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“All Enemies, Foreign and Domestic”: The Presence of Anti-Latinx Political Rhetoric and Latinxs as Third World Threats in Secondary U.S. Citizenship Curriculum


by Christopher L. Busey, Alvaro J. Corral & Erika L. Davis - 2021


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 123 Number 2, 2021, p. 1-40
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23584, Date Accessed: 5/13/2021 1:37:49 AM
 
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  • Christopher L. Busey
    University of Florida
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    CHRISTOPHER L. BUSEY, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the School of Teaching & Learning at the University of Florida. He teaches courses for the Critical Studies in Race, Ethnicity, and Culture doctoral specialization, is affiliate faculty for the African American Studies program, and also coordinates the Education in the Americas specialization for the Center for Latin American Studies. His research focuses on critical theories of race, the Black Diaspora across the Americas, and negotiations of racialized citizenship in education. His scholarship has appeared in Race Ethnicity and Education, Educational Researcher, Urban Education, and Theory & Research in Social Education.
  • Alvaro J. Corral
    The College of Wooster
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    ÁLVARO J. CORRAL, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of political science at The College of Wooster. He teaches courses in the areas of American politics, race and ethnicity in politics, and research methods. His research focuses on the public opinion and voting behavior of Latinxs in the United States, immigrant political socialization, and immigration policy. His scholarship has appeared in Social Science Quarterly and Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences.
  • Erika L. Davis
    University of Florida
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    ERIKA L. DAVIS is a PhD student in the School of Teaching & Learning at the University of Florida. Her research focuses on the experiences of Latinx students in K–16 educational institutions in the United States, curricular representation, and critical theories of race in education. Her scholarship has appeared in Race Ethnicity and Education and Social Studies Research and Practice.
 
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