Commemorating the 40th anniversary of Pedagogy of the Oppressed, the new book series Critical Pedagogy Today provides a range of incisive overviews and applications of Critical Pedagogy across fields and disciplines. Building on the work of Paulo Freire, the series reinvigorates his legacy and provides educators with an array of tools for questioning contemporary practices and forging new pedagogical methods.
We are looking for books which can be used to enhance the existing literature in Critical Pedagogy, critical theory, and radical education. Keeping in mind the interdisciplinary nature of Critical Pedagogy, include the intended audience for your book. Books should be approximately 60,000 words, and proposals can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
The series editors:
Shirley R. Steinberg is the Director and Project Leader of the Paulo and Nita Freire International Project for Critical Pedagogy at McGill University. She is the author and editor of many books and articles in cultural studies including Teaching Against Islamophobia (2010), Diversity and Multiculturalism (2009), Media Literacy: A Reader (2007), the award winning Contemporary Youth Culture: An International Encyclopedia (2005), and The Miseducation of the West: How Schools and the Media Distort Our Understanding of the Islamic World (2004). A former theatre director, Shirley is a frequent contributor to CTV, CBC, The Globe and Mail and the Montreal Gazette as a cultural critic. She is the founder and organizer of The Baeza Congress, a conference devoted to Critical Pedagogy and Radical Love held annually.
Ana Maria “Nita” Araujo Freire was Paulo Freire’s partner. She taught History of Education in Brazil in Colleges and Universities in the city of São Paulo for many years, including a course about Pedagogy of the Oppressed within the Paulo Freire Chair for doctorate and master’s students at PUC/SP after Paulo Freire died. She is the author of Chronicles of Love: My Life with Paulo Freire (2001) and has organized three of Freire’s books since his death: Pedagogy ofIndignation, Daring to Dream: Toward a Pedagogy of the Unfi nished, and Pedagogia da tolerância, not yet translated into English. Nita has written several books, magazine articles and chapters for many books, and is an internationally known speaker on issues of social justice and critical pedagogy.