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Submissions from 2015

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Giving Power Its Due: The Powerful Possibilities and the Problems of Power with Deliberative Democracy and English Language Learners, Jarrod S. Hanson

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White Face, Black Friend: A Fanonian application to theorize racial fetish in teacher education, Cheryl E. Matias

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Dirty Dancing with Race and Class: Microaggressions toward First-Generation and Low Income College Students of Color, Geneva L. Sarcedo, Cheryl E. Matias, Roberto Montoya, and Naomi Nishi

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In the Guise of STEM Education Reform Opportunity Structures and Outcomes in Inclusive STEM-Focused High Schools, Lois Weis, Margaret Eisenhart, Kristin Cipollone, Amy E. Stich, Andrea B. Nikischer, Jarrod Hanson, Sarah Ohle Leibrandt, Carrie D. Allen, and Rachel Dominguez

Submissions from 2014

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Before and after the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Mexican American education on the margins, Ruben Donato and Jarrod S. Hanson

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Perceiving Learning Anew: Social Interaction, Dignity, and Educational Rights, Manuel Luis Espinoza and Shirin Vossoughi

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And our feelings, just don’t feel it anymore”: Re- Feeling Whiteness, Resistance, and Emotionality, Cheryl E. Matias

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“Tending to the Heart of Communities of Color: Towards Critical Race Teacher Activism”, Cheryl E. Matias

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“What is Critical Whiteness doing in OUR Nice Field like Critical Race Theory?”, Cheryl E. Matias, Kara Mitchell Viesca, Dorothy Garrison-Wade, Madhavi Tandon, and Rene Galindo

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“When saying you care is not really caring”: Whiteness and the Role of Disgust, Cheryl E. Matias and M. Zembylas

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“Push it real good!”: The challenge of challenging dominant discourses regarding race in teacher education, Kara Mitchell, Cheryl E. Matias, Dorothy Garrison-Wade, Rene Galindo, and Madhavi Tandon

Submissions from 2013

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Misplaced Concerns and Religious Release Time, Jarrod Hanson

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Betwixt and Between the Colonial and the Postcolonial, Cheryl E. Matias

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Check Yo’Self Before You Wreck Yo’Self and Our Kids: Culturally Responsive White Teachers?, Cheryl E. Matias

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On the "Flip" Side: A Teacher Educator of Color Unveiling the Dangerous Minds of White Teacher Candidates, Cheryl E. Matias

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On the Flip Side: A Teacher Educator of Color Unveiling the Dangerous Minds of White Teacher Candidates, Cheryl E. Matias

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“Tears Worth Telling: Urban Teaching and the Possibilities of Racial Justice”, Cheryl E. Matias

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Tears Worth Telling: Urban Teaching and the Possibilities of Racial Justice, Cheryl E. Matias

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“Loving Whiteness to Death: Sadomasochism, Emotionality, and the Possibility of Humanizing Love”, Cheryl E. Matias and Ricky Lee Allen

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Beyond the Face of Race: Emo-Cognitive Explorations of White Neurosis and Racial Cray-Cray, Cheryl E. Matias and Robin DiAngelo

Submissions from 2012

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Legally White, Socially “Mexican”: The Politics of De Jure and De Facto School Segregation in the American Southwest, Ruben Donato and Jarrod Hanson

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Beginning With Me: Accounting For A Researcher Of Color’s Counterstories In Socially Just Qualitative Design, Cheryl E. Matias

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Who you callin’ White? A Critical Counterstory of Colouring White Identity”, Cheryl E. Matias

Submissions from 2011

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The Potential for Deliberative Democratic Civic Education, Jarrod S. Hanson and Kenneth R. Howe

Submissions from 2010

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Broadening Education for Freedom, Jarrod Hanson

Submissions from 2009

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A Case Study of the Production of Educational Sanctuary in One Migrant Classroom, Manuel Luis Espinoza

Submissions from 2007

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Students' Experience of School Curriculum: The Everyday Circumstances of Granting and Withholding Assent to Learn, Frederick Erickson, Rishi Bagrodia, Alison Gook-Sather, Manuel Luis Espinoza, Susan Jurow, Jeffrey J. Shultz, and Joi Spencer

Submissions from 2005

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An Eye on Pinoy: Getting Connected, Cheryl E. Matias-Padua

Submissions from 2003

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Toward a Decolonizing Pedagogy: Social Justice Reconsidered, Carlos Tejeda and Manuel Luis Espinoza