politics of Deception.  Pepi Leistyna, 1999.

 

Everyday Knowledge and Uncommon Truths: Women of the Academy Linda K Christian-Smith and Kristine S. Kellor (editors). 1999.

 

      Teachers as Cultural Workers by Paulo Freire.  1998.

 

      Power/Knowledge/Pedagogy., edited by Dennis Carlson and Michael Apple. 1998.

 

      The Misteaching of Academic Disourse.  Lilia I. Bartolome.  1998 

 

 

      Revolutionary Multiculturalism; Pedagogies of Dissent for the New Millennium

     by Peter McLaren, 1997.

 

     Kinderculture: The Corporate Construction of  Childhood edited by Shirley Steinberg and Joe Kincheloe, 1997.

 

     Pedagogy and the Politics of Hope: Theory, Culture, and Schooling by Henry Giroux, 1996.

 

     Literacies of Power by Donaldo Macedo, 1995.

 

     (2) Co-Editor of Book Series with Henry A. Giroux, Teacher Empowerment and School Reform.  State University of New York Press.  The series  published from 1989 - 1997 and included the following:

 

Britain, Derek. (1996)  The modern practice of adult education.

 

Britzman, Deborah P.  (1991).  Practice makes practice:  A critical study of learning to teach.

 

Brunner, Diane.  (1994).  Inquiry and reflection:  Framing narrative practice in education.

 

Fine, Michelle.  (1991).  Framing dropouts:  Notes on the politics of an urban high school.

 

Forbes, David J.  (1992).  False fixes:  The American drug culture and the anti-drug movement.

 

Gadotti, Moacir.  (1993).  Reading Paulo Freire.

 

Gadotti, Moacir.(1995)  Pedagogy as Praxis,.

 

Giroux, Henry A. & McLaren, Peter L.  (eds.).  (1989).  Critical pedagogy, the state, and cultural struggle.

 

Giroux, Henry A.,  (ed.).  (1991).  Postmodernism, feminism, and cultural politics:  redrawing educational boundaries.

 

Goodman, Jessee.  (1992).  Elementary schooling for critical democracy.

 

Haymes, Stephen Nathan.  (1993,).  Race, culture, and the city:  A pedagogy for black urban struggle.

 

Hernandez, Adrianna. (1997)  Pedagogy, democracy, feminism, and the rethinking of the public sphere.

 

Kincheloe, Joe L., & Pinar, William F.  (eds.)  (1991).  Curriculum as social psychoanalysis:  The significance of place.

 

Kreisberg, Seth.  (1991).  Transforming power:  Domination, empowerment, and education.

 

Lankshear, Colin, & McLaren, Peter L.  (eds.)  (1993).  Critical literacy:  Politics, praxis, and the postmodern.

 

Marcia Moraes, Bilingual education:  A dialogue with the Bakhtin Circle.  Albany, New York, State University of New York Press, 1996.

 

McLaren, Peter L., & Giarelli, James M.  (1995).  Critical theory and educational research.

 

Niebla, Gilberto Guevara, & Freire, Paulo.  (1994).  Paulo Freire on higher education:  A dialogue at the National University of Mexico.

 

Raymond Allan Morrow and Torres, Carlos Alberto. (1995)  Social theory and education:  A critique of social and cultural reproduction.

 

Schwoch, J., White, M., & Reilly, S.  (eds.).  (1992).  Media knowledge:  Readings in popular culture, pedagogy, and critical citizenship.

 

Sehr, David.  (1993).  Education for public democracy.

 

Sleeter, Christine E.  (ed.)  (1990).  Empowerment through multicultural education.

 

Sleeter, Christine E., & McLaren, Peter L.  (eds.)  (1995).  Multicultural education, critical pedagogy, and the politics of difference.

 

Stanley, William B.  (1992).  Curriculum for utopia:  Social and critical pedagogy in the postmodern era.

 

Street, Annette Fay.  (1991).  Inside nursing:  A critical ethnography of clinical nursing practice.

 

Walters, Kerry S.  (1993).  Re-thinking reason:  New perspectives in critical thinking.

 

Ward, Irene.  (1994).  Literacy, ideology, and dialogue:  Towards a dialogic pedagogy.

 

Weiler, Kathleen, & Mitchell, Candace.  (eds.).  (1992).  What schools can do:  Critical pedagogy and practice.

 

Welton, Michael R.  (ed.) (1997).  Critical perspectives on adult learning:  New directions for adult education from social and educational theory.

 

 

Academic Conferences

 

Conference Co-Organizer

 

(with William Tierney and Lou Miron) First Annual Qualitative Methodology Conference sponsored by USC, UCLA and UCI.  Reclaiming Voices:  Ethnographic Inquiry and Qualitative Research in a Postmodern Age.  University of Southern California, June 20-22/97

 

Advisory Board member  for 2nd annual qualitative methodology conference sponsored by USC, UCLA and UCI.  Reclaiming Voices:  Ethnographic Inquiry and Qualitative Research in a Postmodern Age.  University of California, Irvine, June 4-6/99.

 

 

 

 

 

Invited Presentations:  International

 

 

 

 

2003

 

Oldenburg, Germany

 

November 27-29

 

Gave one opening speech and served on two panels at:

Human Rights Education and the Relevance of Paulo Freire's Educational Approach,

Conference of the German Institute for Human Rights sponsored by

 

The Paulo Freire Kooperation, the UNESCO Institute for Education and the Faculty of Educational Research at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany, November 27-29, 2003.

 

Speech:  Critical Pedagogy in the Age of Empire: Challenging the Imperial Agenda of the Bush Administration

 

Panelist: Education, Liberation and Human Rights.

Panelist:  The Pedagogy of Freire on a Global Scale. Popular Education and Human Rights Education Against Continents.

 

November
 
Seoul, Korea, November 12-13.

 

 

Presentation: Critical Pedagogy in the Age of Neoliberal Globalization.

Conference: The Role of Education in the 21st Century. November 12, 2003. Hoam Convention Center, Seoul National University.

 

 

 
 
 
August
 
Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico, August 21-22,

 

Sponsored by Estudios de Postgrado, Universidad Pedagogica Veracruzana

 

Pedagogia Critica, VIII Seminario Internacional

Four public lectures:

 

(1) Globalizacion, economia el imperialismo norteamericano, la guerra de terrorismo, y los retos para la Pedagogia Critica.

 

(2) Origenes, causas, consecuencias y principales categorias de la Pedagogia Critica

 

(3) La Pedagogia Critica vs. La Supremacia Blanca: Nuevos Retos

 

(4) Los Limites de la Pedagogia Critica y las nuevas tendencias para el futuro de la Pedagogia Critica

 

 

 

Response to the Panel discussion of my book, El Che Guevara, Paulo Freire y la Pedagogia de la Revolucion.

 

        

 

April

 

 

Friday, April 11

 

International Conference on Multicultural Education

University of Tijuana, Tijuana, Mexico.

 

Opening Keynote Address

 

Saturday, April 12

 

Closing Keynote Address

 

 

 

 

2002

 

 

 

November 5

 

Rio de Janiero, Brazil.

 

 

Public Lecture (attended by 700 people). Pedagogia Revolucionaria em Tempos de Globalizacao.  Instituto Superior de Estudos Pedagogicos.

 

 

September  5-6

 

Pretoria, South Africa.

 

 

Tuesday 3 September, 11h00-12h30 Public lecture WITS/RAU (University of Witwatersrand),

 WITS/RAU, "Critical Pedagogy in the Age of Neoliberal Globalization:

Reflections on Life in Schools." Essay rethinks previous work in

Life in Schools post 9-11.

 

 

UNISA (University of South Africa) (Pretoria, Muckleneuk Main Campus, Samuel Pauw Seminar room 1)

Wednesday, 4 September, 10h00 - 11h30

Venue: Room 1 of the Samuel Pauw Building at the Unisa Library, Muckleneuk Main Campus, Pretoria.

Public lecture  "Critical multiculturalism: new directions in multicultural and non-racist education".

A general intro and some of your thoughts on multiculturalism and diversity - these  are issues we are really working with here.

 

SEMINAR

UNISA Venue: (Pretoria, Muckleneuk Main Campus, AJH van der Walt Building  room 6-90)

Wednesday, 4 September 14h00 - 16h00 Seminar conducted with the Unisa Interest Group for Philosophy of Education,

Seminar:  "Towards a Contemporary Philosophy of Praxis"

 

 KEYNOTE ADDRESS

 

Keynote Speaker

'Guerilla Pedagogy and the Dialectics of Terrorism.'

 

8th Qualitative Methods Conference: "Something for nothing"

Physical conference: 5-6 Sept 2002, Pretoria, South Africa

Virtual conference: 1 May to 31 Sept 2002

 

"Something for nothing" is the 8th in a series of South African Qualitative Methods Conferences. Although qualitative methods have been a critical rallying point in many academic disciplines, the conferences have not been strictly about methodology, but rather about encouraging debate more broadly about knowledge politics in and around academia.

 

 

 

SEMINAR

UNIV OF PRETORIA and the South Africa College for Teacher Education (GROENKLOOF CAMPUS) Friday, 6 September 9h00 - 12h00 Seminar: Postgraduate research training seminar at University of Pretoria & SA College for Teacher Education, "Critical theory in educational research".

We intend to have two presentations, followed by Q&A:

1.  Critical Pedagogy within a context of globalization

2.  Multiculturalism

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 24-August 3

 

Veracruz, Mexico

Four lectures to Graduate Students at the

 

SEMINARIO DE EDUCACION MULTICULTURAL EN VERACRUZ

INSTITUTO DE INVESTIGACIONES EN EDUCACION

UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA

 

 

March 21

 

Ensenada, Mexico

 

Magisterial Address: Critical Pedagogy in the Age of Globalization. Conference: Educational Administration in Latin America. Campus Ensenada del Centro Universitario de Tijuana

 

March 22

International Panel (Cuba, Mexico, U.S.A)  The Future of Mexican Education.

2001

 

December 27-30

 

Doctoral Seminar. Campus Ensenada del Centro Universitario de Tijuana.

Doctorado en Educacion (2000, 2001)

Also keynote speech open to public: 'Critical Pedagogy Post-9-11.'

 

November 30

 

Presenter. 'The Struggle for Social Justice post September 11.Expo Guadalajara [The Guadalajara International Festival of Books]. Guadalajara, Mexico. This book fair is one of the largest and most prestigious cultural events in Latin America.

 

June 22

 

Presentation.  Globalization and the Politics of Educational Policy.

Conference: Political Socialization, Participation, and Education. June 20-24. University of Wuppertal, Germany.

 

 

 

2000

 

December 27-29

 

Doctoral Seminar. Campus Ensenada del Centro Universitario de Tijuana.

Doctorado en Educacion (1999, 2000)

Also keynote speech open to public: 'Critical Pedagogy and the End of Politics.'

 

December 1

 

Friday morning 10:10~12:10) keynote speech at the Conference for TASE (Taiwan Association for the Sociology of Education):

Revolutionary Multiculturalism and the Politics of Hope: Teaching for Political, Cultural, and Economic Transformation

 

 

November 27-30-Taiwan

 

November 30

(Thursday afternoon 14:00~17:00) at National Hualien Teachers College:

     Neoliberalism, Pedagogy, and Globalization: A Critique from the Margins

November 29

 Talk (Wednesday afternoon 14:00~16:00) at Taipei Municipal Teachers College (Taiwan):

     Towards a Pedagogy for Critical Citizenship

November 28

 Talk (Tuesday afternoon 14:00~1600) at National Taiwan Normal University (Taiwan):

     Teaching against globalization and the new imperialism.

November 27

 Talk (Monday evening 18:30~20:30) at National Pintung Teachers College (Taiwan):

     Neoliberalism, Pedagogy, and Globalization: A Critique from the Margins

 

 

 

November 18

Keynote speech: 'Globalizacion, Neoliberalismo y Politica de Pedagogia'. La Universidad Pedagogica Nacional, Guadalajara, Mexico.

 

November 16 & 17

Conferencia Magistral de Peter McLareen, La Pedagogia Critica. Responses to my work (1988 to present) by: Alica De Alba (UNAM); Rosa Ma. Torres (UPN); Adelina Castaneda (UPN);Aurora Elizondo (UPN) and Etelvina Sandoval (UPN). La Universidad Pedagogica Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico.

 

September 29

 

Keynote speech to  literacy workers. "Alfabetizacion y construccion de ciudadania en el tercer milenio" organizado por la Facultad de Filosofia y Letras de la Universidad, University of Buenos Aires.

 

September 30-31.

 

Workshops on literacy and critical pedagogy. Union of Students. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

August 25

Invited Lecture. Instituto Superior de Estudos Pedagogicos. Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

 

August 26

Keynote Speech. Conference: Os Reflexos Da Cultura Brasileira Na Educacao. EFEI. Espaco De Formacao Do Educador Infantil. Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

 

August 24

Keynote speech. Conference: Educacao Faz Diferenca: Linguagens e Contextos. Sponsored by GRUHBAS Projetos Educacionais. Santos, Brasil.

 

August 23

Two lectures at the Centro Universitario Monte Serrat in Santos, Brasil. (One lecture for students training to be grade 6 teachers, and a second lecture for students training to be grade 3). 

 

August 22

Invited Lecture. Colegio Sao Domingos (affiliated with Pontificia Universidade Catolica). Sao Paulo, Brasil.

 

July 7

The Seventh International Literacy and Education Research Network Conference on Learing.

Plenary Session:Neo-liberalism and the End of Politics: Towards a Contraband Pedagogy

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Melbourne, Australia)

 

 

 

July 12

Public Lecture.

Critical Pedagogy in the Age of Globalization.

Sponsored by the University of Western Australia and Murdoch University and the Australian Institute of Education

 

University of Western Australia (Perth, Australia)

 

July 13

Departmental Seminar Series: Unthinking Whiteness: Rethinking Democracy Sponsored by The Center for Inclusive Education, The Australian Institute of Educaiton and the Australian Association for Research in Education.

 

 

University of Western Australia (Perth, Australia)

 

 

 

Invited Seminar: The Politics of Multicultural Education.

Edith Cowan University (Perth, Australia)

 

 

February 17-19

 

Invited Presentation. Liderazgo revolucionarico y praxis Pedagogica: el legado del Che Guevara. Instituto Superior de Arte, Havana, Cuba. Marxismo Hoy: Una Mirada Desde La Izquierda.

 

 

 

1999

 

December 19-21

Seminar: Campus Culiacan del Centro Universitario de Tijuana.

Doctorado en Educacion.

 

 

December 13-15

Seminar: Campus Ensenada del Centro Universitario de Tijuana.

Doctorado en Educacion.

 

November 26, 1999

Annual Meeting of Finnish Social Psychologists. Social Psychology in the Next Millenium. Keynote Lecture: 'The Social Psychologist as Critical Social Agent.' Kuopio, Finland.

 

 November 23, 1999

Invited Lecture. University of Tampere. 

Tampere, Finland

 

November 21, 1999

Keynote Address. University of Lapland.

Rovaniemi, Finland

 

November 8, 1999

Keynote Speaker.  Education for Co-existence. University of Haifa, Israel

 

September 7, 1999

Invited Seminar.  University of Community, Santa Cruz do Sul, Brasil.

 

 

May, 1999

Mexicali, Mexico.   

Course taught at Campus Mexicali del Centro Universitario Tijuana.

Doctorado en Educacion.

 

 

January 1999

Keynote Speaker.  Primer Congreso de Educacion Primaria: "Análisis y perspectivas de la Educación Primaria en Costa Rica hacia el nuevo siglo." University of Costa Rico.  San Jose, Costa Rico, January 26,-28.

 

 

 

1998

 

Editora Artes Médicas Sul Ltda. Porto Alegre, Brazil

 

July 9

 

A Violência da Exclusão e Perspectivas Pedagógicas para Adolescentes em Situação de Risco Social.

 

V Seminário Internacional de Reestructuração Curricular, Secretaria Municpal de Educacao de Porto Alegre, Brazil:

     A Escola Cidadã no Contexto da Globalização.

 

July 6

 

Panel member:  Paulo Freire e Educação Popular.

 

July 8 and 11

 

Traumas do capital: pedagogia, política e práxis no mercado global.

 

University of Jyvœskylœ, Dept. of Education  Finland

 

May 19

 

Open lecture "Critical pedagogy in the age of Globalization"

Doctorate seminar on Critical Pedagogy

 

May 20

 

Lecture/discussion at doctorate seminar "The Wounded Ethnographer"

 

University of Helsinki,Department of Education, Finland

 

May 22

Open lecture in Helsinki "Critical Pedagogy in the Age of Globalization"

 

Universidad Pedagogica Nacional, San Luis Potiso, Mexico

 

March 26

 

Las Nociones de Supremacia Blanca (Anglosajona), Identidad y Multiculturalidad.

 

March 27

 

La Pedaagogia Critica; Entre  El Postmodernismo y Los Legados Del Che Guevara.

 

January 16

 

Juarez, Mexico. 

 

Keynote Lecture:  The Pedagogy of Che Guevara.  Sponsored by Servicios Educativos del Estado de Chihuahua; Center for Research on the Education of Students Placed At Risk; Johns Hopkins University and Howard University.

 

1997

 

August 8

 

Aguacalientes, Mexico

 

Keynote Address: Unthinking Whiteness, Rethinking Democracy and Education.

V11 Curso y Talleres de Educacion y Derechos Humanos.  "Educacion, Democracia y Nueva Ciudadania."  Conference on Democracy and Human Rights.

 

June 5

 

Rosario, Argentina.

 

Education and the Struggle for Liberation.  (Public speech at the University of Rosario, Argentina)

 

Presented a series of lectures for a course I taught entitled: Curso Internacional:  Identitdad, Cultura Educacion, Escuela de Ciencias de la Educacion, National University of Rosario, June 6-7, 1997 

 

June 6

 

(morning) Pedagogia, subjetividad, identiday y deseo (University of Rosario)

(afternoon) Mitos y rituales escolares (University of Rosario)

 

June 7

 

Culturas depredadoras y contranarrativas  (University of Rosario)

 

May 29-31

 

Salvador, Bahia, Brasil.

 

Conference organized by Desafio (NGO):  Reuniao Internacional de Pedagogia Critica: Cultura e Educacao,

 

May 31

Rituais na Escola

 

May 30

Pedagogia Critica na Escola Contemporanea

 

May 29

Educacao, Cultura e Sociedade

 

April 28-May 2, 1997

 

Mexicali, Mexico.

   

Course taught at Campus Mexicali del Centro Universitario Tijunana.

Doctorado en Educacion.

 

May 2

Unthinking Whiteness: Dismantling White Supremacist Ideology in Education

 

May 1

Education and Democracy: Towards a Critical Pedagogy for the New Millenium

 

April 30

Subjectivity and Identity in Education

 

April 29

The Struggle for Voice: Race, Class and Gender in Education

 

April 28

Gramsci, Marcuse, Habermas:  Critical Theory and the Formation of Teachers

 

January 17-18, 1997.

Juarez, Mexico

 

Keynote address: Unthinking Whiteness, Rethinking Democracy. 

     Creando Una Pedagogia Fronteriza.  Cd. Juarez, Chichuahua.  Mexico Researchers' Binational Learning Community Session.  Sponsored by Servicios Educativos del Estado de Chihuahua; Center for Research on the Education of Students Placed At Risk; Johns Hopkins University and Howard University.  

 

1996

 

Presenter, IV Colloquio Internacional:  Curriculum y siglo xxi.  La universidad frente al cambio tecnologico.  Universidad Mexico City . Mexico City, Mexico Dec. 2-6, 1996.

 

Presentation.  Becoming a Critical Educator:  The Struggle for Justice. Universidad Pedagogica National.  Mexico City. December 4, 1996. 

 

Seminario: "Educacion y Diversidad Cultural." Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. Aragon, Mexico.  November 27,28 and 29, 1996.

 

'Linguistics, Multiculturalism and Democracy.'  Language Management for Multicultural Communities:  Negiotiating Literacies, Discourses, and Identities.  Third Conference on Language Management, The National Language Institute of Tokyo's Fourth International Symposium, United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan, September 20-22, 1996.

 

Keynote Speech.  Cuartas jornadas de cultura pedagogia.  Escuela normal superior de nayarit, Nayarit, Mexico, 22-27, July, 1996.

 

Presentation.  La Educación Crítica y la academia america libre:  Seminario internacional desafios de la Universidad de Cara al Año 2000.  La experiencia latinoamericana.  Rosario, Argentina, June 15, 1996.

 

Los maestros y la cultura:  Nuevos horizontes pedagógicos.  Centro de estudios en pedagogía critica, Rosario, Argentina, June 14, 1996.

 

 

Nuevos horizontes pedagógicos.  Foro cultural de la UNL.  Santa Fe, Argentina, June 18, 1996.

 

Gramsci, Freire and Habermas:  Critical perspectives.  Universidad Federal de Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, May 13, 1996.

 

Critical Multiculturalism.  Universidad ederal de Santa Catarina.  Florianopolis, Brasil, May 8, 1996. 

 

Critical approaches to school reform.  Binational Conference.  Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez.  Jan 26-29, 1996.  (Juárez, Mexico)

 

1995

 

Critical Pedagogy and Social Analysis.  Kritische Erziehung Swissen Schaft am Neubeginn?  September 27-30, Halle, East Germany.  Martin -Luther Universitat (September 27-30, 1995).

 

Public Lecture:  Multiculturalismo e subjectividade critica.  Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina.  Florianopolis, Brasil (September 8, 1995).

 

Presenter:  Culture and Identity:  City, Nation, World.  2nd Theory Culture and Society Conference.  Berlin Alexanderplatz (August 1995).

 

Keynote Address.  Escuela Normal Superior de Nayarit Cuidad de la Cultura 'Amaola Nervo' Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico (July 24, 1995).

 

Globalism: Challenges for Education and Research.  (Panel presentation)  Fourth Puerto Rican Congress of Research in Education. San Juan, Puerto Rico (February 22-24, 1995).

 

Magisterial lecture.  Methodological Approaches in Education Research Abreast A Changing World.  Fourth Puerto Rican Congress of Research in Education.  San Juan, Puerto Rico (February 22-24, 1995).

 

The politics of Global Education for Social Justice.  International Conference: Schools in the Process of Reflexive Modernity.  Martin Luther Universitat.  Halle, Wittenberg, Germany (February 16-18, 1995). 

 

1994

 

Grandes retos de la investigacion educativa en el contexto social actual.  Universidad Pedagogica Nacional.  Unidad Mexicali (October, 1994).

 

Lecture:  Rituais na Escola.  Universidade de São Paulo, Faculdade de Educaçao Didática, Teorias de Ensino e Practícas Escolares.  São Paulo, Brasil (September  15, 1994).

 

Seminarío Intensivo

     Intensive 20 hour course, Monday, September 5 ­ Friday, September 9, 1994.  Centro Ciencias da Educaçao,  Curso de Mestrado em Educaçao, Program de Pós Graduacao em Educaçao.  Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina.  Campus Trinade, Florianopolis, Brasil.

 

Two Lectures:  1) Pedagogia Crítica e cultura popular.  2)  Pedagogia Pós­moderna.  Faculdade de Educaçao, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.  Programa de Pós Graduacao em Educaçao.  Porto Alegre, Brasil (September 14, 1994).

 

Lecture:  Rituais na Escola.  Pontifica Universidade Catotica de São Paulo.  Programa de Estudos Pós ­ Graduados em Psicologia da Educaçao  e Historia e Filosophia da Educaçao, e Supervisáoe curriculo, Pontifica Universidade Catolica.  São Paulo, Brasil (September 14, 1994).

 

Presenter, 'La cultura hegemónica y los procesos del curriculum democrático.'  Universidad Nacional Autonóma de Mexico, Escuela Nacional de Estudios Profesionales Aragon, Mexico City (June 17, 1994).

 

Presenter, III Colloquio Internacional:  Curriculum y siglo xxi.  Perspectivas del curriculum ante los retos del siglo xxi, Universidad Mexico City (June 11, 1994).

 

Coordinador del seminario:  Bases teóricas de la pedagogía crítica.  Universidad Veracruzana, Xalapa City, tres dias (1994, June).

 

Conferencia Magistral:  Medio ambiente, derechos humanos y educación.  Universidad AngloHispanoMexicana, Puebla, Mexico (June 1994).

 

Seminario:  Pedagogia crítica y Posmodernismo.  La Universidad de Sonora y El Sindicato de Trabajadores, México (1994, May 23-27).

 

Jornada sobre el curriculum en la educación superior:  Implicaciones para la Universidad Veracruzana.  Auditorio del Museo de Antropología, Universidad Pedagógica Veracruzana, Xalapa City, Mexico (6 de May de 1994).

 

1993

 

Communication and development in a postmodern era:  Re-evaluating the Freirean legacy.  Penang, Malaysia.  6-9 December, 1993.

 

Invited address, II Conferência Internacional de Sociologia da Educaçao Escola e Democracia Cidadania e Desenrolvimento.  Faro Portugal (8, 9 e 10 Setembro 1993).

 

Keynote address.  International Conference on the Human Sciences, Groningen, The Netherlands (August, 1993).

 

Invited address, Seminarío Internacional de Interdisciplinario, Centro de Artes e Letras, University of Santa Maria, Santa Maria, Brasil (1993, July 4-8).

 

1992

 

Escola:  Libertacao ou dominacao?  Associacao Brasileira de Neurologiae Psiquiatria Infantil, Associacao Medica do Rio Grande do sul, Porto Alegre, Brasil (August, 1992).

 

Subjetividade e violéncia epistémica.  Secretaria Municipal de Educaçao and Associacão médica do rio grande do sul and Associacão Brasileira de Neuropsiquiatria Infantil, ABENEPI.  Porto Alegre, Brasil (August, 1992).

 

Post-Colonial Pedagogy, Transcultural Subjectivity and the Politics of Liberation.  Universidade Federal de Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brasil (August, 1992).

 

Resistance and Counter-Narrative.  Pontifícia Universidade Católica, Porto Alegre, Brasil (August, 1992).

 

Counter Memory and Cultural Resistance.  Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos, Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación, Paraná, Argentina,  Simposio International:  Perspectivas del Curriculum Universitario Ante el Siglo XXI (August, 1992).

 

Subjectivity and Counter-Narratives of Cultural Resistance.  Instituto de Estudios y Accion Social, Buenos Aires, Argentina (August, 1992).

 

Critical Multiculturalism and Counter-Narrative of Liberation.  Universidad IberoAmericana, Puebla, Mexico.  Symposium Sobre Investigación Educativa.  Logros y retos frente al año 2000 (August, 1992).

 

Ritual/Counter-Ritual:  Lacan, Derrida, Foucault, Habermas, and the Implications of their Work for Developing a Critical Pedagogy of Resistance.  Universidad Nacional de Entre Rios.  Parana, Argentina (August, 1992).

 

Seminario:  Pedagogía crítica y Posmodernidad.  Universidad Pedagógica Veracruzana, Xalapa City, México (Del 23 al 26 Noviembre de 1992).

 

Critical theory and the politics of liberation.  Conducted at the Institute for Social Sciences, N. Copernicus University, Torun, Poland (1992, Winter).

 

The politics of curriculum transformation.  Warsaw, Poland (1992, Winter).

 

Postmodernism and pedagogy:  A North American perspective.  Posnan, Poland (1992, Winter).

 

 

1991

 

Invited Speaker:  Lev. Coloquio Internacional:  Curriculum y Siglo XXI.  Mexico City, Mexico (1991, April 22-26).

 

1989

 

Invited address, Sociedad, Cultura y Educación.  UNAM (Mexico City), Universidad de Guadalajara, El Instituto Michoacano de Ciencia Investigación y Desarrollo Institucional (1989, May 22-26).

 

The open veins of Latin America:  A critical dialogue between the north and south.  University of Queretaro (1989, May).

 

Towards a pedagogy of struggle and hope.  Autonomous National University of Mexico City, Mexico (1989, May).

 

Dreaming dialectically and the spirit of Gramsci.  University of Guadalajara, May 1989.

 

 

1988

 

Critical theory, cultural hegemony, and the struggle for social justice:  A perspective for Latin America.  Seminar, Internaci, UNESCO, and Autonomous National University of Mexico, City, Mexico City, Mexico (1988, November 15).

 

Constructing a curriculum for social justice.  Escuela Normal Superior Num. 1 del Estado de Mexico, Toluca, Mexico (televised live) (1988, November 17).

 

Pedagogical theory, intellectual life, and the struggle for democratic reform.  University of Guadalajara, Guadalajara Mexico (1988, November 22).  Lectures for this conference were also delivered at Centro de Estudios Sobre la Universidade, Mexico City and included:  Critical Theory and Educational Reform, June 7, 1988; and Curriculum Perspectives:  Giroux-McLaren, June 8, 1988; Lecture at Escuela Nacional de Estudios Profesionales, Aragon, Mexico City:  Critical Ethnography and the Curriculum:  Trends and Possibilities.

 

Beyond the discourse of critique and anti-utopianism.  Instituto Politecnico do Faro, Portugal (1988, April).

 

 

1987

 

 

Schooling, subjectivity and the politics of experience.  Sociedad Interamericana de Psicología, Havana, Cuba, Invited Lecturer (1987, June 28-July 3).

 

Prior to 1987, all my academic talks were in Canada, where I resided until 1985.

 

 

 

 

Invited Presentations, Keynote Addresses, and Critic:  National (U.S. and Canada)

 

 

2003

 

December 10

 

Featured Presenter

Colloqium on The Intercultural Campus by Greg Tanaka

Book Event

 

December 9

 

National University.

Featured Presenter in a Colloquium on

Critical Pedagogy.

 

 

December 5, 6,

 

San Francisco.

 

Keynote Speaker

 

Center for Anti-Oppressive Education

National Conference on Empowering Teachers in Times of War

 

 

October 10-12

 

Olympia, Washington

 

Fostering Alternatives to Violence: The Annual Conference of the Peace and Justice Association. Evergreen College, Olympia, Washington

 

Keynote Address. 'The Challenge for Critical Educators in the Age of Imperialism'

Also presented on a panel with two of my doctoral students.

 

 

Los Angeles, California

Participant, Panel on Che Guevara

THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 7-9PM: PANEL DISCUSSION.

 Che Guevara and the Cuban Revolution, Then and Now...

Self Help Graphics

East Los Angeles

3802 Avenida Cesar Chavez, Los Angeles 90063-1896

 

An event that is part of  'Che Y Que!', an exhibition of 60 images of Ernesto Che Guevara by four prominent Cuban Photographs.

 

 

Santa Barbara, California

 

Towards a Critical Globalization Studies: Continued Debates, New Directions, and Neglected Topics.  International Conference

 

 

 

Saturday, May  2.  

 

Panelist, Morning Plenary, 9 ­ 11 am: Globalization, Resistance, and Alternative Globalizations

                            

                 

 

        

 

         Saturday, May 2. 

 

Panelist, Globalization, Military Conflict, and Terrorism

                 

Sunday, May 3.   

 

May Presider, Concluding Plenary and Discussion:

 

Wednesday, March 24.

 

California State University, Fullerton. Distinguished Lecture Series.

Speech: Critical Multiculturalism and the Struggle for Democracy

 

 

 

 

Thursday, March 13, 2003

 

Anti-War Teach in at Antioch College, Los Angeles

Presentation: Imperialism and Capitalism: The Question of War

 

 

Friday, February 7, 2003

 

 

Invited speaker

Workshop, Transnationalism, Ethnicity, and the

Public Sphere at University of Oregon, Eugene

6-8 February 2003

 

Saturday, January 25, 2003

One of three invited panel members

re: Progressive Legacies presentation at AACTE's 2003 Annual Meeting, New Orleans.

 

 

 

2002

 

Monday, October 28

 

Distinguished Guest Speaker

Odyssey Theme-Year Project at the California State University, Long Beach. 'The World We are Making.'

Democracy Under Siege: Critical Education in Uncertain Times.

(2 lectures)

Previous speakers included Ralph Nader, Erin Brockovich, and Patch Adams.

 

 

Wednesday, June 26

 

Keynote Speaker

Co-teach Summer Institute 2002.

Washington State University.

 

Wednesday, June 5

 

Featured Speaker. Miami University of Ohio, School of Education and Allied Professions, Department of Educational Leadership. Miami University's Marcum

Conference Center.

 

Saturday April 27

 

Chapman University

Keynote Speaker

Conference on Standards, Testing, and Social Justice

'Decentering Accountability and the Struggle for Social Justice.'

 

2001

 

Saturday, October 27

 

Moderator

Queer Learning at the QGrad Conference. Royce Hall, UCLA.

 

Monday, October 22

 

Presentation 'Critical Pedagogy Now.' Teacher Education Cohort, GSEIS. Bunche Hall. 

 

Saturday, October 6

 

Keynote Speech. 'Critical Pedagogy at the Crossroads: Globalization, Capitalism, and the Businessification of Education.' The 2001 Conference of the Association of Graduate Liberal Studies Program. Dartmouth College.

 

October 7

 

Keynote Speech. 'Democracy Under Siege: Critical Pedagogy and the Struggle for Permanent Peace.' Globalizing Justice and Peace: Visions and Stategies. A Conference of the Consortium on Peace Research, Education  and Development and the Peace Studies Association.  The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington. Closing Plenary. Sunday, October 7.

 

 

April 19

Keynote Speaker: 'Critical Pedagogy and the Politics of Democratic Life'.  Faculty Retreat for National University held in Del Mar Hilton, CA

 

April 10-14 2001

Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, (AERA) Seattle, WA:

April 14th

Neoliberal Reform, Globalization and Schooling, Criticl Perspectives

Sponsor: Division B

Critical Respondant

Convention Center, Room 607

April  13th

Division B Graduate Student Fireside Chat: A Conversation with Peter McLaren

Sponsor:Division B

Place: Convention Center 4th Floor Room 618

April 12th

Antonio Gramsci's Relevance for Contemporary Educational Debates

Sponser: Division G

Participant with Gustavo Fischman: Gramsican Peagogy and the Mass Culture Industry.

Place: Sheraton East Ballroom B

April 11

Rethinking the Politics of Schooling

Sponsor: Division G

Participant:  Life inSchools revisited

Place: Convention Center, Room 201

April 10

Egon Guba  Distinguished Lecture.

Joseph Kincheloe, Penn State University "Preparing Knowledge Workers in an Information Saturated world: Methodological Bricolage in Qualitative Research"

Commentary:         Yvonna S. Lincoln,Texas A & M University

                           Peter McLaren, UCLA

                           William Pinar, LSU

Sponsor: SIG/Qualitative Research-Membership Meeting

Conventon Center, Room 606

 

 

Saturday, April 6

 

Panel:  The Fourth Annual University of Southern California Interdisciplinary Conference. Beyond Black & White Reception: Race in the 21st Century.  Los Angeles, California.

 

 

March 29-31

Keynote Speaker . Almost Always Deceived: Revolutionary Praxis and Reinventions of Need. Humanities Council of Liberal Arts and Science, English Department, Research and Graduate Programs, and Marxist Reading Group. Dauer Hall. University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

 

 

2000

 

November 19

Keynote Speaker at Inaugural Colloquy: Antioch University of Los Angeles, California.

 

October 26

Keynote Address: 2 day (Oct. 26-27) Conference on 'The Freirean Legacy: Educating for Social Justice'. Florida International University, Miami, Florida.

 

June 16

Keynote Address: Revolutionary Pedagogy in Post-Marxist Times. Annual Theater of the Oppressed and Pedagogy of the Oppressed Conference. University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

 

April 24-26, 2000

Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, (AERA) New Orleans, LA:

 

April 24

Presentation: Marxism and American Indian Discourses of Resistance.

American Indian Intellectualism, Marxism, and Critical Theory: Voices in Conversation. Le Meridien.

Presentation: The Politics of Homelessness: Approaches Through Critical Pedagogy.

Homeless Youth Speak Out, Educators Respond: A Dialogue

Marriott.

April 25

Discussant. Intersubjectivity as a Vehicle For Transformative Education in the Twenty-First Century.

Le Meridien.

Presentation (with Jill Pinkney-Pastrana): Rigobertha Menchu: Beyond Postcolonialism.

Toward a Greater Understanding of Truth: Life Histories and Textual Veracity. Sheraton.

Presentation: Towards a New Marxist Internationalism.

Working in a Post-Marxist Era: What It Means to Leftist Scholars and Educators.  Le Meridien.

April 26

Presentation: Critical Multiculturalism, Capitalism, and Class.

Critical Multiculturalism: New Directions in Multicultural and Anti-Racist Education. Marriott

 

 

March 15,

Keynote Speaker.

University of Colorado at Denver. Chicano Oral History Project: Beyond Chicanismo.

 

 

February 11-12

 

Presentation: Rigoberta Menchu and David Stoll: The Controversy in Political Perspective.

Conference: The Role of Educational Ethnography in

Pedagogy: Critial Ethnography in a Global and Interdisciplinary Perspective"

The University of Houston.

 

January 14-16.

 

Keynote Address: The Pedagogy of Liberation: Beyond the Dead Poet's Society.  Conference and Film Festival. The Celluloid Curriculum. School of Education. Arizona State University. Tempe, Arizona.

 

1999

 

October 28, 1999.

 

Keynote Speaker: The Political Economy of Knowledge.

Annual Meeting of the American Semiotic Association.

University of Pittsburg. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.

 

 

October 13-16, 1999

 

Keynote Speaker.  Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association 17th Anniversary Conference.  The Politics of Schooling:  Creating Communities of Solidarity and Hope, Wednesday, October 13 - Saturday, October 16, 1999, Snow King Resort, Jackson, Wyoming.

 

July-August, 1999

Teaching a course as Guest Scholar.  Graduate Program in Education, Fourth Annual Summer Institute in Language, Culture, and Teaching, York University, Toronto, Canada.  July - August.

 

June 11, 1999

 

'Dedication of Conference to Enrique Trueba.'  Reclaiming Voice: Ethnographic Inquiry and Qualitative Research in a Postmodern Age. University of California, Irvine.

 

 

April 19-23, 1999

 

 

Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (AERA)

 

Paper, 'From the Center to the Margins: Border Feminism for the 21st Century.'

Paper, 'Literacy Discourses and Policy Perspectives.'

Chair/Discussant, 'Cultural Studies, Post-colonialism, and a Multicultural Curriculum'

Discussant, 'Center X (UCLA) presentations.'

 

April 9. 1999

 

Guest Speaker.  Revolutionary Multiculturalism in Conservative Times. University of St. Thomas, Milwaukee, MI

 

March 12, 1999.  

 

Guest Speaker.  Pedagogy and Postmodernism Symposium.  The Humanities Institute, State University of New York at Stonybrook.

 

 

1998

 

   November 22, 9pm to 12pm. 

"The Beat" hip-hop radio station.  Street Science.  Guest.  Topic "There Isn't Any Such Thing as a White Man.", Los Angeles.

 

 September 18

Distinguished Panelist.  Community Hearings: Determining the Truth Behind the Clemente Story.  Malcolm X College. Chicago, Illinois. 

 

July 23

Keynote address:   National Session for the Educational Leadership & Change Program at The Fielding Institute Conference. New Orleans, LA

 

June 28.

 

Panel Presentation and Debate.  Panel Sponsored by the Ethnic Materials and Information Exchange Round Table.  The Annual Conference of the American Library Association.  Grand Hyatt Washington Hotel, Washington, D.C.

 

American Educational Research Association, 1998 Annual Meeting, San Diego,CA

April 17

Presenter "Hope Re-inscribed: The Struggle for a Revolutionary Multiculturalism" in Critical Pedagogy and Cultural Difference (AERA--Symposium).

 

April 16

Participant in Curriculum, Religion, and Public Education: Conversations for an Enlarging Public Square (Division B, Division G-Town Meeting).

 

Presenter "Paulo Freire: A Critical Encounter" in Paulo Freire in Memoriam (AERA - Symposium).

 

Critic in Paulo Freire: Memory, Remembrance, Action (Division G; Division F--Interactive Symposium).

 

April 15

Participant "Writing as Political Praxis." in Plain Talk: Writing Rhetorics and Dialectics Across Ethnographic Genres (Division D--Interactive Symposium).

 

Co-presenter (with Zeus Leonardo), "Epistemologies of Whiteness" in Knowledge Politics and Multiculturalism Discourse (Division B-Symposium).

 

Participant "Gramsci: Critical Pedagogy and Global Pedagogy" in Culture Industry: Youth and Politics (Division G; AERA-Symposium).

 

April 14

Discussant:  An Evening Film Presentation and Discussion: Border Crossing-The Cultural and Political Complexities of Living on the United States Mexico Frontera.

 

April 8

Invited Speaker: Faculty and students.  Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA.

 

March. 

Los Angeles. Administrative offices, LAUSD.  450 North Grand Avenue.

Open forum on Chicano Education.  30 Year Commemoration of the East Los Angeles Blowouts and the Establishment of the Mexican American Education Commision.  Panelist.  Los Angeles Unified School District.  Sponsored by the Mexican-American Educational Commission. 

 

February 18

Provost's Lecture Series: Unthinking Whiteness: Towards a Revolutionary Multiculturalism. Institute for the Study of Culture and Society, Bowling Green University, Bowling Green, OH.

 

February 9

Invited Speaker: Faculty and students. California State University, Los Angeles,  (Alahambra Room A)

 

1997

 

October 31.

Keynote Address.   National Association for Multicultural Education.

Albuquerque, New Mexico.

 

October 18-20

Keynote Address to faculty and students: Unthinking Whiteness: Building Multicultural Solidarity.  Colby College, Maine.

 

July 24-August 6

Visiting Scholar in Residence.  Center for Multicultural Education, University of Washington, Seattle.

Presented three-week seminar on critical multiculturalism.

 

July 31

Public Lecture: Unthinking Whiteness, Rethinking Democracy: Towards a Revolutionary Multiculturalism (University of Washington).

 

July 7-18, 1997

Noted Scholar in Residence.  Seminar: University of British Columbia, Faculty of Education, Vancouver, Canada.

     Presented two-week seminar on critical pedagogy.

 

July 15

 Public Lecture:  Towards a Revolutionary Multiculturalism (University of British Columbia).

 

June 22, 1997

 

Keynote Address.  Bovard Auditorium, University of Southern California.  Reclaiming Voice Conference.  Los Angeles.

 

April 21.

The Politics of Race and Resistance in Los Angeles.

Presentation to the staff and executives of "The Beat" (92.1) Radio Station in Los Angeles.

 

April 1

Keynote Address:  Pacific Circle Consortium 1997 Annual Conference "Postnational Education in the Asia Pacific:  A Renaissance of Democratic Inquiry and Action in Education".  Southern Oregon State University, Ashland, Oregon.

 

February 28

Unthinking Whiteness, Rethinking Democracy.  (conference) Cultural Work: The Performance and Ethics of Pedagogy.  Drake University, Iowa.

 

February 24

Popular Culture and the Curriculum: A Dialogue with Peter McLaren.  Education and Social Justice Series "Dialogues on Critical Social Theory in the Postmodern Age."  University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa.

 

 February 25

The Quality of an Educated Person.  Address to Faculty, University of Northern Iowa.

Technology in Education: Social Consequences.  Panel Discussion, University of Northern Iowa.

    

February 27

Critical Multiculturalism for the New Millennium.  Address to faculty and students of  Grinnell College, Iowa.   

 

1996

 

Critical Pedagogy and School Reform. Coordinadora '96 Regional Forum: Consensus and Action Regarding La Marcha.  Lincoln High School, East Los Angeles.  December 8, 1996.

 

"Unthinking Whiteness: Rethinking Democracy."  The Freeman Butts Lecture.  American Educational Studies Association Annual Convention.   Montreal, Canada, November 6-9, 1996. 

 

Presenter:  American Anthropological Association Convention.  San Francisco, November 23, 1996.

 

Roundtable panelist:  American Political Science Association Annual Convention.  San Francisco, August, 1996.

 

Guest Speaker:  Santa Monica College (Institutional Flex Day), August 23, 1996.

 

Keynote Speaker:  The third summer institute on CABE's (California Association for Bilingual Education) Critical Pedagogy series:  Transforming education for cultural and linguistic democracy.  University of California, Berkeley, July 28-August 1, 1996.

 

Gangsta pedagogy and gettocentricity.  Urban education presented as challenges for the sociology of education:  The midterm conference of the research committee on sociology of education of the international sociological association. UCLA, June 22, 1996.

 

Keynote Speech:  Towards a critical pedagogy in university teaching:  All university conference on critical pedagogy, Friday, May 3, 1996.  California State University, Northridge.  Faculty study group for intercultural understanding.

 

Invited Address:  (SIG/Semiotics of Education)  The future of semiotics in education:  A cross-cultural reading.  New York:  April 9, 1996.  Annual Meeting on the American Education Research Association.

 

Participant:  SIG/Semiotics of Education.  Truth, justice, and the postmodern way.  New York:  April 10, 1996. Annual Meeting on the American Education Research Association.

 

Constructing blackness and whiteness in educational theory and practice:  A dialogue with Michele Foster.  California State University, Los Angeles, March 28, 1996.  (Alahambra Room A)

 

Public Lecture.  Multiculturalism and education.  California State University, Dominguez Hills, March, 1996.

 

Keynote Address:  Pedagogy of the oppressed conference.  Omaha, Nebraska, March 21‑23, 1996.

 

Paulo Freire, Augusto Boal and Peter McLaren in dialogue.  Rose Theater, Nebraska.  Pedagogy of the oppressed conference, Duraba, Nebraska, March 21-23, 1996.

 

Keynote Speaker:  Critical Theory and pedagogy:  The culturally democratic classroom.  Los Angeles Coliseum, February, 1996, Community College, Los Angeles.

 

1995

 

The Politics of Popular Music.  Conference:  Semiotics as a Bridge Between the Humanities and the Sciences.  Toronto, Canada, Victoria College, University of Toronto, November 3-5, 1995.

 

Guest Speaker:  Saddleback College, California, December 4, 1995.

 

Guest Lecturer, California State University, Los Angeles, November 24, 1995.

 

Distinguished Speaker.  The Read Distinguished Lecture Series.  Kent State University, October 30 - November 1, 1995.

 

Guest Speaker.  Boyle Heights Elementary Institute, October 6, 1995.

 

Guest Lecturer, California State University, Los Angeles, September 23, 1995.

 

 

The Politics of Higher Learning.  Invited address.  Sponsored by Department of English and Department of Political Science.  Colorado State University, Fort Collins, April 28, 1995.

 

The Semiotics of Hip Hop:  African American Cultural Identities Under Siege.  School of Education, University of California, Santa Barbara.  Professor Richard Duran, May 18, 1995.

 

The Politics of Culture in Urban Classrooms.  California State University, Los Angeles.  Dr. Bernardo Gallegos, May 15, 1995.

 

Discussant.  Historical Perspective on Race, Gender, and Education: Implications for Multicultural Education.  American Educational Research Association Annual meeting.  San Francisco, California.  April 22, 1995.

 

Discussant.  Defining Empowerment?  Imposing Change?  Paradoxes and Limitations in Practicing Critical Ethnographic Research in Education.  American Educational Research Association Annual meeting.  San Francisco, California.  April 19, 1995.

 

Discussant.  Critical and Cultural Perspectives on Human Development:  Implications for Research, Theory, and Practice.  Session I.  American Educational Research Association Annual meeting.  San Francisco, California.  April 20, 1995.

 

Presenter.  Ghettocentricity and the Hip Hop Nation as Counterpublic Sphere.  Session:  Critical and Cultural Perspectives on Human Development:  Implications for Research, Theory, and Practice.  Session II.  American Educational Research Association Annual meeting.  San Francisco, California.  April 21, 1995.

 

For the Educators of the Future.  Keynote Address.  Third Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium.  State University of New York (SUNY),  at Buffalo, April 8, 1995.

 

 

Reclaiming Our Voices: Bilingual Education, Critical Pedagogy and Praxis.  Book Launching Session.  California Association for Bilingual Education.  Anaheim, California.  February 2-3, 1995. 

 

1994

 

Critical Multiculturalism.  Graduate School of Education.  Harvard University.  November, 1994.

 

Panelist.  Invited Workshop on Multiculturalism.  Arizona State University.  Tempe Arizona.  October, 1994. 

 

Urban Schooling and the Practice of Power.  California State University, Los Angeles.  Class presentation at the invitation of Dr. Bernardo Gallegos.  October 1994. 

 

White Terror and Oppositional Agency:  Towards a Critical Multiculturalism.  Society for the Study of Social Problems annual meeting, Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, August 5, 1994.

 

Two presentations:  Critical Pedagogy, Identity, and the Politics of Difference; Critical Multiculturalism and Counterhegemonic Practice.  American Sociological Association, 89th Annual Meeting, West Bonaventure and Los Angeles Hilton, August 5-9, 1994.

 

'Meet the Author' session.  Longman Publishers, AERA Convention, New Orleans, April, 1994.

 

Literacy as a social, cultural, and political action:  Learning to write across context.  Discussant at the AERA Annual Convention, New Orleans (1994, April).

 

New curriculum identities.  Participant at the AERA Annual Convention, New Orleans (1994, April)

 

Parameters, perimeters:  An open discussion with semiotic explorers.  Participant at the AERA Annual Convention, New Orleans (1994, April).

 

Multicultural education and liberal arts in postmodern society.  Critic at the AERA Annual Convention, New Orleans (1994, April).

 

Critical educational research in the nineties.  Presenter at the AERA Annual Convention, New Orleans (1994, April)

 

Guest Lecturer:  California State University, Los Angeles, April 16, 1994.

 

Guest Lecturer:  University of California, Santa Barbara, Linguistic Minority Research Institute and Educational Psychology Student Life Committee, June 1, 1994.

 

Presenter:  'Critical Pedagogy.'  California State University, Northridge, April 16, 1994.

 

Claude A. Eggerston Lecture.  Multiculturalism and moral panic in the age of global capitalism.  Annual Convention of the Comparative and International Education Society, San Diego (1994, March 22).

 

1993

 

At three sessions I delivered three papers on:  narrative; critical multiculturalism; and critical pedagogy.  American Educational Research Association, Atlanta, 1993.

 

Invited address:  The sixth annual Scholars Symposium, University of Dayton (1993, March).

 

Keynote address to Farmington Public Schools Administrative Council, Farmington, Connecticut, June 28, 1993.

 

Imaging the Urban.  University of Windsor, May 15, 1993.

 

1992

 

Paulo Freire:  His Politics and Praxis.  American Educational Research Association, Chicago, 1992.

 

Critical Multiculturalism and the Politics of Difference.  Goddard College, Vermont, June, 1992.

 

The Politics of Representation.  Cable Television in American Education:  A Buffalo Affair.  The Kiva (101 Baldy) University of Buffalo, North Campus (Amherst), Buffalo, New York, October 24, 1992.

 

Representation, Ideology, and the Production of Subjectivity.  California Association of Bilingual Education, Institute of Critical Pedagogy, Los Angeles, CA, August, 1992.

 

Media Knowledge and Critical Citizenship.  Diversity and Representation:  Construction of a Democratic Culture.   The Vernon Manor Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 8-10, 1992.

 

1991

 

CABE Conference Institute.  California Association for Bilingual Education, Anaheim (1991, January).

 

New directions in the work of Paulo Freire.  California Association for Bilingual Education, Anaheim (1991, January).

 

Power, politics and the multicultural curriculum.  Blufton College, Ohio (1991, December 3).

 

Critical pedagogy and the politics of school reform.  Presented at the Bergamo Curriculum Conference, Dayton, Ohio (1991).

 

Ideological formations and the new right.  Campus Wide Debate on Multiculturalism, University of Wisconsin at Wilwaukee (1991, November).  Covered by National Public Radio.

 

Critical Pedagogy Institute, California Association for Bilingual Education.  University of San Francisco and Claremont Graduate School, California (1991, August 2-11).

 

OSSEO School District, Minnesota.  Presenter at the Hubert Humphrey Center, University of Minnesota (1991, May 9)

 

Interdisciplinary perspectives on culture in the second language classroom.  Presenter at the University of Minnesota (1991, May).

 

Multiculturalism in American Education:  Mars Hill College Symposium, South Carolina, March 2‑3, 1991.

 

Fireside Chat, Graduate Students of Division J. American Educational Research Association, Chicago (1991, April).

 

Invited lecture, 'Critical Pedagogy:  The Hope and the Challenge.'  Maywood Symposium, Eastern Kentucky University (Fall, 1991).

 

Critical pedagogy and the politics of political correctness.  University of Windsor, Canada (1991, September 23).

 

1990

 

Keynote presenter at the National Conference on Research in English, Chicago (1990, January 16-18).

 

Critical pedagogy and continental social theory.  Respondent and presenter at the American Educational Research Association, Boston (1990, April 16-20).

 

Literacy as power and hope.  Visiting Distinguished Scholar and First Speaker in 'A Symposium on Literacy,' Brock University, Canada (1990, June 27).

 

Eminent Scholar Address, 'Critical literacy and postcolonialism,' Ohio State University, College of Education (1990, November 15).

 

Keynote address, National Reading Conference, Miami, Florida (1990, Nov. 30).

 

Presenter, History of Education Society Annual Meeting, Decatur, Georgia (1990, November).

 

John Dewey Society, AERA, critic.  Boston (1990, April).

 

Director, Critical Pedagogy Institute and Presenter.  California Association for Bilingual Education, San Francisco, California (1990, Jan. 24-26).

 

Presenter at the Bergamo Curriculum Conference, Dayton, Ohio (1990).

 

1989

 

Critical pedagogy and school reform.  Claremont College, California (1989, February).

 

Teacher empowerment through critical pedagogy.  Stanford University (1989, February 16).

 

Pedagogy and resolution.  Moral Education Conference, Orange County (1989, November).

 

Theory, politics, and social transformation.  Television debate conducted at Claremont College, California (1989, November).

 

Towards a critical pedagogy of race.  AESA, Chicago (1989, November).

 

Power, subjectivity, and radical pedagogy.  Kellogg Center for Adult Learning Research, University of Montana, Bozeman, MT (1989, July 28).

 

Empowering minority communities.  National Association for Advocates for Students, Racine, Milwaukee (1989, May 5).

 

The Fourteenth Annual Conference of the California Association for Bilingual Education, Anaheim, California (1989, February).

 

1988

 

The construction of the gendered body.  Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice, Dayton, Ohio (1988, October 28-31).

 

Educational improvement for disadvantaged students.  University of Toledo College of Education and Allied Professions Annual Public Lecture Series (1988, December 1).

 

Council for Exceptional Children, Bright's Grove, Ontario (1988, March).

 

Towards a decolonization model for education.  Pedro Albizu Campos Puerto Rican High School (1988, May 14).

 

Critical perspectives on the crisis in education:  A symposium on issues concerning education for both basic skills and active citizenship.  The Chicago Public Library Cultural Center (1988, May 14).

 

Critical citizenship and the struggle for democracy.  American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada (1988, November 4)

 

Democracy, equity, and ethnics in schooling:  Race, class, and gender.  Critical evaluation of prevailing theory and practice with emphasis on race, ethnicity, class, and gender.  American Educational Research Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA (1988).

 

1987

 

Liberation education and the politics of empowerment.  National Conference on Academic Freedom, Chicago, IL, (1987, March 20-22).

 

Critical ethnography as power and praxis.  Presenter at Ethnography in Education Research Forum, University of Pennsylvania (1987, March 27-29).

 

Critical pedagogy and the discourse of radical hope.  Socialist Scholar's Conference, New York City (1987, April 11-13).

 

U.S./Canadian Conversations:  Language.  Midfest International City, Middletown, Ohio, Saturday, October 3, 1987.

 

Educational reform and the politics of teacher empowerment.  Invited speaker at the Faculty Seminar, University of Missouri-Kansas City (1987, May 10).

 

Teaching and the dynamics of critical pedagogy.  Invited speaker at Graduate Student Seminar, University of Missouri-Kansas City (1987, May 11).

 

Critical ethnography as a challenge to the new right's ideological weapons of death.  Presenter and discussant:  A critical look at politics, culture and literary theory in classroom ethnographies conducted at the Center for the Expansion of Language and Thinking Rejuvenation Conference, Taos, New Mexico (1987, May 28-31).

 

Transactions in flesh and the schooled body/The regimentation of desire and the domestication of subjectivity.  Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice (1987, October 28-31).

 

Critical ethnography as power and praxis.  Ethnography in Education Research Forum, University of Pennsylvania, Discussant (1987, March 27-29).

 

Presenter, Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association Annual Meeting, Hamilton, Ontario, (1987, June 5).

 

1986

 

Critical literacy and the politics of freedom.  International Reading Association, Philadelphia, PA (1986, April).

 

Schooling and the ritualization of learning.  Popular Culture Association Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA (1986).

 

Forum on invitational education.  American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA (1986).

 

1985

 

Making Catholics:  The symbolic incorporation of Catholic students.  American Educational Studies Association, Atlanta, GA (1985, Fall).

 

Interrogating the conceptual roots of invitational education.  American Educational Research Association, Chicago (1985).

 

1984

 

The shamanic roots of the pedagogical encounter.  The McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology, Toronto (1984, March).

 

Education as a ritual performance:  Towards a new theory of pedagogy.  Learned Societies Conference, Guelph 1984, Spring).

 

Schooling as a ritual performance:  The semiotics of instruction and resistance.  Canadian Semiotic Association Annual Convention, Guelph (1984, Spring).

 

Ritual and the politics of schooling:  A new approach to learning and the language arts.  Fourth Annual Brock Graduate Conference, St. Catherines, Canada (1984, November 3).

 

 

1983

 

From ritual to reasoning:  A prolegomena towards establishing links between ritology and schooling.  Creative Drama and Learning Conference (American Theater Association), Toronto (1983, November).  One of four Symposia in a North American Series:  Harvard, OISE, Austin, and Arizona State.

 

1981

 

Cooperative education and the hidden and not-so-hidden curriculum.  Learned Societies Conference, Halifax (1981).

 

1979

 

Values and religious Education.  Commission of Inquiry into the Education of the Young Child, Toronto, North York Board of Education representative, Toronto (1979, February).

 

 

 

 

Book Jacket Endorsements

 

Transforming the Multicultural Education of Teachers.  By Michael Vavrus. Teachers College Press, 2002.

 

Schools of Recognition: Identity Politics and Classroom Practices.  By Charles Bingham. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.

 

Explorations in Dialectical and Critical Theory: From Hegel to Derrida and from Marx to Meszaros.  Chicago: Illinois: News & Letters. (Pamphlet)

 

Disturbing Practice: Reading Teacher Education as Text. By Avner Segall.  New York: Peter Lang, 2002.

 

Value Wars: Moral philosophy and Humanity by John McMurtry. Pluto Press, 2002.

 

Transformative Learning: Essays on Praxis.   Edited by Edmund V. O'Sullivan, Amish Morrell, and Mary Ann O'Connor.  

 

Welcome to Cyberschool by David Trend. Rowman and Littlefield, 2001.

 

Globalization and Educational Rights by Joel Spring. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2001.  

 

[AERA Book of the Year Award] Touching Eternity by Tom Barone. Teachers College Press (2001).

 

The Power of Negativity by Raya Dunayevskaya. Edited by Peter Hudis and Kevin Anderson. (2001). Lexington Press.

 

Making a Difference: University Students of Color Speak Out. Edited by Julia Lesage, Abby L. Ferber, Debbie Storrs, and Donna Wong.  Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.

 

Questions of You and Struggle of Collaborative Life. (2001). Nicholas Paley and Janice Jipson. New York: Peter Lang

 

Glenn Rikowski. The Battle of Seattle (2001). London: The Tufnell Press.

 

Richard L. Harris. (2000). Death of A Revolutionary: Che Guevara's Last Mission.  Grove Press. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.

 

Allan R. Neilsen. (1999). Daily Meaning: Counternarratives of Teachers' work.  Mill Bay, British Columbia and Point Roberts, Washington: Brendall Books.

 

Spring, Joel (1999) Education and the Rise of the Global Economy.  New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

 

Welch, Sharon D. (1999)  Sweet Dreams in America, New York and London: Routledge.

 

Freire, Paulo (1999).  Politics and Education.  Los Angeles.  UCLA Latin American Center Publications.

 

Peters, Michael. (1998)  Poststructuralism, politics, and education.  Westport, Connecticut:  Greenwood Press.

 

Popkewitz, Thomas The Spatial Politics of Educational Knowledge New York: Teachers College Press, 1998.

 

Antonia Darder & Rodolfo D. Torres (eds.), The Latino Studies Reader: Culture, Economy and Society.  Malden, MA and Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishers, 1998.

 

[AERA Book of the Year} Willinsky, John, Learning to Divide the World: Education at Empire's End. Minneapolis and London:  University of Minnesota Press, 1998. (AERA Book of the Year, 1998)

 

 E. San Juan, Beyond Postcolonial Theory.  New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. 

 

  Myrsiade,  Kostas and Linda,  Race-ing Representation. Boulder, CO: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 1998.

 

Hinchey, Patricia, Finding Freedom in the Classroom: A Practical Introduction to Critical Theory, New York:  Peter Lang, 1998.

 

Scatamburlo, Valerie, Soldiers of Misfortune, New York:  Peter Lang, 1998.

 

Pilar O'Cadiz, Pia Lindquist Wong, Carlos Torres.  Education and Democracy: Paulo Freire, Social Movements, and Educational Reform in Sao Paulo.  Boulder, CO.: Westview Press. 1998. 

 

Parker, Stuart.   Reflective Teaching in the Postmodern World: a manifesto for education in postmodernity  Open University Press. 1997

 

Bill Tierney.  Academic Outlaw.  London: SAGE Publications. 1997

 

James B. MacDonald.  Theory as a prayerful act.  New York:  Peter Lang, 1995.

 

Denzin, Norman.  The cinematic society.  London:  SAGE Publications. 1995.

 

McLeod, Jay.  Ain't no makin' it:  Aspirations and attainment in a low-income neighborhood (expanded edition).  Colorado:  Westview Press, 1995.

 

Usher, Robin, & Edwards, Richard.  Postmodernism and education.  London and New York:  Routledge, 1995.

 

Gartman, James.  Auto opium: A social history of American automobile design.   London and New York: Routledge, 1994. 

 

Zavarzadeh, Masúd, & Morton, Donald.  Theory as resistance:  Politics and culture after (post)structuralism.  New York:  The Guilford Press. 1994.

 

Cashmore, Ellis.  ... And there was television.  London and New York:  Routledge. 1994.

 

Moffett, James.   The universal schoolhouse.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass Publishers. 1994.

 

Jencks, Charles.  (ed.)  Cultural reproduction.  London and New York, Routledge. 1993.

 

Jewell, Sue K.  From mammy to Miss America:  Cultural images and the shaping of US social policy.  London and New York:  Routledge. 1993.

 

Weiler, Kathleen, & Mitchell, Candace.  (eds.).  What schools can do.  Albany, New York, State University of New York Press. 1992. 

 

MacCannell, Dean. The Tourist Papers.  London and New York, Routledge 1992,

 

Spanos, William.  The end of education:  Toward posthumanism.  Minneapolis, Minnesota, University of Minnesota Press, 1992.

 

Apple, Michael,  Teachers and texts.  London and New York:  Routledge, 1988.

 

Courtney, Richard,  Recognizing Richard Courtney.  Markham, Ontario:  Pembroke Publishers Limited, 1988.

 

Aronowitz, Stanley, & Giroux, Henry.  Education under siege (British version).  London:  Routledge, 1986.

 

Fraser, James W. Between Church and State: Religion and Public Education in a Multicultural America.  New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Service

 

Faculty Mentor in UCLA Graduate Division  Summer Research Program. 2001 (mentored Sonia Lara)

Spencer Fellowship Mentor for Luis Urrieta, University of North Carolina. 2001

Guest speaker in Linda Rose's Ed.D course, 1999-2001.

Appeared in a student film, directed by Julie Chang. UCLA, March, 2001.

Worked with Socialist Workers Party to bring 2 Cuban Youth Leaders to the United States on a 7-city US tour, 1999.

1999 (Winter Forum with Spencer Dissertation Fellows) Held at the University of California, Los Angeles)

2000 and 2001  (Workshop in the Winter Forum of the 2000 Spencer Dissertation Fellows - Held at University of California - Los Angeles)

Faculty Mentor in UCLA Graduate Division  Summer Research Program. 1995 (mentored Elizabeth Morales)

 

Professional Columnist

 

Published 20 Columns and interviews with prominent educators in the Ontario Public School Teachers' Federation News, Canada (1979-1986).  Readership:  100,000 leaders in Ontario (elementary and junior high)

 

Reader: AERA proposals.  Division B, Section 2, August 1998

Reader: AERA proposals.  Division B, Section 2,  August 1997.

 

Reader:  AERA proposals.  Division B, Section 2, August 1996.

 

Reader: AERA proposals.  Division B, Section 2, August 1995.

 

Guest Lectures in classes taught by the following UCLA professors:

 

James Bruno, Carlos Alberto Torres, Linda Rose, Pat McDonough, Michael Pavel, Amy Stuart Wells (education course and sociology course), Lynn Beck, Kris Gutíerrez and Jeannie Oakes.  Also: UCLA Extension class, communications. November, 2000. Professor Rhonda Hammer.   Sociology 195, 'Theory and Practice of Democratic Education:  Race, Gender and Class in Urban Schools,' Professor Jerry Rabow.  The Student Movement for Curricular Reform.  Spring, 1997, Rolfe

3115.  Max Espinoza (teaching assistant).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Editorial Functions

 

Editor, Scholarly Journals

 

 

Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, Editor, 2003-present.

Associate Editor, Encyclopedia of Philosophy of Education, 2000-present. 

Contributing Editor, Revista de Teoría Crítica en Educación, in progress.

International Editor.  Taboo. (1995-1997)

Honorary Editorial Board, Taboo. (2000-2003).

Department Editor, 'The Internationalist' in The International Journal of Educational Reform. (1992-2001)

 

Guest Editor, Scholarly Journals

 

(with Denise Blum) International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Special issue on Cuba.  Cuba, Yanquizacion, and the Cult of Elian Gonzales: A View from the ŒEnlightened' States. Volume 14, No. 2, March-April 2001.

Teaching Education vol. 9, nos. 1 (1997) and 2 (1998), Special section on critical pedagogy.

(with Henry Giroux).  Cultural Studies, 7(1), 1993.

Education and Society, 9(5) (Australia), 1991.

(with Jim Giarelli).  International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 5(1), 1992.

Editorial Collective.  Encyclopedia of Cultural Theorists.  Edward Arnold Publishers, London, England. 

 

 

 
 
Editorial and Advisory Boards
 

 

Clark Atlanta University's School of Education National Advisory Board. 2003-present.

International Panel of Experts, Center for Education Policy Studies, Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences, Moscow, Russia. 2003-present.

International Board, Patio ­ Revista Pedagogica (Porto Alegre, Brasil)

Editorial Board, Handbook of Research in Social Foudations of Education, Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers, 2003-present

International editorial consultant, Taiwan Journal of Sociology of Education

Advisory Board, Sin Recreo, Veracruz, Mexico, 2003-present.

Editorial Board, Cadernos de Educacao, School of Education at

Federal University of Pelotas, 2002-present

Consulting Editor, Critical Forum of Education (Rio de Janiero, Brazil) ­2002 ­ present.

Editorial Board, Opciones Pedagógicas, University Francisco José de Caldas,  Bogotá, Colombia (2002-present)

Advisory Board, Enciclopaedia de Filosofi'a of Education Online (Brasil)

(Consultores Externos) Revista Teoria e Pratica da Educacao

http://members.fortunecity.com/shigunov/revista 2001- present (Fundacao Universidade Estadual de Maringa, Brasil.

Journal of Homosexuality. 2001-present

Teacher Education Quarterly. Review Board

Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies (2000-present)

Atzlan (UCLA advisory board - University of California, Los Angeles (1999-2000)

CEPOS Review: Interdisciplinary Journal on Human Development, Culture, and Education. Sao Paulo, Brasil.  (2001-present)

Ethnicitites     [(England) 2000-present]

Similie (Internet journal ­ 1999 ­ present)

Distinguished Panel of Jurors, Bilingual Research Journal. Arizona State University

Journal of Postcolonial Education (Australia, 1999 ­ present)

Information Technology, Education, and Society. James Nicholas Publishers, Australia. 1999 ­ present.

Honorary Advisory Board of Editors, Working Papers Series in Cultural Studies, Ethnicity, and Race Relations. Department of Comparative American Cultures, Washington State University, 1999-present. 

Educational Researcher  (AERA) 1998-2000.

Current Issues in Education 1998- present.

Bien (Mexico City, Facultad de Estudios Superiores "Zaragoza", Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico) - 1997-present.

Sozialwissenschaftliche Literatur Rundschan (Germany) - 1996-present

Brock Education, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario - 1996-1999

Review of Educational Research (AERA) 1997-2000

Educational Theory, Review Board, 1994-1996.

Teaching Education, 1994-present.

Education/Pedagogy/Cultural Studies Pennsylvania State University, 1994-present.

International Advisory Boards, Encyclopedia of Educational Reform, Garland Publishing, 1994-1998.

Orbit.  The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 1982-1999

University of Cincinnati, Social and Policy Issues in Education Series.  New Jersey: Ablex Publications, 1988-1992 (Dr. Kathleen Borman).

Anthropologica.  Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo (Canada), 1988-1999.

Educational Foundations, 1988-1992.

 

 

Advisory Board Member for Book Series and Research Projects

 

THE TRAGEDY OF MODERNITY

Research project on the Frankfurt School,

Social Critique and

Paradoxes of Education

 

Members of the research group

Scientific director: Professor Martin Jay, University of California at Berkeley

Practical director: Professor Juha Suoranta, Academy of Finland

Coordinator and post-graduate researcher: Olli-Pekka Moisio

Post doc researchers: Dr. Rauno Huttunen, Dr. Leena Kakkori, Dr. Raija-Leena Loisa

Post-graduate researchers: Petteri Niemi, Sami Pasanen

 

International scientific advisors:

Douglas Kellner, Rainer Funk, Ilan Gur-Ze'ev,  Axel Honneth, and Peter McLaren

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Advisory Board, Border Institute for Advanced Studies in Non-Linear Events and Structures, Department of Chicana/o Studies at San Diego State University [http://www.aznet.net/~marquesa/bias/bias.html];

Curriculum, Cultures, and [Homo]sexualities.  Book series with Rowman and Littlefield Publishers;

Advisory Board, Cultural Studies of the African Diaspora Project, Center for American American Studies, UCLA.  1997-present;

Faculty advisor, Chicano Studies Research Center.  1994-1998

Senior Advisory Board, Publications Unit for the Chicano Studies Research Center. 1997-1999

Community Learning Network, Center for Educational Studies, The Claremont Graduate University, 1997

The Center for Collaborative Research in Education, University of California, Irvine,  Department of Education, 1996 - present.

Paulo Freire Institute, São Paulo, Brasil.  1992-present.

 

 

Honorary Committee Member

 

Honorary Committee Member for  the International Conference:

The Foundations of Educational Community, Institute of Education, Jagellonian University, Cracow-Poland, April 15-17, 2004.

 

 

Senior Advisor

 

Center for Democracy and Social Change

Pacific Oaks College, Pasedena, California. 2002-present

 

 

Reviewer for Book Manuscripts

 

Rowman and Littlefield

Sage, California

Blackwell Publishers

Westview Press

Methuen Publications, Canada (with David Llewellyn)

Routledge (London, England;),

State University of New York Press

Teachers College Press, Columbia University, New York

University of Chicago Press

University of Florida Press

University of Illinois Press

University of Minnesota Press

Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado

St. Martin's Press

 

Reviewer for Refereed Journals

 

American Educational Research Journal

Educational Researcher

Social Identities

Review of Educational Research

Public Culture  

Educational Researcher

Anthropology and Education Quarterly,

Curriculum Inquiry,

Educational Foundations,

Educational Theory,

International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education,

Journal of Curriculum Studies

 

 

 

Journal of Curriculum Theorizing,

Journal of Negro Education

Journal of Ritual Studies,

PLMA:  Modern Language Association,

Policy Studies Journal,

Sociology of Education,

Teaching Education

Australian Journal of Education

Linguistics and Education

Journal of Curriculum Theorizing

Atzlan

Urban Education

Comparative Education Review

Theory, Culture, and Society

Body and Society

 

 

Doctoral Dissertation Chair (USA)

 

Greg Martin (Chair), Noah Delissovoy (Chair),  Cindy Cruz (co-chair), Ramin Farahmandpur (chair), Terri Patchen (Co-chair, 2001), Epifania Amoo-Adare (Chair), Rick Allen (Chair, 2001), Juan Munoz (co-chair, 2002), Carlos Tejeda (co-chair, 2001), Corinne Martinez (co-chair, 2001), Cheong Huh (co-chair), Zeus Leonardo (winner, dissertation fellowship;co-chair, 1998); Jody-Lee Estrada Duek (co-chair, 1998); Jose Ramirez (co-chair, 1997); Chaechun Gim (co-chair, 1996);  Marc Pruyn (co-chair, 1996); Ely Love (co-chair, 1996); Jeannie Brady Giroux (Chair, 1993), Marcia Sampaio de Moraes (Chair, 1994).

 

Outside Reader for Ph.D. (National and International)

 

Flinders University (Australia)

Tangiwai Mary Appleton Kepa (Education), University of Auckland, New Zealand

Helen Raduntz, University of Southern Australia (Education)

Deborah Kelsh, Syracuse University (English Department)

Julie McSorley, Queensland University of Technology, Australia.

Annette Street, Deakin University, Australia

Norrine Anderson, Murdoch University, Australia

Nize Maria Campos Pellanda, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brasil.

Peter Roberts, Queensland University of Technology, Australia.

Jim Mienczakowski, Griffith University, Australia.

Roberta Elizabeth Harreveld, Central Queensland University

Terry Frederichs, St. Thomas University, Minneapolis, MN

 

Outside Reader for Tenure (International)

 

Daniel Schuguerensky. The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto.

Donald Dippo, York University, North York, Canada (education);

Lorna Erwin, York University, Toronto Canada (sociology)

Michael Peters, University of Auckland, New Zealand (education);

 

 

Tenure and Full Professor Reviewer (USA)

 

Chair, Tenure Review Committee, Miami University of Ohio, 1992 - 1993.

 

Member, Academic Personel Committee, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles

1996-2002.

 

Tenure Reviewer:

 

 

Sandy Grande, Connecticut College, Education Department, New London, Connecticut

Valerie Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, Department of Communications, University of Windsor, Canada

Pepi Leistyna,  Applied Linguistics Graduate Studies

The University of Massachusetts Boston

Angela Calabrese Barton, University of Texas at Austin (education); 

Mark Zuss, Lehman College, City College of New York (education);

Phil Carspecken, University of Houston, Texas (education)

Antonia Darder, Claremont Graduate School, California (education);

Teresa Ebert, State University of New York, Albany (English);

Dennis Fehr, University of Houston, Texas (education)

Marilyn Frankenstein, University of Massachuesetts (education);

Rosemary Hennessey, State University of New York, Albany (English);

Donaldo Macedo, University of Massachusetts (English);

Carmen Montecinos, University of Northern Iowa (education);

Joanne Pagano, Colgate University, New York (education);

Heidi Ross, Colgate University (education);

Margorie Siegel, University of Rochester (education);

Kathleen Weiler, Tufts University, Massachusetts (education)

Leilia Villaverde (Education) University of North Carolina, Greensboro

Greensboro, NC 27402-6171

 

 

Full Professor Reviewer:

James O'Donnell, (Education) New Mexico State University

Peter Roberts, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Barry Kanpol, St. Joseph University, Philadephia

Margaret LeCompte, University of Colorado at Boulder (education);

Lourdes Diaz Soto, Pennsylvania State, (education);

Antonia Darder, Claremont Graduate University (education);

Gary Anderson, University of New Mexico (education);

Char Doyle, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada (education);

Peter Mayo, University of Malta (Senior Lecturer);

Roger Deacon, University of Natal, South Africa (Senior Lecturer);

Kathleen Weiler, Tufts University, Massachusetts (education)

 

Reviewer for Distinguished Professorships:

 

Kathleen Weiler, Tufts University, Massachusetts;

Yvonna Lincoln, Texas A & M;

Stanley Aronowitz, CUNY;

Tom Popkewitz, University of Wisconsin, Madison;

Donaldo Macedo, University of Massachusetts

 

Reviewer for Academic Position:

 

David Theo Goldberg, Director of the University of California Humanities Research Institute, Irvine;

Joel Spring, The New School, NYC;

Spencer Maxcy, University of California, Irvine (Chair, Dept. of Education);

David Trend, University of California, Irvine (Chair, Art Department);

Louis Mirón, University of California, Irvine (Chair, Dept. of Education);

 

Doctoral Student Advisor (in progress)

Noah deLissovoy

Manuel Espinoza, Spencer Fellow

Martin, Gregory

Cruz, Cindy

Rhie Huh, Cheong

Epifania Amoo-Adare

 

 

Panelist

 

Panelist on 'Street Science.'  'The Beat' radio station, 92.3.  Theme:  Beyond the Color Line.  Los Angeles, July 2, 1995 and again in 1999.

UCLA Events, Bookzone Author on Campus, 1995, Kerkhoff Art Gallery.

Served as a panelist and guest 8 times, which included television shows, university forums, and government commissions, 1980-88.

 

 

Committees

 

Department committee charged with making a recommendation to the faculty with respect to replacing Tier 1 and Tier 2 courses.

Coordinating Council of the Chancellor's Task Force on Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Studies.

Admissions Committee, ACTS Division, GSEIS, UCLA, 1995. 

Faculty Organizer,  Annual Graduate Student Conference.  GSEIS, UCLA, 1994-95.

 

Special Faculty Advisor

 

1984-85.  Catholic  undergraduates, Brock University, College of Education, Canada. 

1992-93.  Freshmen  (approx. 100) Clawson Hall, Miami University.

1994. Ad Hoc Mentoring Committee, Pat McDonough, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, UCLA.

 

Faculty Advisor - UCLA GSE&IS

 

Summer Program Predoc Mentor (2001)

UCLA Study Group for Global Transformation

University of California

Received from the Institute for Research in the Arts, a grant of $1,990 for "Intercultural Performing Tours As a Vehicle for Building Intersubjective Schools." This money funded a trip to the annual conference of the AmericanAnthropological Association November, 2000 (Cindy Cruz, Greg Tanaka, Luis Alfaro, Norma Mendoza-Denton and a video from Guillermo Gomez Pena).  The title of the panel was "Remaking the Subject for Participatory Democarcy" and featured intercultural performance pieces. We are now planning to do an intervention into a junior high school--an "intercultural performing tour."

 

Consultant

 

National Film Board of Canada

Canadian Cancer Society Educational Subcommittee, 1980-83.

 

Reviews of My Work Have Appeared in:

 

Major Newspapers (selected)

 

London Times (England, 2 books)

Village Voice (New York)

Toronto Star (Canada)

Globe and Mail (Canada)

Edmonton Journal (Canada)

 

Scholarly Journals (selected)

 

International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, American Anthropology, Educational Theory, Educational Policy,

The British Journal of Sociology of Education, British Journal of Educational Studies, Educational Research (United Kingdom),   Sociology, Curriculum Inquiry, Comparative Education Review, Anthropology and Education Quarterly, Interchange, Educational Studies, Phenomenology and Pedagogy, Educational Researcher, Theory and Society. British Educational Research Journal, Journal of Advanced Composition, Journal of Social Work Education, Canadian Journal of Political Science, Adult Educational Quarterly, Community Development Journal, Current Issues in Education, Journal of In-Service Education,  Harvard Educational Review

 

 

 

Professional Memberships

 

American Education Research Association

American Educational Studies Association

American Anthropological Association

American Political Science Association

Comparative and International Education Society

John Dewey Society

Phi Delta Kappa

Royal Society of Arts and Commerce (London, England)

 

 

Awards and Distinctions

 

 

 

American Education Research Association Annual Convention, forthcoming, April, 2004, San Diego, An Interactive Symposium: Paths of Dissent: Understanding Peter McLaren

 

A winner of 2003 AESA Critic's Choice Award for Che Guevara, Paulo Freire, and the Pedagogy of Revolution, for one of the outstanding books in educational studies in recent years.

 

Chinese edition of Life in Schools chosen by the  Taiwan Association for the Sociology of Education to be included in the Series of Contemporary Great Books in the Sociology of Education.

 

Inaugural Paulo Freire Social Justice Award, presented by the Paulo Freire Democratic

Project,  Chapman University, California.

 

La Fundacion Peter McLaren de Pedagogia Critica (The Peter McLaren Foundationof Critical Pedagogy).

 

The Peter McLaren Foundation of Critical Pedagogy is a non-profit organization initiated and developed by a group of professors and educational activists in Mexico. Adopting a multi-racial, gender-balanced, anti-capitalist, anti-racist and anti-imperialist pedagogical agenda,  The Peter McLaren Foundation of Critical Pedagogy has been set up to advance a number of goals, including the fostering and development of revolutionary critical pedagogy, the undertaking of action research projects, the organization of conferences, the creation  of centers of critical pedagogy and the establishment of public forums for debate,  discussion, and  political activism  throughout Mexico and the Americas. The foundation is currently publishing a journal, "Aula Crítica", in Spanish,  with plans for Portuguese, French, and English editions.

 

Award, Amigo Honorifico de la Comunidad Universitaria de Esta Institucion. La Universidad Pedagogica Nacional Unidad 141 Guadalajara. 18 de Noviembre de 2000.

 

Trofeu O Lacador. Award presented by the Religious Society of Seu Sete De Male. For my support of Afro-Umbandista religion in Porte Alegre, Brasil, August, 1999.

 

Adjunct Professor.  York University, Toronto, Canada. Summer, 1999.

 

Adjunct Professor.   University of California, Davis (1998-present).

 

Board of Trustees. Latino Museum of History, Art, and Culture.   Los Angeles.  October, 1997 - 1998.

 

Visiting Professor, Center for Multicultural Education, University of Washington, Seattle, July-August, 1997.

 

Noted Scholar, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, July, 1997.

 

Freeman Butts Lecture.  American Education Studies Association, Montreal, Canada, November 1996.

 

Sir Allan Sewell Fellowship 1995, Griffith University.

 

Associate of Massey College, Toronto, Canada.

 

Claude A. Eggerston Lecture, Annual Meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society, San Diego, 1994.

 

Eminent Scholar Lecture, The Ohio State University, 1991.

 

Fellow of the Institute for Education Policy Studies, England.

 

Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Commerce (London, England), 1986.

Lilly Scholar, Miami University, 1987-88.

 

Renowned Scholar-in-Residence, School of Education and Allied Professions, Miami University, 1989-1992.

 

A winner of 1989 AESA Critic's Choice Award for Life in Schools, for one of the outstanding books in educational studies in recent years.

 

A winner of 1993 AESA Critic's Choice Award for Paulo Freire:  A Critical Encounter, for one of the outstanding books in educational studies in recent years.

 

Honorable Mention for Che Guevara, Paulo Freire, and the Pedagogy of Revolution, 2000 Gustavus Myers Outstanding Book Award.

 

Visiting Distinguished Professor, Brock University (Canada) (May-June, 1990).

 

Brock University, Distinguished Alumni, profiled in Graduate Studies at Brock University, Office of the Associate Vice-President, Academic/Research Services, Brock University, Vol. 4, No.1, May 1995.

 

Distinguished Speaker.  The Read Distinguished Lecture Series, Kent State University, Ohio, October, 1995.

 

Phi Delta Kappan (Toronto, 1975).

Junior Fellow, Massey College (1980).