My Review of “Childhood” by David Jenks

Childhood was written by David Jenks. This is my review for The Freechild Project.   In Childhood Jenks stabs at the heart of sociology’s obsession with mythology, this time in the form of childhood. By providing a concise, if inaccessible, analysis of why and how sociologists, psychologists, and educators conceive of children, Jenks encourages a criticalContinue reading “My Review of “Childhood” by David Jenks”

My Review of “Pedagogy of Hope”

Pedagogy of Hope was written by Paulo Freire. The book is essential for Freirians; first-time readers of his work want to go to the original, and then onward. Eventually, come back to this book and you’ll appreciate its depth a lot. Freire examined his own career consistently, revisiting his beliefs as often as some people change socks.Continue reading “My Review of “Pedagogy of Hope””