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Reimagining Diversity, Equity, and Justice in Early Childhood




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ISBN 9781032120812
February 1, 2023 Forthcoming by Routledge
248 Pages 18 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Situated against a backdrop of multiple global pandemics—COVID-19, racial injustice and violence, inequitable resource distribution, political insurrections and unrest—this timely and critical volume argues for a divestment in white privilege and an investment in anti-racist pedagogies and practice across early childhood contexts of research, policy, and teaching and learning. Featuring established scholar-practitioners alongside emerging voices, chapters explore key issues around equitable and inclusive practices for young children, covering topics such as multilingualism and multicultural practices of immigrant communities, language varieties and dialects across the Black diaspora, queer pedagogies, and play at the intersection of race, gender, disability, and language. Thoughtfully and compellingly written, each chapter offers an overview of the issue, the theoretical framework and critical context surrounding it and implications for practice.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Reconceptualizing Literacies and Children’s Identities in the Current Visual and Linguistic Landscape: Reading and Writing for Liberation  1. “You’re Hot Lunch, Aren’t You?”: (Re)Producing Inequity in Children’s Worlds  2. Black Language as a Liberatory Practice: Young Multilingual Black Children Exploring Their Cultural and Linguistic Identities  3. Examining the Aesthetics of Black Working-Class Childhoods in Literature for Children  Part 2: Reconsidering Methods of Inquiry: Children’s Sensory Engagements and the Resounding Traces of Children’s Lives  4. Sitesensing: Methods for Connecting to Young Children’s Worlds  5. Who Gets to “Play”? Play, Autism, and Possibilities for More-than-human Young Childhoods  6. The “No Noise Chair” and Other Willful Objects: Examining Young Children’s Sonic ‘Moorings’ and Animate Literacies in Geographies of Play  7. (Re)Sounding Children’s Worlds: Making a Case for Methods that Tune In  Part 3: Rethinking the Relationships Between Children and Adults: Intergenerational Intersections, Crossings, and Interactions  8. Expanding Notions of Children’s Transnational Lives and the Phenomenology of Migration  9. Stacked Childhoods: Re-Membering as Pedagogical Practice  10. Transnational Flows and Linguistic Fluidity in an Ethnic Public Space: The Experiences of a Young Emergent Bilingual  11. Decentering Whiteness in Early Childhood Teacher Education: Supporting BIPOC Preservice Teachers Through Culturally Relevant and Sustaining Practices  Part 4: Reengaging with Communities and Families in a Post-World  12. Out of the Classroom & Onto the Runway: Queer and Trans Pedagogies in Early Childhood  13. “Pandemic as Portal” in Early Education: Understanding the Disruptions of COVID-19 as an Invitation to Imagine and Create a New Vision of Preschool  14. Children’s Print Magazine: An Example from Pakistan on Fostering Literacy and Socioemotional Learning During the Global Pandemic  15. To Protect and Nurture: (Re)Imagining Mentoring for Black Boys in the Early Grades

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Biography

Haeny Yoon is Associate Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University.

A. Lin Goodwin 葛文林 is Thomas More Brennan Chair Professor in Education at Boston College

Celia Genishi is Professor Emeritus at Teachers College, Columbia University.