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TRSE Issue 50(1) Now Online

  • 1.  TRSE Issue 50(1) Now Online

    Posted 02-22-2022 12:00:00 PM

    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: 

    50th Anniversary Call for Manuscripts 

    "The tradition of classroom deliberation and the evasion of racial justice as a social issue, 1916-1966" by Thomas Fallace 

    "'What is slavery?': Third-grade students' sensemaking about enslavement through a historical inquiry" by Ryan Hughes 

    "Aspiring nepantleras: Conceptualizing social studies education from the rupture/la herida abierta" by Gerardo Aponte-Safe, Ana Carolina Díaz Beltán, & Rebecca Christ 

    "'We will continue our struggle for success': French Canadian students, narrative, and historical consciousness" by Stéphane Lévesque & Jean-Philippe Croteau 

    "Students' citizenship competencies: The role of ethnic school composition and perceived teacher support" by Isil Sincer, Monique Volman, Ineke van der Veen, & Sabine Severiens 

    Book Review: "Retelling American history: Black women's resistance and fight for freedom, justice, equality, and cultural identity in the United States" by Antionette Rochester & Tina Heafner (Review of A Black Woman's History of the United States by Daina Ramey Berry & Kali Gross) 

    Book Review: "Connections across time and space: World history instruction through themes and documents" by Erin Bronstein (Review of Teaching World History Thematically: Essential Questions and Document-Based Lessons to Connect Past and Present by Rosalie Metro) 

    Book Review: "Design-based research: The importance of inquiry, collaboration, and innovation in social studies education" by Tejvir Grewall & William Toledo (Review of Design Research in Social Studies Education: Critical Lessons from an Emerging Field by Beth Rubin, Eric Freedman, & Jongsung Kim) 

    Reviewer Acknowledgements 

    You can access these articles online at

    Wayne Journell
    Editor, Theory & Research in Social Education