Special Series on Fascism: The role of media and education in the creation of an authoritarian, fascist state, with Professor Henry Giroux. Professor Henry Giroux holds the Global Television Network Chair of English and Cultural Studies at McMaster University in Ontario Canada. He was previously the Waterbury Chair Professor at Penn State University and Director of the Forum in Education and Cultural Studies.
Professor Giroux is a leader in the field known as critical and public pedagogy – a term to describe the nature of spectacle in our new media, body politic and corporate education. He is a prominent advocate of radical democracy, which opposes the powers of neoliberalism, corporatism, and religious fundamentalism that is now diminishing our population’s sense of civic virtue, free-thought and well being. He has been named among the top fifty educational thinkers of the modern Period.
Henry has authored many books, his most recent being “Disposable Youth, Radicalized Memories and the Culture of Cruelty” and “Twilight of the Social: Resurgent Publics in the Age of Disposability”. His website is HenryAGiroux.com