Syllabi and Reading List

Many of these readings, from books to articles, have influenced my work. Others I have yet to read, but hope to soon. Syllabi for particular programming will be shared in the future. To find an article or book listed below, check out Google Scholar or feel free to send me an email and I will share any article I may have in my possession.

Books

  • Allsup, Randall: Remixing the Classroom- Toward an Open Philosophy of Music Education
  • Dewey, John: Child and the Curriculum
  • Dewey, John: Education and Experience 
  • Emdin, Christopher: For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood.. And the Rest of Ya’ll, Too
  • Freire, Paulo: Pedagogy of the Oppressed
  • Freire, Paulo & Horton, Myles: We Make the Road By Walking
  • Gay, Roxanne: Bad Feminist
  • Greene, Maxine: The Dialectic of Freedom
  • Greene, Maxine: Releasing the Imagination: Essays on Education, the Arts, and Social Change 
  • Greene, Maxine: Teacher as Stranger 
  • hooks, bell: All About Love: New Visions
  • hooks, bell: Teaching to Transgress
  • Kahanoff, Maya: Jews and Arabs in Israel Encountering Their Identities
  • Lederach, John Paul: The Moral Imagination: The Art and Soul of Peacebuilding
  • Lesko, Nancy: Act your Age! A cultural construction of Adolescence
  • Maalouf, Amine: In the Name of Identity: Violence and the Need to Belong 
  • McTighe and Wiggins: Understanding By Design 
  • Palmer, Parker: The Courage To Teach
  • Vasudevan, L. & DeJaynes, T.: Arts, Media, and Justice: Multimodal Explorations With Youth
  • The Oxford Handbook of Social Justice in Music Education

Articles

  • Allsup, Randall: Music education and human flourishing: a meditation on democratic origins
  • Allsup, Randall and Shieh, Eric: Social Justice and Music Education The Call for a Public Pedagogy
  • Bajaj, Monisha: ‘Pedagogies of resistance’ and critical peace education praxis
  • Bartlett, Leslie: Dialogue, Knowledge, and Teacher-Student Relations: Freirean Pedagogy in Theory and Practice
  • Berlak, Ann: Confrontation and Pedagogy: Cultural Secrets, Trauma, and Emotion in Antioppressive Pedagogies
  • Dembour, Marie-Bénédicte: What are Human Rights? Four Schools of Thought
  • DiAngelo, Robin: White Fragility
  • Dimitriadis, Greg and Weis, Lois: Imagining possibilities with and for contemporary youth: (re)writing and (re)visioning education today
  • Freire, Paulo: Teachers as cultural workers: Letters to those who dare teach
  • Freire, Paulo and Macedo, Donaldo: A Dialogue: Culture, Language, and Race
  • Galtung, Johan: Cultural Violence
  • Giroux, Henry: Rethinking Education as the Practice of Freedom: Paulo Freire and the promise of critical pedagogy
  • Greene, Maxine: The Artistic, Aesthetic, and Curriculum
  • Greene, Maxine: Diversity and Inclusion: Towards a Curriculum for Human Beings
  • Greene, Maxine: Imagination and the Healing Arts
  • Greene, Maxine: Teaching in a Moment of Crisis: The Spaces of Imagination
  • Hess, Juliet: Critiquing the Critical: Casualties and Paradoxes of Critical Pedagogy in Music Education
  • Kumashiro, Kevin: Towards a Theory of Anti-Oppressive Education
  • Marchel, Carol: Learning to Talk/Talking to Learn: Teaching Critical Dialogue
  • Reardon, Betty and Snauwaert, Dale: Reflective Pedagogy, Cosmopolitanism, and Critical Peace Education for Political Efficacy: A Discussion of Betty A. Reardon’s Assessment of the Field
  • Small, Christopher: Musicking – the meanings of performing and listening.
  • Suleiman, Ramzi: Planned Encounters Between Jewish and Palestinian Israelis: A Social-Psychological Perspective
  • Williams, David: The Elephant in the Room
  • Williams, David: What Are Music Educators Doing and How Well Are We Doing It?
  • Van Gorder, Andrew Christian: Pedagogy for the Children of the Oppressors
  • Vasudevan, Lalitha: Re-imagining Pedagogies for Multimodal Selves