Making Space: Merging Theory and Practice in Adult Education

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Foreword by Phyllis M. Cunninghamxi
Acknowledgments xv
I.Deconstructing Exclusion and Inclusion in Adult Education1
1. Opening the Gates: Reflections on Power, Hegemony, Language, and the Status Quo 3
Peggy A. Sissel and Vanessa Sheared
2. Incorporating Postmodernist Perspectives into Adult Education 15
David F. Hemphill
3. Challenging Adult Learning: A Feminist Perspective 29
Daniele D. Flannery and Elisabeth Hayes
4. Talking about Whiteness: “Adult Learning Principles” and the Invisible Norm 42
Sue Shore
5. An Invisible Presence, Silenced Voices: African Americans in the Adult Education Professoriate 57
Sherwood E. Smith and Scipio A. J. Colin III
II.History Revisited and Claimed71
6. The African-American Market Woman: Her Past, Our Future 73
Cheryl A. Smith

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