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Relocations: Queer Suburban Imaginaries


reviewed by Courtney Hill - May 18, 2012

coverTitle: Relocations: Queer Suburban Imaginaries
Author(s): Karen Tongson
Publisher: New York University Press, New York
ISBN: 0814783104, Pages: 320, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 18, 2012
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16772, Date Accessed: 6/6/2020 5:05:00 AM

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  • Courtney Hill
    University of Pennsylvania
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    COURTNEY HILL is a doctoral candidate in the Educational Leadership program at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. She earned her bachelor of arts degrees in American studies and Spanish from Stanford University and her master of education in special education from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Hillís prior research includes representations of multiracial identity in American popular culture, nonviolent movements in postcommunist Eastern Europe, and examining best practices for special education students in urban settings. Her current research is centered on issues of gender, ethnic, linguistic, and intellectual diversity among teachers and educational leaders.
 
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