Queer Epistemologies in Education

Luso-Hispanic Dialogues and Shared Horizons
 
 
Palgrave Macmillan (Verlag)
  • erscheint ca. am 25. November 2020
 
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  • Hardcover
978-3-030-50304-8 (ISBN)
 
This edited collection brings together the work of researchers and educators from Argentina, Brazil, Spain, Colombia, Costa Rica, Portugal,and Mexico on education, pedagogy, and research from a queer perspective. It offers a space for the dissemination and development of new lines of analysis and intervention in the field of Queer Pedagogies in the region, relevant to the present and future of the field both in our countries and beyond. Chapters provide perspectives aware of the regional context but relevant from a theoretical and practical perspective beyond Ibero-America. The volume covers elementary, middle, and higher education, formal and informal, and includes theoretical and applied contributions on a variety of topics including public policies on education, queer youth, sex education, and conservative attacks against "gender ideology" in the region.


1st ed. 2020
  • Englisch
  • Cham
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
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  • 15 s/w Abbildungen
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  • 15 Illustrations, black and white; Approx. 270 p. 15 illus.
  • Höhe: 21 cm
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  • Breite: 14.8 cm
978-3-030-50304-8 (9783030503048)
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Moira Pérez is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Assistant Researcher at the National Council for Scientific Research (CONICET). At the convergence of Practical Philosophy and Queer Theory, her research focuses on the articulation between violence and identity, with particular interest in epistemic and institutional violence.


Gracia Trujillo-Barbadillo is Professor of Sociology in the Faculty of Education at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), Spain, and feminist and queer/cuir activist. Trujillo-Barbadillo has published on lgtbi and queer theories and political practices, queer epistemologies in education, sexual politics, memories, archives, and queer kinship and reproduction.

1. Introduction Section I. Between Theories and Practices2. Perspectivizing and reimagining queer times and places through collaborative interventionist research in a Brazilian school3. Queering Freire's Pedagogies: Resistance, Empowerment and Transgression in Teacher Training4. Queer, Crip, and Social Pedagogy: A Critical Hermeneutic Perspective5. Pedagogical Devices in/of the Images. Notes on Lesbian Desire and Knowing How to FuckSection II. Queering the Classroom and Beyond6. Gender and Sexuality in the Brazilian Educational Rhizome: A Cartogenealogy of the Production of Difference in the Plot of Curricular Public Policies7. Diva Yes! Free to Fly! Queer Resistance of Young Students in a Public School in the Capital of Piauí, Brazil8. Claiming their Right to Appear: the Gender Studies Research Group, from the Free University of Colombia, as Maker of Oppositional KnowledgeSection III. Queer Pedagogies in and for Regressive Times9. 'Gender ideology' in conservative discourses: public sphere and sex education in Latin America10. Subjectivities, bodies and desires: Costa Rican secondary teachers and students discourses about sexual diversity11. Fear of a Queer Pedagogy of Law12. "A Glossary of Queer"13. Conclusion: Shared horizons and future challenges
This edited collection brings together the work of researchers and educators from Argentina, Brazil, Spain, Colombia, Costa Rica, Portugal,and Mexico on education, pedagogy, and research from a queer perspective. It offers a space for the dissemination and development of new lines of analysis and intervention in the field of Queer Pedagogies in the region, relevant to the present and future of the field both in our countries and beyond. Chapters provide perspectives aware of the regional context but relevant from a theoretical and practical perspective beyond Ibero-America. The volume covers elementary, middle, and higher education, formal and informal, and includes theoretical and applied contributions on a variety of topics including public policies on education, queer youth, sex education, and conservative attacks against "gender ideology" in the region.

Moira Pérez is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Assistant Researcher at the National Council for Scientific Research (CONICET). At the convergence of Practical Philosophy and Queer Theory, her research focuses on the articulation between violence and identity, with particular interest in epistemic and institutional violence.

Gracia Trujillo-Barbadillo is Professor of Sociology in the Faculty of Education at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), Spain, and feminist and queer/cuir activist. Trujillo-Barbadillo has published on lgtbi and queer theories and political practices, queer epistemologies in education, sexual politics, memories, archives, and queer kinship and reproduction.

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