Continuing our new series of posts that will bring you a round-up of the new books publishing each month. This week's highlights include two new additions to the popular Critical Pedagogy Today series.
By Ivor Goodson & Scherto Gill
Offers a unique understanding of teaching and learning, with a range of case studies showing how life narratives can be useful and inspiring pedagogical tools.
By David Geoffrey Smith
Expanding upon Freire's ideas, these essays address ways in which teachers can use traditional wisdom to confront contemporary problems in the classroom.
Edited by Matthew Carlin and Jason Wallin
An edited collection focused on articulating a Deleuze-Guattarian political pedagogy.
Also, these two research works are new in paperback this month:
These books are all available now in the UK and wider Europe, in some cases by end of September throughout the rest of the world.