Numero 6 / 2019: Bella ciao. Critical education as resistance against populism, sexism, racism

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Bella ciao. Critical education as resistance against populism, sexism, racism

Peter Mayo, Naples
Dave Hill, Fish and Fascism  
Paolo Vittoria, Dave Hill,
Foreword. Critical education in times of right-wing populism and propaganda

Part I. Critical Education in Freire and Boal

Jones Irwin, Freire and situationism – whither the pedagogy of the oppressed in the era of the contemporary spectacle?
Angelo Miramonti, Healing and transformation through art: theatre for reconciliation
Roberto Mazzini, One coin, two sides. Boal and Freire: similarities and differences
Anna Zumbo,
Critical education as a tool for local community changing: from Paulo Freire to the community generative welfare system social innovation and transforming the welfare
Chiara Vanadia, The contribution of Paulo Freire and Augusto Boalin the multicultural context of teaching and learning italian as a foreign language
Mariateresa Muraca, The legacy of Paulo Freire in struggles for social justice: notes for a pedagogy of social movements
William Soares dos Santos, Narration and dialogue in Danilo Dolci and Paulo Freire
Maria Paola Rottino,
A Paulo Freire-based community education approach in Ventimiglia: understanding the complexity of the migrants’ crisis at the french-italian border

Part II. Critical education, marxism and crisis of democracy

W. Wayne Ross, The problem of democracy in the time of Trump
Peter Mayo, Critical pedagogy: an international perspective
Sandra Mathison,
The revolutionary possibility of the mundane
Dave Hill, Marxist public policy principles:schooling and teacher education/ training
Gianna Katsiampoura, Once again on the social responsibility of intellectuals
Emilia Romano, The reasons of utopia
Constantine D. Skordoulis,
Marx, natural science and the materialist conception of nature
Maria Chalari, Crisis austerity and new frameworks for teaching and learning: a pedagogy of hope for contemporary greek education
Robert M. Zecker, A people’s University: communist workers’ schools in America, 1930-1956 
Vânia Motta, Maria Carolina Andrade, The educational business community in the Bolsonaro government:intra-bourgeois dispute over projects?

Part III, Critical education, inclusivity and struggle for social justice

Roi Silberberg, Dealing with racism in the classroom – a necessary component for teacher education in Israel
Vincenzo Curion, How critical thinking changes at the time of the algorithms
Anna Cucca, Digital literacy and active citizenshipfrom the perspective of critical feminist pedagogy
Rosaria Capobianco, The autobiographical writing at school in the land of Gomorrah
Inny Accioly, The denying of the right to education and violation of human rightsin the development agenda: domination and resistance in sub-saharan Africa
Valentina Paola Cesarano, The relationship between disability and work: a meta-analysis from the perspectiveof the critical disability studies
Anna Russo, Inclusion as a quality factor in the school system: an integrated device
Francesca Buccini, When diversity is a resource?