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A Call to Action

Malott, Curry Stephenson

A Call to Action

An Introduction to Education, Philosophy, and Native North America

Series: Counterpoints - Volume 324

Year of Publication: 2008

New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2008. XIV, 232 pp.
ISBN 978-1-4331-0172-4 pb.  (Softcover)
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Weight: 0.340 kg, 0.750 lbs

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Book synopsis

A Call to Action challenges current and future teachers to take seriously the philosophical implications of being an educator on land indigenous to a particular human group with both Native and non-Native students. Readers are introduced to the interrelated histories of education, philosophy, and Native and non-Native peoples in North America. These discussions point to the advancement of a critical pedagogy for Native North America. This book should be read by any teacher or student who is or will be involved with cultural studies, especially in the area of Native Americans.

About the author(s)/editor(s)

The Author: Curry Stephenson Malott works and lives in Buffalo, New York. He has published in areas such as cultural studies, critical pedagogy, the social studies, Marxism, teacher education, urban education, neo-liberalism, and Latin American education. With Milagros Peña, he is author of Punk Rockers’ Revolution: A Pedagogy of Race, Class, and Gender (Peter Lang, 2005).

Reviews

«Decolonizing pedagogy is a major task of those of us who work in the field of critical education and Curry Stephenson Malott’s ‘A Call to Action’ is a major advance in this endeavor – an important book that needs to be engaged by critical educators everywhere.» (Peter McLaren, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles)

Series

Counterpoints: Studies in the Postmodern Theory of Education. Vol. 324
General Editors: Shirley R. Steinberg and Joe L. Kincheloe