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"It's Okay to Laugh, Right?": Toward a Pedagogy of Racial Comedy in Multicultural Education.

@article{Fulmer2015ItsOT,
  title={"It's Okay to Laugh, Right?": Toward a Pedagogy of Racial Comedy in Multicultural Education.},
  author={Ellie Fitts Fulmer and Nia Nunn Makepeace},
  journal={Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education},
  year={2015},
  volume={12},
  pages={38-53}
}
While humor has long been documented as a useful teaching tool, it is almost entirely untheorized in terms of its potential for multicultural education. Specifically, the learning opportunities that racial comedic media offer in multicultural and anti-racist coursework is a particularly under-studied area, while research in this vein has great potential to positively affect pedagogies both within and beyond courses on critical multicultural education. In this article, two instructors, together… Expand
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