Adams, E., Wurzburg, E & Kerr, S (2021). The tip of the iceberg: Immaterial labor, technoskepticism and the teaching profession. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education

Adams, E. (2021). Being before: Three Deleuzian becomings in teacher education. Professional Development in Education

Adams, E. & Kerr, S. (2021). Always Already There: Social studies as intra-disciplinary. Pedagogies

Adams, E. (2020).  It’s about perspective! Rethinking economics with Modern Monetary Theory. Theory and Research in Social Education (book review)

Adams, E., Kerr, S., Wurzburg, E. (2020). The Final Cut?: Making Three Minute Theory’s What are Societies of Control?. Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology

Adams, E. & An, S. (2020) Thinking with theory in a civil rights center. Social Studies Research and Practice, 15(2), 167-182.

Adams, E. (2020). Whose [economic] knowledge is it, anyway? Critical Education.

Adams, E. (2019). Where have all the people gone? Social Studies Education Review, 8(1), 1-29.

Adams, E. (2019). Economics and the civic mission of social studies education: 2 Critiques of neoclassicism. Citizenship, Social and Economic Education, 18(1) 16–32.

Adams, E. (2019).  Twenty years of economics curriculum: Trends, issues and transformations? The Social Studies, 110(3), 131-145.

Adams, E. (2019). Economics is for everyone (Book Review). Theory and Research in Social Education, 47(3), 465-470.

Adams, E., Fordham, M., Maiden, M., Sandberg, R., Webb, E. (2018).  Troublemaking is a Verb. Book Review of Troublemakers: Lessons in Freedom from Young Children at School.  Journal of Social Studies Research, 42(4), 411-415.  *Book review essay with KSU undergraduates

Kerr, S. & Adams, E. (2017). What do you see? Visual(izing) social studies for all students. Oregon Social Studies Journal, 5(1), 30-41. 

Adams, E. (2016). Childhood is a social study:  A Book Review of Social Studies and Young Children. Journal of Social Studies Research, 40 (4), p.339-342.

Adams, E. (2015). Finding Civics in the Grocery Store: A Community-Based Field Trip to Foster Critical Awareness and Agency. Social Studies and the Young Learner. March/April 2015.  

Contributions to edited volumes:

Adams, E., Ford, J., An, S., and Rodriguez, S. (forthcoming). “White teachers, Brown yoga: Teacher candidates learning yoga” in C.H. Gelber (Ed.) Practicing Yoga as Resistance: Voices of Color in Search of Freedom. Routledge .

Adams, E. (2020). Grammar Matters. In Hawkman, A. and Shear, S. (Eds.) Articulating Whiteness in Social Studies Information Age Publishing

Adams, E. (2018). “Family” in Helmsing, M., Whitlock, A. & Krutka, D. (Eds.) Keywords in the Social Studies:  Concepts and Conversations (pp.169-180). Peter Lang

Adams, E. (2017). “An Hour in our town” in Grant, S.G. & Swan, K. Teaching Social Studies: A Methods Book for Methods Teachers (pp. 209-214). Information Age Publishing 

Adams, E. (2017). The Possibilities of A Lesson Before Dying as a Social Studies Teacher Education Text: A Teacher Educator’s Thoughts. In R.A. Bedenbaugh (Ed.) Toward Justice: Reflections on A Lesson Before Dying (pp. 59-61). Knoxville, TN:  Newfound Press eBooks.

Mathews, S. & Adams, E. (2015). “Examining community in teacher education through participatory photography projects” in Crowe, A. & Cuenca, A. Rethinking Social Studies Teacher Education for 21st Century Citizenship (pp. 295-319).   Springer

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