The Student Guide to Freire's 'Pedagogy of the Oppressed'

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Bloomsbury Publishing, Mar 22, 2018 - Education - 216 pages
This book serves as an important companion to Freire's seminal work, providing powerful insights into both a philosophically sound and politically inspired understanding of Freire's book, supporting application of his pedagogy in enacting emancipatory educational programs in the world today.

Antonia Darder closely examines Freire's ideas as they are articulated in Pedagogy of the Oppressed, beginning with a historical discussion of Freire's life and a systematic discussion of the central philosophical traditions that informed his revolutionary ideas. She engages and explores Freire's fundamental themes and ideas, including the issues of humanization, the teacher/student relationship, reflection, dialogue, praxis, and his larger emancipatory vision. Questions are included throughout Chapter 3, Reading the Text Chapter-by-Chapter, to enable greater discussion of, and engagement with, the text itself. The book includes an incisive interview with Freire's widow, Ana Maria Araujo Freire. The bibliography offers invaluable support to those looking to read and study other works by Paulo Freire.
 

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Foreword Donaldo Macedo
About This Book
Lived History
Major Themes Chapterby
An Interview with
Bibliography
Index
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Antonia Darder holds the Leavey Presidential Endowed Chair of Ethics and Moral Leadership at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, USA, and is Distinguished Visiting Professor of Education at the University of Johannesburg. She is a distinguished international Freirean scholar, and her recent publications include Freire and Education (2014) and Reinventing Paulo Freire: A Pedagogy of Love (2017).

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