This article engages various works of Allan Luke that innovatively use his personal and family narratives within his intersectional, interdisciplinary, and transnational engagements of education and social science research. The article looks at some of the contributions that Luke’s work makes to the literature, particularly within the context of those who come from minoritized backgrounds, and from Chinese and Asian diasporic communities around the Pacific Rim. Copyright © 2019 the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.
CitationChang, B. B. (2019). Two more takes on the critical: Intersectional and interdisciplinary scholarship grounded in family histories and the Asia-Pacific. Curriculum Inquiry, 49(2), 156-172. doi: 10.1080/03626784.2019.1595537
- Cultural studies
- Chinese diaspora
- Critical theory
- Asian American history
- Teaching and teacher education