Pedagogies for the Non-Poor

By Robert A. Evans, Dr. William B. Kennedy

Pedagogies for the Non-Poor

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  • ISBN: 9781579105006
  • Pages: 302
  • Publication Date: 8/23/2000
  • Retail Price: $31.00
Web Price: $24.80
Web Price: $24.80

Pedagogies for the Non-Poor

By Robert A. Evans, Dr. William B. Kennedy

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  • ISBN: 9781579105006
  • Pages: 302
  • Publication Date: 8/23/2000
  • Retail Price: $31.00
Web Price: $24.80

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Rooted in Freire's pedagogy for the poor, the authors provide educational models aimed at "transforming the non-poor and breaking down the ideology of privilege". Includes eight case studies followed by teaching guides, discussion questions, commentaries and authors' analysis.

Endorsements & Reviews-

"An extraordinary compendium of information, data, human experience and social challenge that exposes the raw nerve of social injustice close at hand. Useful not only for individual study, but for group discussion, reflection and action as well."
Robert McAfee Brown, Professor Emeritus of Theology and Ethics, Pacific School of Religion

Contributors-

Robert A. Evans
Dr. William B. Kennedy

Bio(s)-

Robert A. Evans is the Executive Director of Plowshares Institute and Visiting Professor, Centre for Conflict Resolution, Cape Town. He has taught on the faculty of both U.S. and international graduate schools and, as an ordained Presbyterian pastor, he has served churches in the United States and Europe. He has extensive experience in adapting the case method approach to conflict resolution and is the author of a number of books in areas such as human rights, education, development and theology. He served as Coordinator for Empowering for Reconciliation with Justice (ERJ) in South Africa and as Director of a project to apply ERJ learnings in other parts of the world.

Alice Frazer Evans is the Director of Writing and Research, Plowshares Institute. Co-Director Emeritus, Association for Case Teaching, and Visiting Scholar, Centre for Conflict Resolution, Cape Town. She is an elder and lay leader in the United Presbyterian Church. A prolific case writer, she has focused on the development of international case studies with special attention to the use of cases in conflict resolution training. She is the author and an editor of a number of books employing the case study approach. She is a Co-National Coordinator of the CERJ program for which she developed curriculum material.

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