Shared Differences: Multicultural Media and Practical Pedagogy. Edited by Diane Carson and Lester D. Friedman. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1995. xxi + 322 pages, preface, notes on contributors, index, bibliography, various appendices. $49.95 hard, $17.95 paper.
Author: Chibeau, Edmond
Source: Asian Cinema, Volume 7, Number 2, November 1995 , pp. 138-142(5)
Abstract:"The heterogeneity of the multicultural classroom has an existential, political, and intellectual variety that challenges teachers and students to redefine and recast the meanings of solidarity and individual freedom. "(201) Serafina Bathrick and Louise Spence use that sentence to identify some of the problems and possibilities that are brought forth in their classroom, and I would suggest are shared by the several writers in Shared Differences: Multicultural Media and Practical Pedagogy, edited by Diane Carson and Lester D. Friedman.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Northwestern University
Publication date: November 1, 1995
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