The Critical Graduate Experience: An Ethics of Higher Education Responsibilities (Critical Education & Ethics 7 New edition)

The Critical Graduate Experience: An Ethics of Higher Education Responsibilities (Critical Education & Ethics 7 New edition)

By: Janae Dimick (author), Ndindi Kitonga (author), Barry Kanpol (author), Kevin Stockbridge (author), Charlotte Achieng-Evensen (author), Maryann Krikorian (author)Paperback

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The Critical Graduate Experience is a collection of scholarly reflections on the possibilities of a new vision for critical studies. It is a remarkable book that provides daring analyses from the vantage of the graduate student experience. Drawing from individual knowledge and research, the authors invite you to re-imagine education for justice. Barry Kanpol opens the work with a brilliant meditation on joy and cynicism in university classrooms and educational theory. The book continues to unfold as an open and honest conversation with doctoral students and recent graduates concerning the ethics of higher education. In a true critical approach, each chapter problematizes a new facet of academic assumptions and practices as they touch the lives of students. The authors explore the ethical implications of acknowledging student spirituality and expanding the role of critical education studies. The book concludes with a transparent self-critique on the process and ethics of graduate students writing for publication. This is a wonderful text, guiding students and professors as they enter into dialogue on the ethics of an authentic critical education studies. Classes on practical ethics, educational spirituality, student voice, collaborative publishing, and critical pedagogy could benefit from the insights offered here. Daring to believe that student experience and knowledge have a place in the world of academic publishing, this book is both a prophetic proclamation of and humble invitation to a new future in the field.

About Author

Charlotte Achieng-Evensen, Janae Dimick, Maryann Krikorian, and Kevin Stockbridge are PhD students at Chapman University. Ndindi Kitonga is a former doctoral student at Chapman University, and Barry Kanpol is Professor of Educational Foundations at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne.

Contents

Contents: Barry Kanpol: Identity Politics: The Dialectics of Cynicism and Joy and The Movement to Talking Back and Breaking Bread - Kevin Stockbridge: A Critical Resurrection: Breathing the Spirit into an Education of Despair - Ndingi Kitonga: Am I a Critical Fraud? - Charlotte Achieng-Evensen: Toward a Discourse Curriculum: Crafting a Hospitable Space in Higher Education for the K-12 Intellectual - Janae Dimick: The Animot in the Classrom: A Revisioning of Educational Graduate Programs - Maryann Krikorian: Balancing Science with the Art of Higher Education: Ethical Dilemmas.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781433127021
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 130
  • ID: 9781433127021
  • weight: 220
  • ISBN10: 1433127024
  • edition: New edition

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