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  • Author:
    Diane DuBose Brunner
  • ISBN:
    0847688968
  • ISBN13:
    978-0847688968
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  • Publisher:
    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (October 1998)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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    Humanities
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by Diane DuBose Brunner. Between the Masks articulates a study of representation and the 'politics of place' through a pedagogy of inquiry and a critical reflection on identity.

by Diane DuBose Brunner. As a resistance to essentialist politics, the text focuses on the identity making/marking role of cultural materials in the recovery of different and overdetermind histories.

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Diane DuBose Brunner is Assistant Professor in the Department of Education at Michigan State University.

In his first book, Black Skin, White Masks, where he expressed his hopelessness at being neither white nor black

In his first book, Black Skin, White Masks, where he expressed his hopelessness at being neither white nor black. Fanon identifies the double consciousness that African Americans face and its source; he claimed the cultural and social confusions of African Americans were caused by European culture. He gave examples of things that he has encountered that demonstrate the double consciousness Triple consciousness

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Between the Masks articulates a study of representation and the 'politics of. .This book marks a move toward intertextual, interdisciplinary study which will.

Between the Masks articulates a study of representation and the 'politics of place' through a pedagogy of inquiry and a critical reflection on identity. This book marks a move toward intertextual, interdisciplinary study which will help educators modulate the complicated conversations and contexts of todayOs schools. Library descriptions.

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Between the Masks articulates a study of representation and the 'politics of place' through a pedagogy of narrative-performing inquiry and a critical reflection on identity. As a resistance to essentialist politics, the text focuses on the identity making/marking role of cultural materials in the recovery of different and overdetermind histories. It proposes a multicultural revision of knowledge that displaces the binarisms of insider/outside rather than simply shifting the margin to the center. By combining perspectives that produce strong readings with a semiotic method of analysis, the essentialist representations of racial, ethnic, sexual, and class biases will be revealed as strategies of power that employ appearance in their seduction. By this method, Brunner suggests a view of reflexive performance that seeks not to legitimate, but to critique, displace, and liberate these illusions of identity. Between the Masks promotes critical teaching that can bring together the literary, the historic, the theoretical, and the sociological. Brunner suggests the combined study of cultural studies and education as a theoretical and pedagogical site which embraces curriculum theory, teacher preparation, and policy. This book marks a move toward intertextual, interdisciplinary study which will help educators modulate the complicated conversations and contexts of todayOs schools.