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  1. Shaireen Rasheed (2013). A Cosmopolitan Ethics of Difference: A Commentary. Educational Philosophy and Theory:1-3.
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  2. Shaireen Rasheed (2008). Introduction Interdisciplinary Approaches to Educational Reform Within a Foucaultian Framework. Educational Studies 44 (1):3-6.
    (2008). Introduction Interdisciplinary Approaches to Educational Reform Within a Foucaultian Framework. Educational Studies: Vol. 44, SPECIAL ISSUE: INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO EDUCATIONAL REFORM WITHIN A FOUCAULTIAN FRAMEWORK, pp. 3-6.
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  3. Shaireen Rasheed (2007). Sexualized Spaces in Public Places: Irigaray, Levinas, and an Ethics of the Erotic. Educational Theory 57 (3):339-350.
    Discourse pertaining to the erotic is absent in our current educational culture. In this essay Shaireen Rasheed elucidates how Luce Irigaray, through her discussion of the erotic, has challenged the conception of language and otherness that underpins modern education. In undertaking a comparative analysis of Irigaray’s work on the erotic and Emmanuel Levinas’s account of Eros, Rasheed emphasizes that the implications of Irigaray’s critique suggest not only a reevaluation of Levinas’s “Phenomenology of Eros,” but a revaluation of the role of (...)
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  4. Shaireen Rasheed (2006). An Existentialist Curriculum of Action: Creating a Language of Freedom and Possibility. University Press of America.
    This dissertation elucidates Maxine Greene's existentialist concept of freedom as it relates to discourse embedded within a curriculum of action. The project attempts to explain how it is that Greene, by elaborating on Jean-Paul Sartre's existentialist concept of freedom, creates a curriculum of empowerment for students in which learning becomes the basis for challenging the social practices that produce both symbolic and real violence, rendering certain students voiceless and thus powerless. ;I first attempt to show how Greene contextualizes freedom within (...)
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  5. Shaireen Rasheed (2000). Power, Pedagogy, and Social Reality. Social Philosophy Today 16:203-214.
    Living Dangerously: Multiculturalism and the Politics of Difference, Henry Giroux critically examines the emphasis on “clarity” in educational discourse, the best known advocate for which is Michael Apple. Giroux points out that a new generation of social critics, particularly in feminist theory, literary studies, post-colonial analysis, and Afro-American cultural criticism, has broken with traditional conventions that call for writing in a clear, unambiguous discourse. In contrast to Apple’s interpretation of “clarity” in language, the present paper will emphasize Giroux’s claim that (...)
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