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New Issue of TRSE Now Online!

  • 1.  New Issue of TRSE Now Online!

    Posted 08-19-2021 02:05:00 PM

    Dear Colleagues,  

    It is my pleasure to share with you Volume 49, Issue 3 of Theory & Research in Social Education, which has been published online. This issue includes the following articles and reviews:   

    "Standardizing Indigenous erasure: A TribalCrit and QuantCrit analysis of K-12 U.S. civics and government standards" by Leilani Sabzalian, Sarah Shear, and Jimmy Snyder  

    "'Sound' civics, heard histories: A critical case of young children mobilizing digital media to write (right) injustice" by Jon Wargo 

    "Cultivating empathic listening in democratic education" by Molly Andolina and Hilary Conklin 

    "Deliberation can wait: How civic litigation makes inquiry critical" by Mark Hlavacik & Dan Krutka 

    "Between aspiration and reality: New materialism and social studies education" by Peter Nelson, Avner Segall, and Scott Durham 


    "Learning young children's civic action and thought through themselves, others, and issues" by Yu-Han Hung (Review of Young Children's Civic Mindedness: Democratic Living and Learning in an Unequal World, by Jennifer Hauver)  

    "Schools, society, and the socio-political: Navigating the tensions in civic education" by Ritu Radhakrishnan (Review of Democracy at a Crossroads: Reconceptualizing Socio-Political Issues in Schools and Society, edited by Gregory Samuels and Amy Samuels)  

    "Centering relational-meaning making and self-understanding" by Natasha Hakimali Merchant (Review of Stories We Live and Grow By: (Re)telling Our Experiences as Muslim Mothers and Daughters, by Muna Saleh)  

    This issue can be accessed at

    Wayne Journell
    Editor, Theory & Research in Social Education