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Title Words in the wilderness : critical literacy in the borderlands / Stephen Gilbert Brown ; foreword by Gary A. Olson.
Imprint Albany, N.Y. : State University of New York Press, ©2000.

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Description 1 online resource (xi, 229 pages)
Series SUNY series, interruptions -- border testimony(ies) and critical discourse/s
SUNY series, interruptions--border testimony(ies) and critical discourse/s.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-224) and index.
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Subject Brown, Stephen Gilbert, 1949-
Brown, Stephen Gilbert, 1949-
Athapascan Indians -- Education -- Alaska.
Critical pedagogy.
Literacy.
Teachers -- Alaska -- Biography.
Alaska.
Genre Biographies.
Contents Foreword / Gary A. Olson -- Introduction: Of Words in the Wilderness -- How I Came to Be a Bush Teacher -- Calibans of the Contact Zone: Resistance and Marginality in the Borderlands -- The Bush Teacher as Cultural Imperialist -- Beyond the Contact Zone: Theorizing the Dialogic Classroom -- Adventures in Cultural Tourism: Foxfire and the Fetishization of the Authentic -- Decomposing the Canon: Alter/Native Narratives from the Borderlands -- Teaching the Cultural Conflicts: Toward a Literacy of Resistance.
Summary Reflecting and building upon his time teaching on an Athabascan Indian reservation in Alaska, Brown (writing, U. of Tampa) attempts to incorporate his experience and the theories of Freire and other critical pedagogists into a work which recommends a resistance pedagogy for colonized and oppressed peoples. He relates his own transformation from a unwitting tool of the colonizer to someone who learned from his students what works in engaging "border" students education, throughout relating the material to current theoretical radical pedagogy.
Other Title Print version: Brown, Stephen Gilbert, 1949- Words in the wilderness. Albany, N.Y. : State University of New York Press, ©2000 0791444058