Special Anniversary Issue: Pedagogy of the Oppressed
This is a special issue of CONCEPT journal celebrating the 50th anniversary of the publication of Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed. We regard the Special Issue as a fitting tribute from a range of distinctive voices to perhaps one of the most distinctive, compelling and (still) contemporary voices in popular education.
Editorial - Mel Aitken & Mae Shaw
Why Freire Still Matters - Jim Crowther/Ian Martin
Reclaiming the radical agenda: Paulo Freire in Neoliberal Times - Margaret Ledwith
A Northeastern Brazilian: Memories of Paulo Freire - Budd L Hall
The Road Not Taken: The Road Still Open - Colin & Gerri Kirkwood
What Freire Means to Me - Lyn Tett, Louise Sheridan & Christina McMellon
POTO and the Power of Big Words - CAMINA
Pedagogy of Courage - Joel Lazarus
Freire at the Ceilidh - Stan Reeves
Why Gramsci offers us a framework for understanding the work of Freire - Keith Popple
In solidarity: international reflections;
- Freire at the University of Seville - Emilio Lucio-Villeg
- Reflections on Pop Ed in Latin America and the Caribbean - Viviana Cruz McDougall
- A message of solidarity from South Africa - Astrid von Kotze
Review: A Student Guide to POTO - Bill Johnston
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