Open-access E-journal for 
International Scholars, Practitioners, and Students of Multicultural Education

ISSN: 1559-5005
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Electronic Magazine of Multicultural Education

THIS ISSUE
(SPRING 2002: vol. 4, no. 1)

Theme:
Language, Identity, and Politics

ARTICLES:
 Coombs Golafshani Shaw 

OPEN FORUM:
Bigler

REVIEWS:
Art Books
Multimedia

CONTRIBUTORS

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Call for Papers
Call for Reviewers
Issue Themes
Acknowledgments
About EMME
About the Editors

Heewon Chang, Ph. D.
Editor-in-Chief
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Copy Editor

 
Hwa Young Caruso,  Ed. D. &  John Caruso, Jr. , Ph. D.
Art Review Editors 
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Assistant Editor

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CONTRIBUTORS
(alphabetically listed)


 

Ellen Bigler, is an associate professor at Rhode Island College where she holds a joint appointment in Anthropology and Educational Studies.  An educator in New York State schools for fourteen years, she also served as a consultant to the New York State Department of Education on its k-12 Latino curriculum project, "Latinos in the Making of the USA: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow."  She is also the author of American Conversations: Puerto Ricans, White Ethnics, and Multicultural Education (Temple University Press, 1999)  (She may be reached at ebigler@ric.edu)

Dianne R. Coombs, is completing twenty-two years of teaching.  Sixteen and a half of those years were in the St. Louis Public Schools in a non-integrated urban high school for African American students.  She is completing her second year working with Hispanic students.  (She may be reached at dcoombs@eagleschools.net )

Nahid Golafshani is a Ph. D. candidate and researcher in the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto, where she works with a diverse group of students and faculties. Her research areas include multicultural teaching and learning, teachers’ beliefs, and problem-based mathematics learning and teaching.  (She may be reached at ngolafshani@oise.utoronto.ca)

Julie Shaw is currently a graduate student completing M. Ed. in Multicultural Education program and Secondary School Certification in Biology at Eastern University.  After completing her undergraduate study in biology at Villanova University, she worked for over seven years with a major educational media distributor, evaluating and marketing educational products matching the curriculum needs of schools and libraries across the United States.  (She can be reached at jshaw@eastern.edu)