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📒Pedagogies And Curriculums To Re Imagine Public Education ✍ Encarna Rodríguez
✏Pedagogies and Curriculums to Re imagine Public Education Book Summary : This book discusses current market-based educational discourses and how they have undermined the notion of “the public” in public education by allowing private visions of education to define the public democratic imagination. Against this discouraging background, this text embraces Freire’s understanding of hope as an ontological need and calls for finding new public grounds for our public imagination. It further articulates Freire’s mandate to unveil historically concrete practices to sustain democratic educational visions, no matter how difficult this task may be, by (1) presenting an indepth description of the pedagogies and curriculums of eleven schools across historical and geographical locations that have worked or are still working with disenfranchised communities and that have publicly hoped for a better future for their students, and by (2) reflecting on how the stories of these schools offer us new opportunities to rethink our own pedagogical commitment to public visions of education. To promote this reflection, this book offers the notion of publicly imagined public education as a conceptual tool to help understand the historical and discursive specificity of schools’ hopes and to (re)claim public schools as legitimate sites of public imagination.
📒Annual Review Of Gerontology And Geriatrics Volume 32 2012 ✍ Bert Hayslip
✏Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics Volume 32 2012 Book Summary : Print+CourseSmart
📒Apartheid On A Black Isle ✍ D. Curry
✏Apartheid on a Black Isle Book Summary : In this single square mile hemmed in by White areas, residents engaged in what is arguably the most multi-faceted, inventive, and versatile strategy of resistance during the 1970s. Apartheid on a Black Isle brings to the fore the definitive but underappreciated role that Alexandra played in advancing human rights. Using their manufactured space, Alexandrans revolutionized the South African freedom struggle by fertilizing the underground movement, by joining in solidarity with Soweto during the student uprising and by finding unique ways to grieve. This book explores and introduces ordinary Alexandrans whose narratives challenged preconceived notions of resistance, identity, gender and space.
📒Ubuntu Relational Love ✍ Devi Dee Mucina
✏Ubuntu Relational Love Book Summary : Ubuntu is a Bantu term meaning humanity. It is also a philosophical and ethical system of thought, from which definitions of humanness, togetherness, and social politics of difference arise. Devi Dee Mucina is a Black Indigenous Ubuntu man. In Ubuntu Relational Love, he uses Ubuntu oratures as tools to address the impacts of Euro-colonialism while regenerating relational Ubuntu governance structures. Called “millet granaries” to reflect the nourishing and sustaining nature of Indigenous knowledges, and written as letters addressed to his mother, father, and children, Mucina’s oratures take up questions of geopolitics, social justice, and resistance. Working through personal and historical legacies of dispossession and oppression, he challenges the fragmentation of Indigenous families and cultures and decolonizes impositions of white supremacy and masculinity. Drawing on anti-racist, African feminist, and Ubuntu theories and critically influenced by Indigenous masculinities scholarship in Canada, Ubuntu Relational Love is a powerful and engaging book.
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📒Filio Desideratissimo 1862 ✍ Edward Hawkins
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📒Mine Boy By Peter Abrahams ✍ Edmund Chipamaunga
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📒The Sexual Relations Of Mankind ✍ Paolo Mantegazza
✏The Sexual Relations of Mankind Book Summary : Paolo Mantegazza is remembered mainly as a "sex writer", which is sometimes a term of reproach, sometimes a term of honor. As a delineator of love, Mantegazza has never been surpassed and rarely equaled; he has faults as a writer, but they are invariably the faults of superabundance -- from the depths of his nature there poured a thousand pages surcharged with passion -- and never of emotional poverty. When Mantegazza wrote about love, he could not be calm. For everywhere he saw sex, the source of the profoundest of human emotions, bringing tragedy instead of happiness to mankind. As a pioneer sexologist, Mantegazza naturally encountered much opposition. In the Era of the Fig-leaf, they did not understand, and often assailed the writer of the Trilogia. In this warfare, Mantegazza could not retreat; his pen was as a lance striking in dark places, unloosening rusty hinges from the rotting door of prudery. "You who have known me for a long time as a physician and friend," he said, "know that I have the courage to work in the open, and that I have never been among those who applaud the lasciviousness of a ballet dancer, and place fig leaves on Greek statues."Paolo Mantegazza (1831- 1910) was an Italian physician, anthropologist and author.
📒Requiem For Sophiatown ✍ Can Themba
✏Requiem for Sophiatown Book Summary : “No artist will ever be content to substitute the noise of war for the music of his soul,” wrote the South African Can Themba, the star turn of the Sophiatown Renaissance of the 1950s. His pieces about what he defined as the shadow life of the new African led the way for a generation of writers in Drum magazine, The Classic and other outlets. Here are twenty-five short stories and sketches from the creative side of his career, including “The Suit” - his classic, most anthologised and adapted work - with several previously uncollected pieces, some in print for the first time.