10 episodes

Greetings and welcome to the Nothing Never Happens podcast. I’m Tina Pippin, your host, on a journey into educational or pedagogical theory and questions of democracy, freedom, and liberatory teaching. I am creating an episodic podcast series on critical pedagogy which investigates issues around power and authority in the classroom, democratic practices, popular education models, radical and anarchist educational theories and general dreaming of a better world with our students and community partners.

Nothing Never Happens Tina Pippin

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    • 4.9, 12 Ratings

Greetings and welcome to the Nothing Never Happens podcast. I’m Tina Pippin, your host, on a journey into educational or pedagogical theory and questions of democracy, freedom, and liberatory teaching. I am creating an episodic podcast series on critical pedagogy which investigates issues around power and authority in the classroom, democratic practices, popular education models, radical and anarchist educational theories and general dreaming of a better world with our students and community partners.

    Righteous Indignation for Change: Part Two of a Conversation with Shirley Steinberg

    Righteous Indignation for Change: Part Two of a Conversation with Shirley Steinberg

    In Part Two we continue “to read the word in the world” with Shirley Steinberg. Steinberg talks further about the Freirean foundations of her education theory...

    • 33 min
    Teaching as Bricolage: Part One of a Conversation with Shirley Steinberg

    Teaching as Bricolage: Part One of a Conversation with Shirley Steinberg

    For our May podcast we are pleased to talk with another icon in critical pedagogy, Prof. Shirley Steinberg. She is the Werklund Research Professor of Critical...

    • 37 min
    A Third University Is Always Happening: Part Two of a Conversation with K. Wayne Yang

    A Third University Is Always Happening: Part Two of a Conversation with K. Wayne Yang

    The University of California San Diego is on Kumeyaay land. The chancellor’s house is on an indigenous burial ground. How do universities move beyond guilt and...

    • 33 min
    Decolonizing Universities: Part One of a Conversation with K. Wayne Yang

    Decolonizing Universities: Part One of a Conversation with K. Wayne Yang

    Wayne Yang is a scholar and organizer whose work transforms lines between these domains, and—we think we can say with confidence—spurs his many readers to engage...

    • 34 min
    Educating for Democracy: Part Two of a Conversation with Scott Myers-Lipton

    Educating for Democracy: Part Two of a Conversation with Scott Myers-Lipton

    “Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will.” — Frederick Douglass In Part Two Scott describes ways of integrating the community...

    • 29 min
    Teaching Social Action: Part One of a Conversation with Scott Myers-Lipton

    Teaching Social Action: Part One of a Conversation with Scott Myers-Lipton

    From campaigns to raise the minimum wage in San Jose, to Gulf Coast Civic Works Project in post-Katrina New Orleans, to affordable housing for students in...

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Womantic.grace ,

Amazing Content

This has become one of my favorite podcasts. Great content.

ahnnctt ,

Excellent content, excellent facilitation

The content of Nothing Never Happens is great. This podcast feels like it’s filling a need for media on radical pedagogy. However, the host is a terrible interviewer. The way the conversations are facilitated is painfully awkward and sometimes hard to listen to.

Sahlore ,

Cutting edge pedagogy

Brings together research and practice in a way that is both useful and compelling.

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