In episode 183, Dan and Michael chat with Daniel Thomas III about his study published in Theory & Research in Social Education, “‘If I can help somebody”: The civic-oriented thought and practices of Black male teacher-coaches.”
Books, Articles and Other Amazing Resources
- Thomas III, D. J. (2022). “If I can help somebody”: The civic-oriented thought and practices of Black male teacher-coaches. Theory & Research in Social Education, 1-30.
- Next Level Nation: https://www.instagram.com/nextlevelnation
- Dawson, M. C. (2001). Black visions: The roots of contemporary African-American political ideologies. University of Chicago Press.
- Thomas III, D. J., Johnson, M. W., Clark, L., & Harrison Jr, L. (2020). When the mirage fades: Black boys encountering antiblackness in a predominantly white Catholic high school. Race Ethnicity and Education, 1-20
- Yancy, G. (2016). Black bodies, white gazes: The continuing significance of race in America. Rowman & Littlefield.
- Brown, A. L. (2012). On human kinds and role models: A critical discussion about the African American male teacher. Educational Studies, 48(3), 296-315.
- Vickery, A. E. (2017). “You excluded us for so long and now you want us to be patriotic?”: African American women teachers navigating the quandary of citizenship. Theory & Research in Social Education, 45(3), 318-348.
Daniel Thomas is an assistant professor in Curriculum & Teaching at the University of Kansas where he also holds a courtesy appointment in the Department of African and African American Studies. His research focuses on how historical discourse on race shapes the contemporary experiences of African American male teachers and boys. You can find him on Twitter at @DrDanielThomas3, LinkedIn, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.