Episode 170: Mexican American & Muslim Students’ Political Trauma & Resistance w/ Paul Yoder

In episode 170, Dan and Michael chat with Paul Yoder about his new article in Theory & Research in Social Education titled, ‘“He wants to get rid of all the Muslims’: Mexican American and Muslim students’ use of history regarding candidate Trump.”

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Books, Articles and Other Amazing Resources (formatting needed?)

  1. Yoder, P. J. (2020). “He wants to get rid of all the Muslims”: Mexican American and Muslim students’ use of history regarding candidate Trump. Theory & Research in Social Education, 48(3), 346-374.
  2. Yoder, P. J. (2020). Examining three narratives of U.S. history in the historical perspectives of middle school (emergent) bilingual students. The Journal of Social Studies Research.
  3. Epstein, T. L. (2009). Interpreting national history: Race, identity, and pedagogy in classroom and communities. Routledge.
  4. Sondel, B., Baggett, H. C., & Dunn, A. H. (2018). “For millions of people, this is real trauma”: A pedagogy of political trauma in the wake of the 2016 US Presidential election. Teaching and Teacher Education, 70, 175-185.
  5. Nordgren, K. (2016). How to do things with history: Use of history as a link between historical consciousness and historical culture. Theory & Research in Social Education, 44(4), 479-504.

Biography

Paul Yoder is an assistant professor of teacher education at Eastern Mennonite University. Paul earned his Ph.D. in social studies education from the University of Virginia. He taught middle school social studies and high school newcomers.  Paul’s scholarship interests include the teaching and learning of history among culturally and linguistically diverse student populations, as well as questions related to Mennonite education, acknowledging trauma in education, language learning, student identity, and the enacted curriculum. More information about his work can be found on his ResearchGate page.

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