9780415989800

Critical Perspectives on bell hooks

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  • ISBN13:

    9780415989800

  • ISBN10:

    0415989809

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-02-23
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Summary

In Critical Perspectives on bell hooks , contributors in the field of education, philosophy, and social work offer critical reflections on bell hooks' work where she has been most influential. This is a must-read for scholars, professors, and students interested in issues of race, class and gender.

Table of Contents

Introduction, Maria del Guadalupe Davidson and George YancyPart One: Critical Pedagogy and Praxis1. Borderlines: bell hooks and the Pedagogy of Revolutionary Change, Nathalia E. Jaramillo and Peter McLaren2. Engaging Whiteness and the Practice Freedom: The Creation Of Subversive Academic Spaces, George Yancy3. Teaching to Transgress: Deconstructing Normalcy and Re-signifying the Marked Body, Cindy LaCom and Susan Hadley4. Bell hooks, White Supremacy, and the Academy, Tim Davidson and Jeanette R. Davidson5. Engaging bell hooks: How Teacher Educators Can Work to Sustain Themselves and Their Work, Gretchen Givens Generett6. Bell hooks' Children's Literature: Writing to Transform the World at its Root, Carme ManuelPart Two: The Dynamics of Race and Gender7. Talking Back: bell hooks, Feminism, and Philosophy, Donna-Dale L. Marcano8. Bell hooks and the Move from Marginalized Other to Radical Black Subject, Maria del Guadalupe Davidson9. The Ethics of Blackness: bell hooks' Postmodern Blackness and the Imperative of Liberation, Clevis Headley10. The Specter of Race: bell hooks, Deconstruction, and Revolutionary Blackness, Arnold FarrPart Three: Spirituality and Love11. Love Matters: bell hooks on Political Resistance and Change, Kathy Glass12. Love, Politics, and Ethics in the Postmodern Feminist Work of bell hooks and Julia Kristeva, Marilyn Edelstein13. "Revolutionary Interdependence": bell hooks' Ethic of Love as a Basis for a Feminist Liberation Theology of the Neighbor, Nancy E. Nienhuis14. Towards a Love Ethic: Love and Spirituality in bell hooks' Writing, Susana Vega-González

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