Liberation Psychology Bibliography

Liberation Psychology Bibliography

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Afuape, T. (2011). Power, resistance and liberation in therapy with survivors of trauma. London: Routledge.

Aitken, R. (1998, Summer). “Buddhadasa and the BASE community ideal.” Turning Wheel, 28–30.

Aitken, R. (2001, Fall). “Restorative justice: Polynesian style.” Turning Wheel, 13–15.

Alcoff, L.M. & Mendieta, E. (eds). (2000). Thinking from the underside of history: Enrique Dussel’s philosophy of liberation. New York: Rowman and Littlefield.

Alschuler, L. (1997). “Jung and politics.” In P. Young-Eisendrath & T. Dawson (eds), The Cambridge companion to Jung. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Alschuler, L. (2006). The psychopolitics of liberation: Political consciousness from a Jungian perspective. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Altman, N. (1995). The analyst in the inner city: Race, class, and culture through a psychoanalytic lens. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.

Amandla! A revolution in four part harmony (2003). Simpson, S. (Producer), Hirsch, L. & Markgraaff, D. (Directors). USA: Artisan Entertainment.

Anzaldúa, G. (1987/1999). Borderlands/la frontera: The new mestiza. Second Edition. San Francisco: Aunt Lute Press.

Anzaldúa, G. (ed.) (1990). Making face/making soul: Creative and critical perspectives by women of color. San Francisco: Aunt Lute Press.

Anzaldúa, G. (2002). Now let us shift…the path of conocimiento…inner work, public acts. In G.

Anzaldúa, A. Keating (eds.), This bridge we call home: Radical visions for transformation. New York: Routledge.

Anzaldúa, G. & Keating, A. (eds). (2002). This bridge we call home: Radical visions for transformation. New York: Routledge.

Appadurai, A. (2006). The right to research. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 4(2), 167–177. doi:10.1080/14767720600750696

Asad, T. (1973). Anthropology and the colonial encounter. New York: Humanities Press.

Assefa, H. (n.d.). “The meaning of reconciliation”. European Platform for Conflict Prevention and Transformation. Retrieved March 11, 2007 from pbp/part1/2_reconc.htm.

Avelar, I. (1999). The untimely present: Postdictatorial Latin American fiction and the task of mourning. Durham: Duke University Press.

Ayala, J. (2008). Split Scenes, Converging Visions: The Ethical Terrains Where PAR and Borderlands Scholarship Meet. The Urban Review, 41(1), 66–84. doi:10.1007/s11256-008-0095-9

Baldwin, C. (1998). Calling the Circle: The First and Future Culture (Rep Sub.). Bantam.

Baldwin, J. (1961) Nobody knows my name. New York: Dell.

Bar On, B. (1993). “Marginality and epistemic privilege.” In L. Alcoff & E. Potter (eds), Feminist epistemologies. New York: Routledge.

Baxter, V. (2005). “Civil society promotion of truth, justice, and reconciliation.” Peace & Change, 30(1), 120-136.

Becker, C., Chasin, L., Chasin, R., Herzig, M., & Roth, S. (1995). “From stuck debate to new conversation on controversial issues: A report from the public conversations project.” Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 7, 1–2, 143–63.

Behar, R. (1996). The vulnerable observer: Anthropology that breaks your heart. Boston: Beacon Press.

Belenky, M. (1996). “Public homeplaces: Nurturing the development of people, families, and communities.” In N. Goldberger, J. Tarule, & B. Clinchy (eds), Knowledge, difference, and power: Essays inspired by Women’s Ways of Knowing (pp. 393–430). New York: Basic Books.

Belenky. M. (1998). Lectures on participatory research. Depth Psychology Doctoral Program, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Carpinteria, CA.

Belenky, M., Bond, L.A., & Weinstock, J.S. (1997). A tradition that has no name: Nurturing the development of people, families, and communities. New York: Basic Books.

Belenky, M., Clinchy, B., Goldberger, N., & Tarule, J. (1986). Women’s ways of knowing: The development of self, voice, and mind. New York: Basic Books.

Bell, D. M. (2016). A raison d’être for making a reggae opera as a pedagogical tool for psychic emancipation in (post)colonial Jamaica. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 20(3), 278–291.

Berry, W. (1990). What are people for? San Francisco: North Point Press.

Berryman, P. (1987). Liberation theology: Essential facts about the revolutionary movement in Latin America and beyond. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Bertram, C. C. (2008). Narrating neighborhood: Denying young women’s public voices about violence. The Urban Review, 40(5), 454–471.

Bhabha, H. (1990). Nation and narration. New York: Routledge.

Bhabha, H. (1994). The location of culture. New York: Routledge.

Blanco, A. (1998).  (Ed.)  Ignacio Martín-Baró: Psicología de la liberación. Madrid: Trotta.
Blanco, A., & de la Corte Ibañez, L. (2003). (Eds.) Ignacio Martín Baró: Poder, ideología y violencia. Madrid: Trotta.

Boal, A. (1985). Theater of the oppressed. New York: Theater Communications Group.

Boal, A. (1995). The rainbow of desire: The Boal method of theater and therapy. London: Routledge.

Boal, A. (1998). Legislative theater. London: Routledge.

Bob-Manuel, I. (2000). “A cultural approach to conflict transformation: An African traditional experience.” Paper for course at European Peace University, Stadtschlaining, Austria.

Boggs, G.L. (1998). Living for change. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Bohm, D. (1996). On dialogue. London: Routledge.

Boser, S. (2006). Ethics and power in community-campus partnerships for research. Action Research, 4(1), 9–21.

Boulding, E. (1983). “The social imagination and the crisis of human futures: A North American perspective.” Forum for correspondence and contact, 13(2), 43–56.

Boser, S. (2006). Ethics and power in community-campus partnerships for research. Action Research, 4(1), 9–21.

Brabeck, K. (2001). Testimonio: Bridging feminist ethics with activist research to create new spaces of collectivity. Bridging the Gap: Feminism and Participatory Action Research Conference Papers, Boston College, June 22-24. Htpp://

Brabeck, K. (2003). Testimonio: A strategy for collective resistance, cultural survival and building solidarity. Feminism and psychology, 13(2): 252-258.

Bradshaw, G. & Watkins, M. (2006). “Transpecies psychology: Theory and praxis.” Spring 75, Psyche and Nature, Part I, A Journal of Archetype and Culture, 69–94.

Braidotti, R. (1994). Nomadic subjects: Embodiment and sexual difference in contemporary feminist theory. New York: Columbia University Press.

Braidotti, R. (2002). “Difference, diversity and nomadic subjectivity.” htpp://

Brodsky, A. E. (2009). Multiple Psychological Senses of Community in Afghan Context: Exploring Commitment and Sacrifice in an Underground Resistance Community. American Journal of Community Psychology, 44(3-4), 176–87. doi:

Brown, L. M. (1997). Performing femininities: Listening to white working class girls in rural Maine. Journal of social issues, 53 (4), 683-702.

Brown, L.M., Debold, E., Tappan, M., & Gilligan, C. (1991). “Reading narratives of conflict and choice for self and moral voice: A relational method.” In W. Kurtines & J. Gewirtz (eds), Handbook of moral behavior and development: Theory, research, and application. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Brown, T. & Bye-Brown, F. (2001, June). “Restorative justice: An overview.” Friends Bulletin, pp. 8–9.

Brown, L. & Gilligan, C. (1992). Meeting at the crossroads. New York: Ballantine Books.

Brown University’s Debt to Slavery. (2006, October 23). New York Times, p. 10.

Burton, M. (2011). A second Psychology of Liberation? Valuing and moving beyond the Latin American. The Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy 2013, Volume 13 Number 2, pp. 96-106 A second LP JCPCP 13.2 just article

Burton, M. (2013a). Liberation Psychology:  a constructive critical praxis. Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas), 30(2), 249–259.

Burton, M. (2013b). The analectic turn: critical psychology and the new political context. Les Cahiers de Psychologie Polítique, (July, 23), online

Burton, M., Kagan, CM, & Duckett, P. (2013). Making the psychological political – challenges for community psychology . Presented at the 2nd. International Conference of Community Psychology 2008, Lisbon. Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice.4,. 50–63.

Burton, M (2011) Commentary: Psychology in Cuba. International Journal of Cuban Studies, 3, (4) 361-365.

Burton, M., & Gómez, L. (2015). Liberation Psychology. In I. Parker (Ed.), Handbook of Critical Psychology. London: Routledge.

Burton, M and Flores Osorio, J.M. (in press, 2011) Introducing Dussel: : the Philosophy of Liberation and a really social psychology.  Psychology in Society, (41), 20-39.

Burton, M and Kagan, C (2009) Towards a really social psychology: Liberation Psychology beyond Latin America. In Montero, M and Sonn, C Eds The Psychology of Liberation. Theory and Applications, Springer.

Burton, M and Kagan, C  (2007) Psychologists and torture: more than a question of interrogation.   The Psychologist. 20, (8), 484-487.

Burton, M and Kagan, C. (2006) Decoding Valuing People. Disability and Society 21, (4), 299-313.

Burton, M and Kagan, C  (2005) Decoding Valuing People: Social policy for people who are learning disabled.  pp  59-65 in UK Health Watch Editorial Group (Eds) UK Health Watch 2005: The experience of health in an unequal society.  ISBN 18740387667  http:/// (shorter version of the article that appeared above).

Burton, M and Kagan, C  Liberation Psychology:  Learning from Latin America. (2005) Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology  (2005) 15, (1), 63-78  prepublication draft.

Burton M  (2004) Viva Nacho!  Liberating Psychology in Latin America.  The Psychologist, 17, (10), 584-587, October 2004  pdf published version

Burton, M.  (2004)  Liberation social psychology:  learning from the Latin American Experience Clinical Psychology (UK: previously and subsequently Clinical Psychology Forum), issue 38, June 2004, pp. 32-37.

Burton, M  (2004)  Radical Psychology Networks: a Review and Guide  Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology14, (2) , 119 -130.

Burton, M. and Kagan, C. (1998)  Complementarism versus incommensurability in psychological research methodology  in M. Cheung-Chung (ed)  Current Trends in History and Philosophy of Psychology   Leicester:  British Psychological Society prepublication draft

Burton, M. and Kagan, C.   (1996)  Rethinking Empowerment: Shared action against powerlessness  in  I. Parker and R. Spears (eds.) Psychology and Society: Radical Theory and Practice  Pluto Press, London  ISBN  0-7453-0879-1 prepublication draft

Bushe, G. R. (1995, Fall). “Advances in appreciative inquiry as an organization development intervention.” Organization Development Journal, 13, 14–22.

Cabrera, R. (1998a). “Dealing with the past: Reconciliation processes and peace building.” Belfast, Northern Ireland. Retrieved June 6, 2006.

Cabrera, R. (1998b). Should we remember? Retrieved June 6, 2004.

Caruth, C. (ed.) (1995). Trauma: Explorations in memory. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Castillejo-Cuéllar, A. (2007, Winter). “Knowledge, experience, and South Africa’s scenarios of forgiveness.” Radical History Review, 97, 11–42.

Castillo, A. (1995) Massacre of the dreamers: Essays on xicanisma. New York: Penguin Books.

Césaire, A. (1972/2000). A Discourse on colonialism. New York: Monthly Review Press.

Chambers, I. (1994). “Leaky habits and broken grammar.” In G. Robertson, M. Mash, L. Chasin, R.,

Herzig, M., Roth, S., Chasin, L., Becker, C., & Stains, R. (1996). “From diatribe to dialogue on divisive public issues: Approaches drawn from family therapy.” Mediation Quarterly, 13, 4, 323–44.

Collard, J. (2006). Spiral Women: Locating Lesbian Activism in New Zealand Feminist Art, 1975-1992. Journal of the History of Sexuality, 15(2), 292–320,352.

Cone, J.H. (1972). The spirituals and the blues: An interpretation. New York: The Seabury Press.

Cone, J. (1990).A Black theology of liberation. Turlock, CA: Orbis Press

Cushman, P. (1995). Constructing the self, constructing America: A cultural history of psychotherapy. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

Dagron, A.G. (2001). Making waves: Stories of participatory communication for social change. New York: Rockefeller Foundation. Retrieved April 5, 2007 from

Damon, B. (1996). “The keepers of the waters.” In B. Brown (ed.) Expanding circles: Women, art, and community. New York: Midmarch Press.

Danto, E. (2005). Freud’s free clinics: Psychoanalysis and social justice, 1918–1938. New York: Columbia University Press.

Daughters of the Dust (1992). Geechee Girls Productions. Dash, J. (Director). USA: Kino International.

David, E. (2008). Cultural Trauma, Memory, and Gendered Collective Action: The Case of Women of the Storm Following Hurricane Katrina. NWSA Journal, 20(3), 138–162.

DeLeon, J. (2002). Our word is our weapon: Selected writings of Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos. New York: Seven Stories Press.

De Jong, C. J. (2008). [Re]Focusing Global Gallery’s Educational Programs: A Guide to Transforming Vision to Action for Fair Trade Organizations. OhioLINK / Ohio State University.

Delormier, T., Lvesque, L., Horn-Miller, K., McComber, A., Macaulay, A. C., & Cargo, M. (2008). Can the democratic ideal of participatory research be achieved? An inside look at an academic-indigenous community partnership. Health Education Research, 23(5), 904–914.

Denzin, N. K., & Giardina, M. D. (2007). Ethical Futures in Qualitative Research: Decolonizing the Politics of Knowledge. Left Coast Press.

Denzin, N. K., & Giardina, M. D. (2010). Qualitative Inquiry and Human Rights. Left Coast Press.
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Derrida, J. (2001). On cosmopolitanism and forgiveness (M. Dooley & M. Hughes, trans.). New York: Routledge.

Dolci, D. (1987). “Education, Creativity, and Development.” In V. Andrews, R. Bosnak, & K. Goodwin (eds), Facing apocalypse. Dallas: Spring Publications.

Dorfman, A. (1978). “The invisible Chile: Three years of cultural resistance.” Praxis, 4, 191–7.

Du Bois, W.E.B. (1903/1989). The soul of Black folks. New York: Penguin.

Dussel, E. (2003). Philosophy of liberation. Eugene: Wipf & Stock Publishers.

Dussel, E. D. (2013). Ethics of liberation in the age of globalization and exclusion. Durham, NC, USA: Duke University Press.

Dykstra, W. (2014). Conscientization and the ontology of personhood in Latin American liberation psychology. History and Philosophy of Psychology, 15(1), 1–11.

Ellis, M.H. (1987). Toward a Jewish theology of liberation. New York: Maryknoll.

Enriquez, V. (1992). From colonial to liberation psychology: The Philippine experience.  Quezon City, Philippines: University of the Philippines Press. / Manila: De La Salle University Press.

Erikson, K. (1994). A new species of trouble: The human experience of modern disasters. New York: W.W. Norton.

Erikson, K. (1996). Everything in its path: Destruction of community in the Buffalo Creek flood. New York: Simon and Schuster.

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Esteva, G. (4/8/2006b). “The society of the different.” In Motion Magazine. Retrieved 12/15/06,

Esteva, G. & Prakash, S. (1998). Grassroots postmodernism: Remaking the soil of cultures. London: Zed Books.

Evans, S. & Boyte, H. (1986). Free spaces: The sources of democratic change in America. New York: Harper and Row.

Fals-Borda (1988). Knowledge and people’s power: Lessons with peasants in Nicaragua, Mexico, and Colombia. New Delhi, India: Social Institute.

Fanon, F. (1963) The wretched of the earth. New York: Grove Press.

Fanon, F. (1965). A dying colonialism (H. Chevalier, trans.). New York: Grove Press.

Fanon, F. (1967a). Black skin, white masks (C.L. Markmann, trans.). New York: Grove Press.

Fanon, F. (1967b). Toward the African revolution. New York: Grove Press.

Felman, S. (1992). “The return of the voice: Claude Lanzmann’s Shoah.” In Felman, S. and Laub, D. (eds) (1992). Testimony: Crises of witnessing in literature, psychoanalysis, and history. New York: Routledge.

Felman, S. & Laub, D. (eds) (1992). Testimony: Crises of witnessing in literature, psychoanalysis, and history. New York: Routledge.

Ferreira, M. L., & Devine, D. (2011). Theater of the Oppressed as a Rhizome: Acting for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Today. Latin American Perspectives, 39(2), 11–26. doi:10.1177/0094582X11427888

Fine, Michelle, Kidder, L., & Marecek, J. (1997). Working between worlds: Qualitative methods and social psychology. Journal of Social Issues, 53(4), 631–644.

Fine, M., & Torre, M. (2006). Intimate details: Participatory action research in prison. Action Research, 4(3), 253–269. doi:10.1177/1476750306066801

Flores, J. M. (2009). Praxis and Liberation in the Context of Latin American Theory. In M. Montero & C. Sonn (Eds.), Psychology of Liberation: Theory and Applications. New York: Springer.

Foucault, M. (2003). “For an ethics of discomfort.” In Essential works, 1954–1984: Power. J. Faubian (ed.) (R. Hurley, trans.). London: Penguin.

Fox, M., & Fine, M. (forthcoming). Circulating Critical Research: Reflections on Performance and Moving Inquiry into Action. Critical Qualitative Research Reader. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Fox, R. & Prilleltensky, I. (2002). “Wading through quicksand: Between the philosophically desirable and the psychologically feasible.” International Journal of Critical Psychology, 6, 159–67.

Freire, P. (1970/1989). Pedagogy of the oppressed. New York: Seabury.

Freire, P. & Faundez, A. (1989). Learning to question: A pedagogy of liberation. New York: Continuum.

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Goizueta, R.S. (1988). Liberation, method, and dialogue: Enrique Dussel and North American theological discourse. Atlanta: Scholars Press.

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Harthcock, M. (2005). “Caring as a subversive activity: A study in liberation pedagogy.” Doctoral dissertation, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Carpinteria, CA.

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Hollander, N.C. (1997). Love in a time of hate: Liberation psychology in Latin America. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.

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Kagan, C., Burton, M., Duckett, P., Lawthom, R. and   Siddiquee, A (2011) Critical Community Psychology.   ISBN 978-1-4051-8884-5  Wiley-Blackwell

Kagan, C., Siddiquee, A, Burton, M., . (2008) Action Research in C. Willig and W. Stainton-Rogers (eds) Handbook of Qualitative Methods in Psychology. Sage.

Kagan, C. and   Burton, M   (2004)  Marginalization.  Chapter 13 in Isaac Prilleltensky and Geoff Nelson, (Eds.) Community Psychology:  In pursuit of wellness and liberation.  Published 2004 by Macmillan/Palgrave, London.  prepublication draft Second Edition, 2010.

Kagan, C., Evans, R., Knowles, K., Sixsmith, J., Burns, D., Burton, M., Crespo, I. and Lalueza, J.L. (2004) Working with people who are marginalized by the social system: challenges for community psychological work. In A Sánchez Vidal, A Zambrano Constanzo and M Palacín Lois (Eds.) Psicología Comunitaria Europea: Comunidad, Poder Ética y Valores / European Community Psychology: Community, Power, Ethics and Values. Barcelona: Publicacions Universitat de Barcelona. Pp. 400-412. (Papers from the European Community Psychology Congress, Barcelona, November, 2002).  

Kagan, C. and Burton, M. (2000) Prefigurative Action Research:  An alternative basis for critical psychology?  Annual Review of Critical Psychology  2. prepublication draft

Kalisa, C. (2006). Theatre and the Rwandan Genocide. Peace Review, 18(4), 515–521. doi:10.1080/10402650601030476

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Kapoor, D., & Jordan, S. (2009). Education, Participatory Action Research, and Social Change: International Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan.

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Discussion (3)

  1. Greg says:

    Folded a lot of my thesis bibliography in this document, including a lot about Theatre of the Oppressed and Critical Participatory Action Research.

  2. I’ve added a few of mine and colleagues’ stuff. There are still quite a few gaps so please do add – see note at the top. and let’s try and get more links to open access versions on here too!!

  3. This is incredible! I am relatively new to the study of liberation psych and critical consciousness, so thank you for sharing all of these sources.

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