Volume 11 Number 3 – July 2013

Lauren E. McDonald
In Their Own Words: U.S. Think Tank “Experts” and the Framing of Education Policy Debates

Eleni Prokou
Equity and efficiency in Greek higher education policies in the past three decades: a shift of emphasis to the issue of efficiency / “quality assurance” in the 2000s.

Richard Hall
Educational technology and the enclosure of academic labour inside public higher education

Esther Milu
Critical Perspectives on Free Primary Education in Kenya: Towards an Anti-Colonial Pedagogy

Sophie Ward
Creativity, Freedom and the Crash: how the concept of creativity was used as a bulwark against communism during the Cold War, and as a means to reconcile individuals to neoliberalism prior to the Great Recession

Leonidas Maroudas and Evangelos Nikolaidis
Institutional changes and the expansion of flexible forms of employment in higher education: the case of Greek Universities

Ahmet Yildiz, Derya Ünlü, Zeynep Alica, Dogus Sarpkaya
Remembering Mahmut Hoca in a Neoliberal Age: “I am not a tradesman but a teacher.”

Angelo Letizia
Battle for the Enlightenment: Neoliberalism, Critical Theory and the role of Circumvential Education in Fostering a New Phase of the Enlightenment

Mark Stern
Bad Teacher: What Race to the Top Learned From the “race to the bottom”

Robert FitzSimmons and Satu Uusiautti
Critical Revolutionary Pedagogy Spiced by Pedagogical Love

Brittany Aronson and Ashlee Anderson
Critical Teacher Education and the Politics of Teacher Accreditation: Are We Practicing What We Preach?

Maria Vaina, Evaggelia Katidioti, and Antonis Ktiti
Teaching the Banking System according to Critical Education. A Study of a Schoolbook on Economics in Greece

Tim Rudd
The Ideological Construction of a New Form of Digital Exclusion: Computer Science as Latin or Total Deus Ex Machina?

YiShan Lea
Travel as a Ritual Toward Transformative Consciousness: Juxtaposing Che Guevara’s Biography and Teacher Candidates’ Narratives

Kirsi-Marja Saurén and Kaarina Määttä
The Ritualization of Progress—the Schooled Imagination

Joshua A. Cuevas
A Reflection on Belief

Volume 11 Number 2 – March 2013

Brad J. Porfilio and Julie Gorlewski
Editorial: An International Examination of Teacher Education: Exposing and Resisting the Neoliberal Agenda

Joyce E Canaan
Resisting the English Neoliberalising University: What Critical Pedagogy can offer

Biljana Samoukovic
Democracy in the Global World; from Dewey’s Educational Aims for Social Efficiency to Educating a Global Mind

Sue Books and Rian de Villiers
Importing Educators and Redefining what it means to be a Teacher in the U.S.

Amy Brown
Waiting for Superwoman: White Female Teachers and the Construction of the “Neoliberal Savior” in a New York City Public School

Cecilie Rønning Haugen
Comparing the OECD’s and Norway’s Orientation to Equity in their Teacher Education Policies: Teacher Autonomy under Attack?

P. L. Thomas
Corporate Education Reform and the Rise of State Schools

Stephen Vassallo
Resistance to Self-Regulated Learning Pedagogy in an Urban Classroom: A Critique of Neoliberalism

Jenifer Crawford Lima
The Possibilities and Constraints of Three Teachers’ Perspectives and Enactment of Critical Praxis in Public Schools

Eve Tuck
Neoliberalism as Nihilism? A Commentary on Educational Accountability, Teacher Education, and School Reform

Volume 11 Number 1 – March 2013

Spyros Themelis and Terry Wrigley
Editorial: Class and Education: Old Issues, New Perspectives

John Yandell
Class and education: What is to be done?

Joyce E Canaan
Where did Class go, Why may it be returning?: A View from Sociology Students

Spyros Themelis
Social class and Education in Modern Britain: Why Inequalities Persist and How can we explain them

Panagiotis Sotiris
Higher Education and Class: Production or Reproduction?

Terry Wrigley
Class and Culture: Sources of Confusion in Educational Sociology

Terry Wrigley
Review Essay: Class, Ethics and Education. Paul Blackledge, Marxism and Ethics: Freedom, Desire, and Revolution

Volume 10 Number 2 – October 2012

Dave Hill

Immiseration Capitalism, Activism and Education: Resistance, Revolt and Revenge

Frank Truth
Pay Big to Publish Fast: Academic Journal Rackets

Mike Neary and Sarah Amsler
Occupy: a new pedagogy of space and time?

Periklis Pavlidis
The Antinomic Condition of the University: “Universal Labour” Beyond “Academic Capitalism”

Curry Malott
Rethinking Educational Purpose: The socialist challenge

Jennifer de Saxe
Conceptualizing Critical Feminist Theory and Emancipatory Education

Mike Cole
‘Abolish the white race’ or ‘transfer economic power to the people’? : Some educational implications

Mike Neary
Teaching Politically: Policy, Pedagogy and the New European University

Ravi Kumar
The Charge of Neoliberal Brigade and Higher Education in India

Dionysios Gouvias
The Post-modern Rhetoric of Recent Reforms in Greek Higher Education

Babak Fozooni
The Politics of Encyclopaedias

Gun-Marie Frånberg and Marie Wrethander
The rise and fall of a social problem: Critical reflections on educational policy and research issues

Imed Labidi
Arabizing Obama: Media’s Racial Pathologies and the Rise of Postmodern Racism

Maria Nikolakaki
Building a Society of Solidarity Through Critical Pedagogy: Group Teaching as a Social and Democratic Tool

Navin Kumar Singh
Exploration of Praxis through Personal and Professional Journey: Implications

Olli-Jukka Jokisaari
A Philosophy for Education in the World of Technology

Reza Pishghadam and Elham Naji Meidani
A Critical Look into Critical Pedagogy

Geraldine Mooney Simmie
The Pied Piper of Neo Liberalism Calls the Tune in the Republic of Ireland: An Analysis of Education Policy Text from 2000-2012

 

Volume 10 Number 1 – April 2012

Jerrold L. Kachur
The Liberal Virus in Critical Pedagogy: Beyond “Anti-This-and-That” Postmodernism and Three Problems in the Idea of Communism

Giorgos Tsimouris
The task of critical educator in the era of globalized immigration: a view from the European periphery

Periklis Pavlidis
The Rise of General Intellect and the Meaning of Education. Reflections on the Contradictions of Cognitive Capitalism

Dimitris Zachos
Institutional Racism? Roma children, local community and school practices

Nathalia E. Jaramillo
Occupy, Recuperate and Decolonize

Charlotte Chadderton
UK secondary schools under surveillance: what are the implications for race? A Critical Race and Butlerian analysis

Marnie Holborow
Neoliberalism, human capital and the skills agenda in higher education – the Irish case

Panagiotis Sotiris
Theorizing the Entrepreneurial University: Open questions and possible answers

George Pasias and Yannis Roussakis
“Who marks the bench?”A critical review of the neo-European educational “paradigm”

Ira Papageorgiou
Educational activities in campaign organisations: Promoting migrants’ socio-political involvement through language education

Panagiotis Maniatis
Critical Intercultural Education Necessities and Prerequisites for its development in Greece

Anastasia Liasidou
Inclusive education and critical pedagogy at the intersections of disability, race, gender and class

Anastassios Liambas and Ioannis Kaskaris
Dialog and the love in the work of Paulo Freire

Christopher A. Warren
The Effect of Post-Racial Theory on Education

Evgenia Flogaitis, Christina Nomikou, Elli Naoum, and Christina Katsenou
Investigating the possibilities of creating a Community of Practice. Action Research in three educational institutions

Karen François and Charoula Stathopoulou
In-Between Critical Mathematics Education and Ethnomathematics. The Case of a Romany Students’ group Mathematics Education

Zeynep Mine Derince
Reflections on Teaching Practices through Conditionings in Turkey

Tzina Kalogirou and Konstantinos Malafantis
Do I dare / disturb the universe? Critical Pedagogy and the ethics of resistance to and engagement with literature

Matina Balampekou and Georgis Floriotis
Antonio Gramsci, Education and science

Vicki Macris
Towards a Pedagogy of Philoxenia (Hospitality): Negotiating Policy Priorities for Immigrant Students in Greek Public Schools

Alessandra Troian and Marcelo Leandro Eichler
Extension or communication?– The perceptions of southern Brazilian tobacco farmers and rural agents about rural extension and Framework Convention on Tobacco Control

Konstantinos Avramidis and Konstantina Drakopoulou
Graffiti Crews’ Potential Pedagogical Role

Volume 9 Number 2 – November 2011

Grant Banfield
Looking for Marx: A Review of Marx and Education by Jean Anyon

Ken McGrew
On Being Holier-Than-Thou: A Critique of Curry Malott’s “Pseudo-Marxism and the Reformist Retreat from Revolution”

Gail Edwards
The Past and Future inside the Present: Dialectical Thinking and the Transformation of Teaching Education

Sarah S. Amsler
Revalorizing the Critical Attitude for Critical Education

Zachary A. Casey
Toward a Reconceptualization of Needs in Classrooms: Baudrillard, Critical Pedagogy, and Schooling in The United States

Arturo Rodriguez
Matthew David Smith
Reimagining Freirean Pedagogy: Sendero for Teacher Education

Andrew Armitage
Critical Pedagogy and Learning to Dialogue: Towards Reflexive Practice for Financial Management and Accounting Education

Carl-Ulrik Schierup
Aleksandra Ålund
From Paradoxes of Multiculturalism to Paradoxes of Liberalism. Sweden and the European Neo-Liberal Hegemony

Jennifer Esposito
Negotiating the Gaze and Learning the Hidden Curriculum: A Critical Race Analysis of the Embodiment of Female Students of Color at a Predominantly White Institution

Paul C. Mocombe
Role Conflict and Black Underachievement

Matthew David Smith
Arturo Rodriguez
A Critical Foundation for Bilingual Education

Brenda McMahon
The perpetuation of risk: Organizational and institutional policies and practices in a Title 1 school in the USA

Carlo Fanelli
James Meades
Austerity, Ontario and Post-Secondary Education: The Case of “Canada’s Capital University”

Chris Holligan
Kuang-Hsu Chiang
Browne’s Capgas Delusion: The Destruction of the Public University

Luiza Cortesão
Paulo Freire and Amilcar Cabral: convergences

Dulce Abigail Pérez-Aguilera
Leonardo E. Figueroa-Helland
Beyond Acculturation: Political “Change”, Indigenous Knowledges, and Intercultural Higher-Education in Mexico

Volume 9 Number 1 – May 2011

Curry Stephenson Malott
Pseudo-Marxism and the Reformist Retreat from Revolution: A Critical Essay Review of Marx and Education

Vicki Macris
The Ideological Conditions of Social Reproduction

Maria Nikolakaki
Critical pedagogy and democracy: cultivating the democratic ethos

Nathalia Jaramillo
Dialogic Action for Critical Democracy

Steven Colatrella
Nothing Exceptional: Against Agamben

Graeme Martin and Nick Peim
Cross-border higher education, who profits?

Tristan Bunnell
Post-16 curriculum provision in England: the emerging functional ‘triage’ serving Capital’s needs

Chris Arthur
Financial Literacy in Ontario: Neoliberalism, Pierre Bourdieu and the Citizen

Stefan Wolf, Felipe A. Hernández Penton, Anna Lidia Beltrán Marin & Osvaldo Romero
The Cuban Vocational Education and Training System and its Current Changes

Scott H. Boyd
The Spread of Neoliberalism in US Community Colleges: TQM Accreditation, “Consumers,” and Corporate Sponsored Non-Profits

Timothy Scott
A Nation at Risk to Win the Future: The State of Public Education in the U.S.

Richard Lakes
Work-Ready Testing: Education and Employability in Neoliberal Times

Katri Komulainen, Päivi Naskali, Maija Korhonen & Seija Keskitalo-Foley
Internal Entrepreneurship – a Trojan horse of the neoliberal governance of education? Finnish pre- and in-service teachers’ implementation of and resistance towards entrepreneurship education

Jeffrey Bale
Language Education and Imperialism: The Case of Title VI and Arabic, 1958-1991

Imed Labidi
Terrorism, Violence, and the Collision of Masculinities in Four Lions

Volume 8 Number 2 – December 2010

Anna-Carin Jonsson & Dennis Beach
Reproduction of social class in teacher education: The influence of scientific theories on future teachers

Petar Jandric
Wikipedia and education: anarchist perspectives and virtual practices

Periklis Pavlidis
Critical Thinking as Dialectics: a Hegelian-Marxist Approach

Andrew N. McKnight
A Pragmatic and pedagogically Minded Revaluation of Historical Materialism

Diana Mulinari & Anders Neergaard
The ‘others’ in Sweden. Neoliberal policies and the politics of ‘race’ in education

James Avis
Workplace learning, knowledge, practice and transformation

Imed Labidi
Arab Education Going Medieval: Sanitizing Western Representation in Arab Schools

Margaret Kennedy & Martin J. Power
‘The Smokescreen of meritocracy’: Elite Education in Ireland and the reproduction of class privilege

Magnus Dahlstedt & Mekonnen Tesfahuney
Speculative Pedagogy: Education, Entrepreneurialism and the Politics of Inclusion in Contemporary Sweden

Jean Leon Boucher
There Will be Struggle: The Development and Operational Issues of Social Justice Programs at State Universities in the United States of America

Knud Jensen & Dirk Michel-Schertges
Transforming of Educational Institutions after GATS

Donn Short
Conversations in Equity and Social Justice: Constructing Safe Schools for Queer Youth

Shahrzad Mojab
Pedagogical Possibilities of Class in Culture
Review of: Ebert, Teresa, L. and Mas

Samuel Day Fassbinder
Book Review: Nocella II, Anthony J., Steven Best, and Peter McLaren, eds. Academic Repression: Reflections from the Academic-Industrial Complex. Oakland CA: AK, 2010. Print.

Volume 8 Number 1 – August 2010

Paul R. Carr
Re-thinking normative democracy and the political economy of education

Daniel B. Saunders
Neoliberal Ideology and Public Higher Education in the United States

David Gillborn
Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing? a reply to Dave Hills “Race and Class in Britain: a critique of the statistical basis for critical race theory in Britain”

Liz Jackson
The New Assimilationism: The Push for Patriotic Education in the United States Since September 11

Jie Dong
Neo-Liberalism and the evolvement of China’s education policies on migrant children’s schooling

Susanne Butte
Freire: Informal Education as Protest

Paul J. Welsh
Some Social Consequences of Faith-based Schooling: A Comparative Study of Denominational Secondary Education in Thanet and Lille

Bonnie K. Fox Garrity, Mark J. Garrison, and Roger C. Fiedler
Access for Whom, Access to What? The Role of the “Disadvantaged Student” Market in the Rise of For-profit Higher Education in the United States

Henry Maitles
Why Does Wearing A Yellow Bib Make Us Different?: A Case Study of Explaining Discrimination in a West of Scotland Secondary (High) School

Andrew Hodgkins
Manufacturing (il)literacy in Alberta’s classrooms: The case of an oil-dependent state

Karim A. Remtulla
Media Mediators: Advocating an Alternate Paradigm for Critical Adult Education ICT Policy

Mary Kabesiime
Schooling Ugandan Girls: a policy historiography

Ergin Bulut
Transformation of the Turkish Vocational Training System: Capitalization, Modularization and Learning Unto Death

Lau Chui Shan
Alternative State Formation in Colonial Hong Kong: Patriotic Schools, 1946-1976

Chad Becker
American Education Discourse: Language, Values, and U.S. Federal Policy

Gabriela Walker, Alexander Rakochy, Margaret Fitzpatrick
Critical Theory and the Human Condition: A Book Review Symposium

Samuel Day Fassbinder, Greg William Misiaszek, Jorunn Thordarson
Critical Pedagogy, Ecoliteracy and Planetary Crisis: The Ecopedagogy Movement: A Book Review Symposium

Volume 7 Number 2 – November 2009

Dave Hill
Race and Class in Britain: a Critique of the statistical basis for Critical Race Theory in Britain

Tom G. Griffiths and Jo Williams
Mass schooling for socialist transformation in Cuba and Venezuela

Peter McLaren
Guided by a Red Star: the Cuban literacy campaign and the challenge of history

M. Wangeci Gatimu
Rationale for Critical Pedagogy of Decolonization: Kenya as a Unit of Analysis

Jennifer A. Sandlin, Richard Kahn, David Darts and Kevin Tavin
To Find the Cost of Freedom: Theorizing and Practicing a Critical Pedagogy of Consumption

Brian Lack
No Excuses: A Critique of the Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP) within Charter Schools in the USA

Sondra Cuban and Nelly Stromquist
It Is Difficult To Be A Woman With A Dream Of An Education: Challenging U.S. Adult Basic Education Policies to Support Women Immigrants

Bill Templer
A Two-Tier Model for a More Simplified and Sustainable English as an International Language

Prentice Chandler and Douglas McKnight
The Failure of Social Education in the United States: A Critique of Teaching the National Story from ‘White’ Colourblind Eyes

Seçkin Özsoy
A Utopian Educator from Turkey: Ismail Hakki Tonguç (1893-1960)

Domingos Leite Lima Filho
Educational Policies and Globalization: elements for some criticism on the international organizations’ proposals for Latin America and the Caribbean Islands Countries

Andrea Beckmann , Charlie Cooper and Dave Hill
Neoliberalization and managerialization of ‘education’ in England and Wales – a case for reconstructing education

Jane-Frances Lobnibe
International Students and the Politics of Difference in US Higher Education

Magnus Dahlstedt
Democratic Governmentality: National Imaginations, Popular Movements and Governing the Citizen

Torie L. Weiston-Serdan
A Radical Redistribution of Capital

Brad Porfilio and Greg Dimitriadis
Book Review: Marc Pruyn and Luis Huerta-Charles Eds. Teaching Peter McLaren: Paths of Dissent (New York: Peter Lang)