Critical Literacy: Theories and Practices

The journal ‘Critical Literacy: Theories and Practices’ publishes articles related to theoretical discussions and practices of critical literacy based on a wide range of perspectives and disciplines. We propose a definition of critical literacy as an educational practice that emphasizes the connections between language, knowledge, power and subjectivities.

Current Issue:

 

Volume 7 Issue 2 2013 (6.09.2013) 

 

Past Issues:

Volume 1 Issue 1 2007

Volume 1 Issue 2 2007

Volume 2 Issue 1 2008

Volume 3 Issue 1 2009 

Volume 3 Issue 2 2009 
Guest Editor: Dr Susan Sandretto, University of Otago, Aotearoa/New Zealand

Volume 4 Issue 1 2010

Volume 4 Issue 2 2010  
Guest Editors: Dr Walkyria Monte Mor (Universidade de Sao Paulo) and Dr Clarissa Jordao (Universidade Federal do Parana), Brazil.

Volume 5 Issue 1 2011

Volume 5 Issue 2 2011 

Volume 6 Issue 1 2012

Volume 6 Issue 2 2012 
Guest Editors: Janinka Greenwood and John Everatt, University of Canterbury, Aotearoa/NZ.

Volume 7 Issue 1 2013 

 

Editors:

 Vanessa Andreotti, University of Oulu and Lynn Mario T. M. de Souza, University of São Paulo.

 

Editorial Board:

Alan Rogers, University of East Anglia; Alistair Pennycook, University of Technology Sydney; Andrew Robinson, University of Nottingham; Bonny Norton, University of British Columbia; Clarissa Jordao, Federal University of Parana; Colin Wright, University of Nottingham; Denise Bertoli Braga, University of Campinas; Doug Bourne, Institute of Education, University of London; Ingrid Maria Hoofd, National University of Singapore; Kathleen Quinlivan, University of Canterbury; Mary Stuart, Kingston University; Mastin Prinsloo, University of Cape Town; Simon Tormey, University of Nottingham; Vaidehi Ramanathan, University of California Davis; Walkyria Monte Mor, University of São Paulo.

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Vol 7, No 2 (2013)

Table of Contents

Editor's preface PDF
Vanessa Andreotti 1-2

Articles

Modernity, Technology, Nationality Abstract PDF
William Pinar 3-19
Growing Up in Red China: Representations of the Chinese Cultural Revolution in Young Adult Novels and Memoirs Abstract PDF
Lina Sun 20-32
Responding to the Call for Sustainability: Intercultural Education and the Pursuit of an Integrated Postcolonial Perspective Abstract PDF
Nicole Webster 33-47

Position Papers

The Big Five As Dangerous As Ever – German Development Cooperation, Colonial-racist Imagery, And Civil Society's Response PDF
Daniel Bendix 48-57

Practitioner Insights

Against the Tide: Working With And Against the Affective Flows of resistance in Social and Global Justice Learning Abstract PDF
Lisa K Taylor 58-68
The Education Students Deserve: Building a Democratic Classroom in Teacher Education Abstract PDF
Lina Bell Soares 69-78


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Critical Literacy: Theories and Practices is a non-commercial initiative committed to the ethical dissemination of academic research and educational thinking. CLTP acknowledges the thoughtful dedication of authors, editors and reviewers to develop and promote this open journal initiative. The journal receives copy-editing sponsorship from the Faculty of Education at the University of Oulu, Finland. CLTP has previously received  copy editing support from the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice at the University of Nottingham, UK.