LevinsonB & PollackM A Companion to the Anthropology of Education

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Critical Commentary

Part I Histories and Generations 9

1 World Anthropologies of Education 11 Kathryn M. Anderson-Levitt

2 Culture 25 Frederick Erickson

3 The Ethnography of Schooling Writ Large, 1955–2010 34 Ray McDermott and Jason Duque Raley

4 Education, Cultural Production, and Figuring Out What to Do Next 50 Hervé Varenne, with Jill Koyama

5 Recovering History in the Anthropology of Education 65 Elsie Rockwell

6 The Rise of Class Culture Theory in Educational Anthropology 81 Douglas Foley

7 “If There’s Going to Be an Anthropology of Education …” 97 Harry F. Wolcott

8 Building an Applied Educational Anthropology beyond the Academy 112 Jean J. Schensul

Part II Education via Language: Speaking, Writing, Playing 135

9 Linguistic Anthropology of Education 137 Stanton Wortham and Angela Reyes

10 The Anthropology of Literacy 154 Lesley Bartlett, Dina López, Lalitha Vasudevan, and Doris Warriner

11 The Anthropology of Language Planning and Policy 177 Teresa L. McCarty and Larisa Warhol

12 Language Socialization across Educational Settings 197 Patricia Baquedano-López and Sera Jean Hernandez

13 Ethnographic Studies of Children and Youth and the Media 212 Joseph Tobin and Allison Henward

14 Hip Hop and the Politics of Ill-literacy 232 H. Samy Alim

15 Argumentation and the Negotiation of Scientifi c Authority in Classrooms 247 Laura J. Wright, Joel Kuipers, and Gail Viechnicki

Part III States, Identities, and Education 263 

16 The Predicament of Embodied Nationalisms and Educational Subjects 265 Véronique Benei

17 Toward an Anthropology of (Democratic) Citizenship Education 279 Bradley A.U. Levinson

18 Development, Post-colonialism, and Global Networks as Frameworks for the Study of Education in Africa and Beyond 299 Amy Stambach and Zolani Ngwane

19 Civil Sociality and Childhood Education 316 Sally Anderson

20 Anthropological Perspectives on Chinese Children, Youth, and Education 333 Vanessa L. Fong and Sung won Kim

21 Schools, Skills, and Morals in the Contemporary Middle East 349 Fida Adely and Gregory Starrett

22 Educational Policy, Anthropology, and the State 368 Carlos Miñana Blasco and Carolina Arango Vargas

Part IV Roles, Experiences, and Institutions 389

23 Immigrants and Education 391 Margaret A. Gibson and Jill P. Koyama

24 Variations on Diversity and the Risks of Bureaucratic Complicity 408 Ángel Díaz de Rada and Livia Jiménez Sedano

25 Toward an Anthropology of Teachers and Teaching 425 Sarah Jewett and Katherine Schultz

26 Cultural Anthropology Looks at Higher Education 445 Wesley Shumar and Shabana Mir

27 What Makes the Anthropology of Educational Policy Implementation‘Anthropological’? 461 Edmund T. Hamann and Lisa Rosen

Part V Interventions 479

28 The Past, Present, and Future of “Funds of Knowledge” 481 Norma González, Leisy Wyman, and Brendan H. O’Connor

29 Multiculturalism and Intercultural Education Facing the Anthropology of Education 495 Gunther Dietz and Laura Selene Mateos Cortés

30 A Sociohistorical Perspective for Participatory Action Research and Youth Ethnography in Social Justice Education 517 Julio Cammarota

31 Parents as Critical Educators and Ethnographers of Schooling 530 Janise Hurtig and Andrea Dyrness

32 The Critical Ethnography of Public Policy for Social Justice 547 Patricia D. Lopez, Angela Valenzuela, and Emmanuel García


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