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This edited volume engages in specific connections between pop culture, curriculum, and pedagogy, asking questions about how we are made through what we watch, read, listen to, consume, and love. Framed by post-humanist ideas, the authors pose questions about the educability of those on the outside of humanity, and about how the ways we imagine structures, institutions, and configurations beyond what seems possible may inform the work and thinking we are currently engaged in.  The book has contributions from scholars inspired by post-humanism, africanfuturisms, speculative fiction, cyborg studies, and decolonial studies, among others.

The volume concludes with a conversation with Prof. Jack Halberstam (Columbia University), one the foremost scholars in cultural studies, queer theories, and popular culture, providing a fascinating dialogue with the field of education.


Pop Culture and Curriculum, Assemble! (eBook)

SKU: 978-1-64504-185-6
  • Daniel Friedrich is Associate Professor of Curriculum at Teachers College, Columbia University. His work is located at the intersections of Curriculum Studies, Comparative and International Education, and Teacher Education, having published extensively in those fields. 


    Jordan Corson is Assistant Professor at Stockton University. Jordan has published research in the fields of education and philosophy, anthropology and education, and teacher education. His research takes up ethnographic and historical methods to interrogate issues of transnational migration and educational theory through anti-colonial and abolitionist praxis.


    Deirdre Hollman is a doctoral student at Teachers College, Columbia University.  Her work focuses on Social Studies Curriculum and Teaching; Historical, Racial, and Visual Literacies; Cultural Studies; and Speculative Thought in Education. She has a degree in art history from Princeton University and she served as Director of Education and Exhibitions at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture for fifteen years.

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