International Journal of Education & the Arts

Volume 14 Special Issue 2

September 6, 2013

Special Issue on the Arts, Education, and Social Justice

Mary Stone Hanley, Guest Editor
Hanley Arts and Education Associates, USA

George W. Noblit, Guest Editor
University of North Carolina, USA

Gilda L. Sheppard, Guest Editor
Evergreen State College, USA

Tom Barone, Guest Editor
Arizona State University, USA

Citation: Hanley, M. S., Noblit, G. W., Sheppard, G. L., & Barone, T. (Eds.). (2013). Special issue on the arts, education and social justice. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 14(SI 2). Retrieved [date] from

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Special Issue Contents

Introduction to the Special Issue
- Mary Stone Hanley, George W. Noblit, Gilda L. Sheppard, and Tom Barone

Teaching "Art as Social Justice:" Developing Prefigurative Pedagogies in the (Liberal) Art Studio
- Dylan A. T. Miner

Creating Art Environments that Address Social Justice Issues
- Gail Tremblay

Native Resistance through Art: A Contestation of History through Dialogue, Representation, and Action
- Jeanette Haynes Writer

Pens and Ploughshares: The Historical Use of Art by African-Descended Women to Create Social Justice in the US Neo-Slavery Era
- Jenice L. View

Raising the Point!: An Artistic Approach in Supporing a Community's Call to Action
- Jason Mendez

The Power of Art to Develop Artists and Activists
- Sandra Spickard Prettyman and Elisa Gargarella

Dandelion Seeds: Poetry as Performance and Research for Social Justice in Education
- Mary Stone Hanley

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