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Critical Pedagogy and Global Literature enables a better pedagogical praxis by offering both wide-ranging theoretical explorations and results grounded in experience. Part One of the book focuses on various aspects of critical pedagogy and its importance for teaching world literature by offering ten carefully selected chapters written by established and emerging scholars in the fields of critical pedagogy, world literature, and postcolonial studies. Part Two of the book offers six brief, praxis-driven essays by instructors who have taught world literature courses at the university level. This comprehensive theoretical and praxis-driven engagement shows how teaching world literature can be accomplished with the goal of changing and transforming the world.
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Author of Constructing Pakistan (Oxford, 2010) Masood Ashraf Raja is an Associate Professor of English at the University of North Texas and the editor of Pakistaniaat: A Journal of Pakistan Studies.
Hillary Stringer is a PhD candidate in English Literature at the University of North Texas, USA, where she is a Teaching Fellow, the Production Editor of the American Literary Review, and a coordinating editor for Pakistaniaat: A Journal of Pakistan Studies. Her fiction has appeared in Synergies, the Tidal Basin Review, and Microchondria, an anthology of "short-short" stories compiled by the Harvard Book Store.
Zach VandeZande is a PhD candidate at the University of North Texas, USA. He has published several short works of fiction as well as a novel, Apathy and Paying Rent.
"This brilliant collection of essays not only breathes new life into the field of critical pedagogy, but leaves this reader wanting more." -David Gabbard, Bilingual Education Department, Boise State University, USA
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