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What happens to young people in a flawed democracy when thinking is
eviscerated, and disdained in favor of raw emotion? What happens when political
discourse functions as a bunker rather than a bridge? What happens when the
spheres of morality and spirituality give way to the naked...
A crucial task in this age of unmitigated greed, violence, and terror is the need to
envision something better, to dream of that which, although seemingly impossible,
will allow us to take action in favor of reinstating our stolen humanity, snatched
from our history by the monstrous tentacles of...
Since the collapse in the early 1970s of the class compromise that had
structured labor relations in the United States after the Second World War, the humanities
have been undergoing changes that have transformed them into versions of (post)humanities
– humanities without humanism. These changes...
The following essay seeks to contribute to Marxist educational theory by
offering a systematic analysis of Marx’s (1867/1967) ‘General law of capitalist
accumulation’ as outlined in Chapter 25 of the first volume of Capital. Underscoring this
analysis is the beginning of a systematic examination...
The importance of education for social transformation is not exclusively
something that is done in schools and universities. Taking education in its broadest
formulation – something that happens all of the time, in this article I posit the argument that
educative strategies for class struggle...
This article argues that Marxism is inherently anti-sexist, anti-racist, and
against all forms of exploitation and oppression. As a philosophy of revolution, Marxism is
more than about economic restructuring but rather argues for the development of a new
humanity based upon a class-less mode of...
Critical educational theorists have recently begun to take up the notion of the
‘right to the city’ to understand and resist neoliberal attacks on education in the U.S. This
process, however, has thus far not attended to the important debates taking place around
what the right to the city...
This article examines how contemporary student movements are disrupting,
opposing and displacing entrenched oppressive and dehumanizing reforms, practices and
frames in today’s corporate academia. This work is divided in four sections. The first is an
introduction to student movements and an...
This paper briefly examines the context-specific paths and policies of
neoliberalism and neoconservatism and the resistance to their depradations. While calling
for activism within micro-, meso- and macro-social and political arenas, the paper focuses
on activity within formal education...
Going beyond a traditional understanding of commons as land and resources,
a knowledge commons involves collective, cumulative informal experience, scientific
research, the arts, and procedural, practical information, often with economic implications.
However, much confusion exists around the...
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