Articles on race, power and urban schools
Posted by on July 9, 2004
Dear SL colleagues,
ANTHROPOLOGY & EDUCATION QUARTERLY, Vol. 35, No. 1 (March 2004) Theme Issue: Race, Power, and the Ethnography of Urban Schools
Introduction: Brown Plus 50 and Beyond: Anthropology and the Ongoing Challenge of the “Great Divide” – Teresa L. McCarty
Seduced by Images: Identity and Schooling in the Lives of Puerto Rican Girls – Rosalie Rolon-Dow
Race-Bending: “Mixed” Youth Practicing Strategic Racialization in California – Mica Pollock
The Gendered and Racialized Pathways of Latina and Latino Youth: Different Struggles, Different Resistances in the Urban Context – Julio Cammarota
Teachers’ Expectations and Sense of Responsibility for Student Learning: The Importance of Race, Class, and Organizational Habitus – John B. Diamond, Antonia Randolph, and James P. Spillane
The Power of Black and Latina/o Counterstories: Urban Families and College-going Processes – Michelle G. Knight, Nadjwa E.L. Norton, Courtney C. Bentley, and Iris R. Dixon
What Should We Teach about the Concept of Race? – Leonard Lieberman and Rodney C. Kirk
“Signithia, You Can Do Better than That”: John Ogbu (and Me) and the Nine Lives People – Signithia Fordham With Commentaries by Stacey J. Lee, Yolanda Moses, Luis C. Moll, and Christine E. Sleeter
The volume is available for $10.00 from the American Anthropological Association Book Orders Dept., 703/528-1902, X-3031; http://www.aaanet.org.
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