Vol. 9 Nbr. 2, September 2005
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- Editor's introduction.
- Season of lilacs: nostalgia of place and homeplace(s) of difference.
- Bewitched ... the 1960s sitcom revisited: a queer read.
- Yelling and listening: youth culture, punk rock, and power.
- Sequential traumatization: the living conditions of children of those politically persecuted under the Nazi regime.
- Weaving multiple dialects in the classroom discourse: poetry and spoken word as a critical teaching tool.
- How can we teach peace when we are so outraged? A call for critical peace education.
- Exceptional youth cultures: a framework for instructional strategies of inclusive classrooms.
- "Backward" curiculum design and assessment: what goes around comes around, or haven't we seen this before?
- Voices and choices in read, wite, and blues.