Nbr. 97, September - September 2013
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- Introduction to special issue: hip hop, critical pedagogy, and radical education in a time of crisis.
- Droppin' knowledge on race: Hip-Hop, white adolescents, and anti-racism education.
- "'Jackin' for Beats'": DJing for citation critique.
- Beautiful dark twisted pedagogy: Kanye West and the lessons of participatory culture.
- Sampling an inner DJ with Hip Hop hopes: (re)writing immigrant identities for English language learners in classroom third spaces.
- Hip-Hop fight club: radical theory, education, and practice in and beyond the classroom.
- Syllabus: Hip Hop Theater.
- Hip Hop syllabus: AME/MUS 303 Hip Hop: art, culture, and politics.
- The Failure of Corporate School Reform.
- Teaching the Taboo: Courage and Imagination in the Classroom.
- Teaching Titus Andronicus in contemporary India.
- School closings.
- Standardized testing.
- Charter schools.
- CUNY Pathways.
- The goal of Louise Dunlap's Undoing the Silence: Six Tools for Social Change Writing (Oakland, CA, New Village Press, 2007, 229 pages) is to reclaim writing as a route to progressive activism.
- Bullfrog Films has two new movies worthy of classroom use.