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Rochelle Brock portrait

Rochelle Brock

Associate Professor, Executive Director

Hawthorn Hall 303

Publications

PUBLICATIONS

Sample Books

Brock, R. (2005). Sista talk: The personal and the pedagogical. New York: Peter Lang Publishing. http://www.peterlang.com/index.cfm?cid=165#5679638

Brock, R., Mallot. C., & Villaverde, L. (2011). Teaching Joe Kincheloe. New York: Peter Lang. (Equal authorship in alphabetical order.) http://www.peterlang.com/index.cfm?cid=165#5679637

Brock, R. & Goodman, G. (2013). Schools suck: Arguments for alternative education. New York: Peter Lang. http://www.peterlang.com/index.cfm?cid=165#5679639

Brock, R. (contract accepted). Keepin’ it real: What every new urban teacher needs to know. New York: Peter Lang.

Orelus, P & Brock, R (in preparation). The Soul of Critical Pedagogy: The voices of People of Color in the movement.

Sample Refereed Articles 

Brock, R. (2012). They Fought a Good Fight: SNCC and Civil Rights in Mississippi. African Islamic Series (5)

Brock, R. (June 2011). Recovering from “Yo mama is so stupid…”: (En)Gendering a critical paradigm on Black feminist theory and pedagogy. [Special issue: Stepping Out of the Academic Brew: Using Critical Research to Break Down hierarchies of Knowledge Production] International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. 24, (3), 379-396.

Brock, R. (October 2010). Dear Joe: A poem, a picture, a song. Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies. 10(5), 371-372.

Brock, R. (Spring 2003). The theory and the practice of my pedagogy. Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education. 7(1), 61-76.

Sample Book Chapters

Brock, R. (2010). What does “good” urban teaching look like. In S. Steinberg (Ed.), 19 Urban questions (2nd edition). (pp. 126-144). New York: Peter Lang.

Brock, R. (2010). Debunking the myths about the urban family: A constructed conversation. In M. M. Marsh & T. Turner-Vorbeck. (Eds.), Learning to listen to families in schools (pp. 41-53). New York: Teachers College Press.

Brock, R. (2007). Becoming whole through critical thought: A recipe. In J. Kincheloe & R. Horn (Eds.), The prager handbook of educational psychology: An encyclopedia (Vols. 1-4) (pp. 703-708). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Brock, R. (2007). Using critical thinking to understand a Black woman’s identity: Expanding consciousness in an urban education classroom. In J. Kincheloe & R. Horn (Eds.), The prager handbook of educational psychology: An encyclopedia (Vols. 1-4) (pp. 636-641). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Brock, R., & Kincheloe, J. (2007). Educational psychology in a new paradigm: Learning a democratic way of teaching. In J. Kincheloe & R. Horn (Eds.), The prager handbook of educational psychology: An encyclopedia (Vols. 1-4) (pp. 899-906). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Brock, R. (2006). Becoming whole through critical thought: A recipe. In J. Kincheloe & K. Hayes (Eds.), Students in the city (pp. 636-641). New York: Peter Lang.

Sample Grants

Professional Development. (Sub-Contract). 21st Century Middle School Learning Initiative. Gary Community School Corporation. (2010-2011). $30,000.00.

Sony Scholarship Program. Technology in Teaching & Research. (2010). $22,000.00.

Faculty Research Fellow. Lilly Endowment Sustaining Grant for the Initiative to Promote Opportunities through Educational Collaborations. Indiana University Northwest. (2010). $5,000.00.

PHS-NIH National Institute of General Medical Science. Principal Investigator. Diversity in Biomedical Science. Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. (2004-2005). $16,661.00.

Gift. Principal Investigator. Cultural Palooza Initiative. Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. (2003-2004). $30,000.00.

Sample Peer Reviewed Presentations

Brock, R. (2013). Pedagogy of the oppressed: Transforming teacher education. (Chair). American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA.

Brock, R. (2012). Art, Teaching and Social Justice. International Institute for Critical Pedagogy and Transformative Leadership. Noto, Italy.

Brock, R. (2012). Supporting epistemological diversity and widening the struggle for justice: New directions in critical qualitative research. (Symposium). American Educational Research Association. Vancouver, CA.

Brock, R. (2012). Journal Talk: International Journal of Critical Pedagogy. American Educational Research Association. Vancouver, CA.

Brock, R. (April 2011). Saints and sluts: Racialized pedagogies of the good girl/bad girl in global youth culture Part I. (Symposium). American Educational Research Association. Denver, CO.

Brock, R. (April 2010). Saints and sluts: Racialized pedagogies of the good girl/bad girl in global youth culture Part II. (Chair). American Educational Research Association. Denver, CO.

Brock, R. (April 2010). Curriculum possibilities: Beyond marginalized voices and neglected traditions. (Paper Presentation). American Educational Research Association. Denver, CO.

Sample Invited Presentations

March, 2012. Deconstructing Sista talk: The personal and the pedagogical. (Invited Lecture). University of North Carolina, Greensboro.

November, 2011. New directions in qualitative research. African American Studies. Fall Speaker Series. (Invited Lecture). University of Houston.

October, 2011. Hip-hop curriculum and urban schooling. (Invited Lecture). Institute for Ecological Studies. University of Utrecht. The Netherlands.

October, 2011. Got to keep moving forward despite it all. Initiative for Critical Discussion. (Keynote Speaker). Korinthos, Greece.

October, 2011. Avenues for publishing: Peter Lang. San Francisco University. (Presenter). San Francisco. CA.

June, 2011. Global urban education. African and African American Studies, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H.

March, 2010. A talk with students: Sista talk: The personal and the pedagogical. (Invited Lecture). University of North Carolina, Greensboro.

August, 2010. Becoming a scholar through the McNair Program: Seventeen years later. (Keynote Speaker). McNair Scholars Program Faculty and Directors Dinner. University California, Berkeley. Berkeley, CA.