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Reclaiming the Borderlands: Chicana/o Identity, Difference, and Critical Pedagogy

Argues that "Borderlands" discourse has served, and continues to serve, as a theoretical framework to advance educational theory by accounting for multiple subjectivity and difference. Provides historical background of Chicana/o Studies and its contribution to Borderlands theories. Analyzes critical pedagogy in relation to Borderlands and elaborates on how Borderlands can be incorporated into educational discourse and pedagogical practices. (SM)

  • Author/Creator: Elenes, C. Alejandra
  • Date Published: Sum
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Educational Theory
  • Number: 3
  • Volume: 47
  • Year: 1997

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