The aesthetics of white racism in pre‐service teacher education: a critical race theory perspective

  title={The aesthetics of white racism in pre‐service teacher education: a critical race theory perspective},
  author={Venus Evans-Winters and Pamela Twyman Hoff},
  journal={Race Ethnicity and Education},
  pages={461 - 479}
The authors use critical race theory (CRT) and critical race feminism (CRF) as a lens for analyzing and grappling with White students’ resistance to learning about and deconstructing systems of oppression. The authors build on the work of critical scholars whose work exposes the ways in which White pre‐service teachers resist counter‐hegemonic pedagogical approaches and subject matter. In the so‐called ‘post‐racial’ era, these ways of resisting have become more virulent and structural in nature… 
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