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Faculty, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 6403
Biography

Jennifer A. Sandlin is an associate professor of justice and social inquiry in the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University, where she teaches courses on consumption and education, popular culture and justice, and social and cultural pedagogy. Her research focuses on the intersections of education, learning, and consumption; as well as on the theory and practice of public pedagogy. She also investigates sites of public pedagogy and popular culture-based, informal, and social movement activism centered on “unlearning” consumerism. She is currently co-editor of Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. Her work has been published in Journal of Consumer Culture, Adult Education Quarterly, Qualitative Inquiry, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Curriculum Inquiry, and Teachers College Record. She recently edited, with Jason Wallin, "Paranoid Pedagogies" (Palgrave, 2018); with Peter McLaren, "Critical Pedagogies of Consumption" (Routledge, 2010); with Brian Schultz and Jake Burdick, "Handbook of Public Pedagogy" (Routledge, 2010); with Jake Burdick and Michael O’Malley, "Problematizing Public Pedagogy" (Routledge, 2014); and with Julie Garlen, "Disney, Culture, and Curriculum" (Routledge, 2016) and "Teaching with Disney" (Peter Lang, 2016).

Education
  • Ph.D. Adult Education, University of Georgia 2001. Dissertation: Manufacturing workers: Exploring ideological assumptions in educational programs for welfare recipients. Chair: Ronald Cervero
  • Summer program: Popular Education Institute, Rutgers University Adult Education Department, Guanajuato and Tlaxcala, Mexico 2000
  • M.A. Anthropology (with Distinction), University of New Mexico 1994
  • B.A. English Literature; minors: Anthropology and Classics (with Distinction), Millsaps College, MS 1992
Research Interests

Public pedagogy, popular culture, curriculum studies, cultural studies, consumption

Publications

BOOKS

2018 8. Sandlin, J. A. & Wallin, J. J. (Eds.). Paranoid pedagogies: Education, culture, and paranoia. Palgrave Macmillan. (226 pages). http://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9783319647647 

2016 7. Garlen, J. C. & Sandlin, J. A. (Eds.). Teaching with Disney. New York: Peter Lang. (250 pages). https://www.peterlang.com/view/product/31235 

2016 6. Sandlin, J. A. & Garlen, J. C. (Eds.). Disney, culture, and curriculum. New York: Routledge. (250 pages). http://www.taylorandfrancis.com/books/details/9781138957688/ 

2014 5. Burdick, J., Sandlin, J. A., & O’Malley, M. P. (Eds.). Problematizing public pedagogy. New York: Routledge. (215 pages). https://www.routledge.com/products/9780415534833 

2010 4. Sandlin, J. A., Schultz, B., & Burdick, J. (Eds.). Handbook of public pedagogy: Education and learning beyond schooling. New York: Routledge. (750 pages). https://www.routledge.com/products/9780415801270

2010 3. Sandlin, J. A., & McLaren, P. (Eds.). Critical pedagogies of consumption: Living and learning in the shadow of the “Shopocalypse.” New York: Routledge. (278 pages). https://www.routledge.com/products/9780415997904 

2009 2. Burdick, J., Sandlin, J. A., & Daspit, T. (Eds.). Complicated conversations and confirmed commitments: Revitalizing education for democracy. Troy, NY: Educator’s International Press. (220 pages). http://www.amazon.com/Complicated-Conversations-Confirmed-Commitments-Revitalizing/dp/1891928368 

1. St.Clair, R., & Sandlin, J. A. (Eds.). (2004). Promoting critical practice in adult education. New Directions in Adult and Continuing Education, no. 102. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. (100 pages). http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0787975907.html 

 

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

2017 57. Garlen, J. C. & Sandlin, J. A. Happily (n)ever after: The cruel optimism of Disney’s romantic ideal. Feminist Media Studies. Published online first, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14680777.2017.1338305 [included in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index]. 

2017 *56. Sandlin, J. A. & Maudlin, J. G. Disney’s pedagogies of pleasure and the eternal recurrence of whiteness. Journal of Consumer Culture, 17(2), 397-412. [SSCI 2015-IF 2.816, 2015-5YR 3.952, rank 1/38 in Cultural Studies and 4/142 in Sociology]. 

2017 55. Sandlin, J. A. & Garlen, J. C. “Magic Everywhere”: Mapping the Disney curriculum. Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, 39(2), 190-219. [included in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index]. 

2017 54. Wright, R. R. & Sandlin, J. A. (Critical) learning in/through everyday life in a global consumer culture. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 36(1&2), 77-94. [included in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index]. 

2016 *53. Sandlin, J. A., Burdick, J., & Rich, E. Problematizing public engagement within public pedagogy research and practice. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education. [SSCI 2015-IF 1.019, 2015-5YR 1.262, rank 100/230 in Education & Educational Research]. 

2016 52. Garlen, J. C., & Sandlin, J. A. Escape from tomorrow: Disney, institutionalized whiteness, and the difficult knowledge of being. Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, 38(2), 141-161. [included in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index]. 

2016 51. Walther, C. S., Sandlin, J. A., & Wuensche, K. Voluntary simplifiers, spirituality, and happiness. Humanity & Society, 40(1), 22-42.

2015 50. Maudlin, J. G. & Sandlin, J. A. Pop culture pedagogies: Process and praxis. Educational Studies: A Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 51(5), 368-384. [included in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index]. 

2014 49. Sandlin, J. A., Burdick, J., & Schultz, B. D. This is (not) public pedagogy (?/.). Visual Arts Research, 40(1), 116-117. 

2014 #48. Snaza, N., Appelbaum, P., Bayne, S., Carlson, D., Morris, M., Rotas, N., Sandlin, J., Wallin, J., & Weaver, J. Towards a posthumanist education. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 30(2), 39-55. 

2014 47. Sandlin, J. A., & Wallin, J. J. Paranoid pedagogies: The metaphysics of coding in the religious tracts of Jack Chick. Cultural Formations: Art, Techne, and Interdisciplinarity, 2. 

2013 *46. Burdick, J. & Sandlin, J. A. Learning, becoming, and the unknowable: Conceptualizations, mechanisms, and process in public pedagogy literature. Curriculum Inquiry, 43(1), 142-177. [SSCI 2015-IF .812, 2015-5YR .756, rank 130/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2013-IF .322, 2013-5YR .431, rank 183/219 in Education & Educational Research]. 

2013 *45. Walther, C. S., & Sandlin, J. A. Green capital and social reproduction within families practicing voluntary simplicity. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 37(1), 36-45. [SSCI 2015-IF 1.086, 2015-5YR 1.43, rank 78/120 in Business; 2013-IF .718, 2013-5YR .886, rank 83/111 in Business]. 

2013 *44. Sandlin, J. A., Wright, R. R., & Clark, M. C. Public pedagogy, adult learning, and adult development in the post-modern era: Re-examining theories of adult learning and development in the age of media. Adult Education Quarterly, 63(1), 3-23. [SSCI 2015-IF .789, 2015-5YR .889, rank 137/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2013-IF .786, 2013-5YR .918, rank 99/219 in Education & Educational Research]. 

2012 *43. Sandlin, J. A., & Maudlin, J. G. Consuming pedagogies: Controlling images of women as consumers in popular culture. Journal of Consumer Culture, 12(2), 175-194. [SSCI 2015-IF 2.816, 2015-5YR 3.952, rank 1/38 in Cultural Studies and 4/142 in Sociology; 2013-IF 1.969, 2013-5YR 2.653, rank 1/38 in Cultural Studies and 12/138 in Sociology]. 

2012 #42. Maudlin, J. G., Sandlin, J. A., & Thaller, J. Baby culture and the curriculum of consumption: A critical reading of the film Babies. Pedagogy, Culture, and Society, 20(2), 211-229. [included in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index]. 

2012 *#41. Sandlin, J. A., Burdick, J. & Norris, T. Erosion and experience: Education for democracy in a consumer society. Review of Research in Education, 36(1), 139-168. [SSCI 2015-IF 1.727, 2015-5YR 2.096, rank 32/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2012-IF 2.111, 2012-5YR 2.354, rank 13/219 in Education & Educational Research]. 

2011 #40. Sandlin, J. A., Stearns, J., Maudlin, J. G., & Burdick, J. “Now I ain’t sayin’ she a gold digger”: Wal-Mart shoppers, welfare queens, and other gendered stereotypes of poor women in the big curriculum of consumption. Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies, 11(5), 464-482. [included in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index]. 

2011 *#39. Sandlin, J. A., O’Malley, M. P., & Burdick, J. Mapping the complexity of public pedagogy scholarship: 1894-2010. Review of Educational Research, 81(3), 338-375. [SSCI 2015-IF 5.235, 2015-5YR 7.963, rank 2/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2011-IF 3.169, 2011-5YR 5.464, rank 3/206 in Education & Educational Research]. 

2011 *#38. Stearns, J., Sandlin, J. A., & Burdick, J. Resistance on aisle three?: Exploring the big curriculum of consumption and the (im)possibility of resistance in John Updike’s “A&P”. Curriculum Inquiry, 41(3), 394-415. [SSCI 2015-IF .812, 2015-5YR .756, rank 130/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2011-IF .373, 2011-5YR .589, rank 157/206 in Education & Educational Research]. 

2010 #37. Jamal, T., Camargo, B. A., Sandlin, J. A., & Segrado, R. Tourism and cultural sustainability: Towards an eco-cultural justice for place and people. Tourism Recreation Research, 35(3), 269-279. 

2010 #36. Wickens, C. M. & Sandlin, J. A. Homophobia and heterosexism in a college of education: A culture of fear, a culture of silence. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 23(6), 651-670. [included in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index]. 

2010 #35. Freishtat, R. L. & Sandlin, J. A. Shaping youth discourse about technology: Technological colonization, manifest destiny, and the frontier myth in Facebook’s public pedagogy. Educational Studies: A Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 46(5), 503-523. (special issue on Youth, New Media, and Technology). [included in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index]. 

2010 *34. Sandlin, J. A. Learning to survive the “Shopocalypse”: Reverend Billy’s anti-consumption “pedagogy of the unknown”. Critical Studies in Education, 51(3), 295-311. [SSCI 2015-IF 1.532, 2015-5YR 2.083, rank 42/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2012-IF .868, rank 84/219 in Education & Educational Research].

2010 *#33. Burdick, J. & Sandlin, J. A. Inquiry as answerability: Towards a methodology of discomfort in researching critical public pedagogies. Qualitative Inquiry, 16(5), 349-360. [SSCI 2015-IF 1.934, 2015-5YR 2.097, rank 7/95 in Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary; 2010-IF .673, 2010-5YR 1.582, rank 40/84 in Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary]. 

2009 32. Sandlin, J. A., Kahn, R., Darts, D., & Tavin, K. To find the cost of freedom: Theorizing and practicing a critical pedagogy of consumption. Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, 7(2), 98-125. 

2009 #31. Wright, R. R., & Sandlin, J. A. Popular culture, public pedagogy, and perspective transformation: The Avengers and adult learning in living rooms. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 28(4), 533-551. [included in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index]. 

2009 *#30. Sandlin, J. A., & Walther, C. S. Complicated simplicity: Moral identity formation and social movement learning in the voluntary simplicity movement. Adult Education Quarterly, 59(4), 298-317. [SSCI 2015-IF .789, 2015-5YR .889, rank 137/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2009-IF .588, 2009-5YR .793, rank 86/139 in Education & Educational Research].

2009 *29. Sandlin, J. A., & Callahan, J. L. Deviance, dissonance, and détournement: The role of emotions in anti-consumption consumer resistance. Journal of Consumer Culture, 9(1), 79-115. [SSCI 2015-IF 2.816, 2015-5YR 3.952, rank 1/38 in Cultural Studies and 4/142 in Sociology; 2010-IF 1.724, rank 16/132 in Sociology].

2009 *28. Sandlin, J. A., & Clark, M. C. From opportunity to responsibility: Political master narratives, social policy, and success stories in adult literacy education. Teachers College Record, 111(4), 999-1029. [SSCI 2015-IF .746, 2015-5YR 1.254, rank 143/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2009-IF .744, 2009-5YR 1.221, rank 66/139 in Education & Educational Research].

2009 *#27. Wright, R. R., & Sandlin, J. A. Cult TV, hip hop, shape-shifters, and vampire slayers: A review of the literature at the intersection of adult education and popular culture. Adult Education Quarterly, 59(2), 118-141. [SSCI 2015-IF .789, 2015-5YR .889, rank 137/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2009-IF .588, 2009-5YR .793, rank 86/139 in Education & Educational Research]. 

2008 26. Sandlin, J. A. Consumption, adult learning, and adult education: Envisioning a pedagogy of consumption. Convergence, 41(1), 47-62.

2008 *#25. Sandlin, J. A., & Milam, J. L. “Mixing pop [culture] and politics”: Cultural resistance, culture jamming, and anti-consumption activism as critical public pedagogy. Curriculum Inquiry, 38(3), 323-350. [SSCI 2015-IF .812, 2015-5YR .756, rank 130/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2008-IF .379, 2008-5YR .463, rank 89/113 in Education & Educational Research]. 

2007 24. Callahan, J. L., & Sandlin, J. A. The tyranny of technology: A critical assessment of the social arena of online learning. New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development, 21(3/4), 5-15. 

2007 #23. Sandlin, J. A., Milam, J. L., & Wickens, C. M. “Spend smart, live rich?”: Popular pedagogy and the construction of the “good consumer” in the popular culture lifestyle magazine Budget Living. Journal of Curriculum & Pedagogy, 4(1), 113-135.

2007 *#22. Wickens, C. M., & Sandlin, J. A. Literacy for what? Literacy for whom?: Analyzing the politics of literacy education and neocolonialism in UNESCO and World Bank-sponsored literacy programs. Adult Education Quarterly, 57(4), 275-292. [SSCI 2015-IF .789, 2015-5YR .889, rank 137/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2007-IF .129, 2007-5YR .338, rank 100/105 in Education & Educational Research].

2007 #21. Callahan, J. L., Whitener, J. K., & Sandlin, J. A. The art of creating leaders: Popular culture artifacts as pathways for development. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 9(2), 146-165.

2007 *20. Sandlin, J. A. Netnography as a consumer education research tool. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 31(3), 288-294. [SSCI 2015-IF 1.086, 2015-5YR 1.43, rank 78/120 in Business; 2010-IF .512, 2010-5YR 2.167, rank 87/103 in Business].

2007 #19. Sandlin, J. A., & Chen, C. Stress on the job: How family literacy program directors perceive and cope with occupational stress. Adult Basic Education and Literacy Journal, 1(1), 12-20.

2006 18. Sandlin, J. A. Horatio Alger and the GED: Narratives of success in adult literacy education. Literacy and Numeracy Studies, 15(1), 79-96. [included in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index].

2006 17. Sandlin, J. A. (2006). Lifestyle magazines as informal consumer education: Evidence from a qualitative analysis of Budget Living. Journal of Consumer Education, 23, 1-13.

2006 16. Sandlin, J. A., & Bey, G. J. From critical vision to critical practice: Exploring the process of critical transformational learning among archaeologists. Studies in the Education of Adults, 38(1), 48-63.

2006 *15. Sandlin, J. A., & Bey, G. J. Trowels, trenches, and transformation: A case study of archaeologists learning a more critical practice of archaeology. Journal of Social Archaeology, 6(2), 256-277. [SSCI 2015-IF .857, 2015-5YR 1.024, rank 41/84 in Anthropology; 2013-IF 1.00, 2013-5YR .962, rank 33/82 in Anthropology].

2005 14. Sandlin, J. A. In GED we trust?: A critical examination of the rhetoric and reality of the General Educational Development diploma. Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education, 19(1), 21-46. [included in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index].

2005 *13. Ozanne, J. L., Adkins, N. R., & Sandlin, J. A. Shopping [for] power: How adult literacy learners negotiate the consumer world. Adult Education Quarterly, 55(4), 251-268. [SSCI 2015-IF .789, 2015-5YR .889, rank 137/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2005-IF .323, rank 73/98 in Education & Educational Research].

2005 *12. Sandlin, J. A. Culture, consumption, and adult education: Re-fashioning consumer education for adults as a political site using a cultural studies framework. Adult Education Quarterly, 55(3), 1-17. [SSCI 2015-IF .789, 2015-5YR .889, rank 137/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2005-IF .323, rank 73/98 in Education & Educational Research].

2005 11. Sandlin, J. A. Andragogy and its discontents: An analysis of andragogy from three critical perspectives. PAACE Journal of Lifelong Learning, 14, 25-42.

2005 10. Sandlin, J. A. More than technical skills: Consumer education and a critical pedagogy of consumption. Journal of Consumer Education, 22, 19-26.

2004 9. Sandlin, J. A. Designing women: Gender and power in welfare-to-work educational programs. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 32(1&2), 147-162, (WSQ special issue, Women and Literacy: Moving to Power and Participation).

2004 8. St.Clair, R. &, Sandlin, J. A. Incompetence and intrusion: On the metaphorical use of illiteracy in U.S. political discourse. Adult Basic Education, 14(1), 45-59.

2004 *7. Sandlin, J. A. It’s all up to you: How welfare-to-work educational programs explain workforce success. Adult Education Quarterly, 54(2), 89-104. [SSCI 2015-IF .789, 2015-5YR .889, rank 137/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2004-IF .310, rank 63/91 in Education & Educational Research].

2004 6. Sandlin, J. A. Adult literacy and the myth of educational amelioration: A critical literature review. Perspectives: The New York Journal of Adult Learning, 2(1), 33-48.

2003 5. Sandlin, J. A. Beyond price comparisons: Towards a critical consumer education for adults. Adult Learning, 15(1&2), 30-33.

2003 4. Sandlin, J. A. Sympathy and scorn: Negotiating popular rhetoric about welfare recipients in welfare-to-work educational programs. Adult Basic Education, 13(3), 146-167.

2003 3. Sandlin, J. A., & Cervero, R. M. Contradictions and compromise: The curriculum-in-use as negotiated ideology in two Welfare-to-Work classes. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 22(3), 249-265. [included in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index].

2001 2. Sandlin, J. A. Out of balance: Contradictory depictions of adult literacy students as consumers. Adult Basic Education, 11(1), 17-39.

2000 *1. Sandlin, J. A. The politics of consumer education materials used in adult literacy classrooms. Adult Education Quarterly, 50(4), 289-307. [reprinted in S. Merriam (ed.), 2002, Qualitative research in practice: Examples for discussion and analysis, pp. 352-370. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass]. [SSCI 2015-IF .789, 2015-5YR .889, rank 137/231 in Education & Educational Research; 2000-IF .414, rank 49/96 in Education & Educational Research].

 

 

 

Research Activity
Fall 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
SST 194Special Topics
JUS 305Principles of Justice Studies
JUS 492Honors Directed Study
JUS 493Honors Thesis
JUS 498Pro-Seminar
JUS 499Individualized Instruction
SST 510Social and Cultural Pedagogy
SST 590Reading and Conference
JUS 590Reading and Conference
SST 592Research
JUS 592Research
SST 593Applied Project
JUS 593Applied Project
SST 599Thesis
JUS 599Thesis
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
JUS 790Reading and Conference
DCI 792Research
JUS 792Research
EPA 792Research
JUS 799Dissertation
DCI 799Dissertation
Summer 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
JUS 492Honors Directed Study
JUS 493Honors Thesis
JUS 498Pro-Seminar
JUS 499Individualized Instruction
JUS 592Research
JUS 593Applied Project
SST 599Thesis
JUS 599Thesis
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
JUS 790Reading and Conference
JUS 792Research
EPA 792Research
DCI 792Research
JUS 799Dissertation
DCI 799Dissertation
EPA 799Dissertation
Spring 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
JUS 305Principles of Justice Studies
AFR 460Race, Gender, and Media
JUS 492Honors Directed Study
JUS 493Honors Thesis
JUS 498Pro-Seminar
JUS 499Individualized Instruction
SST 580Practicum
SST 590Reading and Conference
JUS 590Reading and Conference
JUS 592Research
SST 592Research
SST 599Thesis
JUS 599Thesis
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
EPA 792Research
JUS 792Research
DCI 792Research
EPA 799Dissertation
DCI 799Dissertation
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
SST 194Special Topics
JUS 305Principles of Justice Studies
JUS 385Justice and Everyday Life
JUS 492Honors Directed Study
JUS 493Honors Thesis
JUS 498Pro-Seminar
JUS 499Individualized Instruction
SST 590Reading and Conference
JUS 590Reading and Conference
SST 592Research
JUS 592Research
SST 593Applied Project
JUS 593Applied Project
SST 599Thesis
JUS 599Thesis
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
JUS 790Reading and Conference
EPA 792Research
DCI 792Research
JUS 792Research
DCI 799Dissertation
JUS 799Dissertation
Summer 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
JUS 492Honors Directed Study
JUS 493Honors Thesis
JUS 498Pro-Seminar
JUS 499Individualized Instruction
JUS 592Research
JUS 593Applied Project
SST 599Thesis
JUS 599Thesis
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
JUS 790Reading and Conference
JUS 792Research
EPA 792Research
DCI 792Research
JUS 799Dissertation
DCI 799Dissertation
EPA 799Dissertation
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
JUS 492Honors Directed Study
JUS 493Honors Thesis
JUS 494Special Topics
JUS 498Pro-Seminar
JUS 499Individualized Instruction
SST 580Practicum
SST 590Reading and Conference
JUS 590Reading and Conference
JUS 591Seminar
JUS 592Research
SST 592Research
SST 599Thesis
JUS 599Thesis
JUS 691Seminar
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
DCI 792Research
EPA 792Research
JUS 792Research
EPA 799Dissertation
DCI 799Dissertation
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
SST 194Special Topics
JUS 385Justice and Everyday Life
JUS 492Honors Directed Study
JUS 493Honors Thesis
JUS 498Pro-Seminar
JUS 499Individualized Instruction
SST 510Social and Cultural Pedagogy
SST 590Reading and Conference
JUS 590Reading and Conference
SST 592Research
JUS 592Research
SST 593Applied Project
JUS 593Applied Project
SST 599Thesis
JUS 599Thesis
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
JUS 790Reading and Conference
DCI 792Research
JUS 792Research
EPA 792Research
JUS 799Dissertation
DCI 799Dissertation
Summer 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
JUS 492Honors Directed Study
JUS 493Honors Thesis
JUS 498Pro-Seminar
JUS 499Individualized Instruction
JUS 592Research
JUS 599Thesis
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
JUS 790Reading and Conference
JUS 792Research
DCI 792Research
EPA 792Research
JUS 799Dissertation
EPA 799Dissertation
DCI 799Dissertation
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
JUS 492Honors Directed Study
JUS 493Honors Thesis
JUS 494Special Topics
JUS 498Pro-Seminar
JUS 499Individualized Instruction
JUS 591Seminar
JUS 691Seminar
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
DCI 792Research
EPA 792Research
EPA 799Dissertation
DCI 799Dissertation
Fall 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
JUS 494Special Topics
SST 510Social and Cultural Pedagogy
JUS 591Seminar
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
DCI 792Research
EPA 792Research
DCI 799Dissertation
Summer 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
EPA 792Research
DCI 792Research
EPA 799Dissertation
DCI 799Dissertation
Spring 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
EPA 792Research
DCI 792Research
EPA 799Dissertation
DCI 799Dissertation
Fall 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
EPA 792Research
DCI 792Research
DCI 799Dissertation
Summer 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
EPA 792Research
DCI 792Research
EPA 799Dissertation
DCI 799Dissertation
Spring 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
JUS 494Special Topics
JUS 591Seminar
DCI 784Internship
DCI 790Reading and Conference
DCI 792Research
EPA 792Research
DCI 799Dissertation
EPA 799Dissertation
Presentations
  • Maudlin, J. G. & Sandlin, J. A. Learning with glee: Popular culture as pedagogy. American Educational Research Association (Apr 2013).
  • Burdick, J., & Sandlin, J. A. The point of patricide: Dead fathers in public pedagogy research and theorizing. American Educational Research Association (Apr 2013).
  • Rychly, L., Sandlin, J. A., & Maudlin, J. Post-plastic parenting: Ethical consumerism and critical pedagogy. American Educational Research Association (Apr 2013).
  • Rychly, L., Sandlin, J. A., & Maudlin, J. Post-plastic parenting. Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference, New Orleans, LA (Dec 2012).
  • Burdick, J., & Sandlin, J. A. On mechanisms, meaning, and the monstrous: A review of process in public pedagogy literature. Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference (Nov 2012).
  • Carpenter, B. S., Sandlin, J. A., McDermott, M., & Chen, J. C. Writing for the Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy: A conversation with prospective authors and reviewers. Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference (Nov 2012).
  • Sandlin, J. A. How to succeed with conferences and publishing: Editorial board perspectives. Professional Academic Development Workshop, SST (Nov 2012).
  • Sandlin, J. A., & Wallin, J. J. Paranoid pedagogies: The metaphysics of coding in the religious tracts of Jack Chick. Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference, Akron, OH (Oct 2012).
  • Maudlin, J. G., Reilly, C., Sandlin, J. A., Letts, W., & Burdick, J. Teaching with Glee: Popular culture and pedagogies of performance. Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference, Akron, OH (Oct 2012).
  • Maudlin, J., & Sandlin, J. A. Consumerism and critical pedagogy. Curriculum Studies Summer Collaborative (Jun 2012).
  • Sandlin, J. A., & Maudlin, J. Consuming pedagogies: Controlling images of women as consumers in popular culture. Curriculum Studies Summer Collaborative, Savannah, GA (Jun 2012).
  • Burdick, J., Sandlin, J. A., O'Malley, M. P., & Savage, G. Responses to the abyss: Problematizing conceptualizations of public pedagogy. American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC (Apr 2012).
  • Sandlin, J. A., & Wallin, J. J. Paranoid pedagogies: The metaphysics of coding in the religious tracts of Jack T. Chick. American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC (Apr 2012).
  • Sandlin, J. A., & Maudlin, J. Your baby can read, but should she?: Early learning and the commodification of literacy. American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC (Apr 2012).
  • Sandlin, J. A. Why Gandhi now?: Reclaiming education for the social majorities. American Educational Research Association (Apr 2012).
  • Sandlin, J. A. & Letts, W. Journal talks: Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. American Educational Research Association (Apr 2012).
  • Sandlin, J. A. Preparing work for publication: The perspective from a journal editor. Justice Studies graduate course: Writing for publication (Feb 2012).
  • Sandlin, J. A. Public pedagogy history and problematics. Graduate course, Curriculum theory, University of Toronto (Nov 2011).
  • Stearns, J. & Sandlin, J. A. "A ritual sacrifice, with pie": Thanksgiving as a curriculum of generosity, consuming, and forgetting. Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference, Akron, OH (Oct 2011).
  • Maudlin, J. G., Sandlin, J. A., & Thaller, J. Curriculum inquiry and global consumption. Division B (Curriculum Studies), Section 4 (Ecological and Community Justice), AERA (Apr 2011).
  • Sandlin, J. A., O’Malley, M. P., & Burdick, J. Problematizing public pedagogy: Engaging with conceptual, theoretical, and methodological issues in public pedagogy discourse. Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies SIG, AERA (Apr 2011).
  • Jennifer Sandlin, MIchael O'Malley, and Jake Burdick. Problematizing public pedagogy: Engaging with conceptual, theoretical, and methodological issues in public pedagogy discourse. American Educational Research Association (Apr 2011).
  • Sandlin, J. A., & Burdick, J. Public pedagogy across genres. Graduate course, Arts and Curriculum, University of Arizona (Mar 2011).
  • Jake Burdick & Jennifer Sandlin. The desire of everyday life: Public pedagogy inquiry as cultural psychoanalysis. Narrative, Arts-Based, and Post Approaches to Research Conference (NAPAR) (Jan 2011).
  • Burdick, J., & Sandlin, J. A. The desire of everyday life: Public pedagogy inquiry as cultural psychoanalysis. Narrative, Arts-Based, and Post Approaches to Research Conference (NAPAR) (Jan 2011).
  • Julie Maudlin, Jennifer Sandlin, Cole Reilly, & Jake Burdick. Teaching with Glee: Popular culture and performance pedagogy. Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference (Oct 2010).
  • Jennifer Sandlin & Julie Maudlin. Buying baby: Constructing the curriculum of consumption. Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference (Oct 2010).
  • Jake Burdick & Jennifer sandlin. The point of patricide: Dead fathers in public pedagogy. Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference (Oct 2010).
  • Jennifer Sandlin. Towards understanding consumption as curriculum and [public] pedagogy: Learning [to resist] the ideologies of consumerism through popular culture and everyday life. American Educational Research Association (Apr 2010).
  • Richard Freishtat & Jennifer Sandlin. Shaping public discourse about technology: Technological colonization, manifest destiny, and the frontier myth in Facebook's public pedagogy. American Educational Research Association (Apr 2010).
  • Jennifer Sandlin & Peter McLaren. Consumption, education, and learning: Exploring consumption's pedagogy. American Educational Research Association (Apr 2010).
  • Julie Maudlin & Jennifer Sandlin. Your baby CAN read, but should she? Early learning and the commodification of literacy. American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (Apr 2010).
  • Jennie Stearns, Julie Maudlin, & Jennifer Sandlin. People of Wal-Mart: The aesthetics of class and consumerism. Georgia and Carolinas College English Association Conference (Feb 2010).
  • Richard Freishtat & Jennifer Sandlin. Conquering the technological frontier: Understanding the educative aspects of Facebook's construction of the digital world. Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference (Oct 2009).
  • Jennifer Sandlin, Melissa Rivers, & Seline Szkupinksi-Quiroga. South Phoenix through the Eyes of Youth: Using photovoice methodology to talk back to neoliberal public pedagogies of health. Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference (Oct 2009).
  • Jennifer Sandlin, Jennie Stearns, Jake Burdick, and Julie Maudlin. "Now I ain't sayin' she a gold digger": Wal-Mart shoppers, welfare queens, and other gendered stereotypes of poor women in the public pedagogy of consumption. Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference (Oct 2009).
  • Carmen Villa, Carolyn Clark, & Jennifer Sandlin. Obstacles as challenges: Retention of female engineering students in Mexico. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Meeting (Jun 2009).
  • Jennie Stearns, Jennifer Sandlin, & Jake Burdick. Shopping, resistance, and consumer culture: Exploring the "big curriculum" of consumption in Updike's "A&P". American Educational Research Conference (Apr 2009).
  • Jake Burdick & Jennifer Sandlin. Troubling methodologies: On the politics and ethics of researching critical public pedagogy. American Educational Research Conference (Apr 2009).
  • Chris Boone, Seline Szkupinksi-Quiroga & Jennifer Sandlin. The environmental justice of food: Children, schools, and food deserts in South Phoenix. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting (Mar 2009).
Honors / Awards

2010-present Professors of Curriculum Honorary Society, Invited Member

2005 Commission of Professors of Adult Education, Early Career Award

2005 American Association of University Women, Recognition Award for Emerging Scholar, 1 of 3 Finalists

2004 Texas A&M College of Education and Human Development Advisory Council, Outstanding New Faculty Award

2001 Adult Education Research Conference, East Lansing, MI, Graduate Student Research Award, $500

2000 The University of Georgia, Department of Adult Education, First Annual Irene and Curtis Ulmer Scholarship, $1000

2000 The University of Georgia Graduate School, Dissertation Completion Fellowship, $18,000

1996-2000 The University of Georgia, Department of Adult Education. Graduate Assistantships, $18,000 per year for four years, total $72,000

Editorships

JOURNAL EDITORSHIP

2011-present Co-Editor, Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy (Taylor & Francis, http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ujcp20/current)

 

JOURNAL EDITORAL BOARD MEMBERSHIP

2016-present Journal of Educational Sciences and Sociology (http://www.ebisdergi.com/homepage)

2016-present Journal of Public Pedagogies (Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia, http://www.publicpedagogies.org/journal/)

2014-present Curriculum Inquiry (Taylor & Francis, http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rcui20/current)

2011-present Studies in the Education of Adults (Taylor & Francis, http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rsia20/current)

2008-present International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology (IGI Global, http://www.igi-global.com/journal/international-journal-adult-vocational-education/1131)

2004-present Adult Education Quarterly (SAGE, http://journals.sagepub.com/home/aeq)

2004-2007 Adult Learning (SAGE, http://journals.sagepub.com/home/alx)

2002-2014 Journal of Research and Practice for Adult Literacy, Secondary, and Basic Education (Coalition on Adult Basic Education, Syracuse, NY, http://www.coabe.org/journal/)

2007-present International Journal of Lifelong Education (Taylor & Francis, http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tled20/current)

2006-present PAACE Journal of Lifelong Learning (Pennsylvania Association for Adult and Continuing Education, http://www.iup.edu/ace/paace/)

2004-present International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (Editorial Board, 2007-present; North American Regional Editor, 2004-2007) (Taylor & Francis, http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tqse20/current)

 

BOOK SERIES EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBERSHIP

2016-present Critical Media Literacies (Sense Publishers, https://www.sensepublishers.com/catalogs/bookseries/critical-media-literacies-series/)

2012-present Cultural Studies & Transdisciplinarity in Education (Springer Publishers, http://www.springer.com/series/11200)

 

Professional Associations

LEADERSHIP

2014-present Membership Review Committee, Professors of Curriculum

2012-2013 Division B (Curriculum Studies), AERA, Program Co-Chair

2012-2013 Division B (Curriculum Studies), AERA, Co-Chair of Section 1, Critical Perspectives and Practices

2010 Adult Education Quarterly selection committee for new editors

2011-2012 Program Chair, Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies SIG, AERA

2011-2012 Division B (Curriculum Studies), AERA, Co-Chair of Section 4, Environmental Justice and Critical Geography

2009-2012 Division B (Curriculum Studies), AERA, Member of Membership and Recruiting Committee

2009-present Governing Council Member, Curriculum & Pedagogy Group

2007 Okes Award Committee, American Association of Adult and Continuing Education

2005-2007 Steering Committee, Adult Education Research Conference

2003-2005 Secretary/Treasurer, Commission of Professors of Adult Education

1998 Secretary, University of Georgia Lifelong Learning Association

 

MEMBERSHIP

2005-present American Educational Research Association

--Division B (Curriculum Studies)

--Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies SIG

--Adult Literacy and Adult Education SIG

--Media, Culture, and Curriculum SIG

2002-2008 Commission of Professors of Adult Education

2001-2006 Commission on Adult Basic Education

1998-2006 American Association of Adult and Continuing Education

1996-2001 University of Georgia Lifelong Learning Association