Rachel Endo, chair of teacher education in the Hamline School of Education, recently presented at the American Educational Research Association’s Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
She presented, "Insights from an Asian/American Faculty Administrator on Negotiating Modern Orientalism and Racialized Sexualization in the Workplace" as part of a symposium session that she organized. The symposium session was titled, Asian/American Women Navigating Academia: Challenges, Opportunities, and New Perspectives. Other presenters at this symposium included Chair of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Dr. Nina Asher, Associate Professor of ESL Education at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville Dr. Clara Lee Brown, Vice-Dean and Professor of Education at Columbia University Teachers College Dr. A. Lin Goodwin, and Associate Professor of Secondary Education at the University of South Florida Dr. Deoksoon Kim.
Endo also presented "Japanese Immigrant Youth Contesting Racialized Linguicism at School: Explicating Counter-Narratives and Discursive Enactments of Transnational Identity" for a Division G/Social Contexts of Education’s session titled, Race and Racialized Experiences in Context of Multiple Languages and Literacies.