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A Revolutionary Subject: Pedagogy of Women of Color and Indigeneity

reviewed by Jia Liang - July 20, 2020

coverTitle: A Revolutionary Subject: Pedagogy of Women of Color and Indigeneity
Author(s): Lilia D. Monzó
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing, New York
ISBN: 1433134071, Pages: 290, Year: 2019
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 20, 2020
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23376, Date Accessed: 9/21/2020 2:46:01 AM

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  • Jia Liang
    Kansas State University
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    JIA “GRACE” LIANG, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership at the Kansas State University. She holds a Ph.D. in Educational Administration and Policy along with a Master’s in Educational Psychology from the University of Georgia. Her research and professional work focus on educational leadership and equity, particularly related to Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, community engagement, capacity building in STEM, and intersectionality and women leadership. She currently serves as the treasure of the Research on the Education and Asian and Pacific Americans SIG of the American Educational Research Association and the President-Elect of the Eastern Educational Research Association. Her work has appeared in leading journals and book chapters such as Educational Administration Quarterly, Journal of School Leadership, Gender and Education, International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education, and Handbook of Urban Educational Leadership. Her most recent projects involve a NSF funded research on understanding social responsibility in relation to Veteran engineering student retention, another focusing on women undergraduate success in engineering project teams, and a third on Asian American educators' leadership development in midwestern states.
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