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  • 1.  Latest Issue of TRSE Now Online!

    Posted 08-24-2022 02:13:00 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: 

    "The disciplinary and critical divide in social studies teacher education research: A review of the literature from 2009-2019" by Lightning Jay 

    "Troubling 'active': Elementary teacher candidates' framing of active vs. passive citizenship" by Natasha Murray-Everett and Sara Demoiny 

    "Seizing the moment: A critical place-based partnership for antiracist elementary social studies teacher education" by Emma Thacker and Aaron Bodle 

    "Feeling fear as power and oppression: An examination of Black and white fear in Virginia's U.S. history standards and curriculum framework" by Brittany Jones 

    "'If I can help somebody': The civic-oriented thought and practices of Black male teacher-coaches" by Daniel Thomas 

    [Book review] "Centering power, inequity, and social justice: Possibilities in civic education" by Hanadi Shatara (review of Education for democracy: A renewed approach to civic inquiries for social justice by Steven Camicia and Ryan Knowles) 

    [Book review] "Haunted by hope: (Re)tracing the complexities embedded within assemblages of violence" by Bretton Varga and Cathryn van Kessel (review of Assemblages of violence in education: Everyday trajectories of oppression by Boni Wozolek) 

    [Book review] "Reconceptualizing global citizenship education: Revisiting Asia as method" by Yun-Wen Chan (review of Research on global citizenship education in Asia: Conceptions, perceptions, and practice edited by Theresa Alviar-Martin and Mark Baildon) 

    You can access these articles online at

    Wayne Journell
    Editor, Theory & Research in Social Education