Politics after hope : Barack Obama and the crisis of youth, race, and democracy / Henry A. Giroux.
|Series:||Radical imagination series.
Table of Contents:
- Introduction : Barack Obama and the "fierce urgency of now"
- 1. War talk, the death of the social, and disappearing children : a lesson for Obama
- 2. Hard lessons : neoliberalism, education, and the politics of disposability
- 3. Commodifying kids : the forgotten crisis
- 4. Disney, casino capitalism, and the stealing of childhood innocence
- 5. Ten years after Columbine : the deepening tragedy of youth
- 6. Child beauty pageants : a scene from the "other America"
- 7. Youth and the myth of a postracial society under Barack Obama
- 8. Diposable youth in a suspect society : a challenge for the Obama administration
- 9. Locked out and locked up : youth missing in action from Obama's stimulus plan
- 10. Judge Sonia Sotomayor and the new racism : getting beyond the politics of denial
- 11. Children of the recession : remembering Manchild in the promised land.
- 12. Beyond bailouts : education after neoliberalism (coauthored with Susan Searls Giroux)
- 13. Educating Obama : a task for critical pedagogy
- 14. Beyond the audacity of hope : the promise of an educated citizenry
- 15. The Iranian uprisings and the challenge of the new media : rethinking the politics of representation
- 16. Obama's tortured democracy : the power of images and the politics of state secrecy
- 17. Obama and the promise of education
- 18. Obama's embrace of the corporate model of education (coauthored with Kenneth Saltman)
- 19. Against the militarized academy
- 20. Higher education in search of democracy?
- 21. Obama's postpartisan politics and the crisis of American education
- 22. Educating the rest of us : making democracy matter