Contact Information and Office Hours
|Contact Information||Office Hours|
Eureka Hall 431
Tuesday: 1:30- 3:00 pm, 3:30 - 4:30 pm (by appointment only)
Date Joined Faculty: Thursday, August 31, 2000
Areas of Research/Scholarly Activity
Urban Education; Critical Race Theory; Critical Pedagogy; Qualitative Research
EDTE 251 - Education for a Democratic, Pluralistic Society
EDUC 160 - Urban Education
Ph.D. University of California at Davis, Davis, CA, 2003
Education (Language, Literacy and Culture)
Dissertation area: How High Achieving African American
Students Negotiate Their Social and Academic Identities
Advisor: Dr. Karen Watson-Gegeo
Credential University of California at Davis, Davis, CA, 1999
M.A. University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, 1994
Education (Teaching English as a Second Language)
Master's Project: Black English Vernacular and Its Implications
for Classroom Usage
B.A Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA,
English, (Teacher Preparation Emphasis); 1996
Journalism (Public Relations Emphasis); 1992
Professional Awards or Commendations
Outstanding Scholarly Award, California State University, College of Education, 2014
Distinguished Alumni Award, University of California at Davis, School of Education, 2012
Distinguished Fellows Presentation Award Recipient, International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning (ISETL), 2006
Fulbright-Hays Scholars Program (Uganda, East Africa)
California State University, Sacramento, 2002
Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution, Sacramento, CA
Program sponsored by Dr. Ernest Uwazie and Dr. Cecil Canton
Teacher of the Month (November) for the Sacramento City Unified School District, and recognized by the CAL Teach Program on KXTV Channel 10, 1999
Doctoral Teaching Education Fellow, University of California at Davis, 1999
Forgivable Loan Doctoral Incentive Program, Chancellor’s Office, California State University, 1997
Sally Casanova Pre-doctoral Scholar, Chancellor’s Office, California State University, 1996
William-White, L., Muccular, D., Muccular, G. & Brown, A. (2013). Critical Consciousness in Curricular Research: Evidence from the Field. New York: Peter Lang Publishers.
William-White, L., Wood, J.L., Essien, I., Belton, C., Muccular, G., Geary, P. & Newman, T. (2013). Mis-education or Malpractice?: A rallying cry for an African-centered paradigm in the preparation of black educators. In William-White, L., Muccular, D., Muccular, G. & Brown, A. (Eds.). Critical Consciousness in Curricular Research: Evidence from the Field. New York: Peter Lang Publishers.
William-White, L. (2012). Becoming a Teacher in an Era of Curricular Standardization and Reductionist Learning Outcomes: A Poetic Interpretation. In P.L. Thomas (Ed.) Becoming and Being a Teacher: Confronting Traditional Norms to Create New Democratic Realities. New York: Peter Lang.
Thomas, R. & William-White, L. (2014). Dis/abling Oppressive Practices: An Autoethnography on Workplace Discrimination, in K.R. Johnson and K. Couture (Eds.) Disability Discrimination at Work, (pp. 155-170) Massachusetts: Piraeus Books, LLC.
William-White, L. (2013). Striving Towards Authentic Teaching for Social Justice. In Joe Bower and P. L. Thomas (Eds.) De-Testing and De-Grading Schools: Authentic Alternatives to Accountability and Standardization. New York: Peter Lang Publishers.
William-White, L. (2013). The Measure of a Black Life?: A Poetic Interpretation of Hope an Discontent. Qualitative Research in Education, 2(2), 187200. doi: 10.4471/qre.2013.23
William-White, L. (2012). Seeking Emancipation from Gender Regulation: Reflections on Home Space for a Black Woman Academic/Single Mother. Qualitative Research in Education, 1(1), 435.
William-White, L. (2012). Advocating for Multicultural Education and Social Justice in the Age of Economic Uncertainty, International Review of Qualitative Research. 5(2), 175-204.
William-White, L., Muccular, D., & Muccular, G. (2012). Reading, Writing, and Revolution: Spoken Word as Radical “Literocratic” Praxis in the Community College Classroom. In B. Porfilio & M.Viola (Eds.), Hip-Hop(e): The Cultural Practice and Critical Pedagogy of International Hip-Hop Inquiry (pp. 197-219). New York: Peter Lang Publishers.
William-White, L., Sagir, A., Flores, N., Jung, G., Ramirez, A., Osalbo, J., & Nguyen, H. (2012). Arugula, Pine Nuts, and Hegemony: Seven Women’s Choreopoetic Reflection on the Absence of Cultural Relevance in Educational Discourse, International Journal of Qualitative Research 25(2), 135-149.
William-White, L. & White, J. (2011). Color Marks the Site/Sight of Social Difference: Dysconscious Racism in the ''Age of Obama'', Qualitative Inquiry, 17 (9), 837–853.
William-White, L. (2011). Dare I speak of oppression on sacred ground [emphasis mine], Cultural Studies Critical Methodologies, 11 (3), 236-242.
William-White, L. (2011). Scholarship Revolution, Qualitative Inquiry, 17 (6), 534-542.
Last updated: 5 September 2014
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