Πέμπτη, 26 Νοεμβρίου 2009

International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education

International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education

Vol.22, n°6, novembre 2009

* Total thanks to Bronwyn Davies for her long-term service to QSE, Jim cheurich; Carolyn Clark; Elsa Gonzalez; Carolyn Sandoval
* Introduction, Mark Giles; Robin Hughes; Fred Bonner
* Disrupting apartheid of knowledge: testimonio as methodology in Latina/o critical race research in education, Lindsay Pérez Huber
* Critical Race Theory as ordinary theology of African American principals,Noelle Witherspoon; Roland W. Mitchell
* Race-ing through the school day: African American educators' experiences with race and racism in schools, Michelle Jay
* CRiT walking race, place, and space in the academy, Mark S. Giles; Robin L. Hughes
* Niggers no more: a critical race counternarrative on Black male student achievement at predominantly White colleges and universities, Shaun R. Harper
* ‘Teaching while Black’: narratives of African American student affairs faculty, Lori D. Patton; Christopher Catching
* You showed your Whiteness: you don't get a ‘good’ White people's medal Cleveland Hayes; Brenda G. Juárez
* Women of color in a bilingual/dialectal dilemma: critical race feminism against a curriculum of oppression in teacher education, Theodorea Regina Berry
* Commonsense understandings of equality and social change: a critical race theory analysis of liberalism at Spruce Middle School, Angelina Elizabeth Castagno

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