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DEALIENATED LEARNING IN SCHOOLS: PRODUCING AN ANTHROPOLOGY FOR EDUCATION
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Reviewed By: Council on Anthropology and Education
Thursday, December 4, 2014: 4:30 PM-6:15 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Maria Kromidas (William Paterson University of New Jersey)
Chairs:  Frederick D Erickson (University of California Los Angeles)
Discussants:  Raymond P McDermott (Stanford University) and Jean Lave (University of California Berkeley)
4:30 PM
Exceptional Classroom Moments with Incarcerated Students
Jed B Tucker (Bard College and Bard Prison Initiative, Bard College)
5:00 PM
Waldorf (Steiner) Education: Cultivating Human Beings?
Elisa J Sobo (San Diego State University)
5:15 PM
Free Time All the Time!  Rethinking Schooling through Dealienation
Maria Kromidas (William Paterson University of New Jersey)
5:30 PM
Literacy, Photography, and a Permeable Curriculum: De/Alienating Learning and Teaching
Kimberly A Powell (Pennsylvania State University) and Hilario Junior Lomeli (Penn State)
5:45 PM
Discussant
Jean Lave (University of California Berkeley)
6:00 PM
Discussant
Raymond P McDermott (Stanford University)