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Master of Arts in English Composition
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This project explores the possibilities of implementing a critical and liberatory pedagogy within the confines of the prison. Building upon the fields of critical prison theory, literacy studies, and (dis)ability studies, I assert that implementing small, organic, and tactical changes though the principles of Universal Design for Learning allows the prison educator to make impactful moves with liberatory goals. I conclude by reimagining what a prison education mission statement that takes this perspective looks like then imagine the liberatory applications of the principles of universal design for learning within the prison.
Lunasco, Jeremy, "The Right to Be Human: Universal Design for Learning and Literacy Sponsorship as Liberatory Pedagogy" (2018). Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations. 774.