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African-American Cultural Knowledge and Liberatory Education
African-American scholars, although marginalized, can still disseminate liberatory education by using cultural knowledge as a form of discourse. It is argued that African-Americans, other people ofExpand
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Textiles: The Whole Story: Uses, Meanings, Significance
This vibrantly illustrated book is an original look at the myriad roles played by textiles in all aspects of human life, from ancient weavings to light-sensitive and other futuristic fabrics of ourExpand
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Woman's Domestic Body: The Conceptual Conflation of Women and Interiors in the Industrial Age
IN HER 1879 guide entitled The Complete Home, Julia McNair Wright told the story of a sickly, disabled girl named Margaret. As a form of therapy, the wise Aunt Sophronia had given her tasks relatedExpand
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Towards a Theory of Knowledge Acquisition for Black Children
The purpose of this paper is twofold. Initially, the paper describes the impact of educational research and theory on the policies and practices implemented in elementary schools, and the potentiallyExpand
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The Hand of the Maker:The Importance of Understanding Textiles from the "Inside Out"
This is a position paper of sorts, arguing that the experience of making a textile is an important component of understanding it, and we should be encouraging textile researchers to include hands-onExpand
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