On the Office Hours podcast, Thomas remembers what it was like the first time she read Harry Potter, and how that sparked her investigations of race in children’s literature.
Penn GSE’s Ebony Elizabeth Thomas’ forthcoming book explores race and representation in fantasy and science fiction.
Gabrielle Oliveira’s nuanced and complex look at Mexican families, Motherhood Across Borders: Immigrants and Their Children in Mexico and New York, was awarded the first Ethnography in Education Book Award.
Writing in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Sigal Ben-Porath said the president’s proposal drifts into “thought-police territory.”
Ebony Elizabeth Thomas highlights a few titles for young readers that didn't quite make her annual best-of list for 2018.
Penn GSE's Ebony Elizabeth Thomas says 2018 saw a leap in realistic portrayals of diverse characters in books aimed at early independent readers.
The series will feature three more talks from visiting scholars in the spring semester.
Penn GSE launches HEARD: The Hub for Equity, Anti-Oppression, Research, and Development.
In a conversation co-sponsored by Penn GSE, Hill called Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation hearing a "disservice to the American public."
Penn GSE’s Center for Minority Serving Institutions offers lessons for how leaders at any college could better engage students through social media.
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