Course:Classroom Climate/3. More Than Content: Working Critically with Fear, Guilt, Privilege, and Other "Hidden" Issues

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  • King, T. (2005). The truth about stories: A native narrative. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press. Ubc-elink.png
  • Trouillot, M. (1995). Silencing the past: Power and the production of history. Boston, MA: Beacon Press. Ubc-elink.png

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  • Ewert-Bauer, T. (2011, January). Emotion, conflict, and culture in the classroom: Part one of two. Bridges, 9(1), 12-14. Permalink.svg Permalink
  • Ewert-Bauer, T. (2011, April). Emotion, conflict, and culture in the classroom: Part two of two. Bridges, 9(3), 13-15. Permalink.svg Permalink
  • Lowe, P. (2015). Lessening sensitivity: Student experiences of teaching and learning sensitive issues. Teaching in Higher Education, 20(1), 119–129. Ubc-elink.png
  • Madden, B., & McGregor, H. E. (2013). Ex(er)cising student voice in pedagogy for decolonizing: Exploring complexities through duoethnography. Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 35(5), 371-391. Ubc-elink.png
  • Zembylas, M. (2007). Mobilizing anger for social justice: The politicization of the emotions in education. Teaching Education, 18(1), 15-28.Ubc-elink.png
  • Zembylas, M. (2014). Rethinking race and racism as technologies of affect: Theorizing the implications for anti-racist politics and practice in education. Race Ethnicity and Education, 1–18. Ubc-elink.png


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