Please join us Thursday, April 05, (12pEDT; 9aPDT) for a discussion with three graduate students on their work, navigating the AERA Annual Meeting, and our host city’s history and sociopolitical context. You can also follow and contribute to the conversation on Twitter using #divgchat.
Please see publications by our participating scholars below.
Tashal Brown | Michigan State University
Carter Andrews, D., Brown, T., Castillo, B., Meadows-Jackson, D., & Vellanki, V. (In Revision). Theorizing and enacting a humanizing pedagogy for teacher education. Teachers College Record.
Brown, T. (2017). Teachers’ voices are regularly absent from conversations about their professional growth (White Paper). Grand Challenges 100Kin10. Retrieved from https://grandchallenges.100kin10.org/assets/downloads/teachers-voices-are-regularly-absent-from-conversations-about-their-professional-growth/GrandChallengesWhitePapers_Brown.pdf
Hui-Ling Malone | New York University
Malone, Hui-Ling (2017). #BlackLivesMatter, Schooling, and The Miseducation of White People. Retrieved April 4, 2018, from https://steinhardt.nyu.edu/site/metroblog/2017/09/18/blacklivesmatter-schooling-and-the-miseducation-of-white-people/
Kirkland, D. E., & Malone, H.-L. (2017). A Project That Humanizes: The Role of Hip Hop in Education. Black History Bulletin, 80(1), 6–9. Retrieved from http://r06hz3u8gz3tbxnb43tqsd10.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/BHB_Vol80_No1_Article2_Kirkland_Malone.pdf
Malone, H & Malone, M. (2015). “Housing Segregation and the Prison Industrial Complex: Looking at the Roots of Today’s School-to- Prison Pipeline” in L Drakeford (Ed.) The Race Controversy in American Education, Vol 1. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger
Terrance Range | Michigan State University
- scholarship forthcoming