Humility Within Critical Pedagogy

  • Suzanne Soohoo
Part of the Leaders in Educational Studies book series (LES)


My Chinese grandmother had bound feet. As a young child, I placed her feet in a washbasin filled with warm water each night and massaged her broken arches and crumpled toes. This binding represented physical bondage and disfigurement by men hoping to control their women.


School Board School Reform Staff Meeting Head Louse Critical Pedagogy 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Suzanne Soohoo
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  1. 1.Chapman UniversitySouthern California

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