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Popular Culture and the Civic Imagination: Case Studies of Creative Social Change


reviewed by Jonathan W. Crocker & Gabriel Huddleston - June 22, 2020

coverTitle: Popular Culture and the Civic Imagination: Case Studies of Creative Social Change
Author(s): Henry Jenkins , Gabriel Peters-Lazaro & Sangita Shresthova
Publisher: New York University Press, New York
ISBN: 1479847208, Pages: 400, Year: 2020
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 22, 2020
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23333, Date Accessed: 8/6/2020 6:41:44 PM

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  • Jonathan Crocker
    Texas Christian University
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    JONATHAN W. CROCKER is a Ph.D. student in Curriculum Studies at Texas Christian University where he teaches educational foundations courses. He works at the intersection of education, politics, and rhetoric and explores the possibilities of anti-authoritarian pedagogy and curriculum within neoliberal society and public culture. He has a forthcoming chapter in Intra-Public Intellectualism: Critical Qualitative Inquiry in the Academy and his work also appears in the International Journal of Žižek Studies and The Encyclopedia of Educational Innovation.
  • Gabriel Huddleston
    Texas Christian University
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    GABRIEL HUDDLESTON, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor and Co-Director of Curriculum Studies at Texas Christian University. He teaches classes in curriculum studies and qualitative inquiry. His work in curriculum studies utilizes a cultural studies theoretical framework within qualitative research to examine intersections between schools and society. His other research interests include popular culture, spatial theory, new materialism, and postcolonial studies. He has publications in several journals, including: Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education; The Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy; The Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies; Critical Literacy: Theories and Practices; and The Currere Exchange Journal. He has also published several book chapters including: Welcome to zombie city: A full service community school and school choice in Ayres, N., Buendia, E. & Helfenbein, R. (Eds.), Deterritorializing/reterritorializing: Critical geographies of educational reform and The zombie in the room: Using popular culture as an apparatus in Snaza, N., Sonu, D., Truman, S., & Zaliwska, Z. (Eds.), Pedagogical matters: New materialisms and curriculum studies. He has served as the Managing Editor of the Journal of Curriculum Theorizing and is currently the Chair of the AERA SIG, Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies.
 
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