Pedagogy of Discomfort
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- Amsler, S. S. (2011). From "therapeutic" to political education: The centrality of affective sensibility in critical pedagogy. Critical Studies in Education, 52(1), 47-63. Permalink
- Barrett, B. (2010). Is “safety” dangerous? A critical examination of the classroom as safe space. The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 1(1).
- Brooks, J. G. (2011). Bearing the weight: Discomfort as a necessary condition for "less violent" and more equitable dialogic learning. Educational Foundations, 25(1-2), 43-62. Permalink
- Cooks, L. (2003). Pedagogy, performance, and positionality: Teaching about whiteness in interracial communication. Communication Education, 52(3-4), 245-257. Permalink
- de Freitas, E., & McAuley, A. (2008). Teaching for diversity by troubling whiteness: Strategies for classrooms in isolated white communities. Race, Ethnicity and Education, 11(4), 429-442. Permalink
- Gershon, W. S., Bilinovich, C., & Peel, A. (2010). Race, social studies content, and pedagogy: Wrestling through discomfort together. Canadian Social Studies, 44(1), 29-37. Permalink
- Knight-Diop, M., & Oesterreich, H. A. (2009). Pedagogical possibilities: Engaging cultural rules of emotion. Teachers College Record, 111(11), 2678-2704. Permalink
- Leibowitz, B., Bozalek, V., Rohleder, P., Carolissen, R., & Swartz, L. (2010). "Ah, but the whiteys love to talk about themselves": Discomfort as a pedagogy for change. Race, Ethnicity and Education, 13(1), 83-100. Permalink
- Redmond, M. (2010). Safe space oddity: Revisiting critical pedagogy. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 30(1), 1-14. Permalink
- Zembylas, M., & McGlynn, C. (2012). Discomforting pedagogies: Emotional tensions, ethical dilemmas and transformative possibilities. British Educational Research Journal, 38(1), 41-59. Permalink
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