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Title Contemporary art and multicultural education / edited by Susan Cahan and Zoya Kocur.
Imprint New York : New Museum of Contemporary Art : Routledge, 1996.

Subject Art -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- United States.
Art in education.
Multicultural education.
Alt Name Cahan, Susan.
Kocur, Zoya.
Description xxxi, 392 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 359-371).
Contents Affirming diversity and humanizing education: interview with Adelaide Sanford / Susan Cahan and Zoya Kocur -- Media education: culture and community in the classroom / Steven Goodman -- Enhancing English as a second language: why contemporary art? / Elyse Rivin -- Teaching students the way they learn / Amalia Mesa-Bains -- The Texture of memory: historical process and contemporary art / Rayna Green -- A Message for youth / Raphaela Francis -- American identity / Carmen Bardguez and Zoya Kocur -- Recasting the family / Zoya Kocur -- AIDS and its representation / Simon Leung -- The War in Vietnam/the war at home / Pam Sporn -- Art in the public realm / Zoya Kocur -- Annotated bibliography / Eduardo Aparicio -- Annotated list of arts and media organizations / Alyosha Goldstein.
ISBN 0415911893
0415911907 (pbk.)
OCLC # 32469329
Table of Contents
 Preface / Marcia Tucker 
 Foreword / Christine Sleeter 
 Introduction / Susan Cahan, Zoya Kocur 
Ch. 1Affirming Diversity and Humanizing Education: Interview with Adelaide Sanford / Susan Cahan, Zoya Kocur5
Ch. 2Media Education: Culture and Community in the Classroom / Steven Goodman18
Ch. 3Enhancing English as a Second Language: Why Contemporary Art? / Elyse Rivin24
Ch. 4Teaching Students the Way They Learn / Amalia Mesa-Bains31
Ch. 5The Texture of Memory: Historical Process and Contemporary Art / Rayna Green39
Ch. 6A Message for Youth / Raphaela Francis45
 John Ahearn/Rigoberto Torres51
 Melissa Antonow52
 Kristine Yuki Aono53
 Eduardo Aparicio56
 Ida Applebroog57
 Tomie Arai58
 Luis Cruz Azaceta59
 Border Art Workshop/Taller de Arte Fronterizo60
 Coqui Calderon61
 Ken Chu62
 Houston Conwill/Joseph DePace/Estella Conwill Majozo63
 Jimmie Durham64
 Epoxy Art Group65
 Guillermo Gomez-Pena66
 Gran Fury67
 Group Material68
 Dolores Guerrero-cruz69
 Guerrilla Girls70
 Marina Gutierrez71
 David Hammons72
 Keith Haring73
 Richard Hill74
 Jean LaMarr76
 Elizabeth Layton77
 Dinh Le78
 Maya Lin79
 Yolanda M. Lopez80
 James Luna81
 Amalia Mesa-Bains82
 Kay Miller84
 Yong Soon Min85
 Lorraine O'Grady86
 Barbara Jo Revelle87
 Jolene Rickard88
 Faith Ringgold89
 Juan Sanchez90
 Andres Serrano91
 Helen Zughaib Shoreman92
 Coreen Simpson93
 Elizabeth Sisco/Louis Hock/David Avalos94
 Clarissa Sligh95
 Diosa Summers96
 Masami Teraoka97
 Danny Tisdale98
 Richard Ray Whitman99
 Pat Ward Williams100
 Krzysztof Wodiczko101
 David Wojnarowicz102
 YA/YA, Inc.104
 Artists' Statements in English109
 Artists' Statements in Spanish167
Ch. 7American Identity / Carmen Bardeguez, Zoya Kocur233
Ch. 8Recasting the Family / Zoya Kocur255
Ch. 9AIDS and Its Representation / Simon Leung281
Ch. 10The War in Vietnam/The War at Home / Pam Sporn307
Ch. 11Art in the Public Realm / Zoya Kocur333
 Annotated Bibliography / Eduardo Aparicio359
 Annotated List of Arts and Media Organizations / Alyosha Goldstein372

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