Am I Patriotic? Learning and Teaching the Complexities of Patriotism Here and Now
This issue of the Bank Street Occasional Paper Series seeks to grapple with the complexity of patriotism, particularly in relation to its workings in the lives of teachers and students in schools. Like it or not, schools teach (about) patriotism implicitly if not explicitly. Therefore, much consideration needs to go into what schools should teach about and how they should enact patriotism.
“That's quite a tune”: An Interview with Bruce Springsteen
Mark T. Kissling
Loving America With Open Eyes: A Student-Driven Study of U.S. Rights in the Age of Trump
Margaret N. Becker 9828901
Fostering Democratic Patriotism through Critical Pedagogy
This is About Us: Drama Workshop as Patriotic Education
Samuel J. Tanner
Patriotism, Race, and the Militarization of Citizenship
Mark T. Kissling is an assistant professor of education at Penn State University, where he teaches, collaborates, researches, and writes about ecological citizenship, patriotism, and place-based (teacher) education, among other things..