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Title:
Rethinking race, class, language, and gender : a dialogue with Noam Chomsky and other leading scholars
Author:
Orelus, Pierre W.
ISBN:
9781442204553
Publication Information:
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, c2011.
Physical Description:
203 p.
Contents:
Unveiling majoritarian myths and tales about race and racism: a conversation with Richard Delgado -- The fight against racism and classism: a conversation with David Gillborn -- Unmasking white supremacy and racism: a conversation with Zeus Leonardo -- Unpacking racial and socio-economic marginalizations: a conversation with Howard Winant -- Re-examining social inequality in school and beyond: a conversation with Christine E. Sleeter -- Unveiling discriminations in school and society at large: a conversation with Sonia Nieto -- Multiculturalism matters more than ever: a conversation with Carl A. Grant -- Critical pedagogy in stark opposition to western neo-liberalism and corporatization of schools: a dialogue with Peter McLaren -- Democracy, schooling, and neo-liberalism: a dialogue with Noam Chomsky -- Re-examining class and racial dominations in the new era of western capitalism: a dialogue with Antonia Darder -- Beyond Obama's historical symbolism: the heavy weight of being black/brown in a racist society: a conversation with Eduardo Bonilla-Silva -- Confront racial and gender oppressions in schools: a conversation with Pedro Noguera -- I say it how it is: exposing racial issues in the classroom and beyond: a conversation with Dave Stovall.
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The canon is contrapuntal compositional technique, which sounds more complicated than it really is. When you go through known canons, you will find it easy. Somebody starts singing, other joins later and sings the same melody. Altogether It sounds beautiful. I arranged nine world songs and two classical compositions. Where the canons had opportunity to start at multiple sies, I made more versions.In addition, each version is modified twice. The first modification is for two ukuleles but one can be replaced by another instrument (flute, concertina, ocarina etc.) This modification is suitable for beginners who are learning synchronization with another player. The second modification is for solo ukulele where two voices are played by one ukulele. This version is suitable for advanced players. They are learning the voice independence. Voices in the canons are crossed very often, sometime it is useful to look at arrangement for two ukuleles and analyze how the voice is kept.Lots of beautiful moments, whether you play alone or with a friend.London's burning; Frere Jacques; Vent Frais; Row, Row, Row Your Boat; Ah, Poor Bird; Hinei Mah Tov; Merrily, Merrily; Kaeru No Uta; Vyletela holubicka; Viva la musica; Dona Nobis Pacem. The are in the book songs without text. Check out samples from books: http://osos.sweb.cz/preview-ukulele.pdf


Table of Contents

Peter McLarenRichard DelgadoDavid GillbornZeus LeonardoHoward WinantChristine E. SleeterSonia NietoCarl A. GrantPeter McLarenNoam ChomskyAntonia DarderEduardo Bonilla-SilvaPedro NogueraDavid StovallChristine E. Sleeter
Forewordp. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xix
About the Intervieweesp. xxi
Introductionp. xxix
Part 1 Mapping and Engaging the Debate on Race, Racism, and Other ôIsmsö: From Slavery to the Civil Rights Era to Barack Obama's Presidency and Beyondp. 1
1 Unveiling Majoritarian Myths and Tales about Race and Racism: A Conversationp. 7
2 The Fight against Racism and Classism: A Conversationp. 17
3 Unmasking White Supremacy and Racism: A Conversationp. 31
Part 2 Against the Matrix of Oppressions: Toward a More Humane Worldp. 53
4 Unpacking Racial and Socioeconomic Marginalizations: A Conversationp. 59
5 Reexamining Social Inequality in Schools and Beyond: A Conversationp. 67
6 Unveiling and Fighting against Discrimination in Schools and Society: A Conversationp. 75
7 Multicultural Education Matters More Than Ever: A Conversationp. 85
Part 3 Redefining Democracy, Schooling, and Social Justice in the Supreme State of Western Neoliberalism and U.S. Imperialismp. 91
8 Critical Pedagogy in Stark Opposition to Western Neoliberalism and the Corporatization of Schools: A Conversationp. 97
9 Democracy, Schooling, and Neoliberalism: A Conversationp. 111
Part 4 The Trio of Inequities: Class, Gender, and Racep. 121
10 Reexamining Class and Racial Dominations in the New Era of Western Capitalism: A Conversationp. 129
11 Beyond Obama's Historical Symbolism: The Heavy Weight of Being Black/Brown in a Racist Society: A Conversationp. 147
12 Confront Racial and Gender Oppressions in Schools: A Conversationp. 161
13 I Say It How It Is: Exposing Racial Issues in the Classroom and Beyond: A Conversationp. 169
Conclusionp. 179
Afterwordp. 183
Bibliographyp. 187
Indexp. 195
About the Authorp. 203