Steven C. Beering Hall of
Liberal Arts and Education
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Curriculum StudiesCurriculum and Instruction
- Ph.D. — Arizona State University
- M.A. — Northern Arizona University
- B.A. — Northern Arizona University
- 2012 – present
Visiting Assistant Faculty
Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Purdue University
- 2007 – 2011
Arizona State University
- 2001 – 2004
Maricopa Community Colleges
- SIG Chair, Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies SIG, American Educational Research Association (2012-2014)
- Editorial Board Member, Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy (2012-)
- Governing Council Member, Curriculum and Pedagogy Group (2009-2011)
- Publications Chair, Curriculum and Pedagogy Group (2010-2011)
My research interests include public and popular sites of education, activist studies, and community knowledge and perceptions of education. In my studies I utilize narrative inquiry, psychoanalysis, and post-structural thought as inquiry approaches.
- Burdick, J., Sandlin, J. A., & O’Malley, M. P. (Eds.). (in press, 2013). Problematizing public pedagogy. New York: Routledge.
- Burdick, J., & Freedman, D. (2012). Imaginative possibilities and traumatic choices. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 9(1) pp. 20-23.
- Sandlin, J. A., Burdick, J., & Norris, T. (2012). Erosion and experience: Education for democracy in a consumer society. Review of Research in Education 36(1), 139-168.
- Burdick, J., & Thaller, J. E. (2012). M/Othering and fathering: Pedagogical regimes of truth in parental consumerism. In S. Springgay & D. Freedman, Eds., M/Othering: a bodied curriculum: Emplacement, desire, affect, pp. 19-33. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
- Burdick, J. (2011). The possibilities of analogy, finitude, and love: An oceanic curriculum (review of Silverman, K., Flesh of my flesh.). Curriculum Inquiry, 41(1), pp. 25-30.
- Burdick, J. (2011). Response to James C. Jupp: Giving in to the Other’s call: Polyphony, identity, and death. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 7(2), pp. 87-91.
- Sandlin, J. A., O’Malley, M. P., & Burdick, J. (2011). Mapping the complexity of public pedagogy scholarship: 1894–2010. Review of Educational Research, 81(3), 338-375.
- Stearns, J. L., Sandlin, J. A., & Burdick, J. (2011). Resistance on aisle three?: Exploring the curriculum and pedagogy of consumption and the (im)possibility of resistance in John Updike’s “A&P”. Curriculum Inquiry 41(3), 394-415.
- Burdick, J., & Sandlin, J. A. (2010). Inquiry as answerability: Towards a methodology of discomfort in researching critical public pedagogies. Qualitative Inquiry 16(5), pp. 349-360.
- Sandlin, J. A., Schultz, B. D., & Burdick, J. (Eds.). (2010). Handbook of public pedagogy: Education and learning beyond schooling. New York: Routledge.
- Burdick, J., Sandlin, J. A., & Daspit, T. (Eds.). (2009). Complicated conversations and confirmed commitments: Revitalizing education for democracy. Troy, NY: Educator’s International Press.
- Burdick, J. (2009). The public construction/constriction of teachers: RateMyTeachers.com and the complicated pedagogies of the educational imaginary. The Sophist’s Bane 5(1/2), p. 53-58.
- Burdick, J. (2008). Conspiracy theory as a curriculum text: Populist dreams and critical dreaming. In A. Fidyk, J. Wallin, & K. Den Heyer, Eds., Democratizing educational experience: Envisioning, embodying, enacting. Troy, NY: Educator’s International Press. *Paper won James T. Sears Award for Outstanding Graduate Paper.
- EDCI 58000 — Foundations of Curriculum
- EDCI 68400 — Seminar in Curriculum: Writing and Research for Equity and Diversity