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Collective memory work, a methodology for learning with and from lived experience, edited by Corey W. Johnson

Table Of Contents
The history and methodological tradition(s) of collective memory work / Corey W. Johnson, Dana B. Kivel and Luc S. Cousineau -- How does media consumption contribute to understandings of manhood according to race and sexual identity? / Rudy Dunlap and Corey W. Johnson -- How do adults remember their parents' reaction to gender non-conformity? / Rebecca Eaker, Anneliese Singh and Corey W. Johnson -- How can memories of enacted masculinity create more effective elementary school teachers? / Chris Hansen and Corey W. Johnson -- What are the experiences of white faculty at historically black colleges and universities? / Needham Yancey Gulley, Anthony F. Patterson and Corey W. Johnson -- How do we sustain activism? : LGBTQ and Black people share their positive and negative experiences / Jemelleh Coes, Needham Yancey Gulley and Corey W. Johnson -- Using collective memory work to create safer schools for queer and trans students : a story of love, liberation, and transformation / Anneliese A. Singh and Corey W. Johnson -- Why shouldn't I do collective memory work? : potential challenges and pitfalls / Nikki Laird and Corey W. Johnson -- Are you next? : common elements of collective memory work / Corey W. Johnson and Harrison Oakes
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non fiction
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1 online resource (167 pages)
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