This series aims to enhance our understanding of key challenges and facilitate ongoing academic debate relating to race and ethnicity in education. It provides a forum for established and emerging scholars to discuss the latest debates, issues, research and theory across the field of education research that pertain to race and ethnicity.
Please send inquiries or proposals for this series to one of the following:
Emilie Coin: [email protected] – Editor, UK, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East
Alice Salt: [email protected] – Editor, North & South America
Vilija Stephens: [email protected] – Editor, Australia & New Zealand
Katie Peace: [email protected] – Publisher, Asia
Family Engagement in Black Students’ Academic Success Achievement and Resistance in an American Suburban School
The Under-Representation of Black and Minority Ethnic Educators in Education Chance, Coincidence or Design?
By Vilma Seeberg
September 26, 2022
This timely volume presents powerful stories told by Black families and students who have successfully negotiated a racially fraught, affluent, and diverse suburban school district in America, to illustrate how they have strategically contested sanctioned racist practices and forged a path for ...
By Chris Guy Vieler-Porter
May 30, 2022
The Under-Representation of Black and Minority Ethnic Educators in Education evidences that discrimination at an individual, institutional and structural level is still experienced in the leadership of children’s learning. The analysis evaluates the extent to which under-representation is a ...
By Susan Flynn, Melanie A. Marotta
December 31, 2021
Critical Pedagogy, Race, and Media investigates how popular media offers the potential to radicalise what and how we teach for inclusivity. Bringing together established scholars in the areas of race and pedagogy, this collection offers a unique approach to critical pedagogy by analysing current ...
By Jung Kim, Betina Hsieh
November 30, 2021
Drawing on in-depth interviews, this text examines how Asian American teachers in the US have adapted, persisted, and resisted racial stereotyping and systematic marginalization throughout their educational and professional pathways. Utilizing critical perspectives combined with tenets of Asian ...