PUBLICATIONS

Chapter Contributions

Duethnographic encounters: Opening spaces for difficult dialogues in times of uncertainty.

Reid, S., Reid, J., & Reid, J.D. (2019 ). A trioethnnography of our experiences as BlackGay youth. In T. Folwer, M., & W.S. Allen (Eds.), Duethnographic encounters: Opening spaces for difficult dialogues in times of uncertainty. New York, NY: DIO.

Key Concepts in Curriculum Studies: Perspectives on the Fundamentals.

Reid, S. (2019 ). “…And we became dragonflies”: Centering students’ counternarratives in the classroom. In J. Wearing, M. Ingersoll, C. Deluca, B. Bolden, H. Ogden, & T.M. Christou (Eds.), Key Concepts in Curriculum Studies: Perspectives on the fundamentals. New York, NY: Routledge.

Essays on Exclusion: Our Critical, Collective Journey Toward Equity in Education.

Reid, S., & Devereaux, C. (2019). Why can’t you see us? The visibilization of Blackwomen and Blackqueer folx. In P.Boda (Ed.), Essays on exclusion: Our critical, collective journey toward equity in education, pp.65-84.New York, NY: DIO Press Inc.

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Book Reviews

Reid, S. (2020). Book review of We Want To Do More Than Survive: Abolitionist teaching and the pursuit of educational freedom. Urban Education

Other Writing

There's more to our lives: Reflecting on the materials we select to "culturally relevantize" our curricula.

Reid, S. (2020). There's more to our lives: Reflecting on the materials we select to "culturally relevantize" our curricula. Green Schools National Network. 

BlackGayBoysInTheKitchen

Reid, S. (2020). Blackgayboysinthekitchen. Colorbloq

Stay Tuned

Reid, S. (forthcoming). What does culturally relevant pedagogy have to offer with regard to teaching and learning during a time of physical distancing. Journal for Multicultural Education.

Knight-Manuel, M., Reid, S., & Knight, C. (accepted). Culturally relevant teaching, LGBTQ+ youth of color, and inclusive curriculum. Encyclopedia for Social Justice in Education. London: Bloomsbury

Tran, V.A., Saunders, E.C., Reid, S., & Fube, L. (forthcoming). Conceptions of care and graduate student researcher positionality: Struggling to reconcile “researcher” care with personal moral commitments. In K. Clonan-Roy, N. Gross, P. Nagarajan, & V. Vasudevan (Eds.), Caring and being there: Complicating qualitative research with youth in school settings. London: Bloomsbury.

Reid, S., Sealey-Ruiz, Y. & Muhammad, G. E. (forthcoming). Policy brief: Retention of teachers of color. NYU Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools.

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