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Anti-Racist Pedagogy Literature

Baker-Bell, A. (2020). Dismantling anti-black linguistic racism in English language arts classrooms: Toward an anti-racist black language pedagogy. Theory Into Practice, 59(1), 8–21.

Brandt, G. L. (2022). The realization of anti-racist teaching. Routledge.

Husband, T. (2010). He’s too young to learn about that stuff: Anti-racist pedagogy and early childhood social studies. Social Studies Research and Practice, 5(2), 61–75.

Kishimoto, K. (2018). Anti-racist pedagogy: From faculty’s self-reflection to organizing within and beyond the classroom. Race Ethnicity and Education, 21(4), 540–554.

Mosley, M. (2010). ‘That really hit me hard’: Moving beyond passive anti‐racism to engage with critical race literacy pedagogy. Race Ethnicity and Education, 13(4), 449–471.

Ng, R., Staton, P. A., & Scane, J. (Eds.). (1995). Anti-racism, feminism, and critical approaches to education. Bergin & Garvey.

Zembylas, M. (2012). Pedagogies of strategic empathy: Navigating through the emotional complexities of anti-racism in higher education. Teaching in Higher Education, 17(2), 113–125.

Disability Pedagogy Literature 

Danforth, S. (2020). Teaching and the experience of disability: The pedagogy of Ed Roberts. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 9(5), 464–488.

Dolmage, J. (2005). Disability studies pedagogy, usability and universal design. Disability Studies Quarterly, 25(4).

Draper, E. (2022). Critical pedagogy and disability: Considerations for music education. Visions of Research in Music Education, 40(1).

Hogan, E., Fair, E., & Casson, B. (n.d.). Disability Pedagogy & Accessibility. University of Denver Office of Teaching & Learning: Inclusive Teaching Practices.

Hulgin, K., O’Connor, S., Fitch, E. F., & Gutsell, M. (2011). Disability studies pedagogy: Engaging dissonance and meaning making. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, 7(3 & 4).

Jeffress, M. S. (Ed.). (2017). Pedagogy, disability and communication: Applying disability studies in the classroom. Routledge.

Soorenian, A. (2018). Pedagogy, disability and communication: Applying disability studies in the classroom. Disability & Society, 33(3), 497–499.

Liberatory Pedagogy Literature

Castillo-Montoya, M., Abreu, J., & Abad, A. (2021). Racially liberatory pedagogy: A Black Lives Matter approach to education. In Black Liberation in Higher Education (pp. 59–79).

Enns, C. Z., & Forrest, L. M. (2005). Toward defining and integrating multicultural and feminist pedagogies. In Teaching and social justice: Integrating multicultural and feminist theories in the classroom (1st ed.). American Psychological Assocation.

Lather, P. (2014). Post-critical pedagogies: A feminist reading. In Feminisms and Critical Pedagogy (pp. 120–137). Routledge.

Maher, F. A. (1987). Toward a richer theory of feminist pedagogy: A comparison of “liberation” and “gender” models for teaching and learning. The Journal of Education, 169(3), 91–100.

Nouri, A., & Sajjadi, S. M. (2014). Emancipatory pedagogy in practice: Aims, principles and curriculum orientation. The International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, 5(2).

Rodriguez, D., Boahene, A. O., Gonzales-Howell, N., & Anesi, J. (2012). Practicing liberatory pedagogy: Women of color in college classrooms. Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies, 12(2), 96–108.

Rodríguez, L. F. (2008). “I’ve never heard of the word pedagogy before”: Using liberatory pedagogy to forge hope for teachers in our nation’s public schools. InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, 4(2).

Shor, I., & Freire, P. (1987). A pedagogy for liberation: Dialogues on transforming education. Greenwood Publishing Group.

Wilson, C. M., Hanna, M. O., & Li, M. (2019). Imagining and enacting liberatory pedagogical praxis in a politically divisive era. Equity & Excellence in Education, 52(2–3), 346–363.

Queer Pedagogy Literature

Bryson, M., & de Castell, S. (1993). Queer pedagogy: Praxis makes im/perfect. Canadian Journal of Education / Revue Canadienne de l’éducation, 18(3), 285–305.

Fraser, J., & Lamble, S. (2014). Queer desires and critical pedagogies in higher education: Reflections on the transformative potential of non-normative learning desires in the classroom. Journal of Feminist Scholarship, 7(7), 61–77.

Gonzalez-Pons, K. (2023). Resource guide for trans and nonbinary students. Best Colleges.

Mayo, C., & Rodriguez, N. M. (Eds.). (2019). Queer pedagogies: Theory, praxis, politics (Vol. 11). Springer International Publishing.

Nemi Neto, J. (2018). Queer pedagogy: Approaches to inclusive teaching. Policy Futures in Education, 16(5), 589–604.

Potvin, L. (2020). Queer pedagogies. In N. A. Naples (Ed.), Companion to Sexuality Studies (1st ed., pp. 122–139). Wiley.

Thomas-Reid, M. (2021). Queer pedagogical theory. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education.

Reproductive Rights and Justice Literature

Costa, L. M., & Leong, K. J. (2012). Introduction critical community engagement: Feminist pedagogy meets civic engagement. Feminist Teacher, 22(3), 171–180.

Crawley, S. L., Willman, R. K., Clark, L., & Walsh, C. (2009). Making women the subjects of the abortion debate: A class exercise that moves beyond “pro-choice” and “pro-life.” Feminist Teacher, 19(3), 227–240.

Daniel, C., & Haugeberg, K. (2022). Feminist pedagogy after roe. Feminist Pedagogy for Teaching Online Blog.

Hurst, R. A. J. (2020). Abortion as a feminist pedagogy of grief in Marianne Apostolides’s Deep Salt Water. Feminist Studies, 46(1), 43–73.

Omolade, B. (1987). A black feminist pedagogy. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 15(3/4), 32–39.

Price, K. (2008). Teaching about reproduction, politics, and social justice. Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy, 19(2), 42–54.

Ross, L. J. (2017). Reproductive justice as intersectional feminist activism. Souls, 19(3), 286–314.