Dr. Jorge Rodriguez
Assistant Professor, Instructional Faculty
Attallah College of Educational Studies
Expertise: Critical Teaching and Pedagogy; Cultural Politics of Identity; Official and Unofficial Knowledge; Urban Education; Youth Resilience and Self Determination; Arts and Education
Office Location: Reeves Hall 237
- University of California, Irvine, Bachelor of Arts
University of Wisconsin - Madison, Master of Science
University of Wisconsin - Madison, Ph.D.
Recent Creative, Scholarly Work and Publications
Rodriguez, J. F., Reed, C., Garcia, K., (2020). “It was time for us to take a stand”: An Ethnic Studies Classroom and the Power of Youth Voice in L., Hogg, Pedagogies of With-ness: Students, Teachers, Voice and Agency (Ch. 6)
Rodriguez, J. F. (2019). Understanding the Politics of Knowledge and How it Unfolds in the United States: The Mexican American Studies Program, and the Ethnic Studies Ban in Tucson AZ. ProQuest.
Rodriguez, J. F. (2014, October 27). Review of Teaching Truly: A Curriculum to Indigenize Mainstream Education by Four Arrows (D. T. Jacobs), K. England-Aytes, G. Cajete, M. R. Fisher, B. A. Mann, B. A., E. Mcgaa, & M. Sorensen. Education Review, 21.
Rodriguez, J. F., (2014). The Struggle is Real, We’ve Been Here Before. Regeneracion News Letter, Chican@ Latin@ Studies, University of Wisconsin Madison. Summer, July 2014, pg. 3.
Rodriguez, J. F., (2014). Calling All affected by the Ethnic Studies Consolidation to Action!! Who’s Education? OUR Education! Regeneracion News Letter, Chican@ Latin@ Studies, University of Wisconsin Madison. Spring April 2014, pg. 3 & 10.