Maribel Santiago
Maribel Santiago
University of Washington, Michigan State University, Stanford University
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Erasing differences for the sake of inclusion: How Mexican/Mexican American students construct historical narratives
M Santiago
Theory & Research in Social Education 45 (1), 43-74, 2017
Historical inquiry to challenge the narrative of racial progress
M Santiago
Cognition and Instruction 37 (1), 93-117, 2019
Teaching anti-essentialist historical inquiry
M Santiago, E Castro
The Social Studies 110 (4), 170-179, 2019
A framework for an interdisciplinary understanding of Mexican American school segregation
M Santiago
Multicultural Education Review 11 (2), 69-78, 2019
Güeras, Indigenas y Negros: A framework for teaching Mexican American racial/ethnic histories
M Santiago
Teaching and learning the difficult past, 137-148, 2018
Agency and resilience in the face of challenge as civic action: Lessons learned from across ethnic communities
J Anderson, M Bang, BMJ Brayboy, V Cati, KD Gutiérrez, D Hicks, L Ho, ...
Educating for civic reasoning and discourse, 157-243, 2021
From multicultural to romanticized representations of the past: How Mendez v. Westminster's significance shapeshifts to appeal to different contexts
M Santiago
Journal of Social Studies Research 44 (1), 2020
Mendez v. Westminster, 1947: Teaching a new chapter of history
M Santiago
The Phi Delta Kappan 94 (6), 35-38, 2013
Teaching a new chapter of History
M Santiago
Phi Delta Kappan 94 (6), 35-38, 2013
Civic life in the neighborhood: Leveraging historical context to teach injustice in the elementary grades
AL Halvorsen, M Santiago, E Castro, A Whitford
Social Studies Journal 38 (2), 2, 2018
History is critical: Addressing the false dichotomy between historical inquiry and criticality
M Santiago, T Dozono
Theory & Research in Social Education, 1-23, 2022
Diluting Mexican American History for Public Consumption: How Mendez Became the “Mexican American Brown
M Santiago
Teachers College Record 122 (8), 1-30, 2020
The Unintended Consequences of VAM: Excluding Latinx Social Studies Topics
M Santiago, H Kang
Education and Urban Society, 00131245221106712, 2022
8 Güeras, Indígenas y Negros
M Santiago
Teaching and Learning the Difficult Past: Comparative Perspectives, 2018
Helping Pre-Service Teachers Understand the Complexity of Latina/o Identity and Discrimination
M Santiago
Journal of Teacher Education Insider,, 2016
Reconceptualizing the Teaching of Mexican American Contributions in U.S. History: A Case Study on Mendez v. Westminster
M Santiago
Stanford University, 2015
History Education and the Construction of National Identities
M Santiago
The Journal of Social Studies Research 38 (2), 111-113, 2014
Using this guide
F Naiditch, M Santiago, DM Chu
Phi Delta Kappan 94 (6), 26-29, 2013
Shape-Shifting Segregation Policies
M Santiago
Teaching a new chapter of
M Santiago
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