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Becoming critical : the emergence of social justice scholars / edited by Felecia M. Briscoe and Muhammad A. Khalifa.

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Subject: Social justice > Study and teaching (Higher)
Critical pedagogy.
Minorities in higher education > United States.
Minorities in higher education > United States > Biography.
Teachers > Training of > Social aspects > United States.
Genre: Electronic books.

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  • ISBN: 9781438456560
  • ISBN: 1438456565
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource
  • Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, [2015]

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Introduction & the conceptual framework: critical theory, social justice, power, and autoethnography / Felecia M. Briscoe & Muhammad A. Khalifa -- Auditioning for whiteness : autoethnography and critical race theory in the early schooling experiences of an African-American man / Michael E. Jennings -- To keep it or not keep it real : the dialectics of the chapellian contradiction / Nosakhere Griffin-EL -- Blue collar scholar : social class, race, and life as a black man in academe / Mark S. Giles -- Too black, yet not black enough : challenging white supremacy in US teacher education and the making of two radical social misfits / Brenda G. Juárez & Cleveland Hayes -- Unbecoming : responding to colorblindness : an autoethnography / Joy Howard -- From fundamentalist mormon to the academy : a "plyg" girl's experiences with the evolving sexist double-bind / Felecia M. Briscoe -- Where did the girls go? : the role of socialization and institutions in silencing female voices / Damaris Choti -- "You look like a wetback; you shouldn't have any trouble" : deals we make with the devil on the road less traveled / Elizabeth de la Portilla -- A critical race autoethnography from Detroit : resisting the white imaginary's criminalization of black men / Muhammad A. Khalifa -- Working the hyphens : ethnographic snapshots in becoming critical-female-black-scholars / Aisha El-Amin, B. Genise Henry, & Crystal T. Laura -- We're all half-breeds now in a not so ivory tower / Miguel de Oliver -- Autoethnographic sensemaking : what does our criticality mean? : patterns & divergences / Muhammad A. Khalifa & Felecia M. Briscoe -- Agency, resources, and transcending the personal/public in the co-construction of critical scholars identities : escaping the iron cage of technical-rationality / Felecia M. Briscoe & Muhammad A. Khalifa.
Language Note: English.
Source of Description Note: Print version record.
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