Publications & Presentations

PUBLICATIONS

Rodríguez, N. N. (2017).  "They didn't do nothing wrong!" Teaching Japanese American incarceration. Social Studies & the Young Learner, 30(2), 17-23.

Naseem Rodríguez, N. & Ip, R. (2017, in press). “Hidden in History: (Re)Constructing Asian American history in elementary social studies classrooms.”  Book chapter in (Re)Imagining Elementary Social Studies: A Controversial Issues Reader.

Naseem Rodríguez, N. (2017, in press). "Not All Terrorists: A teacher educator's approach to teaching against Islamophobia and for religious tolerance." Book chapter in (Re)Imagining Elementary Social Studies: A Controversial Issues Reader.

Naseem Rodríguez, N. (2017, in press). Elementary social studies lessons using The Arrival and Inside Out and Back Again. Notable Books, Notable Lessons.  Washington, D.C.: National Council of the Social Studies.

Salinas, C., Naseem Rodríguez, N., & Blevins, B. (2017). English language learners and the social studies.  The Handbook of Social Studies Research. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. 

Salinas, C., Fránquiz, M., & Naseem Rodríguez, N. (2016). Writing Latina/o historical narratives: Narratives at the intersection of critical historical inquiry and LatCrit. The Urban Review, 48(3), 419-439.

Salinas, C., Naseem Rodríguez, N., & Ayala Lewis, B. (2015). The Tejano History Curriculum Project: Creating a Space for Authoring Tejanas/os into the Social Studies Curriculum. Bilingual Research Journal, 38(2), 1-18.  DOI: 10.1080/15235882.2015.1066275

Naseem Rodríguez, N. (2015).  Teaching Angel Island through historical empathy and poetry. Social Studies and the Young Learner, (27)3, 22-25.

Manuscripts in Preparation

Naseem Rodríguez, N. (2017). "You can be a bridge": Toward cultural citizenship education in elementary classrooms.

Ramaprasad, V. & Naseem Rodríguez, N. (2016). A Different Kind of Brown: A Postcolonial Investigation of South Asian American Preservice Teacher Identities.”

Naseem Rodríguez, N. & Ramaprasad, V. (2016). "Surrounded by a Sea of Whiteness": An AsianCrit Examination of South Asian American Preservice Teachers.

PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES & OTHER PRESENTATIONS

2016

  • Teaching Asian American history with children’s literature.  Power presentation at the annual conference of the National Council of the Social Studies (NCSS), Washington, D.C. (accepted for December 2016)

  • East goes West: (Re)constructing Asian American histories in elementary classrooms. Paper presentation at the Scholars of Color Forum, College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) of the annual conference of the National Council of the Social Studies (NCSS), Washington, D.C. (accepted for November 2016)
  • Teaching Local Asian American History (with Phonshia Nie, Austin History Center). Invited session at Social Studies Institute, Austin Independent School District, Austin, TX.
  • Chinese Laborers in the American West. "Awesome Americans" series for social studies teachers, Austin Independent School District, Austin, TX.
  • Where are you REALLY from?  An AsianCrit Examination of Asian American Elementary Teachers.  Panel presentation at the Cultural Studies in Education (CSE) conference, Austin, TX.

  • Revealing Hidden Histories: Asian American Teachers’ Approaches to Teaching Asian American History in Elementary Schools. Roundtable session at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Washington, D.C.

  • The Tejano History Curriculum Project: Creating a Space for Authoring Tejanas/os into the Social Studies Curriculum (with Cinthia Salinas). Symposium at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Washington, D.C.

2015

  • ELLs in the Social Studies: Eight Strategies that Improve Instruction presentation at the annual conference of the National Council of the Social Studies (NCSS), New Orleans, LA.
  • Conducting Elementary Social Studies Research in Schools: Challenges and Possibilities, Roundtable Presentation (with Dr. Katherina Payne), College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) of the National Council of the Social Studies (NCSS)
  • ELLs in the Social Studies: Eight Strategies that Improve Instruction (with Dr. Cinthia Salinas), Featured Workshop, National Council of the Social Studies (NCSS)
  • Latina bilingual teachers and Nuestras historias: Using critical historical inquiry in constructing other narratives (with Dr. Cinthia Salinas & Dr. María Fránquiz),  "Identity and Remembrance in History Education" Paper Session, SIG-Teaching History, American Educational Research Association (AERA)
  • Perceptions in the Aftermath: A Case Study of a South Asian American Educator’s Instructional Unit on Terrorism, “Equity and Issues of Ethnicity in Schools” Roundtable, SIG-Critical Examination of Race, Ethnicity, Class and Gender in Education, American Educational Research Association (AERA) 
  • (E)Merging Identities: A Case Study of Asian American Pre-Service Teachers, Poster Session, Division K - Teaching and Teacher Education/Division K - Section 3: Teachers’ and Teacher Educators’ Lives: Lived Experiences, Identities, Socialization and Development, American Educational Research Association (AERA) 
  • Beyond Black & White: Teaching Latino Civil Rights in Bilingual and Dual Language Classrooms (with Dr. Cinthia Salinas)National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE)
  • ELLs in the Social Studies workshop (with Dr. Cinthia Salinas), Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) Winter Meeting

2014

  • Who are Asians?  Examining Cultural Narratives in an Elementary Classroom, "Multicultural Perspectives in Education" Graduate RoundtableCollege and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) of the National Council of the Social Studies (NCSS) 
  • Troubling Traditional Citizenship: Using a sociocultural lens in preparing teachers’ critical understandings (with Dr. Cinthia Salinas), College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) of the National Council of the Social Studies (NCSS)
  • Social Justice Educators Integrating Language Arts and Social Studies Curriculum (with Lucia Cardenas Curiel), Sylvia & Aki Symposium, American Educational Research Association (AERA)
  • Beyond Black & White Civil Rights: Teaching El Movimiento (with Dr. Cinthia Salinas)¡Adelante! Conference for Bilingual/Dual Language Educators

2013

  • Tejano History Curriculum Project: Fourth Graders Becoming Historians in Bilingual Classrooms (with Dr. María Fránquiz, Dr. Cinthia Salinas, Brenda Lewis and Adeli Ynostroza), National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE)

2012

  • Tejano History Curriculum Project: “Kids like me didn’t know we had all these things to be proud of” (with Dr. María Fránquiz, Dr. Cinthia Salinas, Brenda Lewis and Adeli Ynostroza), Texas Association for Bilingual Education (TABE)
  • We are the Campeones: Integrating Fourth Grade Literacy & Fine Arts through Lucha Libre.  Texas Association for Bilingual Education (TABE), (with author/illustrator Xavier Garza) San Antonio Area Association for Bilingual Education (SAAABE), and ¡Adelante! Conference for Bilingual/Dual Language Educators 

2010

  • Empowering Research: One teacher’s study of her school’s tutoring practices, Texas Association for Bilingual Education (TABE)