Drawing together reflexive practitioners from the UK, United States, Australia, and Spain, this book raises questions about the nature of knowledge and the simultaneously political and intellectual project that constitutes Cultural Studies in its specific geopolitical and historical locations.
Questions of Discipline/Disciplining Cultural Studies; (Joyce E. Canaan and Debbie Epstein.); Theory, Area Studies, Cultural Studies: Issues of Pedagogy in Multiculturalism; (Rey Chow.); Doing Cultural Studies in Colleges of Education; (Henry A. Giroux.); Teaching Without Guarantees: Cultural Studies, Pedagogy, and Identity; (Richard Johnson.); It Aint Like Any Other Teaching: Some Versions of Teaching Cultural Studies; (Maureen McNeil.); Mediating Desire: Visual Representation, Power, and Informed Consent in Teaching Feminist Cultural Studies; (Mimi Orner.); Teaching/Cultural Studies (or Pedagogy for World-Travellers/World-Travelling Pedagogy); (Lorraine Johnson-Riordan.); Mirrors, Paintings, and Romances; (Ramn Flecha and Victria dels ngels Garcia (translated by Jocelyn Olcott).); Examining the Examination: Tracing the Effects of Pedagogic Authority on Cultural Studies Lecturers and Students; (J. E. Canaan.); The Voice of Authority: On Lecturing in Cultural Studies; (D. Epstein.); All; Roads Lead toProblems with Discipline; (Deborah Lynn Steinberg.).