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Ross, Kihana Miraya; Givens, Jarvis R. – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
In this essay, authors Kihana Miraya Ross and Jarvis R. Givens make their case for a distinct field of education research--Black education studies, which builds on Black studies and education studies. They explore a key analytic in Black education studies, antiblackness, examining its early and more recent uses as an analytic in education research…
Descriptors: Black Studies, Racism, Role of Education, African Americans
Royer, Caisa Elizabeth; Castro, Erin L.; Padilla, Estefanie Aguilar – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
In this descriptive research study, Caisa Elizabeth Royer, Erin L. Castro, and Estefanie Aguilar Padilla explore the experiences of prison stakeholders in higher education with prison disciplinary power. Based on interviews with nineteen prison education stakeholders, including program directors, instructors, family members of incarcerated…
Descriptors: Bullying, College Students, Institutionalized Persons, Correctional Institutions
Fontana, Giuditta – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
In this mixed methods analysis of a dataset she developed, Giuditta Fontana explores how formal intrastate peace processes have addressed reforms of formal education since the end of the Cold War. Looking at the frequency of reforms of formal education, the context for their inclusion, and the framing of their aims, she finds that intrastate…
Descriptors: Peace, Conflict Resolution, Intergroup Relations, National Security
Freidus, Alexandra – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
In this ethnographic study, Alexandra Freidus investigates the dilemmas of whiteness that challenge a youth-led campaign for school integration in New York City. Analyzing field observations, interviews, and internal documents, she illustrates the ways whiteness shaped young people's identities as allies and activists, contributed to an…
Descriptors: Activism, Youth, School Desegregation, Organizational Culture
Jansen, Jonathan D.; Kriger, Samantha – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
In this essay, Jonathan D. Jansen and Samantha Kriger make visible the inner lives of the first Black principals in white-majority schools in South Africa. Through in-depth, on-site, narrative interviews with thirteen principals, and using the lens of interiority, they report on the anxieties, insecurity, and uncertainties experienced by these…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Blacks, Principals, Predominantly White Institutions
Compton-Lilly, Catherine; Hawkins, Margaret R. – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
In this longitudinal case study, Catherine Compton-­Lilly and Margaret R. Hawkins explore one immigrant youth's engagement with transglobal activities and flows of information and his emerging awareness of the world. Contending that transglobal flows create learning opportunities that are rarely available to children raised in mononational and…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Access to Information, Consciousness Raising, Global Approach
Finger, Leslie K.; Houston, David M. – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
In this research article, Leslie K. Finger and David M. Houston explore how different ideas about the objectives of education can influence families' schooling preferences and choices. For their study they employed a conjoint experiment embedded in an online survey to examine participants' preferences for various school characteristics, including…
Descriptors: Educational Objectives, Role of Education, School Choice, Institutional Characteristics
Hernando-Lloréns, Belén – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
In this historical inquiry, Belén Hernando-Lloréns uses the case of one young Spanish woman who was suspended for wearing a hijab to school to argue that norms of convivencia in culturally and racially diverse educational spaces work as a practice of abjection that excludes in the name of inclusion. She examines three strategies that made this…
Descriptors: Clothing, Student Diversity, Females, Muslims
Larson, Stephanie R. – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
While activists and scholars have interrogated the problem of campus sexual assault, studies have yet to understand its effects on faculty labor. In this analytical essay, Stephanie R. Larson expands studies of campus sexual violence by addressing how ineffective reporting procedures and inadequate mechanisms of response have consequences for…
Descriptors: Crime, Sexual Abuse, Rape, College Faculty
Swalwell, Katy; Rodríguez, Noreen Naseem; Updegraff, Amy; Winters, Leslie Ann – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
In this article authors Katy Swalwell, Noreen Naseem Rodríguez, Amy Updegraff, and Leslie Ann Winters share findings from their critical content analysis of the free preK--5 resources for antiracist, social justice teaching in the Teachers Pay Teachers' Teach for Justice collection. Using Picower's (2012) six elements of social justice curriculum…
Descriptors: Elementary School Curriculum, Curriculum Design, Social Justice, Racism
Geron, Tatiana – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
In this essay Tatiana Geron argues that classroom "crowdedness"--the spatial, temporal, and group dynamics of many students interacting in a shared space--shapes teachers' every day ethical decision-making and should be essential to an ethical theory of teaching. Drawing from Philip K. Jackson's ethnographic work and her own teaching…
Descriptors: Ethics, Decision Making, Teacher Student Relationship, Case Studies
Bassett, Becca Spindel – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
In this ethnographic study, Becca Spindel Bassett investigates why low-income and first-generation students access fewer resources and gain fewer benefits from their university campuses than do their higher-income, continuing-generation peers. Building on sociological theories that emphasize the relational and political dynamics of resource…
Descriptors: Low Income Students, First Generation College Students, Success, Educational Resources
Giroux, Henry A. – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
In the past ten years radical educators have developed several theories around the notions of reproduction and resistance. In this article, Henry Giroux critically analyzes the major positions of these theories, finding them inadequate as a foundation for a critical science of schooling. He concludes by outlining the directions for a new theory of…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Power Structure, Personal Autonomy, Social Justice
Alkateb-Chami, Maya – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
In this issue, the Harvard Educational Review reprints Giroux's "Theories of Reproduction and Resistance in the New Sociology of Education: A Critical Analysis," which this journal first published in 1983. The construct of resistance in educational spaces continues to be invoked by researchers and the media alike, with different degrees…
Descriptors: Resistance (Psychology), Educational Research, Educational Theories, Educational Sociology
Stein, Sharon; Hare, Jan – Harvard Educational Review, 2023
In this article Sharon Stein and Jan Hare ask how higher education institutions might begin to confront the connections between climate change and colonization. To grapple with this question, they examine the dynamics through which climate action can reproduce colonial relations and reflect on the challenges, complexities, and possibilities that…
Descriptors: Barriers, Climate, Colonialism, Universities
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