A pedagogy of responsibility : Wendell Berry for ecojustice education
Rebecca A. Martusewicz (Author)
"Examining the deep cultural roots of social and ecological problems perpetuated by schools and institutions, Martusewicz identifies practices, relationships, beliefs, and traditions that contribute to healthier communities. She calls for imaginative re-thinking of education as an ethical process based in a vision of healthy, just, and sustainable communities. Using a critical analytical process, Martusewicz reveals how values of exploitation, mastery, and dispossession of land and people have taken hold in our educational system and communities, and employs Berry's philosophy and wisdom to interrogate and develop a 'pedagogy of responsibility' as an antidote to such harmful ideologies, structures, and patterns. Berry's critical work and the author's relatable storytelling challenge taken-for-granted perspectives and open new ways of thinking about teaching for democratic and sustainable communities."--Provided by publisher
Print Book, English, 2019
Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, New York, NY, 2019
xvi, 186 pages ; 24 cm
9781138961555, 9781138961562, 1138961558, 1138961566
Introduction : toward a pedagogy of responsibility
Neoliberalism and the dis-membering of community (with Gary Schnakenberg)
The bonds of love
Settler colonialism and The unsettling of America
Degraded bodies, degraded earth
STEM education and the miracle of life (with Katy Adams)
Health as holism (with Kristi Wilson)
Re-membering "the room of love"
What is education for?