Volume 14 Number 3 – December 2016

Dave Hill
Christine Lewis
Alpesh Maisuria
Patrick Yarker
James Hill

Conservative Education Reloaded: Policy, Ideology and Impacts in England

Hana Cervinkova
Producing Homogeneity as a Historical Tradition. Neo-conservatism, Precarity and Citizenship Education in Poland

Danny Dorling
Sally Tomlinson
The Creation of Inequality: Myths of Potential and Ability

Robert Phillipson
Native speakers in linguistic imperialism

Anna Dillon
An exploration of linguistic neo-colonialism through educational language policy – an Irish perspective

Petar Jandrić
Astra Taylor

Unschoolers of the world, unwork! Grassroots lessons and strategies against 21st century capitalism

Pau Bori
Jelena Petanović

Constructing the entrepreneurial-self: How Catalan textbooks present the neoliberal worker to their students

Jyoti Raina
Teacher Education and Inclusionary Practices: Sharing Delhi University Experiences

Paulette Luff
Mallika Kanyal
Mansur Shehu
Nicola Brewis

Educating the youngest citizens – possibilities for early childhood education and care, in England

Magdalena Kuleta-Hulboj
The global citizen as an agent of change: Ideals of the global citizen in the narratives of Polish NGO employees

Magdalena Matysek-Imielińska
Educational Civil Experiment – a Story of a Particular Radical Housing Estate

Monika Popow
Isidora Sáez-Rosenkranz

Educational struggles and citizenship education. The case of Poland

Marta Zahorska
Education – civic, national or… none

Volume 14 Number 2 – August 2016

Debbie Sonu
Julie Gorlewski
Daniel Vallée

Editorial: Learn, by listening to the child in neoliberal schools

Pamela J. Hickey
“They Always Keep Us in Line”: Neoliberalism and Elementary Emergent Bilinguals

María Isabel Morales
There is space to play! Mexican American Children of Immigrants Learning With(in) Cherry Orchards

Kate Phillippo
Briellen Griffin

“If you don’t score high enough, then that’s your fault”:
Student civic dispositions in the context of competitive school choice policy

High School Youth
Variations on a life in bars

Jim Burns
Jaime Nolan
Ernest Weston, Jr. (Oglala Lakota)
Amanda Malcolm (Oneida)

Indigenous education, colonization, neoliberal schools, and narratives of survivance

Nataly Z. Chesky
Rebecca A. Goldstein

Whispers that echo: Girls’ experiences and voices in news media reports about STEM education reform

Julie Gorlewski
“Say what they want to hear”: Students’ Perceptions of Writing in a Working-Class High School

Jessica Ruglis
Daniel Vallée

Student disengagement as/and unfairness: Re-reading schools through photos

Claudia Diera
Democratic possibilities for student voice within schools undergoing reform: A student counterpublic case study

Volume 14 Number 1 – March 2016

Zane C. Wubbena 
Becoming Through Revolutionary Pedagogy: An Interview with Curry Malott and Derek R. Ford  

Aygülen Kayahan Karakul
Student Resistance Culture against School Values: An Ethnographic Research 

Oskar Szwabowski
The grey faces of academic workers: On the non-emancipatory resistance of Polish humanists to the edu-factory reform of academia

Jennifer Fitzner 
Back to the Dark Ages: Neoliberalism and The Decline of Labor 

David Kitchener
How much longer can we afford the free school debacle? State sponsored neoliberalism and the myths of choice 

Guillermo Foladori
Fictitious Science

Lars Dahlström
An autobiographical narrative towards Critical Practitioner Inquiry and a counter hegemonic southern network

Roberto Montoya
Cheryl E. Matias
Naomi W.M. Nishi
Geneva L. Sarcedo
Words are wind: using Du Bois and Bourdieu to ‘unveil’ the capricious nature of gifted and talented programs

Matt Grigorieff
Dispossessing Educational Equity: A Critical Exploration of California’s Community College Student Success Act

Antonio Jose Müller
César Augusto Rossatto
The Politics of Body Capital within Neoliberal Social Reproduction Systems: Freirean Critical Pedagogy Principles in Brazilian Schools

Maggie FitzGerald Murphy
An Ode to Stuart Hall’s “The Supply of Demand:” The Case of Post-Secondary Education in Ontario Fifty Years Later

Spyros Themelis
Stephen Cowden
Inny Accioly 

Book Symposium on Curry Malott and Derek Ford (2015) Marx, Capital and Education: Towards a Critical Pedagogy of Becoming. New York: Peter Lang

Liz Atkins
Paul Warmington
Vicky Duckworth
Book Symposium on James Avis (2015) Social Justice, Transformation and Knowledge: policy, workplace learning and skills. Abingdon/New York Routledge

Samuel Day Fassbinder
Book Review: Peter McLaren (2014) Life in Schools. 6th edition. Boulder CO: Paradigm.

Kevin Russel Magill
Book Review: Peter McLaren (2015) Pedagogy of Insurrection: From Resurrection to Revolution. New York: Peter Lang.

Volume 13 Number 3 – December 2015

Tom G. Griffiths
Editorial: Critical Education, Critical Pedagogies, Marxist Education

Grant Banfield
Marx and Education: working with the revolutionary educator

Kemal İnal
The origins of revolutionary critical education in Turkey

Dierdre O’Neill
Radical Pedagogy, Prison, and Film

Gail Edwards
Joyce Canaan
Radical, critical and Marxist education in neoliberal Britain

Simon Boxley
Critical Education Studies

Jean Ann Foley
Doug Morris
Panayota Gounari
Faith Agostinone-Wilson
Critical Education, Critical Pedagogies, Marxist Education in the United States

Roberto Leher
Paolo Vittoria

Social movements and critical pedagogy in Brazil: From the origins of popular education to the proposal of a Permanent Forum

Tom G. Griffiths
Critical education for systemic change: A world-systems analysis perspective

Maura Duffy
State-led education for democratic socialism: Venezuela’s Education Missions

Rosa María Massón Cruz
A Marxist Focus on Comparative Education in Cuba

Sona Kazemi
Book Review: Marxism and Feminism Edited by Shahrzad Mojab

Geraldine Mooney Simmie
Book Review: Pedagogy of Insurrection, by Peter McLaren.
McLaren’s Pedagogy of Insurrection and the Global Murder Machine in Education in ‘Austerity Ireland’

Volume 13 Number 2 – October 2015

Periklis Pavlidis
Social consciousness, education and transformative activity

Dave Hill
Christine Lewis
Alpesh Maisuria
Patrick Yarker
Julia Carr
Neoliberal and Neoconservative Immiseration Capitalism in England: Policies and Impacts on Society and on Education

Curry Malott
Derek R. Ford
Contributions to a Marxist Critical Pedagogy of Becoming: Centering the Critique of the Gotha Programme: Part Two

Philippa Hall
Labour Subjectivities for the new world of work: A critique of government policy on the integration of entrepreneurialism in the university curriculum.

Elisabeth Simbuerger
Mike Neary
Free Education! A “Live” Report on the Chilean Student Movement 2011-2014 – reform or revolution? [A Political Sociology for Action]

Amanda Oliveira Rabelo
Graziela Raupp Pereira
Maria Amélia Reis
Sex Education as a Transversal Subject

Lois Weiner
Democracy, critical education, and teachers unions: Connections and contradictions in the neoliberal epoch

Melanie Lawrence
Beyond the Neoliberal Imaginary: Investigating the Role of Critical Pedagogy in Higher Education

Conor Heaney
What is the University today?

Shawgi Tell
Can a Charter School Not be a Charter School?

Ş. Erhan Bagci
Decline of Meritocracy: Neo-feudal Segregation in Turkey

Declan McKenna
Policy over Procedure: A look at the School Completion Programme in Ireland. Is this State led educational intervention for disadvantaged children merely philanthropic and can current Global and National Neo Liberal Policy trends in Education be overcome?

Daniel B. Saunders
Resisting Excellence: Challenging Neoliberal Ideology in Postsecondary Education

Volume 13 Number 1 – June 2015

Marcus Hawel
Stefan Kalmring
Political learning processes. On the difficult role of critical intellectuals in social movements

Rubén Arriazu Muñoz
European Education Policy: A Historical and Critical Approach to Understanding the Impact of Neoliberalism in Europe

Aline Courtois
Theresa O’Keefe
Precarity in the ivory cage: Neoliberalism and casualisation of work in the Irish higher education sector

Roberto Ribeiro Baldino
Tânia Cristina Baptista Cabral
Profitability of qualified-labour-power production

Kevin D. Lam
Theories of Racism, Asian American Identities, and a Materialist Critical Pedagogy

Naciye Aksoy
The Corporate Social Responsibility and Sponsorship Illusion of the Commercial Companies in Public Elementary Schools of Turkey

Mehmet Saglam
12th September Coup d’état and the Media in the Narratives of the Primary School Students as Their Educational Experiences in the 1980s’ Turkey

Maria Ron-Balsera
Are schools promoting social and economic integration of migrant and ethnic minorities? The experiences of some young people of Ecuadorian background in Spain

Tarık Soydan
Being a Teacher in the East of Turkey

Robert FitzSimmons
Countering the neoliberal paradigm: A Pedagogy of the Heart from a Finnish Higher Learning Perspective

Brenda McMahon
Seeing Strengths in a Rural School: Educators’ Conceptions of Individual and Environmental Resilience Factors

Dr. Haggith Gor Ziv
Education of Deaf Children in Israel: A case of marginalizing a minority group

Volume 12 Number 3 – Dec 2014 / Jan 2015

Cassie Earl
Making Hope Possible: An exploration of moving popular Pedagogy Forward in Neoliberal Times from the Streets to the University

Simon Boxley
Lenin’s Lessons on schooling for the left in the UK

Vasillios Arvanitis
The Function of Public Education Systems in times of Recession: The Case of Greece (2008-2014)

Curry Malott
Derek R. Ford
Contributions to a Marxist Critical Pedagogy of Becoming: Centering the Critique of the Gotha Programme: Part One

Marcus Eckelt
Guido Schmidt
Learning to be precarious – The transition of young people from school into precarious work in Germany

Fevziye Sayılan
Some Critical Reflections on Lifelong Learning Policy in Turkey

Engin Atasay
Neoliberal Multiculturalism Embedded in Social Justice Education: Commodification of Multicultural Education for the 21st Century

Kevin Magill
Arturo Rodriguez
A Critical Humanist Curriculum

César Rossatto
Global Activism and Social Transformation vis-à-vis Dominant Forms of Economic Organization: Critical Education within Afro-Brazilian and Transnational Pedagogical Praxis

George Grollios
Anastasios Liambas
Critical approaches to Critical Pedagogy in Greece

Güliz Akkaymak
Neoliberal Ideology in Primary School Social Studies Textbooks in Turkey

Josh Cuevas
Hispanic Acculturation in the U.S.: Examining the Relationship Between Americans’ Ethnocentricity and Education

Ashlee Anderson
Brittany Aronson
Scott Ellison
Sherrie Fairchild-Keyes
Pushing Up Against the Limit-Horizon of Educational Change: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Popular Education Reform Texts

Volume 12 Number 2 – August 2014

Curry Malott
Contributions to a Marxist Critical Pedagogy: Revisiting Marx’s Humanism

Tanner Mirrlees
Shahid Alvi
Taylorizing Academia, Deskilling Professors and Automating Higher Education: The Recent Role of MOOCs

Lars Dahlström
John Nyambe
Case Studies of Teacher Education Forces in the Global South: Pedagogical possibilities when the main door is closed

Remy Yi Siang Low
Between Bethan and Me: A dialogue on the uncertain promise of education, precarious employment and what it means to be productive

Sardar M. Anwaruddin
Educational Neocolonialism and the World Bank: A Rancièrean Reading

Angelo Letizia
Radical Servant Leadership: A New Practice of Public Education Leadership in the Post-Industrial Age

Maria Olson
Magnus Dahlstedt
Citizen formation for a new millennium in Sweden – a prognosis of our time

James Avis
Austerity and Modernisation, One Nation Labour – Localism, the Economy and Vocational Education and Training in England

Gülay Aslan
Neo-liberal Transformation in Turkish Higher Education System: A New Story of a Turning Point: Draft Proposition on the Higher Education Law

Mark Wolfmeyer
‘Math for America’ Isn’t

Fred Harris
John Dewey’s Dual Theory of Inquiry and Its Value for the Creation of an Alternative Curriculum

Kemal Inal
Güliz Akkaymak
Deniz Yıldırım
The Constructivist Curriculum Reform in Turkey in 2004–In fact what is constructed?

Ambissa Keana
Adult Basic Literacy in Ethiopia 

Ingrid Henning Loeb
Karin Lumsden Wass
A Policy of Individualization and Flexibility Ignoring the Situation of Non-self-Reliant Individuals: The Example of Swedish Basic Adult Education

Volume 12 Number 1 – February 2014

Panagiotis Sotiris
University movements as laboratories of counter-hegemony

Bill Templer
Capitalism reborn, chaos and the post-socialist freefall: a view from Europe’s ‘new periphery’

Lilia D. Monzó
A Critical Pedagogy for Democracy: Confronting Higher Education’s Neoliberal Agenda with a Critical Latina Feminist Episteme

Kevin Harris
Praxis: The Making of Australia’s Radical Education Dossier

Curry Stephenson Malott
Coming to Critical Pedagogy: A Marxist Autobiography in the History of Higher Education

Jill Koyama
Brian Kania
When Transparency Obscures: The Political Spectacle of Accountability

Marcia Watson
Freedom Schools Then and Now: A Transformative Approach to Learning

Joseba Fernández
Facing the Corporate-University: The New Wave of Student Movements in Europe

Gladys Beatriz Barreyro
José Carlos Rothen
Andréia da Cunha Malheiros Santana
Policies for Evaluation and Regulation of Higher Education in Brazil (1995-2010), supporting the expansion of private higher education

Ambissa Kenea
Adult basic literacy “initiatives” in Ethiopia: change and continuity

Goran Puaca
Imperatives for ‘Right’ Educational Choices in Swedish Educational Policy

Evangelia Moula
Mary Kabouropoulou
Art and Fairy Tales in an interdisciplinary interplay: teaching interventions towards negotiation and subversion of gender roles and stereotypes

Hayley Bentham
Astrid Sinnes
Sigrid Gjøtterud
Exploring the priorities of Teacher education related policies: An Education for Sustainable Development perspective

Tarık  Soydan
Hüseyin Gürkan Abali
Changes in the Field of Finance of Education in Turkey within the Context of Neoliberal Policies

Ferdows Aghagolzadeh
Hossein Davari
Iranian Critical ELT: A Belated but Growing Intellectual Shift in Iranian ELT Community

Scott MacPhail
Robert McGray
International Financial Institution Policies of Conditionality and Public Pedagogy

Volume 11 Number 4 – November 2013

Curry Malott
Dave Hill
Grant Banfield
Neoliberalism, Immiseration Capitalism and the Historical Urgency of a Socialist Education

Mark Cresswell
Zulfia Karimova
Tom Brock
Pedagogy of the Privileged: Elite Universities and Dialectical Contradictions in the UK

José García and Noah De Lissovoy
Doing School Time: The Hidden Curriculum Goes to Prison

Roberto Ribeiro Baldino
Tânia Cristina Baptista Cabral
The productivity of students’ schoolwork: an exercise in Marxist rigour

Brad J. Porfilio
Debangshu Roychoudhury
Lauren Gardner
Ending the ‘War Against Youth:’ Social Media and Hip-Hop Culture as Sites of Resistance, Transformation and (Re) Conceptualization

Nisha Thapliyal
Reframing the public in public education: The Landless Workers Movement (MST) and adult education in Brazil

Dimitris Tsoubaris
Aleksandros Georgopoulos
Gauging the Potential of Socially Critical Environmental Education (EE): Examining Local Environmental problems through children’s perspective

Selda Polat
Neo-liberal education policies in Turkey and transformation in education

Dereje Tadesse Birbirso
Technology for Empowering or Subjugating Teachers: Analysis of Ethiopia’s Education Reform Discourse Practice

Sara Zamir
Tamar Horowitz
The manifestation of the value of patriotism among Israeli trainee teachers – natives and immigrants: how will they educate their pupils in the light of this value?

Ulas Ozer
The Song of the Other/ Public Space as a Learning Environment and Gypsy Musicians in Turkey

Alan Hodkinson
Inclusion ‘All present and correct?’ A critical analysis of New Labour’s inclusive education policy in England