Once you get used to this, it’s cool. Even allows the possibility of you doing a group piece and leaving it on as a journal or as a permanent reference. Hope to get by to see you in class, Ken is the best of the best. I hope you can see how he interacts with […]
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About Shirley Steinberg
Shirley R. Steinberg is the Werklund Chair of Youth Leadership Education and Professor of Youth Studies at the University of Calgary.She is the author and editor of many books and articles in cultural studies includingCritical Qualitative Research Reader, Christotainment: Selling Culture Through Jesus Media Literacy: A Reader (2007), Teen Life in Europe (2005), Contemporary Youth Culture: An International Encyclopedia (2005), Kinderculture: The Corporate Construction of Childhood (2004), The Miseducation of the West: How Schools and the Media Distort Our Understanding of the Islamic World (2004) and Adolescent Culture, Knowledge, and Gender in Contemporary Film and Music (2004). A former theatre director, Shirley is a contributor to The Globe and Mail, CTV, CBC, and the Montreal Gazette as a cultural critic. She holds a PhD in Cultural Studies from Pennsylvania State University.
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By Henry A Giroux, Moyers & Company | Op-Ed C. Wright Mills argued 50 years ago that one important measure of the demise of vibrant democracy and the corresponding impoverishment of political life can be found in the increasing inability of a society to translate private troubles to broader public issues.  This is an issue that […]
Please take a moment to check out the October 2013 issue of Sprinkle: An Undergraduate Journal of Feminist and Queer Studies just recently posted in our journals section. Consider contributing to this unique and important journal
Hi, consider this a quick test blog, but we are up and running as a completely new entity, and hope you recreate your login and begin blogging again. Our videos are all on our own Vimeo channel now, and our journals are almost up to date. Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education has a […]