Episode 134: Unsettling the Settler Self in Social Studies Education with Christine Rogers Stanton

Episode 134: Unsettling the Settler Self in Social Studies Education with Christine Rogers Stanton

In Episode 134, Dan and Michael chat with Dr. Christine Rogers Stanton about her recent Social Education article titled, “‘Now You Can’t Just Do Nothing’: Unsettling the Settler Self within Social Studies Education.”

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Episode 124: Elementary Citizenship From A Century Ago with Carolyn Weber & Sarah Montgomery

In Episode 124, Dan and Michael talk with Drs. Carolyn Weber and Sarah Montgomery about their new article published in Theory & Research in Social Education, “The emergence of elementary citizenship education: Insights from Iowa’s rural schools, 1910–1935.” It is kind of like that West Wing episode where everyone is talking about that book about what life was like 100 years ago – except set in rural schools in Iowa.

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