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Greene, Maxine – Harvard Educational Review, 2009
The author began writing this essay the day after waves of euphoria swept over what appeared to be a profoundly altered public space. Americans had seen the most diverse gathering of people coming freely together to affirm a common purpose no one could quite yet define. No one had instructed them to come out in the cold of that inauguration…
Descriptors: United States History, Civil Rights, Presidents, African Americans
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Greene, Maxine – Harvard Educational Review, 1986
The author asserts that development of a critical pedagogy appropriate for education in this country is a top priority. She suggests ways educators can begin to reappropriate the American cultural heritage to create conditions for a meaningful pedagogy. (Author/CH)
Descriptors: American Studies, Change Strategies, Cultural Influences, Cultural Pluralism
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Greene, Maxine; And Others – Harvard Educational Review, 1991
Includes "Texts and Margins" (Greene); "Arts as Epistemology: Enabling Children to Know What They Know" (Gallas); "To Arrive in Another World: Poetry, Language Development, and Culture" (Steinbergh); "The Uses of Folk Music and Songwriting in the Classroom" (Cockburn); and "And Practice Drives Me Mad;…
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Art Education, Children, Creative Expression