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Andrew Gitlin

Voice, in subtle, and not so subtle ways, has played an important role in many progressive educational methodologies (i.e., those methodologies that in one way or another attempt to correct long standing, cultural hierarchies and inequalities). When looked at from the point of view of addressing cultural hierarchies and inequalities more generally, voice, as a signature for a type of progressive methodology, seems to have fallen short of its ambitions. While it would be presumptuous to put forth a solution to this shortcoming, this chapter tries to suggest the need to experiment with several alternative methodologies that go beyond voice by working the borderlands between subjective science and experimental art and thereby creating spaces of difference, and insisting that forms of activism (e.g., creating) work side by side with voicing perspectives and being heard.