Dominique Hill and Durell Callier, seen above in one of our Qualitative Conversation and performing “Terrible educations” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gGHqXTNPHA have published their first book. Who Look at Me?!: Shifting the Gaze of Education Through Blackness, Queerness, and the Body (Brill/Sense, 2019).
Continuing the work of June Jordan and Langston Hughes, and based on their work as a Black queer artist collective known as Hill L. Waters, the book provides alternative tools for reading about and engaging with the lived experiences of Black youth and educational research for and about Black youth. Shifting the Gaze of Education was recently featured in “Black Perspectives,” here is a link to the article which can give you some insights into the book and its usefulness.
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