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Title Multicultural education, transformative knowledge, and action : historical and contemporary perspectives / edited by James A. Banks.
Imprint New York : Teachers College Press, [1996]

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  LC1099.3 .M855 1996    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  LC1099.3 .M855 1996    AVAILABLE  
Series Multicultural education series
Multicultural education series (New York, N.Y.)
Subject Multicultural education -- United States -- History.
Educational change -- United States -- History.
Feminism and education -- United States -- History.
Minorities -- Education -- United States -- History.
Alt Name Banks, James A.
Description xi, 372 pages ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Transformative knowledge and multicultural education: The canon debate, knowledge, construction, and multicultural education / James A. Banks -- The African American roots of multicultural education / James A. Banks -- Intellectual leadership and African American challenges to meta-narratives / Cherry A. McGee Banks -- The historical reconstruction of knowledge about race: implications for transformative teaching / James A. Banks -- The historical development of transformative scholarship: Carter G. Woodson and the development of transformative scholarship / Agnes M. Roche -- Allison Davis and the study of race, social class, and schooling / Michael R. Hillis -- George I. Sánchez and Mexican American educational practices / Nathan Murillo -- Mediation and authority: the Native American voices of Mourning Dove and Ella Deloria / Carol Miller -- Constructing the "Oriental problem" in American thought, 1920-1960 / Henry Yu -- Women transformative scholars and activists:
Race, gender, and calling: perspectives on African American women educators, 1861-1870 / Edward Taylor -- Mary McLeod Bethune: feminist, educator, and activist / Elizabeth F. Barnett -- A reluctant but persistent warrior: Eleanor Roosevelt and the early Civil Rights movement / Allida M. Black -- Intergroup education and racial attitudes research: historical perspectives: The intergroup education movement / Cherry A. McGee Banks -- Research on racial attitudes: historical perspectives / Michael R. Hillis -- Language revitalization, curriculum reform, and action: Knowledge construction, language maintenance, revitalization, and empowerment / Carlos J. Ovando and Karen Gourd -- Whites in multicultural education: rethinking our role / Gary Howard -- Transformative knowledge, curriculum reform, and action / James A. Banks.
Transformative knowledge and multicultural education: The canon debate, knowledge, construction, and multicultural education / James A. Banks -- The African American roots of multicultural education / James A. Banks -- Intellectual leadership and African American challenges to meta-narratives / Cherry A. McGee Banks -- The historical reconstruction of knowledge about race: implications for transformative teaching / James A. Banks -- The historical development of transformative scholarship: Carter G. Woodson and the development of transformative scholarship / Agnes M. Roche -- Allison Davis and the study of race, social class, and schooling / Michael R. Hillis -- George I. Sanchez and Mexican American educational practices / Nathan Murillo -- Mediation and authority: the Native American voices of Mourning Dove and Ella Deloria / Carol Miller -- Constructing the "Oriental problem" in American thought, 1920-1960 / Henry Yu -- Women transformative scholars and activists: Lifting as we climb: the womanist tradition inmulticultural education / Gloria Ladson-Billings
ISBN 0807735329 (cloth : alk. paper)
0807735310 (pbk. : alk. paper)
OCLC # 34190216
Table of Contents
 Preface 
1The Canon Debate, Knowledge Construction, and Multicultural Education / James A. Banks3
2The African American Roots of Multicultural Education / James A. Banks30
3Intellectual Leadership and African American Challenges to Meta-Narratives / Cherry A. McGee Banks46
4The Historical Reconstruction of Knowledge About Race: Implications for Transformative Teaching / James A. Banks64
5Carter G. Woodson and the Development of Transformative Scholarship / Agnes M. Roche91
6Allison Davis and the Study of Race, Social Class, and Schooling / Michael R. Hillis115
7George I. Sanchez and Mexican American Educational Practices / Nathan Murillo129
8Mediation and Authority: The Native American Voices of Mourning Dove and Ella Deloria / Carol Miller141
9Constructing the "Oriental Problem" in American Thought, 1920-1960 / Henry Yu156
10Lifting As We Climb: The Womanist Tradition in Multicultural Education / Gloria Ladson-Billings179
11Race, Gender, and Calling: Perspectives on African American Women Educators, 1861-1870 / Edward Taylor201
12Mary McLeod Bethune: Feminist, Educator, and Activist / Elizabeth F. Barnett217
13A Reluctant but Persistent Warrior: Eleanor Roosevelt and the Early Civil Rights Movement / Allida M. Black233
14The Intergroup Education Movement / Cherry A. McGee Banks251
15Research on Racial Attitudes: Historical Perspectives / Michael R. Hillis278
16Knowledge Construction, Language Maintenance, Revitalization, and Empowerment / Carlos J. Ovando, Karen Gourd297
17Whites in Multicultural Education: Rethinking Our Role / Gary Howard323
18Transformative Knowledge, Curriculum Reform, and Action / James A. Banks335
 About the Contributors349
 Index353


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