Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters
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Monreal, T., (2019) The Middle Grades Social Studies Curriculum as a Site of Struggle for Social Justice in Education. In Papa, R. (Ed). Springer Handbook on Promoting Social Justice in Education. Springer, 1-29
Monreal, T., & Weiser, G. (In press, 2019). Integrating Civil Liberties into Middle Grades World History: Bringing Colin Kaepernick into Ancient Mesopotamia. In Hubbard, J. & Harshman, J. (Eds). Extending the Ground of Public Confidence: Teaching Civil Liberties in K-16 Social Studies.
McCorkle, W., Rodriguez, S., & Monreal, T. (2018). Teaching DACA. Social Education. 82(6). 353- 354.
Monreal, T. (2018). No Me Puede Arrestar Por Nada (You can not arrest me for nothing): Using film to investigate Westward “Expansion” and the Borderlands at the turn of the nineteenth century. History Matters! 31(October).
Rodriguez, S. Monreal, T., & Howard, J. (2018) “It’s about hearing and understanding their Stories”: Teacher empathy and socio-political awareness toward newcomer undocumented students in the New Latino South. Journal of Latinos and Education
Monreal, T. (2018). Chicano Power and Youth Resistance: Walking Out for Civil Rights. In Roberts, S. & Elfer, C. (Eds). Hollywood or History? An Inquiry-Based Strategy for Using Film to Teach United States History. Information Age Publishing.