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The Handbook of Race and Adult Education
A Resource for Dialogue on Racism
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Vanessa Sheared is?dean of the?College of Education at Sacramento State University. Previously she has been associate dean for academic affairs, College of Education, San Francisco State University. She?is the coeditor of?Making Space: Merging Theory and Practice in Adult Education. Juanita Johnson-Bailey is?professor and graduate coordinator for the?program in Adult Education in the?Department of Lifelong Education, Administration, and?Policy at the University of Georgia and has held a joint faculty appointment in Adult Ed and Women's Studies since 1995. She is the author of Sistahs in College (Frandson Award winner) and coeditor of?Flat-footed Truths: Telling Black Women's Lives. Scipio A.J. Colin, III is?chair of the?Department of Adult, Continuing, and Literacy Education at National-Louis University. She was coeditor of Confronting Racism?and Sexism, New Directions for Adult and Contiuting Education, No.?61. Elizabeth Peterson, recently deceased, ?was director of Master's Programs, ?Department of Adult?and Continuing Education, National-Louis University, and codirector of Gidwitz Center for Urban Policy and Community Development. She?was the editor of Freedom Road: Adult Education of African Americans (two editions). Stephen D. Brookfield is Distinguished University?Professor at the University of St. Thomas in?Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has taught in England, Canada, Australia, and the United States.?The?winner of the Houle Award for Literature in Adult Education on multiple occasions, ?he?is the?author of?numerous books on the subject.
About the Authors. Acknowledgments. Foreword. The Beginning: Kitchen Table Dialogue (Vanessa Sheared, Juanita Johnson-Bailey, Scipio A. J. Colin III, and Stephen D. Brookfield). PART ONE: The Myth Versus the Reality of Race and Racism. 1 Rebirth of the Indigenous Spirit: Turning the World Right Side Up (Rose Borunda). 2 Reading, Writing, and Racism: Developing Racial Literacy in the Adult Education English Classroom (Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz). 3 Experiencing the Race, Gender, and Socioeconomic Divide in Academia: A Chicana Perspective (Raquel A. Gonz'ales and Maria Mejorado). 4 Transforming Teaching and Learning: Teaching Race (Nichole M. Ray). 5 "Who Is This Cowboy?" Challenging the Cultural Gatekeepers (Lesley Ngatai). Reflection One: Healing: A Journey Through Conversations on Race and Gender. PART TWO: Problematizing "Whiteness," Supremacy, and Privilege: Their Impact on Race. 6 White Whispers: Talking About Race in Adult Education (Lisa M. Baumgartner). 7 Transforming White Consciousness (Doug Paxton). 8 Adult Education and the Problem of the Color (Power) Line: Views from the Whiter Side (Elaine Manglitz and Ronald M. Cervero). 9 White on White: Developing Capacity to Communicate About Race with Critical Humility (European-American Collaborative Challenging Whiteness). Reflection Two: Struggling: A Journey of Comfort and Discomfort. PART THREE: Theoretical Responses to Race and Racism. 10 An Exploration of Critical Race Theory (Rosemary B. Closson). 11 Musings on Controversial Intersections of Positionality: A Queer Crit Perspective in Adult and Continuing Education (Mitsunori Misawa). 12 Challenging Racism Through Postcolonial Discourse: A Critical Approach to Adult Education Pedagogy (Mary V. Alfred). 13 Black Skins, No Mask (Taj Johns). 14 Immigration, Racial Identity, and Adult Education: Reflections on a Transnational Paradigm of Resistance (Luis Kong). 15 A River Runs Through It: Building Bridges Across Racial Divisions in Urban Graduate Education (Catherine H. Monaghan and Catherine A. Hansman). Reflection Three: Looking Inward: A Journey Through Dialogue and Reflections on Race. PART FOUR: Reframing the Field Through the Lens of Race. 16 Mammies, Maids, and Mamas: The Unspoken Language of Perceptual and Verbal Racism (Doris A. Flowers). 17 The Race Card (Barbara Ford). 18 Expanding the Racialized Discourse: An Asian American Perspective (Ming-yeh Lee). 19 Challenges and Approaches to Racializing Discourse in a Privileged, White Dominant Society (LaJerne Terry Cornish). 20 Using an African-Centered Paradigm for Understanding Race and Racism in Adult Education (Derise E. Tolliver). Reflection Four: Inpowering the Self: A Journey Toward Ending Racism. PART FIVE: Individual and Collective Responses to Race and Racism. 21 Epilogue: Implications for Curriculum, Programming, and Research (Scipio A. J. Colin III, Vanessa Sheared, Juanita Johnson-Bailey, and Stephen D. Brookfield). Index.