Interview Series: Critical Pedagogy & Identity in the Political Science Classroom

What is critical pedagogy? How do political science educators address identity, race, class and sexuality in the classroom? How and what materials do we bring to the political science classroom to encourage students to make connections and see themselves in the world? And how does our own identity as political science educators influence our decision to teach at certain types of institutions?

To answer these questions, Dr. Julia Jordan-Zachery (University of North Carolina, Charlotte/incoming Wake Forest University), chair of APSA’s Teaching & Learning Policy committee, conducted three short interviews with political science faculty from different backgrounds and institutional settings. You can watch each interview recording free of charge by selecting from the icons below.

Interview 1

Interview 2

Interview 3

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