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The Resource "White" washing American education : the new culture wars in ethnic studies, Denise M. Sandoval, Anthony J. Ratcliff, Tracy Lachica Buenavista, and James R. Marín, editors

"White" washing American education : the new culture wars in ethnic studies, Denise M. Sandoval, Anthony J. Ratcliff, Tracy Lachica Buenavista, and James R. Marín, editors

Label
"White" washing American education : the new culture wars in ethnic studies
Title
"White" washing American education
Title remainder
the new culture wars in ethnic studies
Statement of responsibility
Denise M. Sandoval, Anthony J. Ratcliff, Tracy Lachica Buenavista, and James R. Marín, editors
Title variation
Whitewashing American education
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Recent attacks on ethnic studies, revisionist actions in curriculum content, and anti-immigrant policies are creating a new culture war in America. This important work lays out the current debates--both in K-12 and higher education--to uncover the dangers and to offer solutions. Presents an innovative exploration of the new culture wars that address the various debates and views on ethnic studies that are under attack in American education, both in grades K-12 and in higher education Provides information and insights presented by outstanding editors and contributors who are influential in the field Includes case studies of ethnic studies at risk in higher education as well as personal narratives regarding the challenges and struggles of ethnic studies scholars and practitioners Suggests solutions for strengthening diverse curricula in K-12 classrooms and in higher education classrooms"--
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Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
378.00973
Index
index present
LC call number
E184.A1
LC item number
W3975 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Sandoval, Denise M.
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  • United States
  • Education
Label
"White" washing American education : the new culture wars in ethnic studies, Denise M. Sandoval, Anthony J. Ratcliff, Tracy Lachica Buenavista, and James R. Marín, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Volume 1. K-12 education -- volume 2. Higher education
  • Socorro Morales, Sylvia Mendoza Aviña, and Dolores Delgado Bernal
  • Ethnic studies pedagogy in practice
  • The youth will speak: youth participatory action research as a vehicle to connect an ethnic studies pedagogy to communities
  • Mark Bautista, Antonio Nieves Martinez, and Dani O'Brien
  • Rise above: Filipina/o American studies and punk rock pedagogy
  • Noah Romero
  • "You can ban chicano books, but they still pop up!" Activism, public discourse, and decolonial curriculums in Los Angeles
  • Elias Serna
  • Struggle in the mud: stockton, ethniic studies, and community engagement: an autoethnography
  • Motecuzoma Sanchez
  • Volume 1: K-12 education
  • Critical practitioner preparations
  • The power of ethnic studies: developing culturally and community responsive leaders
  • Arlene Daus-Magbual and Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales
  • Brown washing hermeneutics: historically responsive pedagogy in ethnic studies
  • Roderick Daus-Magbual
  • Common struggle: high school ethnic studies approaches to building solidarity between black and brown youth
  • Jerica Coffey and Ron Espiritu
  • Resistance and resilience in Tucson: The Xican@ Institute for Teaching and Organizing (XITO) as form of resistance and liberation
  • Anita Fernández
  • The story of our day: moving our imaginations to immense recolutionary potential in America
  • Historical and theoretical considerations
  • Luis J. Rodriguez
  • Hecho en Berkeley: a brief history of the chicana/o and latina/o studies program at Berkeley High School/
  • Pablo Gonzalez
  • Xicana/o indigenous epistemologies: toward a decolonizing and liberatory education for Xicana/o youth
  • Martín Sean Arce -- Healing identity: the organic Rx resistance, and regeneration in the classroom
  • R. Tolteka Cuauhtin
  • Education in Nepantle: a chicana family approach to engaging latina/o elementary youth in ethnic studies
  • Issues in the Ethnic studies culture wars: a veteran's insights
  • Rodolfo F. Acuña
  • The battle to decolonize knowledge: theories, experiences, and perspectives teaching ethnic studies in Arizona
  • Xamuel Bañales and Mary Roaf
  • On building latino studies in the white, liberal arts, corporatized university: an autoethnography
  • Oriel María Siu
  • Why are not :the Help": a composite autoethnography of service and struggle in ethnic studies
  • womyn of color collective
  • Where are all of the latina/os?:teaching latina/o studies in the midwest
  • Luis H. Moreno
  • Volume 2: Higher education
  • Presumed biased: the challenge and rewards of teaching "post-racial" student to see racism
  • Barbara Harris Combs
  • Sharing our stories: ethnic studies research and community engagement
  • Militant humility: the essential role of community engagement in thnic studies pedadagogy
  • Glenn Omatsu
  • Exploring the intersections between scholarship and activism: our journey from community concerns to scholarly work
  • Yarma Velázquez-Vargas, Marta López-Garza, and Mary Pardo
  • ¡La lucha continua!: why community history[-ies] matters- ethnic studies research, art activism, and the struggle for space and place in the northeast San Fernando Valley
  • Denise M. Sandoval
  • Humanistic visions/ transformative change: student activism and classroom pedagogy
  • Ethnic studies intellectual traditions: political and theoretical shifts in academia
  • What we dream, what we want, what we do: CSUN Asian American studies students building bridges and forging movements for a Twenty-first century Asian American studies
  • Clement Lai, Lawrence Lan, Alina Nguyen, with contributions from Ilaisaane Fonua, Louise Fonua, Kevin Guzman, Samantha Jones, Presley Kann, Gregory Pancho, Carolina Quintanilla, and Emily Vallega
  • ¡Si se pudo!: student activism in the chicana/o studies movement at UCLA, 1990-1993
  • José M. Aguilar-Hernandez
  • Teaching ethnic studies through SWAPA from California to New York: the classroom as healing space
  • Eddy Francisco Alvarez jr. -- On ethnic studies, trauma, and trigger warning
  • Araceli Esparza
  • Neoliberalism in the Academic Borderlands: an ongoing struggle for equality and human rights
  • Antonia Darder
  • "But it's a dry hate": illegal Americans, other Americans and the citizenship regime
  • T. Mark montoya
  • Insurrectional knowledge: antipridon Africana pedagogy, ethnic studies, and the undoing of the carceral state
  • Christopher M. Tinson
Control code
ocn938708064
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9781440832550
Lccn
2016005000
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)938708064
Label
"White" washing American education : the new culture wars in ethnic studies, Denise M. Sandoval, Anthony J. Ratcliff, Tracy Lachica Buenavista, and James R. Marín, editors
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Volume 1. K-12 education -- volume 2. Higher education
  • Socorro Morales, Sylvia Mendoza Aviña, and Dolores Delgado Bernal
  • Ethnic studies pedagogy in practice
  • The youth will speak: youth participatory action research as a vehicle to connect an ethnic studies pedagogy to communities
  • Mark Bautista, Antonio Nieves Martinez, and Dani O'Brien
  • Rise above: Filipina/o American studies and punk rock pedagogy
  • Noah Romero
  • "You can ban chicano books, but they still pop up!" Activism, public discourse, and decolonial curriculums in Los Angeles
  • Elias Serna
  • Struggle in the mud: stockton, ethniic studies, and community engagement: an autoethnography
  • Motecuzoma Sanchez
  • Volume 1: K-12 education
  • Critical practitioner preparations
  • The power of ethnic studies: developing culturally and community responsive leaders
  • Arlene Daus-Magbual and Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales
  • Brown washing hermeneutics: historically responsive pedagogy in ethnic studies
  • Roderick Daus-Magbual
  • Common struggle: high school ethnic studies approaches to building solidarity between black and brown youth
  • Jerica Coffey and Ron Espiritu
  • Resistance and resilience in Tucson: The Xican@ Institute for Teaching and Organizing (XITO) as form of resistance and liberation
  • Anita Fernández
  • The story of our day: moving our imaginations to immense recolutionary potential in America
  • Historical and theoretical considerations
  • Luis J. Rodriguez
  • Hecho en Berkeley: a brief history of the chicana/o and latina/o studies program at Berkeley High School/
  • Pablo Gonzalez
  • Xicana/o indigenous epistemologies: toward a decolonizing and liberatory education for Xicana/o youth
  • Martín Sean Arce -- Healing identity: the organic Rx resistance, and regeneration in the classroom
  • R. Tolteka Cuauhtin
  • Education in Nepantle: a chicana family approach to engaging latina/o elementary youth in ethnic studies
  • Issues in the Ethnic studies culture wars: a veteran's insights
  • Rodolfo F. Acuña
  • The battle to decolonize knowledge: theories, experiences, and perspectives teaching ethnic studies in Arizona
  • Xamuel Bañales and Mary Roaf
  • On building latino studies in the white, liberal arts, corporatized university: an autoethnography
  • Oriel María Siu
  • Why are not :the Help": a composite autoethnography of service and struggle in ethnic studies
  • womyn of color collective
  • Where are all of the latina/os?:teaching latina/o studies in the midwest
  • Luis H. Moreno
  • Volume 2: Higher education
  • Presumed biased: the challenge and rewards of teaching "post-racial" student to see racism
  • Barbara Harris Combs
  • Sharing our stories: ethnic studies research and community engagement
  • Militant humility: the essential role of community engagement in thnic studies pedadagogy
  • Glenn Omatsu
  • Exploring the intersections between scholarship and activism: our journey from community concerns to scholarly work
  • Yarma Velázquez-Vargas, Marta López-Garza, and Mary Pardo
  • ¡La lucha continua!: why community history[-ies] matters- ethnic studies research, art activism, and the struggle for space and place in the northeast San Fernando Valley
  • Denise M. Sandoval
  • Humanistic visions/ transformative change: student activism and classroom pedagogy
  • Ethnic studies intellectual traditions: political and theoretical shifts in academia
  • What we dream, what we want, what we do: CSUN Asian American studies students building bridges and forging movements for a Twenty-first century Asian American studies
  • Clement Lai, Lawrence Lan, Alina Nguyen, with contributions from Ilaisaane Fonua, Louise Fonua, Kevin Guzman, Samantha Jones, Presley Kann, Gregory Pancho, Carolina Quintanilla, and Emily Vallega
  • ¡Si se pudo!: student activism in the chicana/o studies movement at UCLA, 1990-1993
  • José M. Aguilar-Hernandez
  • Teaching ethnic studies through SWAPA from California to New York: the classroom as healing space
  • Eddy Francisco Alvarez jr. -- On ethnic studies, trauma, and trigger warning
  • Araceli Esparza
  • Neoliberalism in the Academic Borderlands: an ongoing struggle for equality and human rights
  • Antonia Darder
  • "But it's a dry hate": illegal Americans, other Americans and the citizenship regime
  • T. Mark montoya
  • Insurrectional knowledge: antipridon Africana pedagogy, ethnic studies, and the undoing of the carceral state
  • Christopher M. Tinson
Control code
ocn938708064
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9781440832550
Lccn
2016005000
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)938708064

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