- Hartlep, N. D., Kahlon, A. K., & Ball, D. (Eds.). (2018). Asian/American scholars of education: 21st century pedagogies, perspectives, and experiences. New York: Peter Lang.
- Learning First, Technology Second
I'd love to be able to review Mira Jacob's Good Talk. It is set for release in March of 2019 and can see about acquiring an advanced copy. This book looks promising for studies in early childhood development, multicultural education, and transnational childhoods.
Many thanks for the consideration.
Tran Nguyen Templeton, Ed.D.
Assistant Professor in Early Childhood Studies
Program Coordinator, AOP M.S. in ECS
University of North Texas, College of Education
Office: Matthews Hall 206-R
Office phone: 940-565-2941
Book a meeting: https://trantempleton.youcanbook.me
Find out more about visual research: https://collaborativeseeingstudio.commons.gc.cuny.edu/
- The Achievement Gap in Reading
Editors: Rosalind Horowitz and S. Jay Samuels
I would like to volunteer to review this book. I should disclose that I have been asked by the editor (Horowitz) to review the book. My contact info is below. I have also submitted my info into the TC Record reviewer database.
Jayce R. Warner
The University of Texas at Austin
- Dear Editor,
I'm writing to see if you would be interested in publishing a book review of Dr. Lisa Farley's Childhood Beyond Pathology: A Psychoanalytic Study of Development and Diagnosis, that just came out this month.
It is spectacular. She often works from a psychoanalytic and curriculum theory framework,and this book is really an attempt to consider the child beyond psychology and its developmental stages. Her working definition of childhood, which I find remarkable, is the experience of entering into a new world and the struggle to find one's role with oneself and with others. Her book traces the various cultural tropes of childhood that both limits and expands their humanity and then draws on the literary child, in novels and books, to speak on their singularity, outside the demands of the adult. It's beautifully written and I think faculty and students, anyone who works with children, could really benefit from the conversation.
I would be more than happy to write the review. Teachers College and CUNY are collaborating on an event on March 7 where we invite Dr. Farley to speak with a panel of other scholars in the field of critical childhood studies. Let me know if this is of interest and when you would like the submission.
Teachers College, alum (2009)