Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education is an academic forum for the study of teaching and pedagogy that focuses on the relationship between education and its socio-cultural context. Drawing upon a variety of contextualizing disciplines including cultural studies, curriculum theorizing, feminist studies, the social foundations of education, critical pedagogy, multi/interculturalism, queer theory, and symbolic interactionism, Taboo is grounded on the notion of “radical contextualization.” The journal encourages papers from a wide range of contributors who work within these general areas. As its title suggests, Taboo seeks compelling and controversial submissions.

Table of Contents Vol. 19

Introduction:

50 Years of Critical Pedagogy and We Still Aren’t Critical ……………………….. 3

Shirley R. Steinberg

After Positivism:

3 Scenes in a Bricolage …………………………………………………………………………… 6

Helen Kwah, Gene Fellner, & Peter Waldman

Sensors, Metal Detectors, Cement Barricades, and Extra Security:

How “Studying-Up” Reveals the Tensions

in Accessing Whiteness in Educational Research……………………………………. 22

Teresa Anne Fowler

Mobilizing Fear to ‘Set Your Soul Free’…………………………………………………. 38

Gerald Walton

Theatre—A Space for Human Connection…………………………………………….. 55

Isabelle Gatt

Crisis and Hope:

Educating Citizens for the 21st Century…………………………………………………. 70

Stephen C. Fleury & Michael L. Bentley

Listening to Student Voice…………………………………………………………………….. 81

Ineke Edes

Science and Scientific Discoveries:

Through the Lens of Critical Pedagogies……………………………………………….. 92

Aristotelis Gkiolmas & Anthimos Chalkidis

Reading, Singing, and Viewing Rape:

Uncovering Hidden Messages

of Manhood and Womanhood in Popular Culture ……………………………….. 100

Tammie Jenkins

If We Are Going to Talk About Implicit Race Bias,

We Need to Talk About Structural Racism:

Moving Beynd Ubiquity and Inevitability

in Teaching and Learning About Race…………………………………………………. 115

Arlo Kempf

Sequestered Spaces, Public Places:

The Responsibility of Intellectuals Who Teach

Within the “Safe Zones” of the Neoliberal University…………………………… 133

Eric J. Weiner

Le Pragmatisme en France au XXe Siècle……………………………………………. 152

Sabina Barbato

Essay Reviews

A Decolonizing Essay on Decolonizing Dissertations…………………………….. 163

Jennifer M. Markides

Why Language Matters (Even More Than Ever Before) . . .

Reflections on Paola Georgis, Foreign Languages and Foreign

Language Education on Critical and Intercultural Experiences………………. 166

Victoria Perselli

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