Pierre Bourdieu and Literacy Education by P-TaylorFrancis

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									Pierre Bourdieu and Literacy Education
Editor: James Albright
Editor: Allan Luke
Table of Contents

Preface, James Albright and Allan Luke Part One: Objectifying the Field1. Introduction: Renewing the
Cultural Politics of Literacy Education, James Albright and Allan Luke2. Problematics and Generative
Possibilities, James Albright 3. Pierre Bourdieu: A Biographical Memoir, Claire Kramsch 4. Bourdieu and
"Literacy Education", Monica Heller 5. Pedagogy as Gift, Allan Luke Part Two: Producing the Field6. The
Field of Arabic Instruction in the Zionist State, Allon J. Uhlmann 7. Wireless Technology and the
Prospect of Alternative Education Reform, Mark Dressman and Phillip Wilder 8. Towards a Pedagogy of
the Popular: Bourdieu, Hip-Hop, and Out-of-School Literacies, Marc Lamont Hill 9. Critical Race
Perspectives, Bourdieu and Language Education, Rachel Grant and Shelley Wong Part Three: Habitus
and Other10. Tracing Habitus in Texts: Narratives of Loss, Displacement and Migration in Homes, Kate
Pahl 11. The Capital of "Attentive Silence" and Its Impact on English Language and Literacy Education,
Tara Goldstein 12. Improvising on Artistic Habitus: Sedimenting Identity into Art, Jennifer Rowsell 13.
Social Hierarchies and Identity Politics, Jessica Zacher 14. A "Head Start and a Credit": Analyzing
Cultural Capital in the Basic Writing/ESOL Classroom, Mary Jane Curry 15. Implications of Practice,
Activity, and Semiotic Theory for Cognitive Constructs of Writing, Robert J. Bracewell and Stephen P.
Witte Part Four: Remaking the Field16. Learning from Our Failures, James Albright 17. Using Bourdieu to
Make Policy: Mobilising Community Capital and Literacy, Allan Luke Postscript, James Collins
Description

In this volume scholars from around the world focus on how a Bourdieusian stance can enable a powerful
socicultural and cultural analysis of literacy education theory and practice and serve as an effective tool in
analyzing relations of hierarchy and domination. Although there has been a growing body of Bourdieusian-
inspired research in various sectors of education, this book is the first to present both theoretical and
practical articulation of his ideas in the field of literacy education. It brings together three major clusters of
work: Rethinking of the doxa of the social fields of language and literacy educationExplorations of
alternative objectifications of educational fields forming around cultural and linguistic minorities, new
media and technologiesStudies on the formation of the literate habitus in homes and classrooms,
curriculum and schooling, and addresses theoretical, policy and practical directionsPierre Bourdieu and
Literacy Education is intended for researchers, practitioners, and graduate students in literacy education,
sociology of education, and curriculum theory, and as a text for advanced courses in these areas.

								
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