Book Review and Chapter Mention

This is my first book review (and chapter highlight) as a new PhD.  Below are some of the author’s comments about my section in particular:


“For those looking for evidence and rigor regarding pedagogical practices, there is a considerable range in the depth of discussion within these areas. A few chapters are even concerned with design, implementation, and effects on learning. Some of them deal with these issues better than others. For example, Lisa Rochelle Brown’s ‘Spiral Dynamic Theory as an Instrument for Praxis: Memetic Racism and Cultural Transfer’ or Martha A. Brown and Traci P. Baxley’s ‘Transforming Whiteness in Teacher Education: The Call for Anti-Racist Pedagogy’ stand out in this regard.”

Jones, S. (2017). [Review of the book RIP Jim Crow: Fighting racism through higher education policy, curriculum, and cultural interventions]. Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 27, 2017 ID Number: 21886, Date Accessed: 4/21/2017 3:04:06 PM

Link to Full Review