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The politics of curricular change.
Race, hegemony, and power in education.
New York
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Foreword by Lisa Delpit (Florida International University)
1. Telling the Truth . . . AGAIN: Another Introduction
-- M. Christopher Brown II (Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute)
-- Roderic R. Land (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

PART ONE: Paradigm Power: The Unchanging Premise of Race
2. A Sociological Treatise on the Racialized Context of American Education
-- David M. Stovall (University of Illinois-Chicago)
3. Learning In Spite of Opposition: African American Education and the History of Educational Exclusion in Antebellum America
-- Christopher M. Span (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
4. Toward the Study of Blackness: The Development of a Field of Inquiry
-- Roderic R. Land (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
5. Reflecting Black: Maintaining a Politics of Opposition in Academe
-- Marvin Lynn (University of Maryland-College Park)
6. Racialized Technology: Computers, Commodification, and "Cyber-race"
-- Jamel K. Donnor (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

PART TWO: Curricular Hegemony: The Politics of Education/Schooling
7. Wounded (Soul)diers in the Classroom: Qualifying the Black Teacher's Experience
-- Roderic R. Land (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
8. Weaving a Womanist Discourse to Unravel White Male Privilege in the Classroom
-- Dianne Smith (University of Missouri-Kansas City)
9. Educational Practices: Answering Questions About What Multiculturalism Is (Not)
-- Andre Branch (San Diego State University)
10. African American Students in the Desegregated P-16 Pipeline: Opportunities, Outcomes, and Value-Based Ideologies
-- M. Christopher Brown II (Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute)
-- RoSusan D. Bartee (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
11. School Mathematics and African American Students: The Need to Revisit Opportunity-to-Learn Standards
-- William Tate (Washington University)
12. Race and Change in Education: Toward a Semiotics of Curriculum
-- Garrett Duncan (Washington University)

Afterword by Geneva Gay (University of Washington)