Invitations to difference: Refusing white pedagogies of racial inclusions

@article{Ramjewan2020InvitationsTD,
  title={Invitations to difference: Refusing white pedagogies of racial inclusions},
  author={Neil T. Ramjewan and Lucy El-Sherif},
  journal={Curriculum Inquiry},
  year={2020},
  volume={50},
  pages={1 - 6}
}
What does it mean to invite difference? The Canadian “mosaic” or the American “melting pot” are both nationalistic ways of welcoming racial differences into white supremacist racial hierarchies, and schooling and education make much ado about difference and diversity. Such professed beliefs about inviting difference imply an openness and a welcoming to pedagogical relationships that Sara Ahmed (2010) might describe as “being moved” by racialized Others. The articles in this issue unpack the… Expand

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