- The critical social thought series
- Borderlines: Bell Hooks and the pedagogy of revolutionary change / Nathalia E. Jaramillo and Peter McLaren -- Engaging whiteness and the practice of freedom: the creation of subversive academic spaces / George Yancy -- Teaching to transgress: deconstructing normalcy and resignifying the marked body / Cindy LaCom and Susan Hadley -- Bell Hooks, white supremacy, and the academy / Tim Davidson and Jeanette R. Davidson -- Engaging Bell Hooks: how teacher educators can work to sustain themselves and their work / Gretchen Givens Generett -- Bell Hooks's children's literature: writing to transform the world at its root / Carme Manuel -- Talking back: Bell Hooks, feminism, and philosophy / Donna-Dale L. Marcano -- Bell Hooks and the move from marginalized other to radical black subject / Maria del Guadalupe Davidson -- The ethics of blackness: Bell Hooks's postmodern blackness and the imperative of liberation / Clevis Headley -- The specter of race: Bell Hooks, deconstruction, and revolutionary blackness / Arnold Farr -- Love matters: Bell Hooks on political resistance and change / Kathy Glass -- Love, politics, and ethics in the postmodern feminist work of Bell Hooks and Julia Kristeva / Marilyn Edelstein -- "Revolutionary interdependence": Bell Hooks's ethic of love as a basis for a feminist liberation theology of the neighbor / Nancy E. Nienhuis -- Toward a love ethic: love and spirituality in Bell Hooks's writing / Susana Vega-González.
- 9780415989800 (hb : alk. paper)
0415989809 (hb : alk. paper)
9780415989817 (pb : alk. paper)
0415989817 (pb : alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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