Adam J. Greteman
Adam J. Greteman is an associate professor of Art Education at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His work addresses the ethical and political challenges and possibilities that emerge as genders and sexualities are centralized in pedagogical and philosophical thought. He is the co-founder with Karen Morris and Nic Weststrate of the LGBTQ+ Intergenerational Dialogue Project. His work has been published in various journals including Educational Theory, Journal of Philosophy and Education, Educational Philosophy and Theory, Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, Studies in Art Education, and QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking. He is the author of Sexualities and Genders in Education: Toward Queer Thriving (2018) and the coauthor of The Pedagogies and Politics of Liking (2017).
Books by Adam J. Greteman:
On Liking the Other: Queer Subjects and Religious Discourses studies the intersection of religious and queer discourses in teacher education. It looks at the sometimes difficult topics rooted in these two particular discourses, which are often seen as unwelcome in both public and private educational spaces. In engaging in such a conversation, the authors seek to think about the ways that these discourses, while steeped in discontent, dilemma, and difficulty, might also offer ways to reorient ourselves amidst twenty-first century educational realities. More to the point, the text puts queer histories and logics into conversations with theologies through the concept of liking. Eschewing the typical antagonism that often defines the relationships between religious and queer discourses, this book seeks to look for resonances and overlaps that might provide new habits for conducting the work of meeting in teacher education classrooms and educational worlds. On Liking the Other is an excellent text for a variety of classrooms and courses.
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