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In Teaching Critical Thinking, renowned cultural critic and progressive educator bell hooks addresses some of the most compelling issues facing teaching issues facing teachers in and out of the classroom today.
Bell hooks is a world-renowned intellectual, cultural critic, and writer who is also distinguished Professor in Appalachian Studies at Berea College in Kentucky. Among her many books are the feminist classic Ain't I A Woman, the dialogue (with Cornel West) Breaking Bread, the children's books Happy to be Nappy and Be Boy Buzz, the memoir Bone Black, and the general interest titles All About Love, Rock My Soul, and Communion. She has published seven titles with Routledge: Belonging, We Real Cool: Black Men and Masculinity, Where We Stand, Teaching to Transgress, Teaching Community, Outlaw Culture, and Reel to Real.
Table of Contents
|Critical Thinkint||p. 7|
|Democratic Education||p. 13|
|Engaged Pedaeos||p. 19|
|Telling the Story||p. 49|
|Sharing the story||p. 55|
|To Lecture or Not||p. 63|
|Humor in the Classroom||p. 69|
|Crying Time||p. 77|
|Feminist Revolution||p. 91|
|Black, Female, and Academic||p. 95|
|Learning Past the Hate||p. 103|
|Honoring Teachers||p. 111|
|Teachers against Teaching||p. 117|
|The Joy of Reading||p. 127|
|Intellectual Life||p. 135|
|Writing Books for Children||p. 141|
|To Love Again||p. 159|
|Feminist Change||p. 165|
|Moving Past Race and Gender||p. 169|
|Talking Sex||p. 177|
|Teaching as Prophetic Vocation||p. 181|
|Practical Wisdom||p. 185|
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