Publications and Presentations

Co-Editor of Special Issues in Peer Reviewed Journals

Ohito, E. O., Watson, W., Lyiscott, J., Sealey-Ruiz, Y.  (Eds.). (2019) Teaching in the name of love and social justice. The Urban Review. 51(1).

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Watson, W. (2019) We got soul: Exploring how Black women educators reflect on and enact a pedagogy of politicized caring. Equity & Excellence in Education,51(3-4), 362-377.

Ohito, E. O., Watson, W., Lyiscott, J., & Sealey-Ruiz, Y. (2019). Postscript: Visions of Love in Urban Schooling, or A Love Letter from the Editors. The Urban Review: Issues and Ideas in Education, 51(1), 146-148.

Watson, W. (2017). Educating in a ‘Regressive Era’: Exploring the race-full ideological standpoint of Black Women Teachers. The Urban Review, 49(2), 217-238.

Watson, W., Sealey-Ruiz, Y., Jackson, I. (2016). Daring to care: The role of mentoring Black and Latino male high school students. Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Education, 19(5), 980-1002.

Jackson, I., Sealey-Ruiz, Y., Watson, W. (2014). Reciprocal love: Mentoring Black and Latino males through an ethos of care. Journal of Urban Education, 49(4), 394-417.

Book Chapters

Watson, W., Kēhaulani, N. (In Press). Holding space for Teachers of Colors’ elementary ethnic studies inquiries. In C. D. Gist & T. J. Bristol (Eds.), The Handbook of Research   on Teachers of Color.

Book Reviews

Watson, W. (2017). Review of Knowledge and the Future School: Curriculum and Social Justice. Teachers College Record.

Presentations

Watson, W., Devereaux, C. (2019, April). Keeping it politically relevant: Student-centered, reality-based, and capacity-oriented work of Black women teachers. Presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference. Toronto, CA.

Schlessinger, S., Watson, W., Oyler, C. (2019, April). Toward being a critically inclusive pedagogue. Presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference. Toronto, CA.

Watson, W. (2018, November). Starting early: Teacher action research centering developmentally appropriate elementary ethnic studies. Accepted to present at the National Association for Multicultural Education Conference. Memphis, TN.

Watson, W. (2018, October). Teacher inquiry into developmentally appropriate elementary ethnic studies. Presented at the International Conference on Education and Social Justice. Honolulu, HI.

Watson, W. (2018, April). We got soul: Exploring how Black women educators reflect on and enact a pedagogy of politicized caring. Presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference. New York, NY.

Sealey-Ruiz, Y., Watson, W., Jackson, I. (2018, April). The End of Fear: Spoken Word, Life Lessons, and Educating Black and Latino Young Men. Presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference. New York, NY.

Watson, W. (2017, October). Socio-politically informed praxis: Exploring Black women educators’ iterative processes or political clarity informing teaching practices. Presented at California Council on Teacher Education Conference, San Diego, CA.

Watson, W. (2016, March). Integrating classroom community and community engagement into teacher education programs. Presented at the Urban Teacher Education Consortium Conference, Oakland, CA.

Watson, W. (2015, October). Popular Education and Political Organizing: Youth Organizers of Color (Re)Defining Social Justice. Presented at the National Association for Multicultural Education Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Watson, W. and Hossain, S. (2015, July). What’s my responsibility?: Navigating youth and adult roles when dealing with reinforced oppression and trauma. Presented at the Free Minds, Free People Conference, Oakland, CA.

Watson, W. (2015, April). Defining the movement: How youth organizers of color enact social justice praxis. Presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference, Chicago, IL.

Watson, W., Oyler, C., Schlessinger, S. (2012, May). Towards a praxis of critical inclusivity. Presented at Critical Race Studies in Education Association Conference, New York, NY.

Jackson, I., Watson, W., Sealey-Ruiz, Y. (2012, May). Give them something to talk about: Applying racial literacy to examine internal and external labels. Presented at Critical Race Studies in Education Association Conference, New York, NY.

Watson, W., Jackson, I., Sealey-Ruiz, Y. (2012, April). Trust and warm demanding: The impact of culturally relevant care on Black and Latino male student. Presented at American Educational Research Association Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

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