Postdigital Dialogues on Critical Pedagogy, Liberation Theology and Information Technology presents a series of dialogues between Peter McLaren, a founding figure of critical pedagogy, and Petar Jandric. The authors begin by exploring the tradition of dialogic writing within critical pedagogy and discuss what it means to engage in dialogue in the age of digital reason. They go on to debate digital technology, its wide social impacts, and relationships to critical pedagogy working towards a new revolutionary consciousness that seeks to use information and communication technology in the service of humanity. In the concluding chapters McLaren and Jandric explore liberation theology and the works of Karl Marx and Paulo Freire, situating contemporary liberation theology in the age of digital reason.
Throughout the dialogues we see how McLaren's thinking on critical pedagogy and liberation theology have developed since the publication of Pedagogy of Insurrection. The book includes a preface by Antonia Darder, a foreword by Peter Hudis and an afterword by Michael Adrian Peters.