Publications

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 https://citejournal.org/volume-21/issue-1-21/social-studies/the-tip-of-the-iceberg-immaterial-labor-technoskepticism-and-the-teaching-profession/

Adams, E. (2021). Being before: Three Deleuzian becomings in teacher education. Professional Development in Education https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19415257.2021.1891954

Adams, E. & Kerr, S. (2021). Always Already There: Social studies as intra-disciplinary. Pedagogies https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1554480X.2020.1870470

Adams, E. (2020).  It’s about perspective! Rethinking economics with Modern Monetary Theory. Theory and Research in Social Education (book review) https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00933104.2020.1833289?journalCode=utrs20

Adams, E., Kerr, S., Wurzburg, E. (2020). The Final Cut?: Making Three Minute Theory’s What are Societies of Control?. Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology https://journals.oslomet.no/index.php/rerm

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.https://coe.uga.edu/academics/concentrations/social-studies-education

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. https://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_newfound-ebooks/16/

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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