Publicações

Artigos em revistas internacionais

  • Invited Co-Editor (with Greg Misiaszek) (forthcoming late 2020). Special Issue: Comparative Education and Theories. Beijing International Review of Education. ZHU Xudong and Michael Peters, Journal Editors-in-Chief. Disponível aqui
  • Misiaszek, L.I. (under review, November 2019). “In situ: using timescapes as a pedagogical methodology to explore long-term higher education teaching mentoring.”Teaching in Higher Education (SSCI). 
  • Kahn, Peter E. Kahn & Misiaszek, L.I. (June 2019), “Editorial: Educational mobilities and internationalised higher education: critical perspectives,” Teaching in Higher Education (SSCI), 24(5), 587-598, DOI: 10.1080/13562517.2019.1625120. (Invited to collaborate with one of journal’s editors as) Co-Editor, Teaching in Higher Education (SSCI) bi-annual special issue. 
  • Misiaszek, L. I. (November 2017). “Online education as ‘vanguard’ education: an expert critical educator navigates ‘less traditional’ higher education spaces in the US.” Gender and Education (SSCI), 29(6), 691-708. Disponível aqui.
  • In (August 2018), Routledge Focus volume: Gender and Distance Education: Indian and International Contexts, Routledge, Taylor & Francis, New Delhi. Disponível aqui.
  • Misiaszek, G. W. & Misiaszek, L. I. (May 2016). “Global Citizenship Education and Ecopedagogy at the Intersections: Asian Perspectives in Comparison.” Asian Journal of Education (journal of Seoul National University School of Education), 17(Special Issue), 11-37.
  • Misiaszek, L. I. (April 2015). “The synergistic relationship of the humanities and social theory in Carlos Alberto Torres’ First Freire.” Invited book review symposium of Carlos Alberto Torres’ First Freire: Early Writings in Social Justice Education (2014, New York: Teachers College Press). International Studies in Sociology of Education, 25(2), 5-9. DOI: 10.1080/09620214.2015.1024403.
  • Misiaszek, L. I. (January 2015). “‘You’re Not Able to Breathe’: Conceptualizing the intersectionality of early career, gender, and crisis.” Teaching in Higher Education (SSCI), 20(1), 64-77, DOI: 10.1080/13562517.2014.957267. 
  • Jones, L. I. (June 2012). “Liberating Praxes of Latin American Women Educators in El Salvador, Nicaragua, Bolivia, and Argentina.” Journal of Feminist Studies of Religion (SSCI), 28(1), 197-214. Disponível aqui.
  • Tumosa, Nina, Horvath, K., Huh, T., Livote, E., Howe, J., Jones, L. I., and Kramer, J. (April 2012). “Healthcare Workforce Development in Rural America: When Geriatrics Expertise is 100 Miles Away.” Gerontology & Geriatrics Education, 33(2), 133-151. Disponível aqui.
  • Jones, L. I. (October 2011). “Community development through grassroots education in Argentina: a female social movement with Catholic origins.” University of London, Institute of Education’s International Studies in Catholic Education, 3(2), 198-213. Disponível aqui.
  • Weldon, P., Jones, L. I., Layton, L., Liu, A., Misiaszek, G. W., Quon, A., Rexhepi, J., & Torres, C.A. (January 2011). “Globalization and Higher Education in Southern California: Views from the Professoriate.” Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education (SSCI), 41(1), 5-24. Disponível aqui. 
  • Jones, Lauren & Torres, C. A. (June 2010). The Struggle for Memory and Social Justice Education: Popular Education and Social Movements Reclaiming Latin American Civil Society.” In Pauline Rose (Ed.), Achieving Education for All through public-private partnerships?: Non-state provision of education in developing countries (pp. 95-106). London: Routledge. Disponível aqui. 
  • Jones, L. I. & Arries, J. (February 2009). “Searching for Conscientização: Mentoring Field Work in International Service Learning. In Special issue of Reconstruction: Fieldwork and Interdisciplinary Research,9(1), no pages (website).  Disponível aqui.

Livros

  • Misiaszek, L.I. (forthcoming, 2020). Transforming Aesthetics in Global Citizenship Education: Experimental Essays. Book Series: Critical Global Citizenship Education: Globalization and the Politics of Equity and Inclusion (Carlos Alberto Torres, Ed.), New York: Routledge. 
  • Burke, P.J., Crozier, G., & Misiaszek, L. I. (November 2016/copyright 2017). Changing Pedagogical Spaces in Higher Education: Diversities, Inequalities and Misrecognition. London: Society for Research Into Higher Education Book Series/Routledge. Nominated for the 2018 Society for Educational Studies Book Prize. Disponível aqui.

Capítulos de livro

  • Kayombo, Joel Jonathan and Misiaszek, L.I. (in final revisions, April 2020). “A young dean in a Tanzanian university: transgressing imposterism through dialogical autoethnography.” In Taylor, Yvette, Maddie Breeze, and Michelle Addison, The Palgrave Handbook of ‘Imposter Syndrome’ in Higher Education. London: Palgrave.
  • Misiaszek, L.I. (published August 2019, copyright date 2020). “An Introduction Label: Blending New Colors – Enriching the Canvases of Global Citizenship Education.” In Lauren I. Misiaszek (Ed.), Exploring the Complexities in Global Citizenship Education: Hard Spaces, Methodologies, and Ethics. Book Series: Critical Global Citizenship Education: Globalization and the Politics of Equity and Inclusion (Carlos Alberto Torres, Ed.), New York: Routledge. 
  • Misiaszek, L. I. (2019). “Engaging gender and Freire: from discoursal vigilance to concrete possibilities for inclusion.” In Torres, Carlos Alberto (Ed.) Wiley Handbook of Paulo Freire. Boston: Wiley Blackwell Publishing.
  • Misiaszek, L.I. (January 2018). “China with ‘Foreign Talent’ Characteristics: A ‘Guerrilla’ Autoethnography of Performing ‘Foreign Talentness’ in a Chinese University.” In Taylor, Yvette and Kinneret Lahad, Feeling Academic in the Neoliberal University: Feminist Flights, Fights and Failures. London: Palgrave. Disponível aqui.  
  • Misiaszek, L. I. (May 2013). “Torres profesor, Torres consejero, Torres pedagogo: una reflexión sobre los componentes epistemológicos de la sociología política de la educación de Carlos Alberto Torres.” In César Geronimo Tello (Ed.), Las epistemologías de la política educativa: enfoques y perspectivas para el análisis de políticas educativas. Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil: Mercado de Letras. Disponível aqui.
  • Jones, L. I. (December 2012). “Women’s Theologies, Women’s Pedagogies: Globalization, Education, and Liberation in Nicaragua in a comparative perspective.” In Davies, Diab, Gross (Eds.), Gender, Religion and Education in a Chaotic Postmodern World (pp. 41-53). London: Springer. Disponível aqui.
  • Misiaszek, G. W., Jones, L. I., & Torres, C. A. (August 2011). “Selling Out Academia? Higher Education, Economic Crises, and Freire’s Generative Themes.” In K. Kempner, S. Marginson, I. Ordorika & B. Pusser (Eds.), Universities Beyond the Market: Knowledge creation and state building in the era of globalization (pp. 179-196). New York: Routledge. Disponível aqui.
  • Jones, L. I. “Verbete-Libertação” (2008). In Streck, D., Redin, Euclides, and Zitkoski, Jaime José (Eds.), Dicionário Paulo Freire (pp. 243-244). Belo Horizonte: Autêntica. Disponível aqui.

Outras publicações

  • Invited contributor, Misiaszek, L.I. (under review, November 2019). “Together in the underbelly of widening international participation in the Middle Kingdom.” 2019 Occasional Paper, Center of Excellence for Equity in Higher Education, University of Newcastle (Australia) (QS Top 1% of global universities): Reconceptualising Widening Participation through Praxis.
  • Invited contributor, Misiaszek, L.I. (In press, expected Spring 2020) 2019 Occasional Paper, Center of Excellence for Equity in Higher Education, University of Newcastle (Australia) (QS Top 1% of global universities): Stories from Praxis.
  • Misiaszek, L.I. (October 2017). “Reflections on book-writing in progress: Exploring the Complexities in Global Citizenship Education: Hard Spaces, Methodologies, and Ethics,” Occasional Papers, Center of Excellence for Equity in Higher Education, University of Newcastle (Australia), Issue 02, pp. 70-83. Disponível aqui.
  • Burke, Penny Jane and Misiaszek, L.I. (October 2017). “Introduction to the International Network on Gender, Social Justice and Praxis,” Occasional Papers, Center of Excellence for Equity in Higher Education, University of Newcastle (Australia), Issue 02, pp. 2-6. Disponível aqui.
  • Misiaszek, L.I. (October 2017), poem: “Just three meditations on time.” In “Constructing a Radical World of Imagination Through Feminist (Writing) Methodologies and Praxis,” Occasional Paper, Center of Excellence for Equity in Higher Education, University of Newcastle (Australia), Issue 2, 19-21. Disponível aqui.
  • Misiaszek, G. W. and Misiaszek, L.I. (October 2016). “Critical Pedagogies and research: transformative role of education in poverty eradication in China.” Invited monograph, International Symposium on China Path toward Poverty Eradication and Comprehensive Well-off Society (消除贫困与实现全面小康的中国道路”国际学术研讨会), School of Marxism, Peking University, Beijing.
  • Misiaszek, L.I. & WAN Xinke (2016), “开展性教育的常用方法:倾听圈” (“Developing sexual health education methods: listening circles”), chapter and related PPT, adaptation of Joe Proviser’s An introduction to council for educators: Training manual, in consultation with Joe Proviser, for forthcoming ZiGen-funded ZiGen/BNU Center for Multicultural Education/UNESCO girls sexual health and security rural teachers training manual. All translation by WAN Xinke. First adaption of council circle methodology/pedagogy for Chinese context/in Mandarin.
  • Contributor, Continuing Professional Development (CPD) resource pack: Burke, Penny Jane and Gill Crozier (2013) Teaching Inclusively: Changing Pedagogical Spaces. London: The Society for Research in Higher Education.
  • Jones, L. I. (Fall 2009). “Featured Article: Teaching at the Intersections: Community, Liberation Theology, and Feminism.” UCLA GSEIS SSCE Newsletter, 2(1).