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Darian M. Parker Sep 12, 2016
Sartre and No Child Left Behind
An Existential Psychoanalytic Anthropology of Urban Schooling
Lexington Books 2015
Darian M. Parker
joins the New Books Network to discuss his recently published book, Sartre and No Child Left Behind: An Existential Psychoanalytic Anthropology of Urban Schooling
(Lexington Books, 2015). Through an ethnographic lens, Parker provides an anthropological glimpse into a New York City public school that is considered to be failing. Despite being rooted in a strong theoretical framework, the book should be accessible to anyone interested in education or policy making because of the familiar narrative laid out in a relatable manner.
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