Multi/Intercultural Conversations: A Reader (Counterpoints #94) (Paperback)
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Multi/Intercultural Conversations brings together voices from all over the world in the examination of critical pedagogy and the politics of identity in regard to viewing education as a global endeavor. The authors are teachers, parents, professors, and writers engaged in projects of social justice and education with the desire to open a conversation between both students and teachers about education in the new millennium.
About the Author
The Editor: Shirley R. Steinberg teaches at Brooklyn College-CUNY. She is a well-known speaker and writer on education, popular culture, and issues of multiculturalism, diversity, and urban education. Her latest books include: Kinderculture: The Corporate Construction of Childhood; Thirteen Questions: Reframing Education's Conversation; and Changing Multiculturalism (all with Joe Kincheloe).