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Critical Pedagogy, Race, and Media
Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education Teaching



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December 31, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
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Book Description

Critical Pedagogy, Race and Media investigates how popular media offers the potential to radicalise what and how we teach for inclusivity. Bringing together established scholars in the areas of race and pedagogy, this collection offers a unique approach to critical pedagogy by analysing current and historical iterations of race onscreen.

The book forms theoretical and methodological bridges between the disciplinary fields of pedagogy, equality studies and screen studies to explore how we might engage in and critique screen culture for teaching about race. It employs Critical Race Theory and paradigmatic frameworks to address some of the social crises in higher education classrooms, forging new understandings of how notions of race are buttressed by popular media. The chapters draw on popular media as a tool to explore the social, economic and cultural dimensions of racial injustice, and are grouped by Black studies, migration studies, Indigenous studies, Latinx studies, and Asian studies. Each chapter addresses diversity and the necessity for teaching to include visual media which is reflective of a myriad of students’ experiences.

Offering opportunities for using popular media to teach for inclusion in higher education, this critical and timely book will be highly relevant for academics, scholars, and students across interdisciplinary fields such as pedagogy, human geography, sociology, cultural studies, media studies, and equality studies.

Table of Contents

List of Figures

List of Contributors

Acknowledgments

Foreword

Jessica Berman

Introduction

Susan Flynn and Melanie A. Marotta

  1. Reading Race in Film: Birth of a Nation and Django Unchained
  2. Jonathan Wright

  3. Narratives of Institutional Racism and Social Critique in UK Television Drama
  4. Teresa Forde

  5. Imagining Difference Differently: Digital and Decolonial Diffractions of Power, Race and Materiality in (Post)Pandemic Education
  6. Annouchka Bayley

  7. Teaching an Inclusive English Composition Course: The Vampire Genre
  8. Melanie A. Marotta

  9. Refugee 2.0- (De)constructing race, ethnicity and identity through digital cultures in refugee camps
  10. Claudia Böhme

  11. Reframing the Refugee Discourse: Countervisual analysis of migrants’ self-representational strategies in contemporary media
  12. Boris Ruzic

  13. Playing Difference: Toward a Games of Colour Pedagogy
  14. Kishonna L. Gray; Ashlee Bird and Edmond Y. Chang

  15. Reading and Writing to Reclaim Humanity: Centering the Ongoing History of Asian Exclusion in America in the (Digital) Age of Covid-19
  16. Kathleen Tamayo Alves

  17. Whose Bollywood is this anyway?: Exploring Critical Frameworks for Studying Popular Hindi Cinema
  18. Shweta Rao Garg

     

  19. Tribal Ways: How to Teach Indigenous Studies without Textbooks
  20. Brian Wright-McLeod

  21. Color-Blindness and Neoliberalism in Disney’s Pocahontas
  22. Brennan Thomas

  23. Building on the Burial Ground: Reflecting on the Impacts of Native American Representation in 1980’s American Horror
  24. Lisa Ellen Williams

  25. Gaming from the margins: Indigenous representation, critical gaming, and pedagogy
  26. Wendi Sierra

  27. Questioning the Drug War Frame: Teaching Mexico’s Violence through Documentary Representations of Race
  28. David Shames

  29. "Chicken Noodle Soup" with Critical Race Theory on the Side

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Editor(s)

Biography

Susan Flynn is a lecturer in pedagogy and Director of Educore, the education research centre atInstitute of Technology Carlow, Ireland. She specialises in digital screen culture, equality, and pedagogy.

Melanie A. Marotta is a lecturer in the Department of English and Language Arts at Morgan State University, USA. Her research focuses on Science Fiction, Young Adult, the American West, American Literature (in particular African American literature), and Ecocriticism.

Reviews

"Unlike previous periods in human history, as a result of unpresented technological advances in production and distribution, information is available in abundance. But there is a big distinction between ‘information’, ‘knowledge’ and ‘learning’ and if there ever was a need for a book that enables us to navigate the expansive landscape of media, specifically in relation to questions of ‘race’ and education, then this is the one."

Dr Gurnam Singh, Associate Professor of Equity, Coventry University and Visiting Fellow in Race and Education, University of the Arts, London, UK.