AERA Announces 2017 RRE Coeditors
 
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June 2015


Maisha Winn
(University of Wisconsin - Madison)

 
















Mariana Souto-Manning
(Teachers College, Columbia University)

Maisha Winn and Mariana Souto-Manning have been appointed coeditors for the 2017 edition (volume 41) of Review of Research in Education (RRE), the annual AERA journal that focuses on a chosen topic every year.

AERA 2015 President Joyce King appointed the editors, concluding a process that began in the summer of 2014 with a call for nominations, followed by candidate applications and Publications Committee deliberations. The topic for the 2017 volume will be “Disrupting Inequality through Education Research.” Like the 2016 centennial volume of RRE, the 2017 volume will also follow an open call model. The call for proposals will be released late this summer with a due date in the fall.

“I am very pleased to have Maisha Winn and Mariana Souto-Manning on board as coeditors of the 2017 volume of RRE,” said Executive Director Felice J. Levine. “The combination of these excellent scholars and a timely topic should yield a significant work that contributes to knowledge and stimulates future inquiry. An open call will only add to that promise.”

Maisha T. Winn is the Susan J. Cellmer Endowed Chair in English Education and Professor in Language and Literacy in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Education. Prior to joining the Curriculum and Instruction faculty, Professor Winn was an associate professor in the Division of Educational Studies at Emory University for eight years.

Professor Winn was the 2012 recipient of the AERA Early Career Award and a 2014 recipient of the William T. Grant Distinguished Fellowship. She is the author of numerous articles in journals such as Harvard Educational Review; Race, Ethnicity, and Education; Review of Research in Education; International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education; and Research in the Teaching of English.

Some of Winn’s books include Girl Time: Literacy, Justice, and the School-to-Prison Pipeline (Teachers College Press) and Humanizing Research: Decolonizing qualitative inquiry with youth and communities (coedited with Django Paris with Sage) as well as other books published under her maiden name (Maisha T. Fisher).

Mariana Souto-Manning, Ph.D., is Associate Professor and Program Coordinator of the Early Childhood Education Program at Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a former preschool and primary grades teacher and now teaches courses related to early literacy, multicultural education, and critical pedagogy.

 

She directs the QUIERE (Quality Universally-Inclusive Early Responsive Education) Project, a US DOE-funded project which prepares teachers to work with young children with dis/abilities from low-income, immigrant, bilingual backgrounds in rich ways. 

 

She is a recipient of a number of research awards issued by AERA, the American Educational Studies Association, the National Association of Early Childhood Educators, and the National Conference on Research in Language and Literacy, including the AERA Division K Innovations in Research on Diversity in Teacher Education Award.

 

Souto-Manning is author of the award-winning book Multicultural Teaching in the Early Childhood Classroom: Tools, Strategies and Approaches (Teachers College Press, 2013). She also authored other books, including Freire, Teaching, and Learning: Culture Circles Across Contexts. Her work can be found in journals such as Linguistics and Education, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Research in the Teaching of English, English Education, and Teachers College Record.
 
 
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