PhD Candidate Halle Singh publishes her article “Method-ological Mapping of Girlhood Studies: The Academic Landscapes of Girlhood”

Congratulations to PhD Candidate Halle Singh on the publication of her article “Method-ological Mapping of Girlhood Studies: The Academic Landscapes of Girlhood.” You can find Halle’s article in the December 2021 issue of Girlhood Studies. Abstract: In this article, I report on a mapping project of the methods used in articles in Girlhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal … Continue reading PhD Candidate Halle Singh publishes her article “Method-ological Mapping of Girlhood Studies: The Academic Landscapes of Girlhood”

Dr. Kate Cairns recently published “Feeling environmental justice: Pedagogies of slow violence” in the journal Curriculum Inquiry

This paper contributes to scholarship exploring the affective politics of environmental education. Building on Nixon’s (2011) conception of slow violence, I argue that the slow violence of ecological destruction presents not only a representational challenge but also a pedagogical one: how to confront violent systems that degrade and harm particular people and places without reinscribing … Continue reading Dr. Kate Cairns recently published “Feeling environmental justice: Pedagogies of slow violence” in the journal Curriculum Inquiry

Dr. Janice Stiglich recently published an article based on her dissertation in openDemocracy

Dr. Janice Stiglich, a recent Childhood Studies graduate, published an article based on her dissertation titled Where is the solidarity for working girls? on open Democracy.  Working girls in Peru are doing their best to look after themselves. Will adults support them?   The Movement of Working Children, Children of Christian Laborers (MANTHOC) was founded in … Continue reading Dr. Janice Stiglich recently published an article based on her dissertation in openDemocracy

Graduate Student Elaysel German is featured in Rutgers-Camden NewsNow for her work in creating positive learning spaces for children

Elaysel German if featured in Rutgers-Camden NewsNow article titled Camden Native, Ph.D. Student, and Award-Winning Educator Returns Home to Create Postitive Learning Spaces for Children. For the past several years, the Rutgers University–Camden doctoral student had served as an award-winning educator in New York City, designing and implementing culturally sustaining literacy programs with books that reflect New … Continue reading Graduate Student Elaysel German is featured in Rutgers-Camden NewsNow for her work in creating positive learning spaces for children