Response to James C. Jupp: Giving in to the Other's Call: Polyphony, Identity, and Death

December 2010
Journal of Curriculum & Pedagogy;Winter2010, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p87
Academic Journal
The article discusses the response to the essay "What Is Theorizing White Teachers' Life Histories," by James Jupp. It mentions the script-form essay with voices characterizing the Research Community, Feminist Researchers and Ludic Critic underscoring to theorists their being formed, deformed or limited by language as the Other's words. It also notes the internal polyphony, the critical social theory of feminism and female theoretical contributions.


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