In the Pursuit of Justice


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Table of Contents

  • Part I - Teaching in the Pursuit of Justice: Students' Rights to Read and Write in Elementary School
  • Part II - In the Classroom
  • Chapter 1 - Students' Rights to Representation in the Early Childhood Curriculum
  • Chapter 2 - Students' Right to Author Their Identities
  • Chapter 3 - Students' Rights to Their Names, Languages, and Cultures
  • Chapter 4 - ""Learning is mostly about English:"" Students' Right to Trouble the Language of Power
  • Chapter 5 - Students' Rights to Read and Write about Homophobia and Hate Crimes
  • Chapter 6 - Students' Right to Trauma-Informed Literacy Teaching
  • Part III - Insights, Resources, and Possibilities
  • Chapter 7 - A Conversation with Jacqueline Woodson on Students' Rights to Read and Write
  • Chapter 8 - Protecting Your Students' Rights to Read and Write and Yours to Teach
  • Chapter Nine - In the Pursuit of Justice: On the Rights to Read and Write as Human Rights
  • Annotated Bibliography
  • Index
  • Editor and Contributors

About the Author

Mariana Souto-Manning is a professor of early childhood education and teacher education at Teachers College, Columbia University and holds additional academic appointments at the University of Iceland and King's College London. She is founding codirector of the Center for Innovation in Teacher Education and Development (CITED). Her research examines inequities and injustices in early childhood teaching and teacher education, critically (re)centering methodologies and pedagogies on the lives, values, and experiences of intersectionally minoritized people of colour. Throughout her career, she has authored more than 100 articles and book chapters, published ten books (including the award-winning Reading, Writing, and Talk, with Jessica Martell), and received a number of research awards, including the American Educational Research Association Innovations in Research on Diversity in Teacher Education Award. She has served as trustee and chair of the NCTE Research Foundation.

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