This class looks at contemporary issues in radical education. We investigate the relationship between education and social, economic, and political transformation. Focusing on literature influenced by post-structuralism, queer theory, marxism, the Black radical tradition, and anarchism, we explore the radical possibilities of things like studying, failure, forgetting, ignorance, silence, and weakness. In addition to asking what form education should take, we also research how people are imagining alternative visions for our future.
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