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Multicentric Identities in a Globalizing World


reviewed by Suniti Sharma — July 20, 2016

coverTitle: Multicentric Identities in a Globalizing World
Author(s): Sergio Salvatore, Alessandro Gennaro & Jaan Valsiner (Eds.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1623967171, Pages: 404, Year: 2014
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 20, 2016
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21506, Date Accessed: 4/29/2017 11:20:24 PM

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  • Suniti Sharma
    Saint Joseph's University
    SUNITI SHARMA is an associate professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia. She teaches ESL pedagogy, instructional techniques for social studies and English Language Arts, and assessment and evaluation. Her research interests focus on the education of at-risk youth, preparing teachers with multicultural competencies and international field experiences for preservice teachers. Her autoethnographic research has been published as an authored book, Girls Behind Bars: Reclaiming Education in Transformative Spaces (2013). She has also co-edited a book, Internationalizing Teacher Education for Social Justice: Theory, Research and Practice (2014); and published in peer reviewed education journals such as Teachers College Record, Race, Ethnicity and Education, and Journal of Curriculum Theorizing. Her current research projects include, a) a study of the literacy practices of youth in the public school and juvenile justice system; and, b) a study of how preservice teachers engage with social justice. Sharma’s current writing projects include a co-edited book Internationalizing Teaching and Teacher Education for Equity: Engaging Alternative Knowledges across Ideological Borders (Information Age Publishing) and an authored book, Fractured Epistemologies: Divergent Research Methods in Education (Sense Publishers).
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