Episode 166: Latinxs in U.S. history with Edgar Díaz and Matthew Deroo

In episode 166, Dan and Michael chat with  Edgar Díaz and Matthew Deroo about their new article in Theory & Research in Social Education (TRSE) titled, “Latinxs in contention: A systemic functional linguistic analysis of 11th-grade US history textbooks.”

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Books, Articles and Other Amazing Resources

  1. Díaz, E., & Deroo, M. R. (2020). Latinxs in contention: A systemic functional linguistic analysis of 11th-grade US history textbooks. Theory & Research in Social Education, 48(3), 375-402.
  2. Yoder, P. J., & Kibler, A. (2016). Instruction for English language learners in the social studies
  3. classroom: A meta-synthesis. Social Studies Research & Practice, 11, 20–39.
  4. Episode 55: Teaching Mexican-American Histories with Maribel Santiago 
  5. Episode 113: Building up Mexican American Studies with Lilliana Saldaña & Vanessa Sandoval

Biographies

Edgar Díaz is a Ph.D. candidate in the Language and Literacy Learning in Multilingual Setting program at the University of Miami. His research interests include: history/social science, teacher and curriculum development, language acquisition, bilingualism, and academic literacies.

Matthew Deroo is is Assistant Professor of Digital Literacies for Multilingual Students at the University of Miami. His interdisciplinary research centers around three lines of inquiry: supporting immigrant youth from a translanguaging perspective, multimodal theoretical framing in teacher learning, and community engaged scholarship 

Editor

We would like to thank Zack Seitz of Wylie High School (TX) and the University of North Texas for his editing skills. 

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