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(Im)migrations, Relations, and Identities: Negotiating Cultural Memory, Diaspora, and African


reviewed by Kathleen Corley — October 15, 2014

coverTitle: (Im)migrations, Relations, and Identities: Negotiating Cultural Memory, Diaspora, and African
Author(s): Chinwe L. Ezueh Okpalaoka
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing, New York
ISBN: 1433122251, Pages: 137, Year: 2013
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: October 15, 2014
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17722, Date Accessed: 10/19/2017 1:40:59 AM

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  • Kathleen Corley
    Arizona State University
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    KATHLEEN M. CORLEY is a Ph.D. Candidate in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Arizona State University. Her current research concerns listening to and amplifying the voices and perspectives of multilingual youth; exploring exclusionary practices and issues of access within and across schools; and connecting individual beliefs about ethics to reflective teacher development and practice. Kathleen’s recent publications include: Mathur, S. R., & Corley, K. M., (2014). Bringing ethics into the classroom: Making a case for frameworks, multiple perspectives and narrative sharing. International Education Studies 7(9), 136-147, and Cisneros, J., Holloway-Libell, J. L., Gomez, L. M., Corley, K. M., Powers, J. M. (July, 2014). Advanced placement opportunity gap in Arizona: Access, participation and success. AASA Journal of Scholarship and Practice 11(2), 20-39. Kathleen has worked as commissioning editor in the areas of applied linguistics and language-teaching methodology for a university press, as a teacher-educator, and teacher in the U.S. and internationally, and as program developer of language and diversity programs at San Francisco State University.
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