By Ross J. Gittell, Kathe Newman
Activist student: chosen Works of Marilyn Gittell gains seminal writings via Marilyn Gittell, a preface through Sara Miller McCune (Founder and government Chairman, SAGE Publications), a common creation by way of Ross Gittell and Kathe Newman, and half introductions via Ross Gittell, Kathe Newman, Maurice Berube, and Nancy Naples. The half introductions spotlight the foremost parts of analysis Marilyn Gittell championed and supply insightful context for the articles that stick to. as well as exploring Marilyn Gittell's groundbreaking examine, this ebook serves as a bridge to present and destiny community-based city learn that advances citizen participation and empowerment.
Marilyn Gittell was a popular pupil and social activist. A graduate of Brooklyn collage (BA) and manhattan collage (PhD), she held her first school appointment at Queens university (1960–1973) ahead of serving as affiliate Provost (1973–1978) at Brooklyn university. She then joined the school of the town college of recent York's Graduate middle (1978–2010) as Professor of Political technology. She helped release and used to be the founding editor of Urban Affairs Quarterly, the prime educational magazine within the box of city research.
Activist Scholar highlights Professor Gittell's writings on neighborhood enterprises, citizen participation, city politics, the politics of schooling, and gender. She really expert in utilized and comparative study on neighborhood, local, nationwide, and foreign rules and politics, and positioned a excessive precedence on education researchers and students. Marilyn Gittell used to be a mentor to thousands of scholars within the urban collage of recent York approach, and her legacy of activism maintains as her scholars, now at the colleges of universities around the state, have interaction in vital paintings globally.
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Alternative perspectives on action research. Theory into Practice, 29(3), 144–151. McLarin, K. (1993, December 5). New Jersey welfare’s give and take: Mothers get college aid, but no extra cash for newborns. New York Times. html Ture, K. (Stokely Carmichael), & Hamilton, C. V. (1992). Black power: The politics of liberation. New York, NY: Vintage. Prologue and Epilogue From Confrontation at Ocean Hill– Brownsville 1 Marilyn Gittell and Maurice R. Berube Prologue: The Struggle for Community Control Few events in the history of American education have been as portentous as the strikes that closed New York City schools in the fall of 1968.
The dispute underlying those strikes was no parochial issue. The battle for control of city schools, waged between school professionals and the black community of Ocean Hill–Brownsville, had political, educational, and social implications for the whole nation. The outcome would affect not only public education in the nation’s cities but also the political and social fabric of a democratic society, for on trial were some of our most cherished concepts: politically, the public’s right to determine the policy and course of education; educationally, the moral imperative to provide quality education for all in publicly supported schools; and socially, the egalitarian ideal of a just, interracial society.
The findings of this author’s 1967 study of power distribution in urban school systems emphasized that, in the previous two decades, education in New York City had become amazingly insulated from 4 Mayor‘s Advisory Panel on Decentralization of the New York City Schools, Reconnecting for Learning: A Community School System for New York City (New York, 1969) pp. 106–7. See attached tables. The failure of the New York City schools has been amply documented, see, for example, David Rogers, 110 Livingston Street (New York; Random House, 1969); Mayors Advisory Panel on Decentralization of the New York City Schools, op.
Activist Scholar: Selected Works of Marilyn Gittell by Ross J. Gittell, Kathe Newman