liberatory

liberatory

(ˈlɪbərətərɪ)
adj
tending to liberate
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Thus, the article will explore how the meanings-rich memory work by the principals can be understood as critical race pedagogy (Jennings & Lynn, 2005) through the creation of "geographies of resistance," the "cultivation of communal and cultural assets," and the "activation of a liberatory consciousness" (Love, 2000, in Sharpe, 2014, p.
The Struggle for Liberatory Education: (1) Interlocking Geo-Politics and Histories
A philosophical meditation on power, labor, knowledge, and history, the show pointed to the fragility of human endeavor and, like Benjamin's seminal essay "On the Concept of History," to the liberatory potential of the obsolete.
Unsurprisingly, there are numerous commonalities and differences in approach In their introduction, the editors sketch the pivotal development of women's studies as a discipline during a time of more general liberatory struggles.
Third, it seeks to raise the possibility of a liberatory discourse on the intersection of power, epistemology, methodology and ideology in the hope that new epistemic lenses will be found and applied in order to achieve a better understanding of world realities, including realities on the periphery of the world system.
This autonomy is called liberatory autonomy and highlights learning to liberate as presented by Kumaravadivelu (2003): "While academic autonomy enables learners to be strategic practitioners in order to realize their learning potential, liberatory autonomy empowers them to be critical thinkers in order to realize their human potential" (p.
She explores the ethics of self-fashioning, moving beyond the strong black woman: Melba Beals' Warriors Don't Cry, reclaiming radical interdependence: Rosemary Bray's Unafraid of the Dark, honoring the past to move forward: June Jordan's Soldier, storytelling as diasporic consciousness: Edwidge Danticat's Brother, I'm Dying, and cultivating liberatory Joy: Eise Davis' Angela's Mixtape.
However, liberatory knowledge cannot be gained merely through reflection and discussion with others, but also requires acting collectively in the world so as to shape our lives and ultimately so as to change the world.
44); and (3) liberatory cosmopolitanism, "which starts from urban encounters, but which raises questions about the significance of difference in advancing equality, recognition and redistribution" (p.
They explain the last part: "Like other areas of reproduction that we discuss in this book, assisted reproduction contains both liberatory and coercive possibilities.
The first of these manoeuvres was the liberatory manoeuvre described by Semont7 in 1988 then Epley6,8,9 described the canalith repositioning procedure(CRP).
Indeed, the recent allegations against Jian Ghomeshi, who gained a Women's Studies minor at York University in the early 1990s, all too clearly raise the spectre that liberatory, feminist pedagogy encourages ventriloquism as often as transformation.