Forgotten Places: Critical Studies in Rural Education

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William M. Reynolds
Peter Lang Publishing, Incorporated, 2017 - Education - 361 pages
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List of Illustrations - Acknowledgements - Shirley Steinberg: Foreword: Rural Tourist - William M. Reynolds: Introduction: Forgotten Places in the New Gilded Age of Greed and Insensitivity - Kelsey Dayle John/Derek R. Ford: The Rural is nowhere: Bringing Indigeneity and urbanism into educational research - Paul L. Thomas: Teaching against Provincialism in the Conservative, Anti-Intellectual Rural South - William M. Reynolds: Rural Place: Media, Violent Cartographies, and Chaotic Disruptions - Jennifer A. Beech/Matthew Guy: Fat Guys in the Woods Naked and Afraid: Rural Reality Television as Prep-School for a Post-Apocalyptic World - Michael Boyer: Finding Jesus: Schooling in the Age of Mass Surveillance - Frank Bird III: Foxfire: Educational deliverance in the Land of Deliverance - Robert Lake/Andy Blunden: Myles Horton and Highlander Folk School: An Enduring Exemplar of Rural Education for Democratic Engagement - Faith Agostinone-Wilson: The Liberatory Potential and Constraint of Working-Class Rural Women's Gender Roles within the United States - Todd Alan Price: Rural Spaces of Longing and Protest - Priya Parmar: Who Am I?: Cultural Identity in Rural Schools - Reta Ugena Whitlock: A Memoir of Littleville School: Identity, Community, and Rural Education in a Curriculum Study of Rural Place - Randy Hewitt: Nowhere to Somewhere - Derrick M. Tennial: Liberatory Consequences of Sharecropping and Rural Education in the South - Daniel R. Paulson: Rural Education in Wisconsin - Bevin Etheridge: Rural in a Different Caye: Listening to Early School Leavers About the Importance of Place - Jennifer Job/Kristi Dickey/Susan Kirk/Justin McCrackin/Gina Morris: Dumbing Down the Fly-Over State: The Scape-Goating of Education in Oklahoma - Rebekah Cordova/Erin Bowers: "It was the river that taught me ...": The Southern rural ecology as educative space - Mark Helmsing: A small town with long roads: Wyoming as a Post-Western curriculum - Jon Austin/Amelia Jenkins: Reconstructing the deficit discourse in a multi-remote school in far North Queensland - Eleanor J. Blair: Teaching in the Country: A Critical Analysis of the Experiences of Rural Teachers in the United States and Jamaica - Mark Vicars: Learning from the Margins: A Case of Critical Community Pedagogy in Rural Thailand - Contributors

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William M. Reynolds received his Ed.D. in curriculum theory from the University of Rochester. Dr. Reynolds teaches in the Department of Curriculum, Foundations, and Reading at Georgia Southern University. He has authored, co-authored, edited, or co-edited numerous books, including Expanding Curriculum Theory: Dispositions and Lines of Flight (second edition, 2016), Practicing Critical Pedagogy: The Influences of Joe L. Kincheloe (2016), Critical Studies of Southern Place: A Reader (2014) and A Curriculum of Place: Understandings Emerging through the Southern Mist (2013). He has also published numerous articles and chapters on issues of curriculum, critical pedagogy, politics and cultural studies.

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