Episode 119:  Critical Pedagogy and Power with Kevin Magill

In Episode 119, Michael and Dan talk with Dr. Kevin Magill about critical teachers, power relations and intellectual solidarity. 

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Episode 119- Critical Pedagogy and Power

Books, Articles and Other Amazing Resources

    1. Magill, K.R. & Salinas, C. (2018). The Primacy of Relation: Social Studies Teachers and the Praxis of Critical Pedagogy. Theory & Research in Social Education. DOI:    10.1080/00933104.2018.1519476
    2. Magill, K.R. (2018). Critically Civic Teacher Perception, Posture, and Pedagogy: Negating Civic Archetypes. The Journal of Social Studies Research. DOI: doi.org/10.1016/j.jssr.2018.09.005
    3.  Magill, K.R. & Talbert, T. (Eds.) (2019). Taking Sides: Clashing Views on
    4. United States History, Volume 1. New York: McGraw Hill.
    5. Rodriguez, A., & Magill, K.R. (Eds.) (2017). Imagining Education: Beyond the Logic and Learning in Neoliberal Capitalism. Charlotte: Information Age Publishing.
    6. Magill, K.R., & Rodriguez, A. (2015). A Critical Humanist Curriculum. Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, 12(3), 205-227.

Forthcoming

Magill, K.R. & Blevins, B. (2020). Social Studies Teaching and Critically Transformational Dialogue: The Theory Praxis Gap. Teachers College Record, 122(11).

Biography

Kevin R. Magill is an Assistant Professor of Secondary Education at Baylor University. His areas of interest and specialization include Social Studies, Teacher Education, Critical Theory/Pedagogy, Literacy, and Cultural Studies. Broadly, Dr. Magill’s research examines the ontology and ideology of pre and in-service teachers and how the ways these teachers internalize these elements informs their civics/social studies teaching (pedagogy). He is also interested in how these factors help social studies teachers connect to community/students knowledge. His most recent scholarly works include  “Critically civic teacher perception, posture and pedagogy: Negating civic archetypes” published in The Journal of Social Studies Research and “The Primacy of Relation: Social Studies Teachers and the Praxis of Critical Pedagogy” Published in Theory & Research in Social Education. He also recently co-edited a book with Dr. Arturo Rodriguez called, Imagining Education: Beyond the Logic of Global Neoliberal Capitalism and is a co-editor of Taking Sides: US History with Dr. Tony Talbert.

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