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Negotiating Privilege and Identity in Educational Contexts


reviewed by Elizabeth Silva - January 26, 2015

coverTitle: Negotiating Privilege and Identity in Educational Contexts
Author(s): Adam Howard, Brianne Wheeler, & Aimee Polimeno
Publisher: Routledge, New York
ISBN: 1138024686, Pages: 236, Year: 2014
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 26, 2015
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17835, Date Accessed: 11/17/2019 9:35:17 AM

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  • Elizabeth Silva
    University of Utah
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    ELIZABETH SILVA is a PhD student at the University of Utah, in the Education Culture and Society program. Her specific research interests include analysis of generational educational achievement among Mexican and Chicano students as well as the emerging complex “Latino/a” identity and its racial implications in contemporary United States. With an extensive background in social justice organizing both in the community and academia, she promotes education from a critical lens, hoping to shed light on some of the dynamics of oppression. This is her first academic publication. She is currently working on a project looking at Mexican American positionality in education and how this informs their legal demands in relation to whiteness during and leading up to the Civil Rights Movement.
 
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