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New Issue of TRSE Now Online

  • 1.  New Issue of TRSE Now Online

    Posted 05-19-2021 10:56:00 AM

    Dear Colleagues,


    I am writing to share with you the latest issue of Theory & Research in Social Education, which has been published online and includes the following articles and reviews: 

    "The making of global Black anti-citizen/citizenship: Situating BlackCrit in global citizenship research and theory" by Christopher Busey & Tianna Dowie-Chin 

    "Imagining and teaching citizenship as non-citizens: Migrant social studies teachers' positionalities and citizenship education in turbulent times" by Yeji Kim 

    "Five years later: How the 2016 U.S. presidential election and the #MeToo movement impacted feminist social studies teachers" by Kaylene Stevens & Christopher Martell 

    "'There's no way we can teach all of this': Factors that influence secondary history teachers' content choices" by Brian Girard, Lauren McArthur Harris, Linda Kay Mayger, Taylor Kessner, & Stephanie Reid 

    "Visualizing the teaching of data visualizations in social studies: A study of teachers' data literacy practices, beliefs, and knowledge" by Tamara Shreiner & B. M. Dykes 

    Book Review: "More than maps: Thoughtful geographical practice in spatial citizenship education" by Tricia Seow (Review of Spatial Citizenship Education: Citizenship Through Geography by Euikyung Shin & Sarah Bednarz) 

    Book Review: "It's about perspective! Modern monetary misconceptions and the people's economy" by Erin Adams (Review of The Deficit Myth: Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People's Economy by Stephanie Kelton) 

    Book Review: "Integrative units to prepare youth for democratic participation" by Pratigya Marhatta (Review of Teaching for a Living Democracy: Project-based Learning in the English and History Classroom by Joshua Block) 

    You can access these articles online at

    Wayne Journell
    Editor, Theory & Research in Social Education