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2021 Winners of the AESA Critics’ Choice Book Award

Camicia, S. P., & Knowles, R. (2021). Education for democracy: A renewed approach to civic inquiries for social justice. Information Age Publishing.

Cole, E. R. (2020). The campus color line: College presidents and the struggle for Black freedom. Princeton University Press.

Diem, S., & Welton, A.D. (2020). Anti-racist educational leadership and policy: Addressing racism in public education. Routledge.

Edwards, E. B., & Esposito, J. (2020). Intersectional analysis as a method to analyze popular culture: Clarity in the matrix. Routledge.

Heybach, J. A., & Fraser-Burgess, S. (2019). Making sense of race in education: Practices for change in difficult times. Myers Education Press.

Jackson, L. (2020). Beyond virtue: The politics of educating emotions. Cambridge University Press.

Ríos Vega, J. A. (2020). High school Latinx counternarratives: Experiences in school and post-graduation. Peter Lang, Inc.

Shockley, K. G. & Lomotey, K. (2020). African-centered education: Theory and practice. Myers Education Press.

Silver, B. R. (2020). The cost of inclusion: How student conformity leads to inequality on college campuses. The University of Chicago Press.

Stemhagen K., & Henney, C. (2021). Democracy and mathematics education: Rethinking school math for our troubled times. Routledge.

Turner, E. O. (2020). Suddenly diverse: How school districts manage race and inequality. The University of Chicago Press.

Wozolek, B. (2021). Assemblages of violence in education: Everyday trajectories of oppression. Routledge.

Critics' Choice Book Awards


Each year, a committee of AESA members selects a number of titles it regards as outstanding books that may be of interest to those in educational studies. These books are designated as AESA Critics’ Choice Award winners and are displayed prominently at the annual meeting.

The Critics’ Choice Award serves to recognize and increase awareness of recent scholarship deemed to be outstanding in its field and of potential interest to members of the Association.

Any inquiries regarding this award can be directed to the award Chair:
Eleanor Blair
Western Carolina University
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