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Title: Talking global criticality
Authors: Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty
Arista, Noelani
Apter, Emily
Tapia-Mealla, Luis
Biswas, Moinak
Parekh, Surya
Spillers, Hortense
Keywords: Humanities -- Educational aspects
Globalization -- Social aspects
Malo, Davida, 1795-1853. Moolelo Hawaii -- Criticism and interpretation
Ethnology -- Hawaii
Critical theory
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Education
Citation: Spivak, G. C., Arista, N., Apter, E., Tapia-Mealla, L., Biswas, M., Parekh, S., & Spillers, H. (2021). Talking global criticality. Postcolonial Directions in Education, 10(1), 1-22.
Abstract: This paper presents excerpts from the 2021 session of a roundtable at the Modern Language Association, repeated for the last four years and connecting each year to the Presidential theme because of interest expressed by the upper administration of the MLA. In 2021, the roundtable focused on Davida Malo’s Moʻolelo Hawaiʻi, the first text in written Hawaiian and on the Presidential theme of persistence. The introductory remarks frame the paper in terms of the persistent need for a humanities pedagogy which might teach the gendered realization that every generation needs to have the human affects of greed, fear, and violence undone.
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