Edited by Lindy L. Johnson and Christian Z. Goering, Recontextualized demonstrates how English teachers can incorporate music into their classrooms as they teach reading and writing. The book offers evidence-based, theoretically sound practices for the use of music during lessons and presents a framework for discussing the role of popular culture in the classroom.
Co-written by experienced teachers from across the United States, Recontextualized consists of 10 chapters covering a variety of topics. Chapter titles include “Critical Analysis of Hip-Hop Music as Texts,” “A Punk Pedagogical Approach to Genre,” and “From Lenin to Lennon: Using Music to Revive the Classics.”
Recontextualized was published in 2016 by Sense Publishers in the Netherlands.