The Neoliberal University, Critical Pedagogy and Popular Education - Part 2

In this second in a series of two interviews, following on from her critique of the ‘neoliberal university’, Dr Joyce Canaan outlines some of the political and pedagogical strategies she has developed within her work as a academic activist.

Moreover, as a founding member of the Critical Pedagogy and Popular Education Network based at CSAP, Joyce discusses some of the various activities she has supported and participated in; most notably, the links she has developed with Venezuelan popular educators. Last, in reflecting on her own teaching practices, Joyce ends by offering a series of suggestions as to how university academics can inculcate the principles and methods associated with critical pedagogy and popular education into their own teaching practices.