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Joe Kincheloe papers 2009.019.r.f
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  • Scope and Contents note
  • Arrangement note
  • Conditions Governing Access note
  • Conditions Governing Use note
  • Biographical/Historical note
  • Immediate Source of Acquisition note
  • Preferred Citation note
  • Related Archival Materials note

  • Title: Joe Kincheloe papers
    Identifier/Call Number: 2009.019.r.f
    Contributing Institution: Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives, Leatherby Libraries
    Language of Material: English
    Physical Description: 17.8 Linear feet (15 cartons)
    Date (inclusive): 1966-2008
    Abstract: This collection contains the academic papers of pedagogy theorist Joe Lyons Kincheloe, (December 14, 1950 – December 19, 2008).
    Location note: Leatherby Libraries
    creator: Kincheloe, Joe L., (Joe Lyons)

    Scope and Contents note

    In processing.

    Arrangement note

    This collection is arranged by series and material type.
    SERIES 1 Papers
    SERIES 2 Correspondence, business
    SERIES 3 Manuscripts
    SERIES 4 Notebooks
    SERIES 5 Publications
    SERIES 6 Files, education

    Conditions Governing Access note

    This collection is open for research.

    Conditions Governing Use note

    There are no restrictions on the use of this material except where previously copyrighted material is concerned. It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain all permissions.

    Biographical/Historical note

    Joe Lyons Kincheloe, (December 14, 1950 – December 19, 2008), was a professor and Canada Research Chair at the Faculty of Education, McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He wrote more than 45 books, numerous book-chapters, and hundreds of journal articles on issues including critical pedagogy, educational research, urban studies, cognition, curriculum, and cultural studies. Kincheloe received three graduate degrees from the University of Tennessee. The father of four children, he worked closely for the last 19 years of his life with his partner, Shirley R. Steinberg.
    Joe Kincheloe's first academic position was on the Rosebud Indian Reservation as the department chair of education at Sinte Gleska College (1980–1982). He was tenured at LSU-Shreveport (1982–1989), Clemson University (1989–1992), Florida International University (1992–1994), Pennsylvania State University (1994–1998), and was the Belle Zeller Chair of Public Policy and Administration from 1998-2000 at Brooklyn College. Kincheloe co-authored the Urban Education Ph.D. program at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York, and served as Deputy Executive Program Officer there from 2000-2005. He moved to McGill University in January 2006, and received a Canada Research Chair in October 2006.
    Central to Kincheloe's work in all of these areas is the construction of a rigorous form of multidimensional scholarship that draws upon critical theory, critical pedagogy, feminist theory, complexity theory, indigenous knowledges, post/anti-colonialism, and other global discourses to help end dominant power-constructed human suffering. In his work over the last few years Kincheloe has focused much attention on the politics of knowledge and epistemology and the diverse ways they operate to shape human consciousness and socio-political and educational activities. He was dedicated to creating a critical pedagogy that helps individuals reshape their lives, become better scholars and social activists, realize their cognitive potential, re-create democratic spaces in a electronically mediated global world, and build and become members of communities of solidarity that work to create better modes of education and a more peaceful, equitable, and ecologically sustainable world.
    Kincheloe's work is viewed not simply as a key public intellectual of our era but a mentor and role model for young scholars. He and Shirley R. Steinberg have helped scholars/activists from around the world develop and publish over 500 books. In this spirit Kincheloe offers a compelling vision of reconceptualized academic institutions grounded on both a hardnosed understanding of power and scholarship and a commitment to new conceptions of social justice and pedagogy. In recent years Kincheloe has come to be known internationally as the conscience of critical pedagogy.
    Information found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_L._Kincheloe

    Immediate Source of Acquisition note

    Gift of Shirley Steinberg.

    Preferred Citation note

    [identify item], Joe Kinchloe papers (2009.019.r.f)], Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives, Chapman University, CA.

    Related Archival Materials note

    This collection is part of the Paulo Freire Critical Pedagogy Archive.

    Subjects and Indexing Terms

    Steinberg, Shirley Ruth, 1952-
    Critical pedagogy.