Other Publications

Other Publications 2017-10-25T03:14:00+00:00
  • Andrus, S.H., Kuriloff, P.J., & Jacobs, C.E. (2015). Teaching middle school girls more effectively: Initial results from a national study. Independent School Magazine, 74(3), 16-20.

  • Clonan-Roy, K., Jacobs, C.E., & Nakkula, M.J. (2016). Towards a model of positive youth development specific to girls of color: Perspectives on development, resilience, and empowerment. Gender Issues33(2), 96-121.

  • Jacobs, C.E., Kuriloff, P.J., Andrus, S.H., & Cox, A.B. (2014). Reaching girls. Phi Delta Kappan, 96, 68-73.

  • Jacobs, C.E. (2017). Developing the “oppositional gaze”: Using critical media pedagogy and black feminist thought to promote black girls’ identity development. The Journal of Negro Education, 85(3), 225-238.

  • Jacobs, C.E. (2015). “Where my girls at?”: The experiences of african-american adolescent girls at a predominantly white independent school. In S. M. Ravitch & N.M. Carl (Eds.) Qualitative research: bridging the conceptual, theoretical, and methodological(appendix S). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

  • Jacobs, C.E. (2017). Remember, black girls aren’t doing “just fine”: Supporting black girls in the classroom. In E. Moore Jr., M. Penick-Parks, & A. Michael (Eds.) A guide for white women teaching black boys. Corwin.

  • Kuriloff, P., Andrus, S.H., & Ravitch, S. M. (2011). Messy ethics: Conducting moral participatory action research in the crucible of university-school relations. Mind, Brain and Education. 5(2), 49-62.

  • Kuriloff, P., Soto, A.C., & Garver, R. (2011). The black-white achievement gap in highly selective independent high schools: Towards a model explaining emergent racial differences. In D.T. Slaughter-Defoe, H.C. Stevenson, E.G. Arrington, and D.J. Johnson (Eds.) Black educational choice: Assessing the private and public alternatives to traditional K-12 public schools (pp. 91-105). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

  • Kuriloff, P., Reichert, M., Stoudt, B., & Ravitch, S. (2009). Building research collaboratives among schools and universities: Lessons from the field. Mind, Brain and Education 3(1): 34-44.

  • Reichert, M., Kuriloff, P., & Stoudt, B. (2008). What can we expect of boys? A strategy to help schools hoping for virtue. The Problem with Boys: Beyond recuperative masculinity politics in boys’ education. W. Martino, M. Kehler, & M. Weaver-Hightower (Eds.).

  • Fine, M., & Kuriloff, P. (Guest Editors). (2006). Special Section: Masculine Identities within Social Spaces. Men and Masculinities Page: 257-330.

  • Reichert, M. C., Stoudt, B., & Kuriloff, P. (2006). Don’t love no fight: Healing and identity among urban youth. The Urban Review, 38(3), 187-209.

  • Pluhar, E. I., & Kuriloff, P. (2004). What really matters in family communication about sexuality? A qualitative analysis of affect and style among African American mothers and adolescent daughters. Sex Education4(3), 303-321.

  • Reichert, M., & Kuriloff, P. (2004). Boys’ selves: Identity and anxiety in the looking glass of school life. The Teachers College Record, 106(3), 544-573.

  • Kuriloff, P., & Reichert, M. C. (2003). Boys of class, boys of color: Negotiating the academic and social geography of an elite independent school. Journal of Social Issues, 59(4), 751-769.

  • McGrath, D. J., & Kuriloff, P. J. (1999). Unnatural Selection on the Unstructured Playground. School Community Journal, 9(2), 41-65.

  • McGrath, D. J., & Kuriloff, P. J. (1999). “They’re Going to Tear the Doors Off this Place”: Upper-Middle-Class Parent School Involvement and the Educational Opportunities of Other People’s Children. Educational Policy, 13(5), 603-629.