Published this month is the Routledge Handbook of Critical Psychology at the silly price of £140 (or USDollars 225). It is edited by Ian Parker.
It includes a chapter by me (Mark Burton – Manchester, UK) and Luis Gómez (Costa Rica): Liberation Psychology: Another Kind Of Critical Psychology. In it we firmly locate liberation psychology within the long term de-colonial movement. Other chapters from colleagues involved in aspects of liberationist psychology include:
Indigenous Psychologies and Critical-Emancipatory Psychology Narcisa Paredes-Canilao, Ma. Ana Babaran-Diaz, Ma. Nancy B. Florendo and Tala Salinas-Ramos with S. Lily Mendoza
Postcolonial Theory: Towards A Worlding of Critical Psychology Desmond Painter
From Critical Disability Studies To Critical Global Disability Studies Shaun Grech
Political Psychology and the American Continent: From Colonization and Domination to Liberation and Emancipation Raquel S. L. Guzzo
Critical Psychology in the Arab World: Insights from Critical Community Psychology in the Palestinian Colonial Context Ibrahim Makkawi
I haven’t read the chapters other than our own, and there is a lot of what I’d call academic critical psychology and a lot on discourse, deconstruction and psychoanalysis (for all of which I’ve little enthusiasm). But it is something you might ask your library to order, and here’s a form to do so.
I’m also happy to supply a re-publication draft of our chapter if you write to me via the contact page.