Volume 6, Issue 1, January 2013

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Volume 6, Issue 1, January 2013

Editors: Dr. Paul R. Carr, Lakehead University & Dr. Brad Porfilio, Lewis University

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Introduction: The Architecture of War: Framing an Anti-hegemonic Peace Education

Paul R. Carr & Brad J. Porfilio

Pg. 3-1421st

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Century “Children’s Crusade”: A Curriculum of Peace Driven by Critical Literacy
P.L. Thomas

Pg. 15-30

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Cell Phones, T-shirts and Coffee: Codification of Commodities in Circle of Praxis Pedagogy

Mike Klein

Pg. 31-45

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Militainment and War: How Long Must We Sing This Song?

William Reynolds

Pg. 46-61

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Perpetual War(s), Impossible Peace: Neoliberal Narratives in Action in the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps

Shannon K. McManimon, Brian D. Lozenski & Zachary A. Casey

Pg. 62-78

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Developing Peacemakers in the Classroom: An Alternative Discourse in a Culture of War and Violence

Patricia Mestas Vigil, Tom Cavanagh, and Estrellita Garcia

Pg. 79-91

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BOOK REVIEWS

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Peace education: How we come to love and hate war. 2012. By Nel Noddings. New York: Cambridge University Press

Reviewed by Danielle Ligocki

Pg. 92-94

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Social justice, peace, and environmental education: Transformative standards. 2009. Edited by Julie Andrzejewski, Marta P. Baltodano, and Linda Symcox. New York, NY: Routledge.

Jacquelyn Benchik-Osborne

Pg. 95-100

 

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