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Smith, N. (1999). Chomsky ideas and ideals. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge. 24 LINDA PICKETT 7. ANTONIA DARDER A Passionate, Courageous, and Committed Critical Pedagogue Passion, courage and commitment immediately come to mind when I think of Antonia Darder. Her passion for social justice and equality fuels her fearless critique of power, politics and education, while her enduring commitment sustains her work through difficult and strident political times. Framed in the powerful virtue of hope, the work of Darder is simultaneously complex and simple.
Freud and education. New York: Routledge. 16 LYNDA ROBBIRDS DAUGHENBAUGH & EDWARD L. SHAW, JR. 5. JUDITH BUTLER Philosophy of Resistance INTRODUCTION Judith Butler was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1956 to Jewish parents of Russian and Hungarian heritage. Because her parents practiced different forms of Judaism, mother Orthodox and father Reformed, they decided to send Judith to Hebrew school to study and learn about religion for herself. She was considered a difficult child, always getting into trouble for not following teachers’ instructions, being too loud, and too talkative.
BRIEF BACKGROUND Born in Puerto Rico, Antonia Darder is an extraordinary human being who came to the United States as a young child. Raised in East Los Angeles by a single mother, Darder describes living the first 26 years of her life in poverty (The Freire Project, 2012). Her journey to becoming an internationally known critical theorist is unique and rich with experiences that inform her work. Herself a single mother of three daughters, Darder defied the odds and first studied at a community college and went on to become a pediatric nurse, and later a psychotherapist.
A Critical Pedagogy of Resistance: 34 Pedagogues We Need to Know by Lydiah Nganga, John Kambutu (auth.), James D. Kirylo (eds.)