Web Resources

Critical Theory and Pedagogy

Contemporary Philosophy, Critical Theory and Postmodern Thought

A comprehensive and interesting collection of links related to dozens of contemporary philosophers who have contributed to the evolution of critical theory, critical pedagogy, and postmodern theory.

Critical Pedagogy on the Web

This site has a dual focus, providing both a general overview of critical pedagogy--its definitions, history, key concepts, and major theorists--and links to other critical pedagogy resources on the web.

Henry Giroux - Official Site

The official website of Dr. Henry Giroux, contemporary expert and critical theorist. Dr. Giroux currently works at McMaster University, Ontario, where he holds the Global Television Network Chair in English and Cultural Studies.

Illuminations: The Critical Theory Website

Firmly based in Frankfurt School thought, this site maintains a collection of articles, excerpts, and chapters from many contemporary writers of and about Critical Theory. Additional submissions from graduate students and others are also available, as are links to other websites and related sources.

Rage and Hope: Critical Theory and its impact on Education

Critical educators experience rage caused by the unjust circumstances that surround the educational experiences of the dispossessed (the poor, minorities, and other marginalized people). While being fully cognizant of the immense struggles to be faced to achieve the goal of social equity, they are committed to the notion that education can be a transformative process.

The International Journal of Critical Pedagogy

This brand new journal, founded by Joe L. Kincheloe, from McGill University, Ontario, Canada promises to provide thoughtful and usable articles and papers related to Critical Pedagogy in the 21st century, using a global perspective.

The Paulo and Nita Friere International Project for Critical Pedagogy

The Freire Project (situated at McGill University) is dedicated to building an international critical community which works to promote social justice in a variety of cultural contexts. We are committed to conducting and sharing critical research in social, political, and educational locations.

Toward a Non-Repressive Critical Pedagogy

Counter-education opens possibilities for refusing to abandon human potential to become other than directed by the system and the realm of self-evidence. It enables a chance - which is to be struggled for again and again - to challenge normalizing education in all its version, including Critical Pedagogy.