Profiles

Cameron R McCarthy

Professor of African American Studies
Professor of LAS Global Studies
Center for Global Studies

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Publications

Books

  • New Times: Making Sense of Critical/Cultural Theory in a Digital Age. 2011.

Book Contributions

  • "The Unmaking of Education in the Age of Globalization." Cognitive Capitalism, Education and Digital Labor. New York: Peter Lang, 2011.

  • "To interpose a Little Ease: Making Sense of Sort and Intellectual Labor in C.L.R. James’ Beyond A Boundary and His Other Works." Cultural Studies, Education and Youth. New York: Lexington Books, 2011.

  • "Reconstructing Race and Education in the Class Conquest of the City and the University in the Era of Neoliberalism and Globalization." New Times: Making Sense of Critical Cultural Theory in A Digital Age. 2011.

  • "Re-ordering the organization of knowledge in schooling and the university in a time of globalization and neoliberalism." Power in the academy. Staffordshire: Trentham Books, 2009.

  • "Movement and stasis in the neoliberal orientation to schooling." The Routledge international handbook of critical education. Oxford: Routledge, 2009.

Journal Articles

  • "Recontrucció de la raça i l’enducació en la conquista de clase de la ciutat i la universitat, en una época de neoliberalisme i globalització." Convencia Intercultural i Educació Antiracista (2012):

  • "Unmasking Class and Tradition: Questioning Recuperative History and Affiliation in Cultural Studies." Media History and the Foundations of Media Studies (2012):

  • "You’ve got to find what you love—A Review of Melissa Gregg’s Work’s Intimacy." the Canadian Journal of Communications (2012):

  • "Caribbean Journal of Teacher Education and Pedagogy." The Role Of History and The Invention of Tradition: Eric William's Capitalism and Slavery and the Founding of Postcolonial Theory 1.1 (2011):

  • "Race, diversity, and curriculum in the era of globalization." Curriculum Inquiry 39.1 (2009):

  • "Reading against the grain: Examining the status of the categories of class and tradition in the scholarship of British cultural studies in light of contemporary popular culture and literature." Policy Futures in Education 7.2 (2009):

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