Post-formalism, Pedagogy Lives (in memory of Kincheloe’s contribution) encompasses each of the basic principles of Kincheloe’s post formal thought.
“«Post-formalism, Pedagogy Lives» builds on the work of Joe Kincheloe and extends his educational and political insights into the twenty-first century. In this book a range of writers have addressed the promise of critical pedagogy and post-formalism in a way that will inspire and energize anyone concerned with pedagogy’s crucial relationship to matters of politics, power, agency, and hope. This is an important book that should be read by everyone concerned about the state and future of post-formalism and its connection to critical pedagogy.” Henry A. Giroux
‘‘At a time when democratic life in schools and society is being threatened by close-minded authoritarian values, a book that highlights the brilliance and versatility of the contributions made by late critical scholar Joe L. Kincheloe is precisely what we need today. In «Post-formalism, Pedagogy Lives», Hans Jansen and Hugo Letiche beautifully bring together a set of outstanding essays that powerfully speak to the transformative courage and commitment that we, as educators, researchers, and activists, must encompass, if our work is to express the integrity of our emancipatory vision and the essence of our evolving humanity. It is a book that holds important philosophical keys to a life affirming pedagogy and liberatory possibilities for creating a more loving and just world.’’ Antonia Darder, Leavey Endowed Chair of Ethics and Moral Leadership, Loyola Marymount University; and Distinguished Visiting Faculty, University of Johannesburg
‘‘Hans Jansen and Hugo Letiche share Kincheloe’s sense of work and wonder in «Post-formalism, Pedagogy Lives». This is energizing to all of the advanced scholars left to carry on this important project and enlightening to an audience of new scholars who are not afraid of the complexities in a repackaged, overly (re)presented world.’’ Roymieco A. Carter, Director of the Visual Arts Program, North Carolina A&T State University
Hans Jansen is Emeritus Professor of Pedagogical Innovation and Ethics at the University of the West of England. His Drs. is from the University of Amsterdam and his Ph.D. from the Universiteit voor Humanistiek.
Hugo Letiche is Professor of Organization and Complexity at the University of Leicester and Visiting Professor at École de Mines: TEM Paris. His Drs. is from Leiden University and his Ph.D. from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.