Contents: George W. Noblit/Beth Hatt-Echeverria: Introduction: The Future of Educational Studies in the United States – Bryan
McKinley/Jones Brayboy: The History of Anthropology and Future Research: Conducting «Fieldwork» – David Levine: Reform and
Conflict in U.S. Urban Education During the Early Twentieth Century: Reflections on the Interpretive Struggle – Lynda Stone:
Philosophy of Education as Guild Work – Steve Tozer: Making the Philosophical Practical – Mary Abascal-Hildebrand: Community
as Text: Applying Ricoeurean Conceptions of Metaphor in Understanding Cultural Relations – Magnus O. Bassey: Foundational
Studies in Teacher Education: A New Imperative – Clinton Collins: A New Class of Heroes: Fallout from the Clinton-Lewinsky
Skandal – Hye-Kyeong Pae: Global Education from an Ecological Perspective: To Become a Global Citizen – Huey-li Li: Rethinking
Virtual Community as Pedagogical Enterprise – Lanese Kwegyir Aggrey: White Identity Development in Preservice Teacher Education
– Evelyn Sears: «Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired»: Exploring How the Story of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party
Can Enrich Multicultural Curricula – Lesley Shore: Good/Bad Girls and the Women Who Teach Them: A Renewed Call for Media Literacy
– Angelique Williams/John A. Xanthopoulos: An Alternative to Criminal Behavior: Educating Inmates as Captive Students or Just
Captives? – Beth Hatt-Echeverria: Prison Perspectives on Pedagogy – David M. Dees: Foundations of Education and Acting Theory?
You’ve Got to Be Kidding! – Monte Piliawsky: Educational Reform or Corporate Agenda? State Takeover of Detroit’s Public Schools
– Mary E. Weems: I Speak From the Wound in My Mouth: A Critical Response to a Confrontation with Institutionalized Racism
– A. Keith Carreiro: Inquiry That Incites Insight – George W. Noblit/Beth Hatt-Echeverria/Sherick A. Hughes: Where Identity
Meets Knowledge: The Future of Educational Studies.