New special issue of Radical Teacher on teaching human rights – open access

Radical Teacher, Vol 103 (2015)
Radical Teaching About Human Rights: Part One

Table of Contents

  • Introduction: Radical Teaching about Human Rights; Michael Bennett, Susan O’Malley
  • The Global Movement for Human Rights Education; Nancy Flowers
  • Teaching the Transformative Agenda of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; Gillian MacNaughton, Diane Frey
  • Teaching Progress: A Critique of the Grand Narrative of Human Rights as Pedagogy for Marginalized Students; Robyn Linde, Mikaila Mariel Lemonik Arthur
  • Teaching Human Rights from Below: Towards Solidarity, Resistance and Social Justice; Melissa Canlas, Amy Argenal, Monisha Bajaj
  • Teaching the History of Human Rights and “Humanitarian” Interventions; Mary Nolan
  • Reading the “Outsider Within”: Counter-Narratives of Human Rights in Black Women’s Fiction; Shane McCoy


  • Bringing Human Rights Education to US Classrooms: Exemplary Models from Elementary Grades to University by Susan Roberta Katz and Andrea McEvoy Spero (Eds.); Michael Bennett
  • A Critical Inquiry Framework for K-12 Teachers: Lessons and Resources from the U.N. Rights of the Child Edited by JoBeth Allen and Lois Alexander
    Valerie Kinloch

Teaching Notes

  • Teaching the Declaration of Human Rights; Janet Zandy

News for Educational Workers

  • News for Educational Workers; Leonard Vogt

Contributors’ Notes

  • Contributors’ Notes


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