Winds of Consciousness: An Analysis of Revolutionary Narratives and Praxis
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Center for Teaching and Learning
This paper explores revolutionary pedagogy. It is an ethnographical inquiry on revolutionary praxis. Specifically the aims are to scrutinize the people’s contacts with power to the emerging states of liminality. The interests of the study focus on the contexts wherein individuals commence to make decision to engage in political structural transformation. Narratives, diaries, biographies, interviews, and documentary videos/films are reviewed. Two political mobilizations are studied, one is the Cuban Revol ution in the 1950’s and the other the Neo-Zapatistas in 1994.
Lea, YiShan. “Winds of Consciousness: An Analysis of Revolutionary Narratives and Praxis.” Theory in Action, vol. 7, no. 2, 2014, pp. 16–41. https://doi.org/10.3798/tia.1937-0237.14009.
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