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Teaching Bodies in Place

by Stephanie Jones & James F. Woglom - 2013

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 115 Number 8, 2013, p. 1-29
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17090, Date Accessed: 8/5/2021 5:53:18 PM
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  • Stephanie Jones
    University of Georgia
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    STEPHANIE JONES is associate professor in the Department of Educational Theory and Practice at The University of Georgia where she teaches courses on social class and poverty, feminist theory and pedagogy, place-based teaching, early childhood education, and literacy. Stephanie is interested in intersections of gender, social class, bodies, place, pedagogies and social change and her scholarship has been published in journals such as Anthropology and Education Quarterly, Curriculum Inquiry, Educational Researcher, Gender and Education, Harvard Educational Review, Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, Language Arts, and Reading Research Quarterly. She is the author of Girls, Social Class and Literacy: What Teachers Can Do to Make a Difference.
  • James Woglom
    University of Georgia
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    JAMES F. WOGLOM a multimedia artist and educator, is working toward the completion of a PhD in art education at The University of Georgia. His work has appeared in Harvard Educational Review, Journal of Adolescent and Adult Education, Unsplendid, on the cover of New South, and in an anthology published by Stylus Press.
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