Abstract

I explore the social movement learning operating within one site of critical public pedagogy and, specifically, examine how the anti-consumption activist group Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping fosters participatory cultural production, enacts a poetic community politics, and encourages transitional spaces of learning through a pedagogy-of-the-unknown.

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Living and Learning in the Shadow of the Shopocalypse: Reverend Billy’s Anti-consumption Pedagogy-of-the-Unknown as Critical Adult Education

I explore the social movement learning operating within one site of critical public pedagogy and, specifically, examine how the anti-consumption activist group Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping fosters participatory cultural production, enacts a poetic community politics, and encourages transitional spaces of learning through a pedagogy-of-the-unknown.