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Latest Issue of TRSE Now Online--Correction!

  • 1.  Latest Issue of TRSE Now Online--Correction!

    Posted 08-26-2020 03:37:00 PM
    Sorry for the additional email, but I realize that I engaged in some shoddy cutting and pasting in the last message. Here is the correct table of contents for Issue 48(3):

    Dear Colleagues,  

    It is my pleasure to share with you Volume 48, Issue 3 of Theory & Research in Social Education, which has been published online. This issue includes the following articles and reviews:   

    "Interpretive frames for responding to racially stressful moments in history discussions" by Abby Reisman, Lisette Enumah, and Lightning Jay  

    "'He wants to get rid of all the Muslims': Mexican American and Muslim students' use of history regarding candidate Trump" by Paul Yoder  

    "Latinxs in contention: A systemic functional linguistic analysis of 11th-grade U.S. history textbooks" by Edgar Díaz and Matthew Deroo 

    "Swimming in and through whiteness: Antiracism in social studies teacher education" by Andrea Hawkman 

    "From deliberation to counter-narration: Toward a critical pedagogy for democratic citizenship" by Melissa Gibson  


    "Reforming the idea of social studies teacher education" by Alexander Cuenca (Review of Social Studies Teacher Education: Critical Issues and Current Perspectives, edited by Chris Martell)  

    " (Re)new(ed) territories of liminality: An invitation to disrupt prescription and repetition across/within the academy" by Bretton Varga and Sarah Shear (Review of Speculative Pedagogies of Qualitative Inquiry, by Candace Kuby and Rebecca Christ)  

    "Teaching civics through stories of those who lived it" by Tina Ellsworth (Review of Teaching History, Learning Citizenship: Tools for Civic Engagement, by Jeffrey Nokes)  

    This issue can be accessed at

    Wayne Journell
    Editor, Theory & Research in Social Education