• History and Critical Pedagogies: Transforming Consciousness, Classrooms, and Communities

    An issue of: Radical History Review
    Number: 102
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  • 1. Editors' Introduction—Enrique C. Ochoa and Yvonne M. Lassalle

    2. Revolutionary/Critical Pedagogy and Me: Is Democracy in the Classroom Possible?—Margaret Power

    3. Relocating Critical Pedagogy—Kevin D. Lam

    4. Ivan Illich: True Learning and the Leisure Pursuit of Free People—Alfonso Valenzuela-Aguilera

    5. "Educate to Organize": Reflections on Building the Dolores Huerta Labor Institute—John Delloro

    6. Critical Pedagogy: Radical History in Two Spaces—Ian Christopher Fletcher

    7. Dancing with the Dilemmas of a Decolonizing Pedagogy—Carlos Tejeda

    8. Moore's Ford: A Site and Space of Praxis—Mary Babington

    9. Critical Pedagogy: Dynamic Thinking and Teaching within the Confines of No Child Left Behind—Sara Quezada

    10. We Must Take Our Battle beyond the Classroom: Lessons from the Great Strike of 2007—Lillian Taiz

    11. Reflections of a Guerrilla Educator—Daniel Horowitz Garcia

    12. Deconstructing Power, Privilege, and Silence in the Classroom—Gilda L. Ochoa and Daniela Pineda

    13. Bridging the Divide: Connecting Feminist Histories and Activism in the Classroom—Holly Blake and Melissa Ooten

    14. Engaging with Public Engagement: Public History and Graduate Pedagogy—Lisa Blee, Caley Horan, Jeffrey T. Manuel, Brian Tochterman, Andrew Urban, and Julie M. Weiskopf

    15. Open Veins, Public Transcripts: The National Security Archive as a Tool for Critical Pedagogy in the College Classroom—Jesse Hingson

    16. Theater of the Assessed: Drama-Based Pedagogies in the History Classroom—Rachel Mattson

    17. Transformations through Teatro: Culture Clash in a Chicana/o History Classroom—David G. García

    18. Reflections on Teaching, Learning, and Performing Chicana/o History—Corina Benavides López

    19. "My First Lessons in Chicano History Were Heard at the Kitchen Table": An Interview with Gilbert G. Gonzalez—Gilda L. Ochoa

    20. Pedagogy and Activism in Vieques, Puerto Rico: An Interview with Ismael Guadalupe—Edgar Iván Gutiérrez

    21. "Young People Have a Pure Sense of Justice, Fairness, and Equality and Will Fight for It": An Interview with Sonya Mehta of Young Workers United—Enrique C. Ochoa

    22. " `Cause It's Not Just Me": Walkout's History Lessons Challenge Hollywood's Urban School Formula—Tara J. Yosso and David G. García

    23. Democratic Movements, Self-Education, and Economic Democracy: Chartists, Populists, and Wobblies—William L. Niemi and David J. Plante

    24. The Standardized Curriculum and Delocalization: Obstacles to Critical Pedagogy—Donal E. Mulcahy and Judith Irwin

    25. As Flowers Turn Toward the Sun—Ashley Hunt

    26. A Champion of Democratic History—Jim O’Brien

    27. Academic Gulag—Joshua Brown

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