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Love in a Time of AIDS
Wonder(ing) women: Investigating gender politics and art education within graphica
Problems of gender representation persist within many superhero comics, but interventions of critical pedagogy with alternative sources from graphica can address certain inequalities. In thisExpand
Gender, aesthetics, and sexuality in play: Uneasy lessons from girls' dolls, action figures, and television programs
Introduction: Material Culture, Gender, and PlayArt educator Wagner-Ott (2002) suggests in her research that teachers have yet to thoroughly consider students' visual culture of dolls and actionExpand
Superhero Comic Books as Frameworks of Inclusivity and Advocacy for Youth With Disabilities
This article explores cross-cultural collaborations between Syrian and American youth with disabilities interested in promoting social change by creating comic books to advocate for human rights ofExpand
Containing Interwoven Histories: Indigenous Basket Weaving in Art Education
In college and graduate school, I worked as the director of summer arts programs at sleep-away and day camps near the ocean. A paint shortage halfway through one summer led me to sort throughExpand
Technopotters and Webs of Clay: Digital Possibilities for Teaching Ceramics
Abstract A teaching artist examines ways in which the Internet is changing the way ceramicists teach, learn, and work.
Craft Objects and Storytelling
During the Spring of 2011, I was invited to work with New York City public elementary school children in an art and writing workshop residency. The teachers who welcomed me into their classroomsExpand