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Cultural History and Education

by Thomas Popkewitz
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date: 2013-05-13
Genre: Education
Pages: 376 pages
ISBN 13: 1136792481
ISBN 10: 9781136792489
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Synopsis : Cultural History and Education written by Thomas Popkewitz, published by Routledge which was released on 2013-05-13. Download Cultural History and Education Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Critical Essays on Knowledge and Schooling Thomas Popkewitz. ingly, that of “cultural history,” are only seldom precisely defined and are applied very broadly, almost diffusely. Opposing terms such as “culture” on the one hand and ... -- First Published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

A Cultural History of Sound, Memory, and the Senses
Language: en
Pages: 278
Authors: Joy Damousi, Paula Hamilton
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-12-08 - Publisher: Taylor & Francis

The past 20 years have witnessed a turn towards the sensuous, particularly the aural, as a viable space for critical exploration in History and other Humanities disciplines. This has been informed by a heightened awareness of the role that the senses play in shaping modern identity and understanding of place; and increasingly, how the senses are central to the memory of past experiences and their representation. The result has been a broadening of our historical imagination, which has previously taken the visual for granted and ignored the other senses. Considering how crucial the auditory aspect of life has been, a shift from seeing to hearing past societies offers a further perspective for examining the complexity of historical events and experiences. Historians in many fields have begun to listen to the past, developing new arguments about the history and the memory of sensory experience. This volume builds on scholarship produced over the last twenty years and explores these dimensions by coupling the history of sound and the senses in distinctive ways: through a study of the sound of violence; the sound of voice mediated by technologies and the expression of memory through the senses. Though sound is the most developed field in the study of the sensorium, many argue that each of the senses should not be studied in isolation from each other, and for this reason, the final section incorporates material which emphasizes the sense as relational.
A Cultural History of Reforming Math for All
Language: en
Pages: 134
Authors: Jennifer D. Diaz
Categories: Education
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-09-22 - Publisher: Routledge

While many accept that math is a universal, culturally indifferent subject in school, this book demonstrates that this is anything but true. Building off of a historically conscious understanding of school reform, Diaz makes the case that the language of mathematics, and the symbols through which it is communicated, is not merely about the alleged cultural indifference of mathematical thinking; rather, mathematical teaching relates to historical, cultural, political, and social understandings of equality that order who the child is and should be. Focusing on elementary math for all education reforms in America since the mid-twentieth century, Diaz offers an alternative way of thinking about the subject that recognizes the historical making of contemporary notions of inequality and difference.
Encyclopedia of the Social and Cultural Foundations of Education: A-H ; 2, I-Z ; 3, Biographies, visual history, index
Language: en
Pages: 1296
Authors: Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr., John P. Renaud, Asterie Baker Provenzo
Categories: Education
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009 - Publisher: SAGE

The Encyclopedia of the Social and Cultural Foundations of Education provides a comprehensive introduction to this major discipline supported by documentary, photographic, and visual resources.
Cultural History and Education
Language: en
Pages: 376
Authors: Thomas Popkewitz
Categories: Education
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-05-13 - Publisher: Routledge

First Published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
A Cultural History of Causality
Language: en
Pages: 448
Authors: Stephen Kern
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-01-10 - Publisher: Princeton University Press

This pioneering work is the first to trace how our understanding of the causes of human behavior has changed radically over the course of European and American cultural history since 1830. Focusing on the act of murder, as documented vividly by more than a hundred novels including Crime and Punishment, An American Tragedy, The Trial, and Lolita, Stephen Kern devotes each chapter of A Cultural History of Causality to examining a specific causal factor or motive for murder--ancestry, childhood, language, sexuality, emotion, mind, society, and ideology. In addition to drawing on particular novels, each chapter considers the sciences (genetics, endocrinology, physiology, neuroscience) and systems of thought (psychoanalysis, linguistics, sociology, forensic psychiatry, and existential philosophy) most germane to each causal factor or motive. Kern identifies five shifts in thinking about causality, shifts toward increasing specificity, multiplicity, complexity, probability, and uncertainty. He argues that the more researchers learned about the causes of human behavior, the more they realized how much more there was to know and how little they knew about what they thought they knew. The book closes by considering the revolutionary impact of quantum theory, which, though it influenced novelists only marginally, shattered the model of causal understanding that had dominated Western thought since the seventeenth century. Others have addressed changing ideas about causality in specific areas, but no one has tackled a broad cultural history of this concept as does Stephen Kern in this engagingly written and lucidly argued book.
A Cultural History of Civil Examinations in Late Imperial China
Language: en
Pages: 847
Authors: Benjamin A. Elman
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000-03-22 - Publisher: Univ of California Press

"A very important study of one of the most important institutions in Chinese history, one without which the China we have today would certainly be a vastly different place."—Peter Bol, author of "This Culture of Ours": Intellectual Transitions in T'ang and Sung China
A Cultural History of the Avant-Garde in the Nordic Countries 1950-1975
Language: en
Pages: 900
Authors: Benjamin A. Elman
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-03-14 - Publisher: BRILL

A Cultural History of the Avant-Garde in the Nordic Countries 1950-1975 is the first publication to deal with the postwar avant-garde in the Nordic countries from a transnational perspective including all the arts and a broader cultural and political context.
A Cultural History of Peace in the Renaissance
Language: en
Pages: 208
Authors: Isabella Lazzarini
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2022-02-24 - Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

A Cultural History of Peace presents an authoritative survey from ancient times to the present. The set of six volumes covers over 2500 years of history, charting the evolving nature and role of peace throughout history. This volume, A Cultural History of Peace in the Renaissance, explores peace in the period from 1450 to 1648. As with all the volumes in the illustrated Cultural History of Peace set, this volume presents essays on the meaning of peace, peace movements, maintaining peace, peace in relation to gender, religion and war and representations of peace. A Cultural History of Peace in the Renaissance is the most authoritative and comprehensive survey available on peace in the early modern era.
A Cultural History of Work in Antiquity
Language: en
Pages: 232
Authors: Ephraim Lytle
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-09-17 - Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

Winner of the 2020 PROSE Award for Multivolume Reference/Humanities The world of work saw marked developments over the course of antiquity. These were driven by social and economic changes, especially growth in market trade and related phenomena like urbanization and specialization. Although the self-sufficient agrarian household continued to prevail, economic realities everywhere intervened. Corresponding changes include the emergence of archaeologically distinct workplaces and even, in certain times and places, preindustrial factories. A diversity of workplace cultures often defied dominant gender and other social norms. Across an increasingly connected Mediterranean world, work contributed to and was in turn structured by mobility. Other striking developments included the emergence of state-sponsored leisure activities that offered respite from toil for all social classes. Through an exploration of these and other themes, this volume offers a reappraisal of ancient work and its relationship to Greek and Roman culture. A Cultural History of Work in Antiquity presents an overview of the period with essays on economies, representations of work, workplaces, work cultures, technology, mobility, society, politics and leisure.
A Cultural History of Spanish Speakers in Japan
Language: en
Pages: 268
Authors: Araceli Tinajero
Categories: Civilization
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021 - Publisher: Springer Nature

Beginning in 1990, thousands of Spanish speakers emigrated to Japan. A Cultural History of Spanish Speakers in Japan focuses on the intellectuals, literature, translations, festivals, cultural associations, music (bolero, tropical music, and pop, including reggaeton), dance (flamenco, tango and salsa), radio, newspapers, magazines, libraries, and blogs produced in Spanish, in Japan, by Latin Americans and Spaniards who have lived in that country over the last three decades. Based on in-depth research in archives throughout the country as well as field work including several interviews, Japanese-speaking Mexican scholar Araceli Tinajero uncovers a transnational, contemporary cultural history that is not only important for today but for future generations. Araceli Tinajero is professor of Hispanic literatures at The City College of New York and at the Graduate Center. She is the author of Orientalismo en el modernismo hispanoamericano, El Lector: A History of the Cigar Factory, and Kokoro: A Mexican Woman in Japan. Tinajero is the editor or co-editor of various volumes including Exilio y cosmopolitismo en el arte y la literatura hispanica, Orientalisms of the Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian World, Technology and Culture in Twentieth Century Mexico, and Handbook on Cuban History, Literature, and the Arts. She is the Book Review Editor of the journal Asia / America Latina.
A Cultural History of Rio de Janeiro after 1889
Language: en
Pages: 224
Authors: Tom Winterbottom
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-08-30 - Publisher: Springer

This book studies architecture and literature of Rio de Janeiro, the “Marvellous City,” from the revolution of 1889 to the Olympics of 2016, taking the reader on a journey through the history of the city. This study offers a wide-ranging and thought-provoking insight that moves from ruins to Modernism, from the past to the future, from futebol to fiction, and from beach to favela, to uncover the surprising feature—decadence—at the heart of this unique and seemingly timeless urban world. An innovative and in-depth study of buildings, books, and characters in the city’s modern history, this fundamental new work sets the reader in the glorious world of Rio de Janeiro.
A Cultural History of Disability in the Renaissance
Language: en
Pages: 288
Authors: Susan Anderson, Liam Haydon
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2022-03-10 - Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

In Renaissance humanism, difference was understood through a variety of paradigms that rendered particular kinds of bodies and minds disabled. A Cultural History of Disability in the Renaissance, covering the period from 1450 to 1650, explores evidence of the possibilities for disability that existed in the European Renaissance, observable in the literary and medicinal texts, and the family, corporate, and legal records discussed in the chapters of this volume. These chapters provide an interdisciplinary overview of the configurations of bodies, minds and collectives that have left evidence of some of the ways that normativity and its challengers interacted in the Renaissance. An essential resource for researchers, scholars and students of history, literature, culture and education, A Cultural History of Disability in the Renaissance explores such themes and topics as: atypical bodies; mobility impairment; chronic pain and illness; blindness; deafness; speech; learning difficulties; and mental health.