Table of contents for Democratic dialogue in education : troubling speech, disturbing silence / edited by Megan Boler.

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Editor's Preface
Introduction, Nicholas Burbules
I. The Challenge of Creating Spaces for Social Justice Dialogue
All Speech Is Not Free: The Ethics of "Affirmative Action Pedagogy"
	Megan Boler
Moral and Political Clarity, Education as a Practice of Freedom
	Ronald David Glass
The Tolerance That Dare Not Speak Its Name
Cris Mayo 
II. Complicating Speech and Silence
No Speech Is Free: Affirmative Action and the Politics of Give and Take
Suzanne de Castell
Talking Cure: The Desire for Dialogue
Alison Jones
Rethinking Silencing Silences
Huey Li Li
III. Moral and Philosophical Dimensions of Dialogue
Ameliorating Violence in Dialogues Across Differences: The Role of Eros and Lógos
Jim Garrison
Democratic Dialogue: Who Takes Responsibility?
Barbara Houston
IV. Dialogue in Practice: Risks and Benefits
Confrontation and Pedagogy: Cultural Secrets, Trauma, and Emotion in Antioppressive Pedagogies
Ann C. Berlak
Fighting Fire With Fire: Jane Elliott's Antiracist Pedagogy
Ingrid M. Erickson
List of Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Critical pedagogy, Postmodernism and education