"From 'I will' to 'I can:' The political and pedagogical playfulness of Tyson E. Lewis" In T.E. Lewis, Educational potentialities: Collected Talks on Revolutionary Education, Aesthetics, and Organization
Having the chance to introduce the thinking (and talking) of Tyson E. Lewis to a new audience of revolutionary activists and organizers is exciting and intimidating. It’s exciting because this collection of talks, which cover much of his ex- tensive research interests and span more than a decade, is filled with raw materials out of which communists can produce politically timely and incisive educational practices, theories, and experiments. It’s intimidating for the same reasons. Instead of writing an introduction, then, I’m going to write three. (beginning paragraph)
Ford, D. (2023). From “I will” to “I can:” The political and pedagogical playfulness of Tyson E. Lewis. In T.E. Lewis, Educational potentialities: Collected talks on revolutionary education, aesthetics, and organization (pp. i-xii). Madison: Iskra Books.