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The Pedagogy of Monsters: Scary Disturbances in a Doctoral Research Preparation Course


by Nancy Lesko, Jacqueline A. Simmons, Antoinette Quarshie & Nicki Newton - 2008


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 110 Number 8, 2008, p. 1541-1573
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15152, Date Accessed: 12/11/2019 5:05:49 PM
 
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  • Nancy Lesko
    Teachers College, Columbia University
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    NANCY LESKO teaches curriculum studies and gender and education at Teachers College, Columbia University. Current research interests include youth and sexual citizenship, popular culture and education, and South African higher education curriculum in the time of AIDS. Forthcoming publications include, “Talking About Sex: loveLife Peer Educators in South Africa” in the Journal of Inclusive Education and “Girlhood in the Time of AIDS: North American Popular Culture Representations” in the Encyclopedia of Girls and Girlhood.
  • Jacqueline Simmons
    Teachers College, Columbia University
    JACQUELINE A. SIMMONS is a doctoral candidate at Teachers College, Columbia University, where her research interests include the cultural studies of education, with critical attention to curriculum, youth, and identity. Her dissertation explores the media lives of urban teenagers and queries the pedagogical possibilities in conducting collaborative research with youth. She consults with several nonprofit organizations on education program design and curriculum development.
  • Antoinette Quarshie
    Teachers College, Columbia University
    ANTOINETTE QUARSHIE is a doctoral candidate at Teachers College, Columbia University, and a dean in an independent school. Antoinette is currently using poststructualist theories and drawing upon conceptions of biomythography to explore the ways in which her nomadic geography of self as a Scottish-born woman of color educated in the Caribbean, West Africa, and the United States complicates her investigation of gender discourses through collective biography/memory work conducted with middle school students. Recent publications include “Pleasures Within Reason: Teaching, Feminism, and Education” in A. Harris (Ed.), All About The Girl: Culture, Power, and Identity, and “Tales of Body/Space Invasions in School” in Qualitative Inquiry, coauthored with D. Connor, R. Newton, and A. Penisi.
  • Nicki Newton
    Teachers College, Columbia University
    NICKI NEWTON is an educational consultant and a doctoral candidate at Teachers College, Columbia University. Her research interests are teacher education and math education. Her most recent publication is “Teaching in the Shadows of 9/11” published in Qualitative Inquiry.
 
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