|aUrban literacies :|bcritical perspectives on language, learning, and community /|cedited by Valerie Kinloch ; foreword by Arnetha F. Ball and Carol D. Lee ; afterword by JoBeth Allen.
|aNew York :|bTeachers College Press,|cc2011.
|axii, 220 p. ;|c23 cm.
|aLanguage and literacy series.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aForeword / Arnetha F. Ball and Carol D. Lee -- On critical urban education: an introduction / Valerie Kinloch -- Pt. I. In consideration of family and community literacies / Juan C. Guerra -- Aprendiendo de sus comunidades/Learning from their communities: bilingual teachers researching urban Latino neighborhoods / Lucila D. Ek ... [et al.] -- A different world: black bookstores as literary counterpublics / Marc Lamont Hill -- Identity construction in the borderlands: the Acosta family / Carmen M. Marti(QBnez-Rolda(QBn and Guillermo Malave(QB -- Double reading: young black scholars responding to whiteness in a community literacy program / Stephanie Power Carter and Kafi D. Kumasi -- The buzz on teaching and community / Anne Haas Dyson and Celia Genishi -- A different kind of teaching: culture circles as professional development for freedom / Mariana Souto-Manning -- (Re)Framing teaching in urban classrooms: a poststructural (re)reading of critical literacy as curricular and pedagogical practice / Marcelle M. Haddix and Mary Alexandra Rojas -- Down for the ride but not for the die: theatre as language for incarcerated girls / Maisha T. Winn -- Pt. III. Studies on popular culture and forms of multimodality / Colleen Fairbanks and Detra Price-Dennis -- Writing as a site of struggle: popular culture, empowerment, and politics of (in)visibility / Korina Jocson and Jamal Cooks -- Is it bigger than hip-hop? Examining the problems and potential of hip-hop in the curriculum / Jung Kim -- "The consciousness of the verbal artist": understanding vernacular literacies in digital and embodied spaces / Django Paris and David E. Kirkland -- Conclusion: Reflections and insights on urban education / Valerie Kinloch, Sonia Nieto, and Peter Smagorinsky -- Afterword: What if... / JoBeth Allen.
|aEducation, Urban|xSocial aspects|zUnited States.