An Existentialist Curriculum of Action: Creating a Language of Freedom and Possibility
By: Shaireen Rasheed (author)Paperback
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This book contextualizes Maxine Greene's educational pedagogy within an existentialist tradition. By drawing on the works of Jean-Paul Sartre, Paulo Freire, and Merleau-Ponty, Professor Rasheed analyzes how Greene's work represents an advance in existentialist discourse via her interpretation of concepts, such as choice, freedom, and possibility within an educational setting.
Shaireen Rasheed (Ph.D., Columbia University) is an Associate Professor in Philosophical Foundations of Education at C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University.
Part 1 Acknowledgements Part 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Sartre and Greene: Contextualizing Freedom in Action Chapter 4 The Existential Concept of Freedom for Maxine Greene: The Influence of Freire and Merleau-Ponty on Greene's Educational Pedagogy Chapter 5 A Pedagogy of Pluralism: The Literary Reality of Lived Worlds Chapter 6 The Limits of Universality: Delimiting the Standardized Curriculum Chapter 7 Conclusion: Implications for Educators: Creating Curriculums of Action in the Classroom Part 8 Bibliography
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