"My goal in this article is to build on Priya Kandaswamy’s discussion of students’ response to difference in Radical Teacher #80 by unfolding the pitfalls of teaching and responding to “non-Western” literature in the United States as embodied in my own experience teaching non-Western literature to a group of racially and ethnically diverse, mainly working-class students at a large urban comprehensive public university."
Barnard, Ian. "The Difficulties of Teaching Non-Western Literature in the United States." Radical Teacher 87 (Spring 2010): 44-54. Print.
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This article was originally published in Radical Teacher, volume 87, in 2010.