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  • Teaching Controversial Issues
    Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020)

    In this issue edited by Dr. Elizabeth Washington we are proud to present six works representing the scholarship of Wayne Journell, Steven Camicia, Paula McAvoy, Li-Ching Ho, Rebecca Cooper Geller, Terence A. Beck, and Thomas Misco. Their contributions will help provide a strong foundation for teachers looking for a primer on teaching controversial issues.

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  • Teaching Against Islamophobia
    Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021)

    I am confident that readers will recognize these articles constitute a powerful contribution to the growing body of work dedicated to Teaching Against Islamophobia guest edited by Dr. Muna Saleh. Articles by Ananah Eljaji, Nisreen Alameddine, Asma Ahmed, Jeremy Stoddard, Randa N. Elbih, and Zahra Kasamali will undoubtedly help social studies teachers to interrogate their own biases while providing them with rich insights into how to enact practices to support their Muslim students. It is a small yet crucial step toward ensuring that all our Muslim students can live, learn, and thrive in peace.

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    Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg One Year Later
    Vol. 2 No. 2 (2021)

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg led an extraordinary life, one in which she overcame innumerable obstacles to become one of the most influential jurists and U.S. Supreme Court Justices. In this volume edited by Lauren Colley you will find four exceptional articles, three written by scholars Andrea Libresco, Tiffany Mitchell, and  Mark Sulzer, and one by Canada's first female Supreme Court Chief Justice, The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin.

     

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  • Teaching Asian American Histories
    Vol. 2 No. 3 (2021)

    This issue curated and edited by Sohyn An and Ritu Radhakrishnan highlights the work of historian Erika Lee and features articles by Cathlin Golding, Betina Hsieh, Jung Kim,  J.B. Mayo, Bic Ngo, Noreen Naseem Rodriguez.

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