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Title Engaging with multicultural YA literature in the secondary classroom : critical approaches for critical educators / edited by Ricki Ginsberg and Wendy J. Glenn.

Published New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  809.89283071 ENGA    AVAILABLE
1 copy ordered for UniM Bail on 03-05-2019.
Physical description ix, 210 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1 Positioning Theory: Exploring Power, Social Location, and Moral Choices of the American Dream in American Street p. 11 / Jennifer Buehler -- 2 Social Mind: Using Drama to Walk through Racism in Out of Darkness p. 22 / Patricia E. Enciso and Nithya Sivashankar and Sarah Bradford Fletcher -- 3 Neoliberalism: A Framework for Critiquing Representations of the "Superspecial" Individual in Marcelo in the Real World p. 32 / Sean P. Connors and Roberta Seelinger Trites -- 4 Dominant/Oppositional Gaze: The Power of Looking in Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass p. 42 / Emily Wender -- 5 Multiethnic/Multicultural/Multiracial Alloys: Reading the "Mixed" Experience in Little & Lion p. 53 / Cammie Kim Lin -- 6 Borders and Borderlands: Interrogating Real and Imagined Third Spaces Using If I Ever Get Out of Here p. 63 / Ricki Ginsberg -- 7 Understanding Racial Melancholia: Analyzing Race-Related Losses and Opportunities for Mourning through American Born Chinese p. 74 / Sophia Tatiana Sarigianides -- 8 Interrogating Happiness: Unraveling Homophobia in the Lives of Queer Youth of Color with More Happy than Not p. 83 / Alyssa Chrisman and Mollie V. Blackburn -- 9 Queer Reading Practices and Ideologies: Questioning and (Not) Knowing with Brooklyn, Burning p. 93 / Ryan Schey -- 10 Complicating the Coming Out Story: Unpacking Queer and (Anti) Normative Thinking in Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda p. 103 / Angel Daniel Matos -- 11 Theories of Space, Place, and Navigational Identity: Turning Inside Out and Back Again in the Exploration of Immigration p. 113 / Wendy J. Glenn -- 12 Teaching #BlackLivesMatter and #SayHerName: Interrogating Historical Violence against Black Women in Copper Sun p. 122 / Chonika Coleman-King and Susan L. Groenke -- 13 Critical Race English Education: Engaging with Hip-Hop, Resistance, and Remix in All American Boys and Viral YouTube Videos p. 132 / Rachel L. Richard Rebellino and Karly Marie Grice and Caitlin E. Murphy -- 14 Critical Language Awareness: Unpacking Linguistic and Racial Ideologies in The Hate U Give p. 142 / Christina Marie Ashwin and Sara Studebaker -- 15 Critical Comparative Content Analysis: Examining Violence, Politics, and Culture in Two Versions of I Am Malala p. 153 / Amanda Haertling Thein and Mark A. Sulzer and Renita R. Schmidt -- 16 Deconstructing the Superhero: Interrogating the Racialization of Bodies Using All-New, Ail-Different Avengers, Vol. I p. 162 / Francisco L. Torres -- 17 Arts-Based Approaches to Social Justice in Literature: Exploring the Intersections of Magical Realism and Identities in When the Moon Was Ours p. 171 / Christine N. Stamper and Mary Catherine Miller -- 18 Afrofuturist Reading: Exploring Non-Western Depictions of Magical Worlds in Akata Witch p. 180 / Rebecca G. Kaplan and Antero Garcia.
Other author Ginsberg, Ricki, editor.
Glenn, Wendy J., 1970- editor.
Subject Multiculturalism in literature -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
Young adult literature -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
Reading (Secondary)
English language -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
Multicultural education.
ISBN 9780367147211 (hbk)
0367147211 (hbk)
9780367147228 (paperback)
036714722X (paperback)
9780429053191 (ebk)
9780429627910 (ePub ebook)
9780429629556 (PDF ebook)
9780429626272 (Mobipocket ebook)