As usual, I am currently juggling several writing projects.
Capitalism and neoclassical economic theory
Marginalism and its influence on K-12 education and current economic practices
Resistance in high school teachers and teaching
Modern Monetary Theory perspectives for social studies
Revisiting marginalized economic narratives in social studies
Economics calls itself the Queen of the social sciences. But what’s queen doing in a democratic field like social studies? The Queen in the social science: Economics and citizenship education explores economics’ compatibility with the civic goals of social studies
Droids and social subjectivity
At some point I might try to get some stuff about social class published from my dissertation.