The SoJo Journal

Volume 1 #1, 2015

CONTENTS
Volume 1, Issue 1, 2015

Editor’s Corner—Keeping Critical Scholarship Alive in Stark Times: An Intellectual Commitment to Social Justice, Equity, and Educational Foundations, Brad J. Porfilio

ARTICLES
From Paradigm Wars to Transformative Leadership: Can Educational Administration Foster Socially Just Schools? Carolyn M. Shields

Neoliberalism and the Teaching of English Learners: Decentering the Teacher and Student Subject, Adrian D. Martin and Kathryn J. Strom

Recognize, Resist, and Reconstitute: An Ecocritical Conceptual Framework, John Lupinacci and Alison Happel-Parkins

The “Cynical Recklessness” of Capital: Machinery, Becoming, and Revolutionary Marxist Social Studies Education, Curry Malott and Derek R. Ford

Brothers Gonna Work It Out: African American Males’ Perceptions of Manhood, Jennifer Esposito, Miles Anthony Irving, Michael Bartone, Brian Harmon, and Romero Stokes

Heliaki: Transforming Literacy in Tonga Through Metaphor, Kevin Smith

Family Literacy Initiatives: Relocating Power, Katherine Becker and Libbi Miller

Neoliberalism and the New Common Sense in Education: A Marxist Critique, Dave Hill, Faith Agostinone-Wilson, and Lilia D. Monzó

BOOK REVIEW
The New Political Economy of Urban Education: Neoliberalism, Race, and the Right to the City. New York, Routledge, by P. Lipman Reviewed by Zane Wubbena

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