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Disrupted Childhoods: Children of Women in Prison


reviewed by Dave Iasevoli — March 23, 2012

coverTitle: Disrupted Childhoods: Children of Women in Prison
Author(s): Jane Siegel
Publisher: Rutgers University Press, Piscataway
ISBN: 0813550114, Pages: 288, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 23, 2012
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16734, Date Accessed: 12/16/2017 12:30:07 AM

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  • Dave Iasevoli
    SUNY Plattsburgh
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    DAVE IASEVOLI, Ed.D., received his doctorate from Teachers College in English Education, in 2005, and has taught incarcerated students on Rikers Island. He now teaches in the M.S.Ed. and MST Programs at SUNY Plattsburgh. In 2009, the NEA awarded his article "A World of White and Snowy Scents: Teaching Whiteness" its Excellence in the Academy Award, Art of Teaching. His study of educational efforts in New York State prisons, Somewhat More Free, has a projected publication in 2014.
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