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Books and other Edited Volumes: Armaline, W. T., D. S. Glasberg, & B. Purkayastha. (2011). Human rights in our own backyard: injustice and resistance in the US. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press. Shannon, D. & W. T. Armaline (Eds.). (2010). Theory in Action, 3(4). Articles and Book Chapters: Armaline, W. T. & W. D. Armaline. (Forthcoming, Jan. 2012). Education’s diminishing returns and revolutionary potential in the U.S. and beyond. In D. Shannon & A Nocella (Eds.), Accumulation of Freedom: Writings on Anarchist Economics. Oakland, CA: AK Press. Ostertag, S. & W. T. Armaline. (2011). Image isn’t everything: Contemporary systemic racism and anti-racism in the age of Obama. Humanity and Society, 35(3). Armaline, W.T. (2011). Caging kids of color: Juvenile justice and human rights in the US. In W. T. Armaline, D. S. Glasberg, & B. Purkayastha (Eds.), Human rights in our own backyard: injustice, and resistance in the US. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press. Armaline, W. T., D.S. Glasberg & B. Purkayastha (2011). Introduction: In our own backyard. In W. T. Armaline, D. S. Glasberg, & B. Purkayastha (Eds.), Human Rights in our own backyard: injustice, and resistance in the US. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press. Armaline, W. T., B. Purkayastha, & D. S. Glasberg (2011). Human rights in the US: The “gold standard” and the human rights enterprise. In W. T. Armaline, D.S. Glasberg, & B. Purkayastha (Eds.), Human rights in our own backyard: injustice, and resistance in the US. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press. Armaline, W. T. & D. Shannon. (2010). Toward a more unified libertarian left. Theory in Action, 3(4). Armaline, W. T. (2010). Building democracy through Education: Human rights and the re-introduction of radical civic engagement. In A. Deleon & E. W. Ross (Eds.), Critical theories, radical pedagogies, and social education (pp. 151-162). Amsterdam, NE: Sense Publishers. Shannon, D. & W. T. Armaline. (2010). A working class student is something to be: Anarchist reflections on the academy. In A. Nocella, S. Best, & P. McLaren (Eds.), Academic repression: Reflections on the academic industrial complex (pp. 415-427). Oakland, CA: AK Press. Armaline, W. T. & D. S. Glasberg. (2009). What will states really do for us? The human rights enterprise and pressure from below. Societies Without Borders, 4(3), 430-451. Armaline, W. T. (2009). Thoughts on anarchist pedagogy and epistemology. In L. Fernandez, A. Nocella, R. Amster, A. DeLeon, & D. Shannon (Eds.), Contemporary anarchist studies (pp. 136-146). New York: Routledge. Armaline, W. T. (2007). (Re)Conceptualizing adolescent homelessness: Misdirection of the state and child welfare. In B. Arrighi & D. Hume (Eds.), Child poverty in America today: Volume 4, children and the state (pp. 1-20). Westport, CT: Preager Press. Armaline, W. T. (2005). ‘Kids need structure’: Negotiating rules, power, and social control in an emergency youth shelter. American Behavioral Scientist, 48(8), 1124-1148. Armaline, W. T. & D. Levy. (2004). No Child Left Behind: Flowers don’t grow in the desert. Race and Society, 7(1), 31-62.

 

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