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  • 1.  TC Press Research and Practice in Social Studies Series

    Posted 11-08-2021 02:49:00 PM

    CUFA2021 starts in a few days! As you begin planning your conference schedule, I wanted to invite those of you with potential book ideas to consider the Research and Practice in Social Studies book series with Teachers College Press and potentially schedule a time to meet virtually with me to talk about your idea. Just send me an email at awjourne@uncg.edu and we can set something up. (and we don't have to meet next week during CUFA; I am happy to schedule a Zoom meeting whenever) 

    For more information about the book series, here is a link to the series page: https://www.tcpress.com/rpss 

    The series was started a couple years ago. The first book in the series was published earlier this year: Teaching History for Justice: Centering Activism in Students' Study of the Past, by Christopher Martell and Kaylene Stevens https://www.tcpress.com/teaching-history-for-justice-9780807764749?page_id=448

    And there are several books under contract that will be published soon, including:

    Post-Pandemic Social Studies: How COVID-19 Has Changed the World and How We Teach, edited by Wayne Journell  (Available for pre-order:  https://www.tcpress.com/post-pandemic-social-studies-9780807766255?page_id=1034 )

    Making Classroom Discussions Work: Methods for Quality Dialogue in the Social Studies, edited by Jane Lo  (Available for pre-order: https://www.tcpress.com/making-classroom-discussions-work-9780807766644 )

    Teaching Difficult Histories in Difficult Times: Stories of Practice, edited by Lauren McArthur Harris, Maia Sheppard, and Sara Levy  (Available for pre-order:  https://www.tcpress.com/teaching-difficult-histories-in-difficult-times-9780807766446 )

    Dreaming Out Loud: Critical Race Theory and Social Studies Futures*, edited by Amanda Vickery and Noreen Naseem Rodríguez

    Racial Literacy and Social Studies: Curriculum, Instruction, and Learning*, edited by LaGarrett King

    Climate Denial in Social Studies: Frameworks and Applications*, by James Damico and Mark Baildon

    Place-Based Social Studies Education: Learning From Flint*, by Annie Whitlock

    Be(com)ing Strange(r): Towards a Posthuman Social Studies*, edited by Bretton Varga, Timothy Monreal, and Rebecca Christ

    *Tentative title



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    Wayne Journell Curriculum and Instruction
    Professor
    Univ of North Carolina at Greensboro
    Greensboro NC
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