Selected Publications

Academic Article

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2023-06-01 Representations of war: A cross-national comparative analysis of the Vietnam War in high school history standardsTheory & Research in Social Education2023-06-01
2023-04-01 Hibakusha-inspired inquiry: Teaching nuclear war and non-proliferationThe Social Studies..  144:160-172. 2023-04-01
2022-11-01 In the shadow of the base: Teaching war to the children of soldiers.Journal of Social Studies Research.  46:209-222. 2022-11-01
2022-11-01 Positioning documentaries as vehicles for developing preservice teachers’ analytic skills.Journal of Social Studies Research.  46:237-248. 2022-11-01
2021-10-01 A reflective Faculty-in-Residence model in a K-8 lab school: Lessons learned from the first two years of a bidirectional initiative.National Association for Professional Development Schools (NAPDS).  14:114-119. 2021-10-01
2021-01-01 Discourses of immigration and the mediating influence of documentary film.Action in Teacher Education.  43:513-530. 2021-01-01
2021-01-01 “No one should have to see what they do:” Military children and media representations of war.Journal of Social Studies Research.  45:130-149. 2021-01-01
2020-01-01 Examining internal displacement through the Rohingya crisis.The Clearing House.  93:1-10. 2020-01-01
2020-01-01 Teaching immigration in urban contexts.Information Age Publishing.2020-01-01
2020-01-01 Using a global competence model in an instructional design course before social studies methods: A developmental approach to global teacher education.The Journal of Social Studies Research.  44:367-381. 2020-01-01
2019-01-01 Recovering lost local history: The Daily Record project.Middle Grades Review.  5:1-6. 2019-01-01
2019-01-01 Teaching DACA with documentary film.Social Studies Journal.  39:61-70. 2019-01-01
2018-01-01 Review of Digging deeper: Activities for enriching and expanding social studies instruction K- 12 by M. Gail Hickey & Jeremiah C. ClaboughTeachers College Record2018-01-01
2017-01-01 Immigration and social studies teacher education.Information Age Publishing2017-01-01
2017-01-01 It’s in the bag: Alternative assessment and the Brown Bag Exam.Information Age Publishing2017-01-01
2016-01-01 21st century immigration in the social studies classroom.Rowman-Littlefield.  47-62. 2016-01-01
2016-01-01 A content analysis of immigration in traditional, new, and non-gateway state standards for U.S. History and Civics.The High School Journal.  99:234-251. 2016-01-01
2016-01-01 Immigration today: Teaching through film.Middle Level Learning.  57:2-7. 2016-01-01
2016-01-01 Riding la Bestiá: Preservice teachers’ responses to documentary counter-narratives of U.S. immigration2016-01-01
2016-01-01 Riding la Bestiá: Preservice teachers’ responses to documentary counter-narratives of U.S. immigration.Journal of Teacher Education.  67:408-423. 2016-01-01
2015-01-01 Asset-based Civics for, with, and by immigrant students: Three sites of enriched teaching and learning for immigrant and native-born studentsTheory and Research in Social Education.  43:372-404. 2015-01-01
2015-01-01 Spatial citizenship education: Civics teachers’ instructional priorities and approaches.Journal of Social Studies Research.  39:107-118. 2015-01-01
2015-01-01 Teaching newcomers inclusively: Social studies in a new gateway stateSocial Studies Research and Practice.  10:41-64. 2015-01-01
2014-01-01 Challenges facing immigrant students beyond the linguistic domain in a new gateway state.The Urban Review.  46:654-680. 2014-01-01
2013-11-01 Challenging Constitutional rightsSocial Studies Research and Practice.  8:10. 2013-11-01
2013-01-01 People as books: Using a Living Library to enhance social studies education.Oregon Journal of the Social Studies.  1:36-44. 2013-01-01
2012-07-01 Intercollegiate collaboration: Using technology to connect preservice social studies teachers.Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education.  12:308-327. 2012-07-01
2012-01-01 The new gateway, an old paradox: Immigrants and involuntary Americans in North Carolina history textbooksTheory and Research in Social Education.  40:35-65. 2012-01-01
2011-01-01 Concept-based interdisciplinary teaching: Science and social studies teacher collaboration for the 21st CenturyNorth Carolina Middle School Journal.  26:1-10. 2011-01-01
2011-01-01 The community as a learning laboratory: Using place-based education to foster a global perspectiveOhio Social Studies Review.  47:27-34. 2011-01-01
2010-01-01 Students have their say: Using online radio shows in the classroomJournal of Technology Integration in the Classroom.  2:5-10. 2010-01-01


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2017-01-01 Immigration, demographic changes and schools in North Carolina from 1990 to 2015.  Sense Publications. 3-24. 2017-01-01
2017-01-01 It’s in the bag: Alternative assessment and the Brown Bag Exam.  . 2017-01-01
2017-01-01 Preface.  Sense Publications. 2017-01-01
2016-01-01 Social studies educators’ perceptions on policy issues and efforts to teach immigrant students in North Carolina. -- Immigration and Education in North Carolina. Breakthroughs in the Sociology of Education..  Sense Publishers. 103-123. 2016-01-01
2015-01-01 Introduction.  Routledge. 1-9. 2015-01-01
2013-02-01 Variability between teacher perceptions of teaching Civics to immigrant students and refugee students..  Information Age Publishing. 129-155. 2013-02-01
2011-01-01 Working with immigrant children of “undocumented” and “mixed” families.  Springer. 93-110. 2011-01-01


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2014-02-01 Where is learning taking place?PsyCritiques. 2014-02-01
2014-01-01 Where is learning taking place? Review of the book Optimal learning environments to promote student engagement: Advancing responsible adolescent development by D.J. Shernoff.PysCRITIQUES. 2014-01-01
2009-10-01 Review of Educating Democratic Citizens in Troubled Times by Judith L. Pace & Janet S. BixbyEducation Review. 1-7. 2009-10-01


Research Overview

  • My research pursuits fall into several interconnected strands, broadly related to immigration and social studies education. My current line of inquiry is examining the influences that affect how teachers conceptualize and teach immigration and immigrant youth. These influences include curriculum, media, changing school and regional demographics, policies, and teacher education. A second strand relates to the spatial dimension of citizenship education; specifically, the ways teachers conceptualize and teach civic action at the local, national, and global levels. The final strand focuses on social studies pedagogy in multiple contexts – middle level, secondary, and teacher education.
  • Principal Investigator On

  • Global Citizenship Grant 2013-07-01 - 2013-08-01
  • Co-principal Investigator On

  • SAIL Interdisciplinary Grant (small team) 2024-08-01 - 2025-05-01
  • Teaching Overview

  • social studies methods
    immigration and education
    diverse learners
  • Full Name

  • Jeremy Dale Hilburn