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Table of Contents for
Youth, Education, and Marginality: Local and Global Expressions, edited by Kate Tilleczek and H. Bruce Ferguson

Acknowledgements

Introduction: Living Intersections of Marginality | Kate Tilleczek and Bruce Ferguson

Youth Art: Marginalized Youth | Kira Duff

Opening Words: Youth Poetry and Prose

Bloodline | Tammy Lou

A Changing World | Selina Jacqueline Peters

Because I Am a Survivor | Sabnam Mahmuda

Examining Our Environments | Farrah Chanda Aslam

Chapter 1: Humanities-Infused Praxis by, with, and for Youth: Esoteric Hope | Kate Tilleczek and Karima Kinlock

Youth Art: Finding Hope | Tamir Holder

Chapter 2: Young People Speaking Back from the Margins | John Smyth

Youth Art: Grey Matters | Zera Koutchieva

Chapter 3: The Unique Status of Marginalization: The Birth of Youth-Empowering Parents | Agazi Afewerki and Mohammed Shafique

Youth Art: Hunger Collage | Sarah Laurin

Chapter 4: Marginal Spaces, Disparate Places: Educational and Youth Practices in a Globalizing World | Jean Mitchell

Youth Art: On the Coast | Elliott Tilleczek

Chapter 5: A Time for Dreams: The Right to Education for First Nations Children and Youth Living On-Reserve | Jennifer King, Chelsea Edwards, and Cindy Blackstock

Youth Art: The Blue Bliss | Angel Ho

Chapter 6: Marginalization Inside Education: Racialized, Immigrant, and Aboriginal Youth | Joanna Anneke Rummens and George J. Sefa Dei

Youth Art: Barbed Wire | Elliott Tilleczek

Chapter 7: Marginalized Youth in Education: Social and Cultural Dimensions of Exclusion in Canada and the United Kingdom | Andy Furlong

Youth Art: Tears and Fears | Anwesha Sen

Chapter 8: On Being Poor in School | Kate Tilleczek

Chapter 9: Still Sleeping in the “Gay Tent”? Queer Youth in Canadian Schools | Tom Hilton

Youth Art: Two Young Men | Elliott Tilleczek

Chapter 10: Narrative Understandings of Lives in (and out) of Schools | Vera Caine, Sean Lessard, Pam Steeves, and D. Jean Clandinin

Youth Art: The Blue Brain Kid | Bria Dobson

Chapter 11: Does Special Education Marginalize Young People? The Need for Evidence-Informed Practices | Peter Chaban

Youth Art: Pieces of Me | Andrea Bunnie

Chapter 12: Using Visual Arts to Enhance Mental Health Literacy in Schools | Katherine M. Boydell

Conclusion: Moving Forward: With, For, and By Youth | Kate Tilleczek and Bruce Ferguson

Closing Words: Youth Poetry and Prose

Marginalized | Mallory Goss

At Risk | Lishai Pell

Forgetting the Meaning of... | Maryam Sharif-Razi

I Am from... | Alicia Fry

Index