Mary Rose McCarthy
- PhD, State University of New York at Buffalo
- MSEd, University of Rochester
- BA, State University of New York at Brockport
- TCH 201
- TCH 215
- TCH 430
- ED 631
- ED 632
- ED 633
My students sometimes ask me to answer a question I pose to them, “What kind of people do you want your students to be?” I say, “I want my students to be passionate about and committed to working for justice.” Award: Presidential Fellow State University of New York at Buffalo
- Co-author Critical Issues in Education, McGraw Hill, 2012
- Co-author Critical Issues in Education, McGraw Hill, 2004
- “Left Back”, Urban Education, January 2004 (book review)
- "Feminist Pedagogy of Teachers in Catholic Schools for Girls". Journal of Women and Religion 17(1), Winter, 1999.
- Rituals for Women Coping with Breast Cancer.: The Prism Collective, 2000.
- Sisters of the Thirteen Moons: Rituals for Women's Lives. Rochester, N.Y.: The Prism Collective, 1997.
- Sociology of Gender Roles Across Races, Classes and Cultures. Rochester, N.Y.: The Prism Collective, 1995.
94th Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), April 27-May 1, 2013, San Francisco, Calif. Theme:“Education and Poverty: Theory, Research, Policy, and Praxis.”
- Professional Development in Rural and Isolated Areas. Teaching and Teacher Education Paper Session. "Growing Into Inquiry: Stories of Teachers Using Inquiry for Themselves and Their Students." With Mary Rose McCarthy, PhD.
- Voices of Change in the History of Education. History and Historiography Roundtable Session. "Continuity for Change: Case Study of a Successful High School Principal."
- Critical Teaching for Social Justice in the Classroom. Critical Educators for Social Justice Roundtable Session. "Critical Pedagogy, Social Justice, and Early College High School Students."
- Judaeo-Christian Perspectives on Contemporary Issues in Religion. Religion and Education Paper Session. Discussant.
- History of Education Society, 52nd Annual Meeting, November 1-4, 2012, Seattle, Wash. Teacher Education, Higher Education and Progressivism: Similarities and Differences Discussion, "Confluent Streams of Progressivism in Early 20th Century Teacher Education in Institutions of Higher Education,” Co-authored with Sonia Murrow, Brooklyn College.
American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, Wash.
- "Another 'Good High School',"Co-authored with Carol Conklin-Spillane, Sleepy Hollow High School.
- Panel: Teaching Foundations of Education in an Age of Neo-Liberal Reform," Co-presented with Sonia Murrow, Brooklyn College; Julie Carter, St. John's University, and Hilary Lochte, D'Youville College.
American Educational Research Association, Spring 2012.
- "Continuity for Change: Case Study of a Successful High School Principal,” co-authored with Carol Conklin-Spillane, Sleepy Hollow High School
- "Critical Pedagogy, Social Justice, and Early College High School Students"
- "Growing into Inquiry: Stories of Teachers Using Inquiry for Themselves and Their Students." co-authored with Christine Clayton, Pace University and James Kilbane, Tulane University.
- “Foundations of Education Textbooks: The Politics of History in Teacher Education”, American Education Research Association Conference, April 16, 2004.
- “Teaching Educational History in Foundations of Education Courses”, History of Education Conference, October 31, 2002.
“The Rise and Fall of ED200F” American Educational Studies Association
November 2, 2002.
- “Stories Like My Own”, History of Education Conference, October 30, 2001.
- “Feminist Pedagogy of Teachers in Catholic Schools for Girls 1965-1990". Paper presented at the History of Education Conference, Atlanta, Ga. (1999, October).
- "Student Teachers and Sexual Socialization". Paper presented at the Educational Studies Association Conference, Detroit, Mich. (1999, October).
- "Becoming Originals: The Construction of Femininity at a Catholic High School for Girls". Paper presented at the Ethnography in Education Conference, Philadelphia, Pa. (1999, March).
- "In the Most Unlikely Places". Paper presented at the National Women's Studies Association Conference, Oswego, N.Y. (1998, June).
- "Mothers and Daughters". Paper presented at the National Women's Studies Association Conference, Saratoga, N.Y. (1996, June).
- "Bittersweet Legacy". Paper presented at the American Studies Association Conference, Toronto, Ont. (1989, October).
- "Not Different Enough". Paper presented at the American Educational Research Convention, Washington, D.C. (1987, April).
- "Colleagues and the Curriculum". Paper presented at the Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theorizing, Dayton, Ohio (1986, October).