Conference Presentations

Shear, S.B., & Hawkman, A.M. (Under review). “Expanding curricular opportunities: Critical race film literacy in an elective elementary teacher education course,” American Educational Research Association, Toronto, ONT.

Shear, S.B., Kuby, C.R., & Christ, R.C. (Under review). “Entanglements with(in) the review(er) machine: How can we (re)view if we are b(l)ind(ed)?” American Educational Research Association, Toronto, ONT.

Christ, R.C., Kuby, C.R., & Shear, S.B. (Under review). “(Re)Encountering A Thousand Plateaus: Trails of qualitative inquiry, teaching, and learning,” American Educational Research Association, Toronto, ONT.

Helmsing, M., & Shear, S.B. (Under review). “Whose “American” story? Two self-studies of critically unsettling civic identities in university classrooms,” American Educational Research Association, Toronto, ONT.

Hawkman, A.M., & Shear, S.B. (Under review). “Marking the invisible: Articulating whiteness in social studies,” American Educational Research Association, Toronto, ONT.

Bellows, E., Tschida, C., Saylor, E., Brown Buchanan, L., Shear, S.B., Alarcon, J., & Marhatta, P.C. (November 2018). “They don’t know what they don’t know: Navigating elementary preservice teachers’ struggle for content knowledge,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Chicago, IL.

Shear, S.B., Sabzalian, L., & Snyder, J. (November 2018). “Rhetorics of recognition and erasure: Indigenous citizenship and sovereignty in U.S. civics and government standards,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Chicago, IL.

Helmsing, M., & Shear, S.B. (November 2018). “Whose ‘American’ story: Two self-studies of unsettling national myths and civic identities in university classrooms,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Chicago, IL.

Shear, S.B., & Hawkman, A.M. (November 2018). “They’re dressed like regular people’: Critical race film literacy in elementary teacher education,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Chicago, IL.

Lesser, M., & Shear, S.B. (November 2018). “Finding truth: white supremacy and forced removal of Native children,” National Council for the Social Studies, Chicago, IL.

Shear, S.B. (January 2018). “Stop what you are doing: Challenging settler colonial thought in elementary U.S. history,” Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

Shear, S.B,. & Hawkman, A.M. (November 2017). “It’s not just a movie’: Critical film literacy as an experimental social studies content course for elementary preservice teachers,” National Association of Multicultural Education Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT.

Shear, S.B. (June 2017). “I know so many people afflicted with this!’: Challenging preservice teachers to take on justice pedagogy in Central Pennsylvania,” Rouge Forum, St. Louis, MO.

Shear, S.B., & Sabzalian, L. (April 2017). “Colonial blindness in civics education: Recognizing colonization, self-determination, and sovereignty as essential knowledge,” American Educational Research Association, San Antonio, TX.

Shear, S.B. (April 2017). “Whose history?: Oklahoma state history, Indignity, and the dilemma of teacher gatekeeping,” American Educational Research Association, San Antonio, TX.

Broome, J., & Shear, S.B. (January 2017). “No more business as usual: Infusing critical theories into social studies methods courses,” College & University Faculty Assembly Retreat, Orlando, FL.

Castro, A.J., Bauml, M., & Shear, S.B. (January 2017). “Preparing preservice teachers for diversity: A panel of perspectives,” College & University Faculty Assembly Retreat, Orlando, FL.

Shear, S.B., & Castro, A.J. (January 2017). “See you in San Francisco!: Preview CUFA 2017,” College & University Faculty Assembly Retreat, Orlando, FL.

Bellows, E., Buchanan, L.B., Saylor, E., Shear, S.B., & Tschida, C. (November 2016). “Comfort is no longer an option: Confronting controversial issues in elementary social studies teacher education,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Washington, D.C.

Hawley, T., Chandler, P., Shear, S.B., Woodson, A., Powell, D., Finley, S., Ross, E.W., Broome, J., Hollstein, M., Endacott, J., Leviky, M., & Vickery, A. (November 2016). “Making the comfortable uncomfortable: A call for subversive, anti-entropy social studies teaching and learning in schools and communities,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Washington, D.C.

Shear, S.B., Cuenca, A., Maguth, B., & Meuwissen, K. (November 2016). “Social studies beyond the academy: Translating theory and research for public engagement,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Washington, D.C.

Hawkman, A.M,. & Shear, S.B. (November 2016). “They’re gonna sing the songs anyway’: Thinking and teaching with theory and Disney music for social studies,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Washington, D.C.

Shear, S.B., & Krutka, D. (November 2016). “Whose history?: Oklahoma state history, Indigeneity, and the dilemma of teacher gatekeeping,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Washington, D.C.

Shear, S.B. (May 2016). “Beyond erasure: K-12 social studies curriculum and scripting the boarding school memory,” Native American & Indigenous Studies Association, Honolulu, HI.

Shear, S.B., Aguayo, R., Hawkman, A., Bergstrom, T., & Wells, S. (April 2016). “Taking responsibility: Autoethnography as reflexive practice in social studies research and teaching,” American Educational Research Association, Washington, D.C.

Shear, S.B. (April 2016). “Unfinished entanglements: Gender, sex, and elementary social studies teacher education research,” American Educational Research Association, Washington, D.C.

Busey, C., Keefer, N., Shear, S.B., Vickery, A., & Woodson, A. (November 2015). “The end is just the beginning: A panel of early career scholars share stories from the field,” College & University Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, New Orleans, LA.

Shear, S.B., Adams, E., Christ, R.C., Ender, T., & Kerr, S. (November 2015). “Putting work to work: Playing with non-conforming, disruptive qualitative method(ologies),” College & University Faculty Assembly Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

McCafferty-Wright, J., & Shear, S.B. (November 2015). “Weapons of mass (mis)representation: Cartoons, stereotypes, and critical media literacy,” National Council for the Social Studies, New Orleans, LA.

Shear, S.B. (May 2015). “In a boat without an oar: Reflections on the methodological journey of a disruptive dissertation,” International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign, IL.

Shear, S.B., Kuby, C.R., Ward, A., Christ, R.C., & Mulligan, J. (May 2015). “The possibilities of rupture: Teaching qualitative research in-out-side academic traditions,” International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign, IL.

Mulligan, J., Ward, A., Christ, R.C., & Shear, S.B. (May 2015). “Thinking with theory to transgress disciplines, data, and documentation,” International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign, IL.

Thacker, E., Shear, S.B., Knowles, R., Colley, L., & Heafner, T. (January 2015). “Growth spurts: Navigating the pains and gains of the dissertation process, job market, and first years in the academy,” College & University Faculty Assembly Retreat, Charlotte, NC.

Shear, S.B. (January 2015). “Building bridges: Engaging pre-service teachers as researchers,” College & University Faculty Assembly Retreat, Charlotte, NC.

Shear, S.B. (November 2014). “Complicated identities: Social studies, subalterns, and epistemic violence,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Boston, MA..

Christ, R.C., & Shear, S.B. (November 2014). “I am, I teach: Autoethnography as critical pedagogy,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Boston, MA.

List, J., Helmsing, M., Maguth, B., Schmidt, S., & Shear, S.B. (November 2014). “Town hall meeting on LGBTQ issues,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Boston, MA.

Shear, S.B. (November 2013). “An unteachable shame?: Exploring the silenced narratives of Indian education in U.S. history textbooks and content standards,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, St. Louis, MO.

Shear, S.B. (April 2013). “Here, there, and back again: Autoethnography as a three-act play,” American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Shear, S.B., Knowles, R., & Soden, G. (April 2013). “Manifest destiny realized: A critical examination of American Indian content in U.S. history standards,” American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Shear, S.B., Knowles, R., & Soden, G. (November 2012). “All Indians are dead… according to state standards: A mixed methods analysis of the lack of American Indian content in U.S. history curriculum,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Seattle, WA.

Shear, S.B. (November 2012). “Engaging students to rethink stereotypes and US-Native relationships through film,” National Council for the Social Studies, Seattle, WA.

Shear, S.B., Knowles, R., & Soden, G. (June 2012). “A deafening silence: A postcolonial examination of the lack of the American Indian voices in state-level U.S. history standards,” National Indian Education Association, Oklahoma City, OK.

Shear, S.B. (June 2012). “From Hawkeye to Mogie Yellow Lodge: Rethinking depictions of American Indians on film for U.S. history classroom instruction,” Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, Uncasville, CT.

Shear, S.B., & Castro, A.J. (April 2012). “Politics and power: The battle to define America in state level social studies curriculum reform,” American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, B.C.

Shear, S.B., & Castro, A.J. (November 2011). “The war for America: Politicizing social studies and state level curriculum reform,” College & University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Washington, D.C.

Shear, S.B., & Castro, A.J. (June 2011). “Revolutionizing the social studies classroom: Going beyond the textbook to build historical and critical thinking skills,” Missouri Council for the Social Studies, Kansas City, MO.