Articles, Book Chapters And Presentations by Year
Chalklen, W. (2018) How White Pre-Service Teachers Perceive Their Black Students and Supervising Teacher in Rural South African Schools. In Carter, N., & Vavrus, M. (2018). Intersectionality of race, ethnicity, class and gender in teaching and teacher education: Movement toward equity in education. Amsterdam: Brill Publishers
Carter, N., Chalklen, W., & Zungu B. (2017) Re-Rooting Roots: The South African Perspective. In Ball, E., & Jackson, K. C. (2017). Reconsidering roots: Race, politics, and memory. Athens: University of Georgia Press.
Etchells, M. J., Deuermeyer, E., Liles, V., Meister, S., Itzel Suarez, M., Chalklen, W. L. (2017). White male privilege: An intersectional deconstruction. Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Studies. 4 (2), 13-27.
Etchells, M. J., Chalklen, W. L., Burlbaw, L. M. (2016). Texas A&M University’s Academic Building as an incubator of knowledge and tradition. Electronic International Journal of Education, Arts, and Science. 2 (Special Issue), 117-130.
Hill-Jackson, V., Chalklen, W., & Kuo, S. (2016) Can online learning be meaningful? Findings from a year-long undergraduate humanities course. Teaching with Technology Journal (TWTJ), College Station, Texas
Chalklen, W., & Morrero, S. Critical Examination of race, gender, class and ethnicity in urban educational settings. American Education Research Association (AERA), Philadelphia, PA, March 2014.
WARREN'S RESEARCH INTERESTS:
CRITICAL RACE THEORY
CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE TEACHING