Dialogues in Social Justice: An Adult Education Journal

Dialogues in Social Justice: An Adult Education Journal (DSJ) is a scholarly, blind peer-reviewed, open-access journal which seeks to publish a unique blend of  original high-quality research, policy and practice articles, reflection essays, arts-based work, book reviews, and resources related to all aspects of social justice in the field of adult, continuing, and higher education.

 


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Theme Issue: Genderered Injustice in Museum Spaces

 
DSJ will publish this themed issue focusing on gendered injustice in museum spaces in May 2018. This themed issue seeks to explore the role museum spaces play in promoting or challenging gendered injustice. Gender is not a proxy for woman and female but rather this issue hopes to explore various gendered identities, their intersectionalities and the factors that impact how they are (re)presented in museum spaces.  
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Vol 2, No 2 (2017)

The current issue of Dialogues in Social Justice: An Adult Education Journal is now available. Select the image to view in its entirety or select a link below to view individually. DSJ is accepting manuscripts, reflections, reviews, and arts-based work for upcoming themed issues.

 

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Table of Contents

From the Editors

Editors' Notes PDF
Rodney Maiden, Joni Schwartz

Research Articles

The Way It Is (2014) PDF
Rafael DeJesus
Critical Points of Resistance: Preparing Adult Educators to Educate Inside the U.S. Prison System PDF
Dominique T. Chlup
Empowering the Marginalized: The Challenges and Opportunities of Teaching Communication in a Women’s Detention Facility PDF
Rachel Clancy, Breanne Acio, Denisha Biggers, Courtney Hook, Chelsea Chapman, Dr. Luke Winslow
Jail pedagogies: Teaching and trust in a maximum-security men’s prison PDF
Eleanor M. Novek
The Impact of Positionalities and Identities on Women’s Lives and Experiences in a Gender- Responsive Program (GRP) in a Jail Setting PDF
Lisa Baumgartner, Carolyn L. Sandoval
Prisons, Pedagogy, and Possibilities: An Application of Freire and hooks’ Educational Philosophies PDF
Lindsay D. Scott
Reentry: Advancing Social Justice While Forging New College Student Identities in Transitional Places of Incarceration PDF
Franca Ferrari-Bridgers, Carolyn King, Agnieswka Tuszynska, Rose-Marie Aikas
Human Services/Social Work Students with Criminal Justice Involvement and Internships: A Closer Look at the Prison to College to Career Pathway PDF
Lisa Hale Rose

Reflections

Most Wanted (2010) PDF
Rafael DeJesus
Correcting the Corrections PDF
Carlos Ricard

Book Review & Resources

Social Movement Literacy: Syllabus PDF
Jason Del Gandio
Race, Education and Reintegrating Formerly Incarcerated Citizens PDF
Joni Schwartz
Book Review PDF
Joni Schwartz
Review of BETWEEN THE WORLD AND ME by Ta-Nehisi Coates PDF
ROBIN Beth Levenson
Book Review PDF
Brendaly Drayton

The Practice of Freedom

A Reflection on Rafael DeJesus’ Work & Prison Art Programs PDF
Thierry Gourjon
Grounded But Not Defeated (2013) PDF
Rafael DeJesus

Announcements

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