Transnational Feminist Politics, Education, and Social Justice

Post Democracy and Post Truth
Bloomsbury Academic (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 18. November 2021
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  • 312 Seiten
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Written by an international group of feminist scholars and activists, the book explores how the rise in right-wing politics, fundamentalist religion, and radical nationalism is constructed and results in gendered and racial violence. The chapters cover a broad range of international contexts and offer new ways of combating assaults and oppression to understand the dangers inherent within the current global political and social climate.

The book includes a foreword by the distinguished critical activist, Antonia Darder, as well as a chapter by renowned feminist-scholar, Chandra Talpade Mohanty.
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
978-1-350-17448-1 (9781350174481)

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Silvia Edling is Professor of Curriculum Theory at the University of Gavle, Sweden. She is the co-author of Democracy and Teacher Education (2020), Historical- and Moral Consciousness: Learning Ethics for Democratic Citizenship Education (2022), and co-editor of Professional Learning and Identities in Teaching: International Narratives of Successful Teachers (2021).

Sheila Macrine is Professor of STEM Education and Teacher Development at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA. She is the author of Critical Pedagogy in Uncertain Times, 2nd ed (2020), and co-editor of Revolutionizing Pedagogy (2010) and Class in Education (2010).
Notes on Contributors
Foreword, Antonia Darder (Loyola Marymount University, USA)
Introduction, Sheila L. Macrine (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA) and Silvia Edling (University of Gävle, Sweden)
Part I: Overviews, Challenges and Possibilities
1. Borders and Bridges: Securitized Regimes, Racialized Citizenship, and Insurgent Feminist Praxis, Chandra Talpade Mohanty (Syracuse University, USA)
2. The Refugee Crisis is a Feminist Issue, Sheila L. Macrine (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA) and Silvia Edling (University of Gävle, Sweden)
3. How the Neoliberal Ultraconservative Alliance in Brazil Threatens Women's Lives: Learning to Fight and Survive, Inny Accioly (Fluminense Federal University, Brazil)
4. The Antidemocratic Fantasmatic Logic of Right-Wing Populism: Theoretical Reflections, Gundula Ludwig (Bremen University, Germany)
5. Technologies of Surveillance: A Transnational Black Feminist Analysis, K. Melchor Quick Hall (Fielding Graduate University, USA)
6. Hot Rockin' Vampires on Skateboards: Neoliberalism's Feminism, Robin Truth Goodman ((Florida State University, USA)
Part II: Contextualizations, Education and the Teacher Profession
7. Feminism and Anti-feminism in Sweden, in the Wake of #MeToo, Sarah Ljungquist (University of Gävle, Sweden)
8. Suppression of Teacher's Voices: Agency and Freedom within Neoliberal Masculinist Performativity, Geraldine Mooney Simmies (University of Limerick, Ireland)
9. Marias, Marielles, Malês: Southern Epistemologies, Resistance and Emancipation, Maria Luiza Süssekind (ANPEd, Brazil) and Ines Barbosa de Oliveira (State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
10. The Greek Crisis and the Gender Gap: Reinforcing Connections between Education and Women's Empowerment, Maria Nikolakaki (University of Peloponnese, Greece)
11. The Emergence of the Anti-Gender Agenda in Swedish Higher Education, Guadalupe Francia (University of Gävle, Sweden)
Conclusion, Silvia Edling (University of Gävle, Sweden) and Sheila L. Macrine (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA)

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