The Education of Black People
Title The Education of Black People PDF eBook
Author William Edward Burghardt Du Bois
Publisher Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press
Pages 192
Release 1973
Genre Social Science
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Ten essays, spanning six decades, reveal Du Bois's continuing concern with the Black American's educational needs.



The Education of Black People
Title The Education of Black People PDF eBook
Author W. E. B. DuBois
Publisher NYU Press
Pages 225
Release 2001-06
Genre Social Science
ISBN 1583670432

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This book contains speeches written nearly one hundred years ago.



The Education of Black People
Title The Education of Black People PDF eBook
Author William Edward Burghardt Du Bois
Publisher
Pages 171
Release 1975
Genre African Americans
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The Education of Black People
Title The Education of Black People PDF eBook
Author William Edward Burghardt Du Bois
Publisher
Pages 171
Release 1975
Genre Blacks
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Philosophy of Education
Title Philosophy of Education PDF eBook
Author J.J. Chambliss
Publisher Routledge
Pages 740
Release 2013-07-04
Genre Education
ISBN 1136511687

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First Published in 1996. This first of its kind Encyclopaedia charts the influence of philosophic ideas that have had the greatest influence on education from Ancient Greece to the present. It covers classical thinkers as Plato, Augustine, Hypatia, Locke and Rousseau, as well as recent figures such as Montessori, Heldegger, Du Bois and Dewey. It illuminates time-hounded ideas and concepts such as idealism, practical wisdom, scholasticism, tragedy and truth, as well as modern constructs as critical theory, existentialism, phenomenology, Marxism and post-Colonialism. The coverage consists of 228 articles by 184 contributors who survey the full spectrum of the philosophy of education.



True to the Language Game
Title True to the Language Game PDF eBook
Author Keith Gilyard
Publisher Routledge
Pages 379
Release 2013-08-15
Genre Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN 1136850694

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In True to the Language Game, Keith Gilyard, one of the major African American figures to emerge in language and cultural studies, makes his most seminal work available in one volume. This collection of new and previously published essays contains Gilyard’s most relevant scholarly contributions to deliberations about linguistic diversity, cultural identity, critical literacy, writing instruction, literary texts, and popular culture. The volume also features contemporary treatises on such timely topics as "students’ right to their own language," code-switching pedagogy, and political discourse surrounding the rise of Barack Obama. Gilyard weaves together serious analysis, theoretical work, policy discussions, and personal reflections on the interplay of language, literacy, and social justice to make True to the Language Game essential reading for students and scholars in rhetorical studies, composition studies, applied linguistics, and education.



New Curriculum History
Title New Curriculum History PDF eBook
Author
Publisher BRILL
Pages 336
Release 2019-02-11
Genre Education
ISBN 9087907656

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Rereading the historical record indicates that it is no longer so easy to argue that history is simply prior to its forms. Since the mid-1990s a new wave of research has formed around wider debates in the humanities and social sciences, such as decentering the subject, new analytics of power, reconsideration of one-dimensional time and three-dimensional space, attention to beyond-archival sources, alterity, Otherness, the invisible, and more. In addition, broader and contradictory impulses around the question of the nation - transnational, post-national, proto-national, and neo-national movements—have unearthed a new series of problematics and focused scholarly attention on traveling discourses, national imaginaries, and less formal processes of socialization, bonding, and subjectification. New Curriculum History challenges prior occlusions in the field, building upon and departing from previous waves of scholarship, extending the focus beyond the insularity of public schooling, the traditional framework of the self-contained nation-state, and the psychology of the schooled individual. Drawing on global studies, historical sociology, postcolonial studies, critical race theory, visual culture theory, disability studies, psychoanalytics, Cambridge school structuralisms, poststructuralisms, and infra- and transnational approaches the volume holds together not despite but because of differences and incommensurabilities in rereading historical records.